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Air fryers have become an absolute hit in the last few years, and how could they not be? They’re effortless to use and clean, come in various sizes, and can cook healthy, delicious fried goods faster than any traditional cooking appliance. 

If you’re thinking of getting an air fryer, you’ll likely have a lot of questions about the different types of air fryers. Luckily we’re here to break down the types and benefits of differing sizes.

Different types of air fryers

When it comes to the air fryers available, there are basically two main types – basket air fryers and air fryer ovens. 

Basket air fryers contain a removable basket that will hold the food you’re cooking. This allows hot air to circulate around the food, cooking it within minutes. In addition, the removable basket makes it a great choice if you’re looking for a no-fuss appliance as it’s easy to clean and user friendly. 

Then there’s the oven air fryer which has a similar design to a toaster oven. This type of air fryer often offers several functions (broil, bake etc.) in comparison to basket fryers. This makes them ideal for cooks looking for a multi-purpose appliance. 

What air fryer sizes are there? 

Whether you’re looking for a small air fryer for yourself or a large one that you can use to cook for a family of 6, you’ll certainly be able to find the right air fryer for you. 

4L Air Fryer 

A 4L Air Fryer is a great size for 2-3 people. Being on the small to medium size side, it’s large enough to cook a couple of portions of food, like two or three pieces of chicken, but it’s also not too bulky, meaning that it won’t take up too much space in your kitchen. 

12L Air Fryer 

A 12L-sized air fryer would fall into the large category. This sized air fryer, or anything bigger, is ideal if you want to cook larger items such as carrots, eggplants or other vegetables. However, if you’re going to use your air fryer to prepare something like a roasted chicken, you’ll probably need an even larger air fryer. 

16L Air Fryer 

A 16L fryer would be considered extra-large. These air fryers tend to be real powerhouses, offering several cooking options. Whether you fancy having a roast chicken, freshly baked bread or a tasty cake, an air fryer of this size will certainly do the trick. 

Extra-Large 25L Air Fryer Oven

When it comes to air fryers, bigger is often better! With a 30L capacity, you can make virtually anything – nachos, pastries, fries, you name it! However, do keep in mind that an air fryer of this size will take up a lot of space in your kitchen. It will also weigh a substantial amount, so it won’t be easy to keep this appliance in storage and simply whip it out whenever you feel like using it. 

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