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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I just peeled the skins off with a knife, put them in a bowl and tossed a bit of olive oil through, put in the airfryer and done.
    The kids ate them so they mustn't have been too bad.

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    Do you have to lay them (or anything i guess) without touching anything else or can you just dump them in?

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    I usually just dump it in and then give it a shake a couple of times throughout cooking.

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    I usually just dump it in and then give it a shake a couple of times throughout cooking.
    Yep, exactly this^

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    I have the Phillips XL one and used to have the smaller Phillips one. I love it! I actually preferred the smaller one, but I think it's because I was used to it.

    I make homemade fish fingers/ chicken tenders/ chips etc in there for DS and it's great

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    Haven't read the other replies but we have an aldi one. It's great for potato fries from whole potatoes - set and forget, it turns it and everything! It's quite big and we have loads of appliances so it's size is a little annoying. They come out way better than doing the same thing in the oven. Oven fries (pre made/bought) come out really well too and it's easy, just bulky to store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I just peeled the skins off with a knife, put them in a bowl and tossed a bit of olive oil through, put in the airfryer and done.
    The kids ate them so they mustn't have been too bad.

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    You've inspired me - I'm making potato skins for dinner. I'm using a recipe that I found in one of the air fryer recipe books online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sycx View Post
    You've inspired me - I'm making potato skins for dinner. I'm using a recipe that I found in one of the air fryer recipe books online.
    How did they turn out?

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    Definitely recommend!! I have the Phillips XL. Big initial investment but it saves so much time. Great for chips, nuggets and all the boxed type food. Chicken breast, sausages, chops so juicy and quick! It's amazing how yummy and quick with no oil!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpac View Post
    How did they turn out?
    Great! I think I overcrowded the basket a little too much, so they weren't all crispy all over - but the taste was great, and there were none leftover, which is probably a good sign! I used the scooped-out centres of the potatoes to make mash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpac View Post
    Its my birthday this weekend and i am getting to pick out an air fryer for it! Super excited.

    If you have one, can you tell me what it is and what you like best about it?

    Thanks!
    It's my bday too! I am Sunday. Happy birthday!


 

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