Tefal Actifry FZ700015 fryer £99 @ Currys
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Tefal Actifry FZ700015 fryer £99 @ Currys

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Found 3rd Nov 2011
This got a lot of heat a couple weeks ago when Amazon were £98.99 so obviously a very desirable price.

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For delicious low-fat home-made authentic crispy chips, make the Tefal Actifry FZ00015 Deep Fryer the one for you!

Low fat fulfilment

With just one spoon of any type of oil, the Actifry FZ00015 can cook enough chips to feed a family of four with only 3% fat! 

Do not fear using the fryer as it delivers the best of both worlds, providing healthy food that does not compromise on taste.

Progressive practical production

The clear dome lid lets you easily keep an eye on the progress of your food, while not producing lots of steam and odours that you would associate with regular fryers. 

A removable dishwasher safe bowl, lid and paddle make cleaning easy, whilst a Coolwall body means no burnt fingers. 

What's more, the Tefal Actifry FZ00015 Deep Fryer needs no pre-heating, so you can get cooking immediately!

Get creating

With the included recipe book you can enjoy a whole range of tasty, low-fat meals, from vegetables to fish and meat, as well as desserts! Patented technology ensures even cooking, so you can enjoy consistent results every time.

For a chip off the old block from regular fryers with much healthier content, the Tefal Actifry FZ00015 Deep Fryer offers that familiar taste, with more effective results!

34 Comments

but you just copy and paste .... lol

Edited by: "paultheone" 3rd Nov 2011

Banned

Canny chip pan.

tasteless chips for burning risk?

Why should I get one? The chips I eat are usually oven type (...the McCains 'Rustic' type are very nice) and are about a quid a bag...and I presume you can't replicate a 'deep fried' technique for fish (...and Mars bars ) in this??

...don't really understand this product!

I've got one of these machines and they are bloody great for making home made chips which are really healthy. You only need to use one tablespoon of oil to make enough chips for 2 very hungry people or big batch of roast spuds for 4/5 people. Better than a stinking deep fat fryer and very easy to clean. I got mine at £120.99 in August but noticed the priced has dropped ready for Xmas.

Same price in amazon too

I always get a new one of these when I need a new kitchen, nothing beats this for claiming on insurance for accidental fire, these should be banned, but ive had three new kitchens already, might be time for number four.
and its not an ipad is it, cold brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

These make great chips and roast potatoes use some beef dripping instead of oil,yum yum

Is this only for chips or can it be used instead of deep frying anything?

vik1

Is this only for chips or can it be used instead of deep frying anything?



You can cook loads of things, pasta , sausages etc comes with a decent recipe book

deanos

You can cook loads of things, pasta , sausages etc comes with a decent … You can cook loads of things, pasta , sausages etc comes with a decent recipe book



Pasta?? ...since when do you need a fryer to cook pasta???

...as far as I can see this is a device primarily for making 'healthy' chips...ridiculous!!

deanos

You can cook loads of things, pasta , sausages etc comes with a decent … You can cook loads of things, pasta , sausages etc comes with a decent recipe book



Thanks - i was thinking for making certain indian dishes eg pakora (bhajis) or samosa
is the design to simulate deep frying of anything - or have they spent all that effort just on chips?

Krinkle

Pasta?? ...since when do you need a fryer to cook pasta???...as far as I … Pasta?? ...since when do you need a fryer to cook pasta???...as far as I can see this is a device primarily for making 'healthy' chips...ridiculous!!



Well you are wrong then

loads of recipies here

actifry.net/

i always thought it's a lot of money to pay out just for chips, you can buy a few spuds, peel them, slice, and fry yourself, or buy the oven chips. im sure if you peel your own and put them in the oven then they will only be as fatty as you make them yourself. anyway there is worser fatty things then ships, first thing to come to my mind is a beef burger!


A review says it takes 30 mins to cook the chips. oO
Edited by: "Polly_P" 2nd Dec 2011

Is this the machine that actually browns the chips or is that the Phillips one?

Not that price there now either :s Expired...

Although at amazon is £99:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…228?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B000T76UOE

i actually have chips on the go right now. these machines are a must have and pretty sure they have sorted the fire problems out with this model

these are great

Philips one is probably a better buy. These are not very durable. Returned ours for a refund after 11 months because the paddle wouldn't turn. The gear bit wasn't engaging properly. Up till then it was very good.

I love my actifry. I have had it for a year. It's so easy to use and fantastically easy to clean.

These are much nicer tasting than alternative healthy option of oven chips and roast potatoes are good in them too ! but there expensive for something that's unreliable in my experience.

I had a Actifryer that went faulty in little over 12 month it sparked and a internal sealed fuse blown so i got it repaired, it then continued to run fine for almost a further 12 month where it started sparking again and smoke came out... So it went into the bin rather than take the risk of anything happening.

Banned

Flubster

tasteless chips for burning risk?


Yes m8, you carry on blaming your tools.

ive heard alot of bad reviews abotu the phillips dryfryer, basic same principle but the chips dont move in the phillips so they burn at points and raw at others. i got my actifry from argos for 99.99 and bought 4 rolls of sellotape to take it over £150 and got a £10 voucher at the time!

Would like one of these but I don't want to burn the house down , what's the story with them catching fire? Are they ok now?

Banned

Cut into wedges

Microwave for 5 mins

Baked in Oven for 45mins with what ever spices you want!

Yummy healthy chips/wedges

Talking from a recent trained Nutrionist

Flancrust

ive heard alot of bad reviews abotu the phillips dryfryer, basic same … ive heard alot of bad reviews abotu the phillips dryfryer, basic same principle but the chips dont move in the phillips so they burn at points and raw at others. i got my actifry from argos for 99.99 and bought 4 rolls of sellotape to take it over £150 and got a £10 voucher at the time!



£50 for 4 rolls of sellotape, they must have been like tractor tyres ;-)

I have one of these fryers and cook oven chips in it, they take 15 minutes from frozen, for about 350 grams of chips, and they come out perfect every time. I was sceptical before I bought it, but I don't regret it.

telerijj

I've got one of these machines and they are bloody great for making home … I've got one of these machines and they are bloody great for making home made chips which are really healthy. You only need to use one tablespoon of oil to make enough chips for 2 very hungry people or big batch of roast spuds for 4/5 people. Better than a stinking deep fat fryer and very easy to clean. I got mine at £120.99 in August but noticed the priced has dropped ready for Xmas.My friend regularly does home made oven chips - and throw a couple of veggy chips in for good measure. I do not see why the presented apparatus is better then a standard oven - just spray your chippies with a tiny bit of oil and stick m in the oven!Same price in amazon too


Flubster

tasteless chips for burning risk?



Clueless posts for pedantic whingers?

candn14

Cut into wedgesMicrowave for 5 minsBaked in Oven for 45mins with what … Cut into wedgesMicrowave for 5 minsBaked in Oven for 45mins with what ever spices you want!Yummy healthy chips/wedges



I've mentioned this before in a similar thread. As you say but instead of a conventional oven, stick them in a halogen oven on a pizza tray between the glass bowl and the riser ring. 25 mins and

Yummy healthy chips/wedges



deanos

Well you are wrong then :)loads of recipies herehttp://www.actifry.net/



Maybe, but I think they were talking about a proper recipe? I mean, my microwave came with a bunch of recipes, doesn't mean I want to eat any of them!

Good price tho', whatever your opinion on these.... heated.

£139.99 at Currys now

you can get this in macro for £74.99 before vat. But you need a card to get in
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