You don't need to stop using dried herbs. Just put them into the little green plastic oil spoon before you measure out your oil and mix them in, then pour over as usual.Mines been fine, used at least 4 times a week
It is important to check and clean the filter each time, I stoped using dry herbs as they blow about and clog the filter.
great ideaYou don't need to stop using dried herbs. Just put them into the little green plastic oil spoon before you measure out your oil and mix them in, then pour over as usual.
Ditto for things like curry powder for curry flavoured chips.
I've had not problems with my Actifry and it is used at least 4 or 5 times per week - and not just for chips. The only thing I've seem coming from it occasionally is steam.
Yes that's true.
Even if you go down to the chippy the quality of the chips you get is usually down to the potatoes used.
If the chipped potatoes have been dried well - and according to some owners any final drying can be carried out in the Actifry itself before adding any oil for cooking them - then they'll probably cook OK regardless of which spuds are used.
I would expect the chips to loose about 50% of there weight due to the evaporation of water in the spuds.Am I the only one having cooking problems?
My fresh chips slowly get crushed and end up about half the size. Also roast potatoes end in the same way if not worst. It cooks frozen chips perfect.
As for fresh or frozen chicken nuggets, the same problem.
Am I doing something wrong?
no noneHi everyone, sorry if this has been mentioned earlier in the thread but is there any "fried" smell in the house after using the ActiFry as you usually do with standard deep fat friers?