If you like eating crispy fried foods like french fries and chicken tenders, but you don’t want to add the extra fat and oil into your diet that you get with deep frying, there’s a solution: An air fryer.
It uses a only small amount of oil, but you still get to experience those crispy, crunchy, and tasty junk foods.
In addition to their ability to promote (slightly) better food choices, air fryers are also easier to use than some of the alternative cooking options.
Sure, you may have to toss the basket around once or twice during cooking, but you don’t have to stand over a hot stove or worry about oil popping at you while you’re deep frying breaded zucchini or french fries.
Now, this may sound obvious, but sometimes when people are in a hurry, they really do forget to unplug their gadgets before cleaning.
Step 2: Clean the basket and pans