On my bumpy journey to becoming a home chef, I've wasted a lot of money on kitchen appliances and tools that I never really needed – case in point, the quesadilla maker! I still can't manage to figure out why I bought this thing. Anyhow, this happens when you're as passionate about cooking as I am; loved it ever since I was a kid.
But to be honest, there's one thing I came dangerously close to not buying and it was my trusty air fryer – thank god I changed my mind. And it changed my life, forever.
The King or Queen of Versatility
I can't stress enough just how absolutely handy an air fryer can be. It's portable, doesn't take up a lot of space, and best of all – you can just about cook anything you desire. It helped me become a more versatile cook, without the frustration!
It's uncanny just how easy it is to use an air fryer to experiment with a bunch of different ingredients and cook something delicious and memorable, and that too in under just 90 minutes give or take. And have I mentioned that my air fryer is designed to create 14 one-touch dishes? Well, prepare to have your mind blown.
The air fryer I use doubles and even triples as an electric oven (which means I can bake with it), a deep fryer (for the yummy fried fish and chips), and a bread maker amongst many other things. The possibilities with the MR8100 Air Fryer are endless!
Oh, and have I mentioned that the air fryer has double drawers? Yup, you can use each cooking compartment independently, adding more flexibility to your dishes.
Cooking Will Never Be Boring Again
Another thing I realised being addicted to my air fryer is that cooking has never been boring. As a matter of fact, I look forward to preparing delectable delights for my family. It just takes away the frustration and monotony that some may associate with having to cook every day.
In addition, the air fryer has a 4-litre capacity, and I can make two dishes simultaneously without risking a flavour transfer. It's magnificent! Plus, it's just so simple to use. I can tailor settings to my liking, adjusting my ingredients and the amount of heat needed independently.