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Philips Air Fryer XXL HD 9630/21 $299 Shipped @ David Jones

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My first deal so hope the format is correct

Features & details

FRY or BAKE or GRILL or ROAST; You can make hundreds of dishes in your Airfryer Fry, bake, grill, roast and even reheat your meals

FAMILY SIZE MEALS; XXL family size Airfryer fits a whole chicken or 1.4 kilograms of fries

FAT REMOVAL TECHNOLOGY; Separates and captures excess fat for healthier dishes

90 Percent LESS FAT; The Airfryer uses hot air to cook your favourite food with little or no added oil; Great tasting and crispy results

CONVENIENCE; 1 5 Times faster than an oven; No need to preheat your AirFryer; just turn it on and start cooking

EASY TO CLEAN; QuickClean basket with non stick mesh cleans up in 90 secs and all removable parts are dishwasher safe

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  • +3

    You can make hundreds of dishes in your Airfryer

    I make only two. Chips and grilled salmon.

  • Does anyone else pricematch other than HN? The HN guy said he can't pricematch

    • +1

      Good Guys, JB etc will do

  • +1

    this thing is ugly as (profanity), guaranteed the worst looking appliance on the kitchen bench.

    • +1

      Takes a lot of space too.

    • +1

      You're such a shallow fryer. (-;

  • Amazon has it for $299 too

  • would you purchase this over a microwave? ours just karked it.

    • +4

      No. Different product.

    • +1

      You wouldn't .. you would buy this in addition to the microwave… they are totally different products

  • Serious question. Anyone tried cooking bacon in this?

    • Yes, my family did, it was a smoking and cleaning nightmare, bacon was crispy though.

    • always, it turns out great, just the cleaning after that's not that great lol, my trick is to soak it in hot soapy water as soon as finished cooking the bacon

    • Yes, i cook american style crispy bacon with maple syrup in an older version of the philips air fryer. The thing you need to watch out for is the fan blowing the bacon around inside which ends up with them stacked on top of each other. The result is some get cooked crispy while most are soft.

      I space them apart on the basket, then i lightly brush them with maple syrup.

      Then the trick is to keep them weighted down with a wire rack. I use something similar to this https://www.amazon.com.au/UPKOCH-Stainless-Steamer-Steaming-... but turned upside down so it's sitting flat on the bacon. This also helps keep the bacon from curling up into a ball which ensures even cooking and longer strips of bacon.

      I make sure to use a lower setting like 160degrees and baste it with maple syrup every couple of minutes so as to not burn it. If i want it to go crispy really fast then just increase the temperature and cook until the exact crispiness I like. It takes about 6 minutes for each batch. This technique works really well and the sweet and salty results are to die for.

      If you're a bacon lover you'll just reuse all the golden fatty goodness that's collected at the bottom and coat your oven baked potatoes with it for extra sweet and bacony flavour.

  • so this is the simpler version of the XXL model.

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