By combining a powerful heater and motor with our new Twin TurboStar technology, the hot air in the Airfryer swirls like a powerful tornado – throughout the entire cooking basket. Designed to extract more fat from your food and capture it all in the fat reducer for easy disposal. Philips Airfryer with Twin TurboStar technology also saves you and your home from the smell of fried oil compared to a regular fryer.
Adjustable time and temperature control
Its integrated timer allows you to pre-set cooking times of up to 30 minutes. The auto-off function includes a "ready" sound indicator. The fully adjustable temperature control allows you to pre-set the best cooking temperature for your food up to 200 degrees. Enjoy crispy golden-brown fries, snacks, chicken, meat and more, all prepared at the right time and temperature for the best result!
Recipe booklet full of inspiring recipes
This recipe book created by culinary experts gives inspiration for a variety of low-fat fried food that you can cook in the Airfryer. It also introduces you to recipes that showcase the versatility of the appliance so that you can grill, bake and even roast food healthier, faster and more conveniently.
Pakoda can be made very easily in Philips Airfryer. Just keep the batter a little thick so that it does not drip off. Puris do not come out well in an Airfryer because of their high water content.
What is the wattage?
It is 1423 watts which means it consumes almost the same amount of electricity as a normal steam iron at home.
What kind of utensils can be use in an Airfryer?
All utensils that are OTG proof can be safely used in an Airfryer without fear of breakage. However, Philips Airfryer also has 2 multi-purpose accessories that can help you make a variety of dishes.
Can I use aluminium foil in an Airfryer?
Yes. However, it is recommended to not use it for a prolonged period of time.
What can I make in it on a daily basis?
Philips Airfryer can be used everyday to make dry vegetables (bhindi fry, patal bhaja, brinjal fry, bitter gourd, arbi etc.) as well as roasted/fried meat based dishes (fish fry, chicken tikka, roasted chicken, mutton tikka etc.)
How to clean the outside and inside of your airfryer?
Clean the outside of the appliance with a moist cloth
Clean the inside of the appliance with hot water and a soft sponge
If necessary, food residues stuck to the heating element can be removed with a soft to medium bristle brush. Important: Do not use a steel wire brush or a hard bristle brush, as this might damage the coating on the heating element.
Clean the heating element with a soft to medium bristle brush
Afterwards dry the heating element with paper towels.
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