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    Default Favourite kitchen appliances ?

    I just bought the Tefal 2 in 1. I like the idea of chips on top shelf fish underneath all in one shot. Hope I bought the right one I'm wondering if I should return it for the Philips?πŸ™‰πŸ™‰

    Or is it the other way round chips on bottom fish on top? I'll use it tonight and see
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    That air fry sounds so tempting but my kitchen is way too cluttered.
    At the moment with the weather getting so hot the blender is getting used multiple times a day. The kids love the boost juice inspired slushie which is a peeled orange, mango, ice and spoon of natural yogurt. So refreshing

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    I just bought the Tefal 2 in 1. I like the idea of chips on top shelf fish underneath all in one shot. Hope I bought the right one I'm wondering if I should return it for the Philips?πŸ™‰πŸ™‰

    Or is it the other way round chips on bottom fish on top? I'll use it tonight and see
    The Phillips one actually has a divider you can put in so you could do fish on one side & chips on the other, a roast on one side and vegies on the other, etc.
    I'm not 100% sure but i think you can do more with the Phillips? My came with a cake tin and i've seen a fair few cake recipes, haven't tried them myself though. I don't think you can do cake and bread in the tefal?
    I find it really convenient if i want to toast some bread or fry a slice of tomato for a sandwhich... can just chuck it striaght in and it's done within a minute.
    They definitely make awesome crunchy chips, you don't add any oil at all either where as i think you are meant to add a tiny amount with the tefal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Oooooh gamermummy what sort of things do you cook in it? Which one do you have? Viva something?
    I have the bigger one with the digital display. I cook everything in it, chicken, chips, pastries, ive done zuchinni, sausages, roast potato, cakes.... the list goes on. Worth every penny.

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    😞 maybe I should've got the Philips dam! Can't be bothered carting the whole thing back with both kids. Today was hard enough😫 hope the Tefal does a good job

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    Phillips is the best one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamermummy View Post
    Phillips is the best one.
    This makes me very sad😞 maybe I should just swap it

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    Default Favourite kitchen appliances ?

    Ok so I've kept it as DH likes the idea of the 2 separate trays cooking at the same time. I'm doing a quick trial run before our fish n chip night tonight so I have freshly cut chips in there right now so just waiting for the verdict.

    I'm hoping my machine is better and upgraded from the first TefalπŸ˜” seeing as it's the new model.

    To be continued .........


    I'm pretty happy with that. Chips came out golden and crunchy. I'm pretty surprised I thought air fried chips would be quite soft. 😌😌
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    My mix master is my favourite hands down - I love to bake and it makes baking so much easier


 

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