Delonghi FH1363 Multifry Instore £67 at Tesco instore
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Delonghi FH1363 Multifry Instore £67 at Tesco instore

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Found 5th Oct
I'd never heard of these but saw one at Tesco Stratford upon Avon. I read reviews on my phone and decided to buy it.

I've had a Tefal Actifry for years, it's broken down in many ways but I'm handy with electricals and have kept it going.

The Delonghi is much better built. It makes much better chips (I'm sure most buy these just for chips), it looks better, has a bigger capacity, more flexibility and a thermostat.

These are £179 at Currys, £90 on ebay as I type this. The basic version without lower element is £80 at Tesco now.

Instore price was £67, reduced from £134. I'd buy one over a Tefal at the same price. If they have one local to you, grab it and love it or make a few quid selling it on.

Stratford's not a huge store so you might find lots in a bigger store.

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supermod

Seems to be a great price @dodgyvinyl

These were online at Tesco for £50 and also Instore a few weeks back! Good current price though?

Yes..we BOught one too :P

How long does it take to fry chips compared to a traditional deep fat fryer?.

I noticed on youtube it can also fry chicken and all sorts.... Interesting. I've recently completely updated my whole kitchen and reluctant to put the old deep fat fryer back as its a bit outdated now.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 5th Oct

Bought one from tesco when they were £50,very good fryer and I use it a lot more then I thought I would, takes around 12 mins to cook chips
Edited by: "souljacker" 5th Oct

I can't find it on tesco website could u pls sent a link

mod

@durvankur123 Hi this is an instore deal the OP found it at the Stratford upon Avon store, Might be worth a look in your local.

Also bought one when it was £50 to replace an Activity. This is far superior as there is no hole in the cooking pan so you can put liquids in it. The base also heats up on a separate element with a separate switch if required.
Wouldn't be without ours.

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J4GG46 h, 44 m ago

How long does it take to fry chips compared to a traditional deep fat …How long does it take to fry chips compared to a traditional deep fat fryer?.I noticed on youtube it can also fry chicken and all sorts.... Interesting. I've recently completely updated my whole kitchen and reluctant to put the old deep fat fryer back as its a bit outdated now.


I've tried it on homecut fresh chips and it took around 20 minutes to cook chips from 5 medium potatoes. I use a small amount of beef dripping instead of oil. I've now cooked some nice crispy roast potatoes in it (around 35 minutes) and some Mccain oven fries (4 minutes). The paddle doesnt start turning straight away, so I let it run for 5 minutes before putting the Mccain fries in.

can you do battered things in this one?

winalot7th Oct

can you do battered things in this one?


Have you thought that through?
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