Air Fry Every Day: 75 Recipes to Fry, Roast, and Bake Using Your Air Fryer

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Air fryers, relatively new kitchen gadgets, work like convection ovens: heat coils send heat from the top that a powerful fan circulates for quick baking. Like for convection ovens, you reduce the cooking temperature and cooking time. Ben Mims did a good review of these small appliances in his book Air Fryer Every Day with a nice introduction of the hows and whys of air fryers. He uses them for just about everything from breakfasts though main meals to desserts and demonstrates these with seventy-five good recipes. They are not difficult recipes and anyone with basic cooking skill can reproduce them quickly and easily. The ingredients are most readily available and recipe instructions are good. He has three different notations throughout, Switch it Up (a variation on the basics), Notes, and Go Basic. Photo illustrations are good as well as recipe layout (some recipes are inconveniently continued on overleaf pages). A good feature is a table of air frying vegetables summarizing preparation and baking time. If you already own a good high-end convection oven, an air fryer is duplication and you won’t need this book.

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Author Ben Mims
Star Count /5
Format Hard
Page Count 160 pages
Publisher Clarkson Potter
Publish Date 2018-08-28
ISBN 9780525576099 Buy this Book
Issue Mar-19
Category Cooking, Food & Wine


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