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Are air fryers as great as everyone is saying or just a load of hot air? Find out below.

A growing kitchen staple across many Aussie households, air fryers can help with speedy and nutritious meals without sacrificing on taste. Here’s how to know if yours needs one.

How does an air fryer work? What can I cook in an air fryer?

Air fryers are small, countertop kitchen appliance that can cook food with the taste, texture and golden-brown colour of fried foods but without the need for excessive oils and fats. The device itself works a lot more like a convection oven than a fryer, with a fan-forced heating drawer or basket that can reach around 200°C or more and the option to add small amounts of oil (a tablespoon or less) to the food to make sure chips and roast veggies stay moist and batters get crispy and golden.

 

Because it works in a similar way to a small oven, air fryers can prepare a wide variety of dishes beyond what a normal deep dryer can do. Cakes, vegetables, homemade fries, roasted meats, a whole chicken and more can all be prepared using an air fryer.

 

An air fryer is great for preparing convenient meals and cooking frozen, pre-packaged foods like chicken tenders, fish fingers, spring rolls, and potato chips and wedges. For the best results remember to shake or rotate your food mid-cook to make sure every side is crisp and evenly cooked.

Air fryers vs microwaves: which is best?

Another great use for air fryers is reheating. Because they do not need to be pre-heated, air fryers will quickly reheat leftover pizza or chicken schnitzel. Air fryers will give you the same crispy, flavourful reheating results as an oven at a fraction of the cooking time.

 

Depending on the type of food being reheated, a microwave will generally heat leftovers more quickly than an air fryer. The big difference is in the quality of the meal after reheating. Microwaves will leave foods soggy, whereas an air fryer will be able to plate up crispy, delicious leftovers as if they have been cooked for the first time. For the best results, cook the leftovers in the air fryer the same way as you would cook it the first time, except on a reduced heat.

 

Although air fryers are great at reheating, they are not able to reheat large quantities of food at once. For multiple dishes or servings, then a microwave will be more efficient. Depending on the type of food being reheated, an oven may work best. Keep in mind that today, more and more air fryers are popping up as hybrid models; allowing you to either air fry or grill like some of the Tefal air fryers - or air fry, slow cook, reheat or bake with some of the Breville air fryers which double as a mini oven.

How do you clean an air fryer?

A quick clean after every use will keep your air fryer running efficiently and save you from more intensive cleaning later by preventing grease, grime and food building up. Always make sure your device is unplugged and cooled enough to handle before cleaning. If the unit is still warm, but not hot, it will make it easier to wipe up oils and food spills before they have dried out or caked on.

 

Because of their smaller, countertop size, most of the parts of an air fryer that need regular cleaning are removeable and will fit in a kitchen sink. Warm water with dish detergent and a clean, microfibre cloth will generally get the job done. Avoid abrasive sponges as these can damage the non-stick coatings. Depending on the model you go for, sometimes the air fryer’s basket or tray can be dishwasher safe, but always follow the user manual for the recommended method on how to clean and maintain yours.

 

Before cleaning out the pan, basket, drawer and/or tray, you should clean out any excess fats and oils and dispose of them in a bin. If you don’t do this beforehand then excess fats and oils will end up down your drain and can get stuck to the inside of pipes and lead to blockages.

Which is the best air fryer for me?

Air fryers have many benefits including a healthy way to enjoy some of your favourite foods, and you will find no shortage of people who swear by them. With plenty of recipes and cooking tips for air fryers being shared online, many people are using their air fryer more than their oven. If you still aren’t sure, here are some other factors to consider.

 

If you are cooking for a small household or you don’t have access to a good oven, an air fryer is a fantastic, cheap, and space-saving alternative to buying a new oven. Having said that, the quantity of food that can be cooked at a time is limited and you will generally be limited to cooking one type of food at a time. You should also avoid the temptation to overcrowd the basket, as this can lead to very uneven cooking. Keep an eye out for the quoted capacity, with some ranging from around 7 litres for about 1 kilo worth of fries, to models of up to 22 litres.

 

Air fryers are easy and safe to use, which makes them a great cooking option for older kids who are starting to get used to cooking for themselves. Look out for models with easy temperature and cooking time settings, plus pre-programmed settings for cooking most popular foods, like the Philips air fryers or the ones from Ninja.