Digital Touch Screen
1800 Watt Power Output
16L Cooking Capacity
Steam Resistant Viewing Window
16L Air Fryer FAQs
If you’re thinking of getting an air fryer, the size you choose will depend on a few things, such as how often you’re planning o use it and how many people you’ll be using it to cook for. If you’re cooking for a family of 6 or more, you’ll want as big of an air fryer as you can get – 16 litres should be enough.
To cook a whole chicken in an air fryer, you’ll need to look for a more sizable appliance. A 6 to 10-litre air fryer should do the trick, depending on how large of a chicken you’re planning to cook.
Cooking for 6 or more people means preparing a sizable portion of food. For this, you’re definitely going to want a larger air fryer. To ensure you have enough space to cook food for 6 people, we recommend that you choose an air fryer that has at least 6 litres of space. However, getting an even larger fryer, such as a 16 litre one, will give you ample space to cook as much food as you like.
Is this appliance worth it? Well, it puts out food that’s ultra-crispy and healthy within a matter of minutes. Isn’t that just about enough to make it worth it?
Air fryers heat up deliciously crispy foods using a convection mechanism. Inside, it contains a heating element that transmits heat to the food drawer and a strong fan that works to circulate the air around the food, ensuring even cooking. When you’re ready to cook, you place the food in the enclosed cooking chamber – it may seem compact, but it was actually designed this way to speed up the cooking process. Then you simply key in your preferred cooking settings (which will depend on the food you’re cooking), hit the start button, and the air fryer begins to cook your delicacy.
Generally speaking, food cooked in an air fryer is healthier when compared to traditional oil frying methods. Air frying your food cuts the number of calories and fats you consume. However, eating too much fried food – even food cooked in an air fryer – is not healthy.