Hello, Jessia Here.

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    That is something different. A couple of weeks ago we also bought one (Tefal) and got rid of our old deep fryer.
    We are extremely satisfied with it. We have used it for veggie burgers, schnitzels, pomme duchesse, spring rolls, fries of course, fish, small snacks.
     
  2. Dec 15, 2019 #22

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    We have this one, we work shifts so are not always home together so its not worth heating the big oven to make one meal, the beauty is you get microwave speeds with the added bonus of crispy food rather than limp pasty looking stuff microwaves produce.




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    I've seen these things but never really trusted them - they really do chips / breadcrumbed stuff OK?
     
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    Is it Wilson or Willson though....
     
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    SWMBO makes potato wedges, chips etc in ours and they are great.
     
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    Have a look at some of the reviews on YouTube
     
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    Is it Jessia or Jessica?
     
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    We have an Aldi one - we do 'chip like' potato cubes in ours, nuggets for the kids, oven chips, etc etc. Faster than the oven and less fat than a deep fryer (and without the deep frying smell that can fill the kitchen). I've done a whole chicken in it once and it turned out well. It's certainly a kitchen gadget that gets used rather than left in a cupboard.
     
  9. Dec 15, 2019 #29

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    Our oven hasn't been used since we got ours but it probably will Christmas day for the bird, we will use the air fry for other things.
     
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    What’s her (probably his) endgame? £10,000 to marry her? clapa
     
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    I visited a Monastery once and when I walked past the kitchens I saw a man frying chips, so I said to him 'Are you the Friar' he said 'No I'm a chip monk'.

    Sorry... carry on.
     
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    Well I cropped her photo and used google images to find her again, and all she talks about is air fryers and the obvious Amazon link.
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    But despite being on facebook she seems to have no life other than plugging air fryers. How sad.
    I did find out that Frozen Corns dogs on a stick in an air fryer are apparently healthy - and only 82 calories!
    So I can now eat more of them and still be healthy - Yay!

    Just thinking of you Jessia, and your diet of frozen corn dogs.
    Do you get them mail order from Amazon as you don't seem to get out much?
     
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    She doesn't look very happy maybe she needs to get out more.
     
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    Think she need to get a big fat brew on! she's fek'n sick of dry fries.
    Maybe a nice 6.5% AIPA and curry loaded with ghee to follow:tongue:
     
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    We had a phillips one once when they first came out, they are ok if you can keep them clean finished up binning it and got a regular deep fat fryer, cant beat chips cooked in beef dripping acheers.
     
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    I think we can safely say this was a spam post.
     
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    Battered spam, by any chance? With chips?
     
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    That sounds vegan...
     
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    Maybe she forgot she joined and may come back with more informative threads in the future. :laugh8:
     
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    Like spoon arranging...
     
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