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Power Air Fryer XL Review

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The Power Air Fryer XL was made famous in informercials and endorsed by a chef named Eric Theiss (He has owned several restaurants but sells kitchen products on QVC network now). Informercials are usually overly exaggerated, salesy, and give of a sense of skepticism. For the Power Air Fryer XL it’s safe to put your skepticism aside , Kitchen Worth interviewed hundreds of air fryer users and the Power Air Fryer XL is voted best air fryer 2017.

Size

The Power Air Fryer XL comes in 2 different colors; red or black. It also comes in 2 different sizes 3.4QT or 5.3 QTs.

Features

The 6-in-1 features cooking feature ensures that you get enough flexibility while using this and the Rapid Air Technology can be used to Roast, Air Fry, Bake, Steam and Grill, whatever is deemed necessary by you. The easy-to-use control panel is extremely handy to get everything done quickly and this machine is capable of cooking up to 400 degrees, using no or the minimum amount of oil, ensuring that you only consume the best cooked food.

The power consumption too, is extremely less, saving both the excess oil and electricity. Also, the fact that it comes pre-packed with Baking insert, Pizza Pan and Cooking Tongs gives everyone all the more reason to invest in this small gem of machine.

Thoughts before buying

A couple of key notes:

After 5 uses a lot of Power XL Air Fryer reviewed would get are spots and peeling on the bottom basket. If you purchase the warranty unfortunately this is not covered under it. It’s best to use a silicone heat proof trivet to keep basket from bumping. Also it is good to use foil sheets in bottom basket for messy foods. This will not compromise the quality of the food.

Size definitely matters when purchasing the best air fryer. Kitchen Worth Recommends spending the extra money and getting the 5.3 quart deluxe.  With the larger capacity Power Air Fryer XL Рyou can do, 8 Р9 inch pies, cakes, casseroles, a whole chicken, turkey breast, beef or pork roasts, Steak, etc. The recipe book is also really fun to try, I regret not buying it all at once.

 

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