Digital Touch Screen
9 Pre-sets & 3 DIY options
11L Cooking Space
Steam Resistant Viewing Window
Steam Air Fryer FAQs
An air fryer uses hot air circulation and a minimal amount of oil to cook food, giving it a crispy texture similar to deep-frying but with less oil and fewer calories. It is great for preparing crispy foods like fries, chicken wings, and breaded items.
On the other hand, a steamer is designed to cook food using steam, which helps retain the nutrients and natural flavours of the ingredients. Steamers are commonly used for cooking vegetables, seafood, and rice.
From the above question, you will know that an air fryer uses rapid air circulation technology to cook food by circulating hot air around the ingredients, resulting in a crispy exterior.
On the other hand, a steam air fryer combines the functions of an air fryer and a steam cooker. In addition to the air frying feature, it also has a built-in steam function. This allows for the introduction of steam during the cooking process (offering increased versatility in terms of cooking methods), which helps to retain moisture and nutrients in the food.
Yes, you can steam and air fry your food at the same time. Our steam air fryer uses advanced technology that steams your food to lock in all the goodness while simultaneously air frying it to create a crispy exterior.
With an 11L capacity, our steam air fryer is ideal to be used for one to four people.
This will depend on your own preferences and cooking goals. Steam air fryers offer a combination of steam and air frying functions. This means that the steam air fryer is better equipped to retain the moisture and nutrients in the food, while still ensuring a crispy texture (as an air fryer does).