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Philips airfryer black or white £66.49 @ Tesco
Philips airfryer black or white £66.49 @ Tesco

Philips airfryer black or white £66.49 @ Tesco

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SunnyUpNorth

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Try writing airfryer in tesco direct search and then click on it it will show the lower price and sorry link doesn't work for you i just tried it and it works

link working OK here..

+£3 delivery

Garbage

Airfry.... timings everything...or it's Airnuke

Our local branch had a pallet full of Tefal Airfryers for £50 yesterday. Probably all still there.

dheydl

Our local branch had a pallet full of Tefal Airfryers for £50 yesterday. … Our local branch had a pallet full of Tefal Airfryers for £50 yesterday. Probably all still there.




I assume thats this one? http://www.tesco.com/direct/tefal-health-fryer/756-1465.prd?skuId=756-1465

I got excited at the thought of an actifry for £50 then

These things are good for naan or pizza, but terrible for chips.

good find op, heat added

slannmage

These things are good for naan or pizza, but terrible for chips.



Bought one in the week and had chips last night in it, came out very nice .

You might not be cooking them the right way .

slannmage

These things are good for naan or pizza, but terrible for chips.



Well I've been using one for nearly 4 years now and I can tell you that you're doing it wrong then.

philmitchell

Bought one in the week and had chips last night in it, came out very nice … Bought one in the week and had chips last night in it, came out very nice .You might not be cooking them the right way .



People keep saying this and then I see pictures of their chips and they're terrible. You cannot beat a deep fat fryer for chips, you get two totally different results. I've tried every method with this thing and they just aren't good and I have my doubts at how healthy this thing is any ways, you're stilling putting oil on them and you're still eating carbs..

Paid £50 for this last Black Friday

It was 50 last year

Isn't a halogen oven for around £40.00 better value as you can cook say a whole chicken or a pizza?
http://www.tesco.com/direct/electriq-17-litre-digital-premium-halogen-oven-and-full-accessories-pack/265-0071.prd?skuId=265-0071
or am I missing something here?

slannmage

These things are good for naan or pizza, but terrible for chips.



​make sure you choose the right type of chips. They are not great for French frys (too thin) but fantastic for other types of frozen chips. Had one for 5 years and use it at least every other day to cook various things. Try "Mccain home chips" in it and see what you think.

ollie87

Well I've been using one for nearly 4 years now and I can tell you that … Well I've been using one for nearly 4 years now and I can tell you that you're doing it wrong then.



Have to agree, Your doing them wrong,
Peel,Cut,Soak,Dry,Oil, Perfect chips, But it does depend on your idea of a perfect chip, Something dry and hard and not really a chip from McDonald, Something limp and soggy that you get from your local chip shop these days, But when you do them yourself they can be any kind of chip you like, You just need to experiment, But it's not the fault of this AirFryer if they come out wrong.
And they were 50 quid last year when I got mine, But people must have noticed that it's not last year anymore.
Edited by: "babylon" 26th Nov 2016

Have an Actifry on its last legs, would this be a comparable alternative? Mostly used for chips.

SunnyUpNorth

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Seems to be fine now, how odd

slannmage

People keep saying this and then I see pictures of their chips and … People keep saying this and then I see pictures of their chips and they're terrible. You cannot beat a deep fat fryer for chips, you get two totally different results. I've tried every method with this thing and they just aren't good and I have my doubts at how healthy this thing is any ways, you're stilling putting oil on them and you're still eating carbs..





Try using McCains or Albert Bartlett frozen chips. Always great results with them

I bought one of these about six months ago and I've cooked all sorts of things in it without too many problems. The only issue I tend to find is that it cooks things so quickly, that I end up over cooking my food.

I seem to have more success lowering The temperature and cooking for longer. For frozen items, I lower the temperature further and wrap the item in tinfoil.
If you use frozen chips, they come ready-oiled. Drop the temperature to about 170° and cook for seven minutes.
I bought the extra rack so that effectively you have two layers. The reason for this is that the unit is quite small and you won't get very much in there, even just for one meal. If you can afford it, the larger unit may be better but it is considerably more expensive.
Mechanical timer is work fine, unless you only cook for a few minutes. The bell tends not to ring on mine for the lower settings for some reason. This could be specific to my machine of course and it's hardly a big issue.
The outer casing stays nice and cool whilst you are cooking, which is an issue if you have small Hans that made touch it.

I picked up the amazon actifry deal earlier this year and can honestly say it's worth paying the extra. Perfect chips every time frozen or fresh cut

can't beat real deep fried chips

can't beat real deep fried chips, don't mess around with all them gadgets, just don't have em to often and you won't get fat.

picked one up today , love it.

slannmage

These things are good for naan or pizza, but terrible for chips.


Thick chips @ 200 and thin fries @ 180 then you shake the basket every 5 mins.

Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 27th Nov 2016
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