Breville VDF122 Halo Health Fryer - Click and Collect - £79 @ Tesco.com (or £3 more delivered)
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Breville VDF122 Halo Health Fryer - Click and Collect - £79 @ Tesco.com (or £3 more delivered)

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Edited by:"me_lee"Found 27th Nov
Tesco seem to have some great deals on kitchen appliances at the moment.

Newest version of the Breville Halo with DuraCeramic internals

I much prefer this to the Tefal Actifry

Reviews here: amazon.co.uk/Bre…122


Blurb:


Enjoy your favourite foods the healthy way with this Breville Halo+ DuraCeramic Fryer. Using just half a spoon of oil for 1Kg fresh chips, and no oil for frozen foods, you can fry, bake, sauté and roast a host of delicious foods. The unique DuraCeramic coating transfers heat better than a standard non-stick surface - producing faster cooking times. This natural ceramic coating is 4 times more durable than standard non-stick, is scratch-resistant and won't flake or peel. It's also easier to clean due to its naturally non-stick properties, and it's free from PTFE & PFOA chemicals too, for peace of mind.

The Halo's halogen element means heat-up is immediate, while the unique tilt action and rotating bowl, mean chips, wedges and roast vegetables are continuously turned throughout cooking to ensure perfectly even browning. Delicate foods like fish, mushrooms and even desserts can be cooked in the level position. The grill-only function is ideal for bacon, chicken fillets, burgers and more.

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Interested in this. I’ll need to do a bit of research. Thanks b

Great piece of kit, often has to save me turning on the fan oven, salt and pepper home cut chips do a treat ;-)

Original Poster

This sort of defeats the 'health' bit but this machine does awesome sausages

How does this compare with the Tefal actifry? both airfryers? any advice please.

Original Poster

deepu2555 m ago

How does this compare with the Tefal actifry? both airfryers? any advice …How does this compare with the Tefal actifry? both airfryers? any advice please.




I prefer the arrangement and look of the Halo but there isn't a massive difference to be fair. The Halo does seem to be a bit gentler with homemade chips, especially when you're cooking a larger portion - the Tefal can mush them a bit.

I would advise reading some Amazon reviews for both the Halo and Actifry and then deciding.
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