I receive many questions about baking fries or potato slices in the Airfryer. What you need to remember when making either, is to cut the potatoes and cover them in cold water for half an hour beforehand. This will get the starch out of the potato, which would otherwise burn. Use as neutral an oil as possible to fry them off. You can give the fries a different flavor by choosing another oil, for example garlic oil. A personal favorite is a combination of pepper, garlic and herb-infused oil.
The SoupMaker is very versatile. You can even make this quinoa salad in the SoupMaker. The best result is had if you roast the bell peppers in your Airfryer. A tasty dish for a BBQ or at lunch!View recipe
Hornazo is a typical dish from Salamanca, Spain. It is a stuffed bread and is often eaten at 'Lunes de Aguas', a festival celebrated every year on Easter Monday. This bread is characterized by its beautiful decorations. In this recipe, I use ground meat and chorizo, but you can also create combinations with black pudding or cooked ham. This bread should catch everyone's eye at the table, so have fun, and decorate the bread dough with shapes or garnish with grapes.View recipe
It's almost Halloween! Time for pumpkins and fancy dress, but also tasty snacks. These four small dishes are very easy and quick to make in your Airfryer.View recipe
Each portion contains: 440 kJ/105 kcal 6 g protein 5 g fat of which 3 g saturated 9 g carbohydrates 1 g fibreView recipe
It's amazing how simple and delicious dishes in the Airfryer can be. Take this breakfast soufflé with a little kick. A change from the same old boiled egg!View recipe
Each portion contains: 630 kJ/150 kcal 5 g protein 5 g fat of which 2 g saturated 21 g carbohydrates 4 g fibreView recipe