BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Hannah Loewentheil finally gave in and bought an air fryer during her 40s, and she’s glad she did:
âI had been considering buying an air fryer for some time, but it wasn’t until I found myself cooking every night with my family due to COVID-19 that I finally decided it was. was a good time to buy one. Friends of mine were thrilled with their new Instant Vortex Plus 6-in-1 Air Fryer, so after reading similar reviews on Amazon I decided it sounded like a winner .I thought I would use this device primarily as an air fryer, but as a bonus, it can also roast, broil, bake, reheat and dehydrate food.
I’ve had this air fryer for about three weeks now, and I can honestly say she’s become the hero of my kitchen. It preheats quickly, it’s large enough to hold a good amount of food at once, it’s easy to clean, and it makes food taste crisp on the outside and moist on the inside without any oil. I have used my hot air fryer to make veg just about every night and it makes them so good. If you cook for kids, picky eaters, or just aren’t that keen on eating vegetables, the air fryer might be perfect for you. If you love chicken, the air fryer can be life-changing, and I don’t mean it’s dramatic. The air fryer produces restaurant-grade chicken that tastes absurdly decadent, except there’s no oil involved in the cooking – just air. We also tried making sesame chicken in the air fryer using boneless, skinless chicken thighs. The sesame chicken tasted almost identical to my favorite Chinese takeout, and it had nothing to do with my cooking skills. Thanks to the air fryer, the chicken becomes so crisp. I couldn’t believe I had done this at home !! “
Get it on Amazon for $ 99.99.
Check out the full review, plus some air fryer recipe suggestions to learn more!