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Tefal Fry Delight - 'Air Fryer' £29.50 at Tesco (Instore Only) - Ilkeston
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Tefal Fry Delight - 'Air Fryer' £29.50 at Tesco (Instore Only) - Ilkeston

Posted 17th Nov 2018

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Just grabbed one of these for £29.50 in the clearance baskets at the Tesco Extra in Ilkeston.

With the Fry Delight from Tefal you can cook crispy and tasty fried food with little to no oil. Air pulse technology means this healthy 1450W fryer operates using an upper heating element and an optimised airflow, keeping food crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. In addition to frying, the Fry Delight also allows you to grill, roast and bake all your favourite meals with fantastic results. It comes with a 30 minute timer, adjustable temperature setting and will cook up to 800g of food, making it ideal for family use.
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Not the best air fryer (imo) but fantastic price & Heat added!
A good air fryer and they were £159 when they first came out. We have a Philips XL at home (£250) and this one in the caravan. Apart from the capacity and the Philips being slightly quicker the finished results are about the same.We use our airfryer almost every day.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 17th Nov 2018
How many left in stock?
Picked one of these up at this price in Glasgow a few weeks ago. It was the last one so didn’t post.
I don’t know what I’m missing with this- I don’t think it’s that great. I probably need to experiment a bit with different foods/settings
Is it any good at doing chips?
rosegarden10 m ago

How many left in stock?

When I picked mine up just over an hour ago there were 2 more in the basket. There could be more in the back though
Great but YATSSC

Yet another Tesco store specific clearance
rapid851 h, 0 m ago

Is it any good at doing chips?

Yes! They cook frozen chips much better than doing in the oven. We do our own , just cut chips as normal , sprinkle with a little seasoning( find oxo cube good for this)and stir , you can spray with a little oil or just put them in the fryer without. Cook for around 15 minutes at 180 to 200 degrees C. Low fat roasties are good too , same method but micro wave for 3 mins after seasoning , stirring a couple of times, then spay with oil and place in fryer.
I like to do my fry up in these too , just put sausage in for a couple of minutes , then add bacon. Cooks as good as a grill .
Edited by: "yorkie12" 17th Nov 2018
Nothing like this ever happens at my local...the best I got was a £2 airbed
rapid852 h, 13 m ago

Is it any good at doing chips?

Very very good
Never had one of these but I've been told the food comes out baked rather than fried. The small amount of oil gives it a slight fried feel but the food is more like oven baked.

What do ppl think as thats whats has put me off buying one so far.
They had some at the Milton Keynes Kingston store on Monday if anyone wants to keep an eye out and they are going that way.
Thanks for the advice on chips folks.

@fjordvik thanks for this. I managed to get the last one around 30 minutes after you posted it. as soon as someone said it was good at doing chips i got straight in the car and bolted down there!

Also did you see that star wars electric scooter?! £50 down from £150. got the last one of those too!
rapid855 h, 52 m ago

Is it any good at doing chips?

They really are. Not great with thick steak chips, but French fries come out really crispy.
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