Article Published Date : 23 May 2023
Can I use baking paper/foil in my Philips Airfryer?
Published on 23 May 2023
No, using baking paper and tin foil in your Philips Airfryer is not recommended for the following reasons:
If you cover the bottom of the basket, the airflow inside the Airfryer is reduced. This results in the diminished cooking performance of your Philips Airfryer. If you put baking paper or tin foil in the bottom of the pan where the grease and dirt are collected, the airflow will be disrupted and you will not get a good cooking result. If you put baking paper or tin foil in your Philips Airfryer without placing food on it, the baking paper or tin foil could be sucked into the heater and could start to burn.
The information on this page applies to the following models:
HD9100/20 , HD9255/90 , HD9252/91 , HD9280/91 , HD9200/91 , HD9218/31 , HD9723/71 , HD9630/99 , HD9951/01 , HD9216/81 , HD9623/31 , HD9640/01 , HD9643/11 , HD9620/01 , HD9623/11 , HD9621/91 , HD9238/01 , HD9228/01 , HD9238/41 , HD9980/50 , HD9911/90 , HD9230/20 , HD9230/50 , HD9240/90 , HD9910/20 , HD9220/20 , HD9220/40 . Click here to show more product numbers Click here to show less product numbers Frequently Asked Questions
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