Deep-fried food sure tastes good, but the amount of oil used in the process may not necessarily be good for you.
Intuitive digital touch display
With a successful rollout of its original Airfryer, Philips has unveiled a digital version of its popular kitchen appliance for those who are trying to eat healthier at home.
By using the so-called ‘Rapid Air’ technology, the original and digital Airfryers cook food in a concealed container by using high-temperature air.
Without making much compromise in taste or nutrients, yam fries, chicken wings or even muffins can all made in an Airfryer within 45 minutes.
A recipe book, included with the merchandise, will also give you step-by-step instructions on how to cook a delicious, presentable meal.
Modifications and new ideas are strongly encouraged, of course, depending on your personal preferences and style. The original version of the Philips machine is now available for $249.99, while the digital version is available for $299.99 at the Bay.