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A very well reviewed cookbook here - print edition costs around 7 quid but is free to pick up on the kindle edition right now.

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In this 2020 edition, you’ll learn how to cook 2020’s most affordable, quick & easy Air Fryer recipes on a budget.

This cookbook includes...
  • 625 budget friendly recipes: cut expensive and hard to find ingredients.
  • Affordable ingredients: save money cooking budget friendly recipes.
  • Easy to find ingredients: cook ingredients from your local grocery store.
  • Nutritional information: keep track of your daily calories.
  • Servings: cook the right amount of food for your diet.
  • Cooking times: save time in the kitchen.
  • Highly rated recipes: enjoy only the highest quality hand selected recipes.

Just some of the super tasty Air Fryer for beginners recipes included in this cookbook...

  • Cristy's Pancakes
  • Dunky Doughnuts
  • Poppin’ Pop Corn Chicken
  • Southern Fried Chicken
  • Betty’s Baked Chicken
  • Chicken Breasts & Spiced Tomatoes
  • Juicy Mexican Pork Chops
  • Beef Tenderloin & Peppercorn Crust
  • Mini Pepper Poppers
  • Bacon-Wrapped Jalapeno Popper
  • Cheesy Bacon Bread
  • Low-Carb Pizza Crust
  • Bacon-Wrapped Onion Rings
  • Mozzarella Sticks
  • Beef Jerky
  • Smoked BBQ Toasted Almonds
  • Bacon-Wrapped Brie
  • Mighty Meatballs
  • Crust-less Meaty Pizza
  • French Fries
  • Peanut Butter Cookies
  • Chocolate-Covered Maple Bacon
  • Bacon Cookies
  • Vegan & Vegetarian Recipes

Hope it helps someone.
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missymathmo03/03/2020 16:50

Link doesn't work


Not sure what happened there, sorry about that. Fixed now.
First recipe needs pumpkin puree but Asda had sold out.
Thank you.
cheers
Already posted earlier this week
These heat the small amount of oil to a far higher temperature than in a normal deep-fry situation. The number of "free radicals" generated is possibly higher - which would make these the more unhealthy option.
trevordavies062903/03/2020 17:49

These heat the small amount of oil to a far higher temperature than in a …These heat the small amount of oil to a far higher temperature than in a normal deep-fry situation. The number of "free radicals" generated is possibly higher - which would make these the more unhealthy option.


Isn't it just a small electrical oven? Mine has temp. control from something like 80 Deg C to 200 Deg C.

I don't really use oil in it. I just use it to make jackets crunchy or to make a pasta bake (in a non stick pot) .
Edited by: "123sonny123" 3rd Mar
Chocolate-Covered Maple Bacon sounds like the unhealthiest food ever lol.
123sonny12303/03/2020 19:41

Isn't it just a small electrical oven? Mine has temp. control from …Isn't it just a small electrical oven? Mine has temp. control from something like 80 Deg C to 200 Deg C.I don't really use oil in it. I just use it to make jackets crunchy or to make a pasta bake (in a non stick pot) .


specifically if using oil in it, check out jonbarron.org/die…nts
Thanks matwalaboy 🌞
Cold George foreman is better
amazon.co.uk/Cri…J29


A basket like this will enable you to ‘Air Fry’ in your normal fan oven and at a fraction of the cost and storage space! But it will take a few more mins to warm up than a stand alone air fryer.
Cheers, matwalaboy
Justify04/03/2020 10:53

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crisping-Elevated-Non-Stick-Cooking-Kitchen/dp/B083QHQTLV/ref=pd_sbs_79_3/261-0357631-4759315?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B083QHQTLV&pd_rd_r=0696d636-7831-4b53-9717-54b7044866ba&pd_rd_w=LCm7y&pd_rd_wg=OiniY&pf_rd_p=96cae456-8d7a-4bc1-91c7-9b20b4dfd7c9&pf_rd_r=5WJ4T4HXXXC5T3YKBJ29&psc=1&refRID=5WJ4T4HXXXC5T3YKBJ29A basket like this will enable you to ‘Air Fry’ in your normal fan oven and at a fraction of the cost and storage space! But it will take a few more mins to warm up than a stand alone air fryer.


It may cost less, but my airfryer cooks more effectively at lower temperatures and less time than in an oven , reducing energy consumption.
Edited by: "violetd" 4th Mar
violetd04/03/2020 16:12

It may cost less, but my airfryer cooks more effectively at lower …It may cost less, but my airfryer cooks more effectively at lower temperatures and less time than in an oven , reducing energy consumption.



you have a gas oven?

To buy one unit of mains gas (measured in kWh) you will pay about 4p / kWh. Conversely, one unit of electricity from the mains (also measure in kWh) will cost you about 15p/kWh.

This means that gas is about 3-4 times cheaper than electricity per kWh.
trevordavies062904/03/2020 21:31

you have a gas oven?To buy one unit of mains gas (measured in kWh) you …you have a gas oven?To buy one unit of mains gas (measured in kWh) you will pay about 4p / kWh. Conversely, one unit of electricity from the mains (also measure in kWh) will cost you about 15p/kWh. This means that gas is about 3-4 times cheaper than electricity per kWh.


I can't get. mains gas, so an air fryer is much more economical for me.
Maybe your oven isn’t very good. An Airfryer is just a small oven. But if you are cooking small portions a small oven is better/more economical.
violetd04/03/2020 16:12

It may cost less, but my airfryer cooks more effectively at lower …It may cost less, but my airfryer cooks more effectively at lower temperatures and less time than in an oven , reducing energy consumption.

trevordavies062904/03/2020 21:31

you have a gas oven?To buy one unit of mains gas (measured in kWh) you …you have a gas oven?To buy one unit of mains gas (measured in kWh) you will pay about 4p / kWh. Conversely, one unit of electricity from the mains (also measure in kWh) will cost you about 15p/kWh. This means that gas is about 3-4 times cheaper than electricity per kWh.


Wow you’re paying a lot for your gas. Mine is 2.23p/kWh and 13.35 for electric.
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