- Jan 31, 2005
Basically the contents are (evenly) grilled. So yeah, you could probably stick a steak in or some vegetables and they'd come out fine. I get the impression that it can bake as well. So basically most dry heat cooking methods (roasting, baking, grilling). You could probably bake au bain marie (for pâtés / terrines) but size limitations would make it tricky.http://www.philips.co.za/c/home-cooking/viva-collection-low-fat-fryer-multicooker-black-hd9220_20/prd/
Anyone have one of these?
Can you cook anything in it?
Meat and vegetables?
On sale today at Hirsch's online store for R1 399 (delivery will be under R200 if you're in an area where you can't collect).Thanks guys.
Thought they were R1,599.00 ... actually R2,099 ... :/
Makro's site is listing it @ R2099.On sale today at Hirsch's online store for R1 399 (delivery will be under R200 if you're in an area where you can't collect).
Makro have it "on sale" for R1 599 (which is the same price it has always been, so I'm not sure where the reduction from R1 799 suddenly happened...)
Not sure where you're seeing it for R2 099...
Frying is cooking fat. What this machine does is grills (but it can also bake)...Does it only fry? (I guess so since it's called the airfryer lol). Today o was pan frying some chicken breast and the little bit of olive oil I added was going all over the place. Now I have a huge mess to clean.
Can the airfryer just cook the chicken, as opposed to making 'fried'?