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For the air-frying newbie: The machine circulates super hot air around whatever food you’re cooking to create the crispy, crunchy effect of traditional frying with a fraction of the oil.
Air fryers cook up food with tons of flavor but much less fat and fewer harmful compounds than are found in most traditionally fried foods. Want more details? Get a load of these reviews on the Cosori Air Fryer Max XL. Then catch this sale while you can
“Preheat setting is awesome. Comes with cookbook for easy recipes,” wrote a five-star Amazon reviewer. “Best wings and sweet potato fries I’ve ever made. Very easy to clean. Nonstick is great; you don’t need to add the recommended oil to food or the cooking basket... The fan is quiet. It cooks pretty fast. Preset times and temperatures by food type are helpful. Overall, I’d buy this exact air fryer again. Satisfied customer!”
Another delighted shopper added, “I love this air fryer! I use it to make hamburgers, chicken wings, sausages, bacon, to cook vegetables, and to reheat already cooked foods. I do a lot of grilling in the summer but I don't like cooking meat indoors because of the smoke and grease that gets everywhere. This air fryer does not smoke and grease does not escape. Everything I have made so far has come out very well cooked and delicious. It's also very fast.”
This husband reports good things too: "My wife's new favorite thing! She loves it! I can tell you it's incredibly fast and easy to use; whatever you're cooking in it comes out great."
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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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