Choose the right fryer
When deciding whether or not to buy an air fryer, it’s important to ask yourself why you want one. Air fryers won't produce the greasy crunch of traditional fried foods, but they'll definitely deliver a crisp exterior and moist interior without the need for a gallon of oil. How?
The air fryers circulate hot air around the food inside, cooking food at a fraction of the time a typical oven requires. This process of quickly cooking the exterior of foods makes for a nice crunch.
Benefits of Owning a Fryer
Save your time
Multifry is equipped with an automatic mixing paddle: so you can do something else while Multifry cooks and gently mixes for you.
Up to 1.7 kg of fresh potatoes and 1.5 kg of frozen ones, serve to up to 8 persons.
Eat healthy food
The airfryer’s unique fat removal technology uses a ‘tornado’ of hot air to remove excess fat and reduce the calories.
Wash it easily
Lid, paddle and bowl are dishwasher safe.
There are 2 Types of Fryer
These more versatile fryers have a rotating basket which automatically rotates the food inside. They include accessories which allow for additional functions such as roasting, frying, baking and grilling. Some models can even cook a whole chicken. check these 2 types of fryer that could help you to get the perfect taste in a healthier way.
1. Oil Less
Healthier cooking with little oil or without
Healthy fry is an innovative cooking appliance combining a low-oil fryer and a multicooker function to meet each and every need for all the kitchens of the world.
It enables you to rapidly fry tasty fresh potatoes in a healthier way with minimum oil and to prepare a variety of recipes: from risottos to cous cous, from stews to ratatouilles. Even allows you to bake pizzas, cakes and pies.
This type allows to prepare delicious fresh potatoes with minimum oil and frozen potatoes without adding any of it. Oil less is the right product for a healthier and natural cooking in a differentsize for the family member.
2. Deep Fry
It is a cooking method in which food is submerged in hot fat, most commonly oil, as opposed to the shallow oil used in conventional frying done in a frying pan. Normally, a deep fryer or chip pan is used for this; industrially, a pressure fryer or vacuum fryer may be used. Deep frying may also be performed using oil that is heated in a pot.
Deep frying is classified as hot-fat cooking method. Typically, deep frying foods cook quickly: all sides of a food are cooked simultaneously as oil has a high rate of heat conduction.