@kdemo@RiotDemon@sammydog01 I mean it’s just a pancake around butter instead of butter on it. A bite or two might be good. Maybe if you had great butter… Why does he keep calling it grease instead of oil? Weirdo
The whole thing is NOT dishwasher safe, just the pull out part.
Found one very similar and sometimes use it to cook 1 lb ground turkey roll that come in that plastic tube with the metal seals on each end. Clip off one seal and squeeze it out like some huge choad, season and bake.
Also good for chicken thighs. Boneless, skinless chicken breasts work, but can easily come out too dry. Nice because you can microwave a potato and have it ready while your mini-oven is working.
My wife says a friend loves her air fryer, and another friend loves her air fryer too. I am still wondering why they don’t get their own. If there was only a website that gave good deals on air fryers.
No more small kitchen appliances! I got no room for it. I got that pour-over coffee maker thing coming & no place for that as it is! What meh needs to sell is large garage cabinets so we got somewhere to put all our crap.
Ohhh but it fries without oil…!? Can I do egg-rolls with this? I got a recipe for vietnamese egg-rolls from a vietnamese woman I work with. She makes the BEST egg-rolls. Maybe if I get rid of that old crock-pot I can fit this thing in…
Thank you Meh, I love you! I got this thing in my 1 year anniversary box (unlike the goodwill headed crap I got from Woot). I opened the box and thought wait, what is this? I didn’t order an airfryer! Never in my wildest dreams would I expect something so useful for 5 bucks. There’s a great WSJ article on the positives of airfryers that made me finally interested in purchasing one and honestly I probably would have got a larger one, left to my own devices. So far I’ve only tried chicken in it but I can attest that it makes the best wings I’ve ever had. So, for a starter airfryer, this one works for me.
Oh yeah- GREAT reviews on Amaze-on: Three, 5-star reviews by “Pav Gupta,” “Viraj Patel,” and “Amal A.” Then one, 1-star by someone describing the teflon lining flaking off and ending up in your food. I’ll wait until this junk is on sale at the dollar store for $6.99…
( problematic-abundantly-toad ) So I’m in for one, I guess I can retire my fry-baby now. I’ve got some Maryland style crab cakes in the freezer That I’ve been saving for a special occasion so MEH hurry it up already and send it out, The crabcakes are awaiting
We received a similar one in the last IRK (apparently new in box). I wish it had been the larger model; the 3.8 quart is pretty limiting on the number of chicken wings you can cook at one time. Steak fries or cottage fries also run into limits pretty fast in the smaller unit.
This thing makes great salmon filets! Again wish it was a bit larger, or we had a set of racks to put in it to cook more than one piece at a time. But the salmon comes out perfect. Best we’ve ever done at home.
"Model: EDFB-791, EDFR-792, EDFL-793. Letters stand for “eat da friggin’ beef,’ ‘eat da friggin’ roast,’ and ‘eat do friggin’ lava-cake.’ (We have no idea if any of these things can be cooked in an air fryer. We’re just goofing, okay.)”
come on…“eat do friggin lava-cake”?
firstly, do? “eat da…”
secondly, “eat da friggin lamb” maybe? I feel i should expect better made up stuff from y’all…
Got mine yesterday in time for the Gator game. Made game day wings & j-poppers, which were both acceptable. The wings were fairly crispy and the poppers were just ok. The cooking time is much less since it’s a convection oven, which is more than acceptable. The thing was really easy to clean, making my rating go up up up. All in all, the value of the thing is def worth it if you wanted an air fryer in the first place. If you didn’t, you shoulda clicked the meh button. Just saying…