Silvercrest Kitchen Tools Hot Air Fryer at LIDL next week 29th June.
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Silvercrest Kitchen Tools Hot Air Fryer at LIDL next week 29th June.

£49.99LIDL Deals
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Found 22nd Jun 2017
Thinking of getting Air Fryer as friend got one as she keeps going on about it. Saw this and looks ok.

Not worried about deal going cold or hot, but suggestions/comments are welcome so can buy one.

Max. 1650W

Frying without faffing – prepare delicious golden-brown dishes with hot air, without the need for messy oil or fat

Temperature adjustable from (°C): 80 - 200

With a 30 minute timer and automatic shut-off and a non-stick coated and dishwasher-safe frying basket and pan

Frying basket capacity (L): 2.3

3 year warranty
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I have an air fryer - its my second favorite kitchen gadget (after the Coffee maker oO). It takes a bit of getting use to as its fast plus you don't have to have the temp set as high as it says on food packaging.
are there larger sizes?
I've used mine today to make some jacket potatoes
tinca

I have an air fryer - its my second favorite kitchen gadget (after the … I have an air fryer - its my second favorite kitchen gadget (after the Coffee maker oO). It takes a bit of getting use to as its fast plus you don't have to have the temp set as high as it says on food packaging.



What make?
Otto.uk

I've used mine today to make some jacket potatoes



Which make?
Do you have to put oil in them? Also..anyone got this specific model? Good find btw
Can it cook frozen chips ( French Fries ) and how long does it take

Thanks
i have a philips one. love it!. not a healthy tip....but put chips in it from chippy for.5 mins. extra crispy...yum lol
I've got the Russell Hobbs version of this and previously had actifry. Pros of this type is temperature can be adjusted and easier to clean than actifry. Cons are you have to shake/rotate contents to even cooking and you can't see how food is cooking without removing drawer. The actifry is expensive and didn't last as long as this type of fryer so value for money is great. We cook things like wedges (home made/frozen) roast potatoes, obviously chips fresh & frozen. I don't add any oil to frozen products fresh I add a little Fry light by flora. They are great for crisper potato products and when the oven is full of other stuff!
Hope that helps
can use with frylight and make healthy chips for pence good for slimming world peeps. our Philips one is now used in about equal measure as the microwave
Probably being a bit snobby but I would hold off buying one and wait for the Phillips to be reduced (seems to be a regular occurrence) and pay a little bit more for a proven (and very well reviewed) appliance...
dazbang

Probably being a bit snobby but I would hold off buying one and wait for … Probably being a bit snobby but I would hold off buying one and wait for the Phillips to be reduced (seems to be a regular occurrence) and pay a little bit more for a proven (and very well reviewed) appliance...


I bought one of the budget brands before and the results were disappointing (chips hard in the middle, burned on the outside). Went back to Philips, which does chips perfect every time.
dazbang

Probably being a bit snobby but I would hold off buying one and wait for … Probably being a bit snobby but I would hold off buying one and wait for the Phillips to be reduced (seems to be a regular occurrence) and pay a little bit more for a proven (and very well reviewed) appliance...


well good luck with that, I bought phillips in 2015 for 49 quid and waiting the price to go down again. Well one year and 7 months now...
decade

well good luck with that, I bought phillips in 2015 for 49 quid and … well good luck with that, I bought phillips in 2015 for 49 quid and waiting the price to go down again. Well one year and 7 months now...



​they drop to about £70 around black Friday usually I find (usually on amazon)
vraxxos

I bought one of the budget brands before and the results were … I bought one of the budget brands before and the results were disappointing (chips hard in the middle, burned on the outside). Went back to Philips, which does chips perfect every time.



Philips model no please?
These are not fryers they are ovens
Just stick a few chips in your oven and you have the same thing and saved yourself £50 quid!

Oven chips taste horrible, I rather buy chippie one but a lot of people telling me this is healthy option and chips taste much better.

crazylegs

These are not fryers they are ovensJust stick a few chips in your oven … These are not fryers they are ovensJust stick a few chips in your oven and you have the same thing and saved yourself £50 quid!


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dazbang23rd Jun

Probably being a bit snobby but I would hold off buying one and wait for …Probably being a bit snobby but I would hold off buying one and wait for the Phillips to be reduced (seems to be a regular occurrence) and pay a little bit more for a proven (and very well reviewed) appliance...


You won't get a 3 year guarantee with Philips
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crazylegs23rd Jun

These are not fryers they are ovensJust stick a few chips in your oven and …These are not fryers they are ovensJust stick a few chips in your oven and you have the same thing and saved yourself £50 quid!


And how much does the electricity cost after waiting 7 mins for the oven to heat up then 20 minutes cooking time ? Ten minute job in the air fryer
Ooh about 20p
I notice the last time they did this it had electronic controls and cost £10 more.
I had a phillips one before, cost about £80 and stopped working 18mths later. Replaced with a Breville Halo which was useless and went back to Argos a couple of weeks later.
Just picked one of these up as despite the brand snob moans on here Lidl Silvercrest stuff is always excellent quality imo.
Happy to say it's excellent, very very quiet (far quieter than the phillips) and cooks food lovely.
3 year warranty as always with Silvercrest. Excellent.
Buy it...great bits of kit, I have phillips, the non stick has bubbled three times now on the pan, phillips replaced twice now out of warrenty would replace with this in a heartbeat. Use it daily as a mini oven hardly any oil required, make your own lovely chips, burgers, heat up slices pizza, wedges..roast spuds are to die for ...three yr warrenty for under £50 go for it.
Uridium

I had a phillips one before, cost about £80 and stopped working 18mths … I had a phillips one before, cost about £80 and stopped working 18mths later. Replaced with a Breville Halo which was useless and went back to Argos a couple of weeks later.Just picked one of these up as despite the brand snob moans on here Lidl Silvercrest stuff is always excellent quality imo. Happy to say it's excellent, very very quiet (far quieter than the phillips) and cooks food lovely.3 year warranty as always with Silvercrest. Excellent.



Bought one today after your comment. Will be trying tomorrow, thanks buddy!
kmirza

Bought one today after your comment. Will be trying tomorrow, thanks … Bought one today after your comment. Will be trying tomorrow, thanks buddy!



How did you get on? I was looking at this today x
Yesterday did spring roles for 12 mins and then had to do another 5 minutes. Apart from colour as they were not brown as they would be in an oil they tasted fine.

In the evening used the fryer for home made wedges and they were fine, only thing is we forgot to shake them half way through so some of them had minor burn.

When kids are back from school will do fish fingers or chicken strips - So far so good!

You should buy it as 30 days return in Lidl if you don't like it.

How did you get on? I was looking at this today x[/quote]
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