If you read through this thread you will see a few of us have this make.
Low fat diet not so much, it is healthier though, it does oven chips better than a oven, you just need to adjust your temps and time slightly.
Air fryers are designed for frozen chips!
I got the Cosari accessory kit which should fit most air fryers. Is it worth it? Probably not. The baking tray is nothing more than a small cake tin ( which i have plenty of). However the little rack is very handy.Are there any accessories worth buying for it??
Ooh got a recipe for those potatoes?Air fryers are designed for frozen chips!
15 mins from the freezer and you're done. I much prefer using frozen. Tried making chips from scratch but i was disappointed, not worth my time and effort.
Now, homemade paramentier potatoes (roast cube potatoes) drenched in garlic butter come out a treat.
Based on this one, but following the guides here for homemade chips.Ooh got a recipe for those potatoes?
Let us know how you get on.Based on this one, but following the guides here for homemade chips.
I cut the potatoes really small, dried them well, and used crisp and dry with garlic powder. It was around 180, for about 15 -20 mins with a proper shake up every five minutes. I used my own garlic butter, but any ready made butter will do.
I'll be having a go a patatas bravas next.