What Is an Air Fryer Oven?

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Air fryer Oven is very popular now. But have you ever thought, "What is an air fryer?" or "How does an air fryer work?" You will get the answer through the article.

What is an Air Fryer Oven?

The air fryer oven is a cooking appliance that circulates hot air in the oven at a high speed by using a convection fan. Compared with traditional frying, this can cook food faster, and with little or no oil, a crispy fried layer is formed, and all sides are evenly browned.

This kitchen appliance has surged in popularity over the last few years. Air frying food is an excellent alternative to traditional frying methods. There are all kinds of things that can be air fried-from frozen chicken wings and homemade French fries to grilled vegetables and freshly baked biscuits.

Hauswirt Air Fryer Oven

How does an Air Fryer Oven Work?

Using an air fryer oven is as easy as using a convection oven. The top of the air fryer oven is equipped with a heating device and a fan. You put the food in a fryer-like basket, and when you open it, hot air will wash down around the food. This rapid cycle makes food crispy-much like frying, but without oil.

1. Place your food in the basket
Place the food on the shelf as recommended and press the Air Fry button.

2. Set the time and temperature
You will then be prompted to enter the cooking temperature, but if you do not follow a specific recipe, the default value will always be displayed. Press start.

3. Let the food cook
When the preheating sound is on, put your tray on the shelf, set a timer, and you will enjoy delicious fried food in a few minutes

In some cases, you may need to turn or turn the food halfway through the cooking time to help it evenly crisp. After cooking, it is important to clean the air fryer.

Hauswirt air frying oven adopts an enamel liner, which is easier to clean than others. It can be easily cleaned by just wiping with a rag.

 

 

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