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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    Do you make your own nuggets? Do they taste good ? I have extra fussy kids so wondering how I can bribe them'.
    I make nuggets. These days it's just chicken breast, egg wash and crumbs (panko, panko/Parmesan, crushed corn flakes, breadcrumbs). In the days when they weren't eating any veggies I made nuggets with chicken mince, grated veggies, dipped in puréed veg and rolled in breadcrumbs (thus was when kds were 2ish, not sure if they'd eat them now!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    Can you do battered things in it? Or if I was to do fish and chips, best to stick to crumbed?
    Hubby sometimes does battered fish, but the batter does drip off the bottom so it's a bit patchy and messy. Tasted yummy with beer batter though.

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    We have one and use it a lot.

    Last night I roasted beetroot and whole carrots in there. It also gets used for chips, roasted potatoes, crumbed chicken/fish.

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    What is the difference between cooking in an air fryer, compared to cooking it in an oven? I have never seen one work, so l can't understand how the technology would be different.

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    Love my Airfryer. I do lots in it. Even baking. I have an actifry but I've never used it. You're limited to what you can do in it and read sometimes it mashes the stuff you put in but I don't know if that's true or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmoduckus View Post
    What is the difference between cooking in an air fryer, compared to cooking it in an oven? I have never seen one work, so l can't understand how the technology would be different.

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    It's quicker and less mess. I cook a whole chicken in it and the chicken is lovely and moist.

    ETA: Same with cakes. I make chocolate cake in it. Takes 20mins and it's moist too.

    If you don't want to lose fat or juice, baking paper or foil can be used in the bottom.

    I bought mine from TVSN on part payments as there was no way I could afford the $399 + postage up front. It was here in a week and paid off over 4 months.
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    Yeah it does smoosh things. Can anyone tell me how to stop this happening?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LotusMum View Post
    Yeah it does smoosh things. Can anyone tell me how to stop this happening?

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    what do you mean by "smoosh"?


 

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