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7 Air Fryers For Healthier, Less Oily Food

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7 Air Fryers For Healthier, Less Oily Food

Fried food is about to get a whole lot healthier

When there's a generous spread on the table, don't deny that you reach out for the French fries first. Following that is probably the fried chicken, potato chips and spring rolls. What do they have in common? They are all fried in some form. While frying almost any ingredient does make it instantly delicious, it isn't conducive for a healthy lifestyle. So what if said you could fry your food and eat it too while staying healthy? The answer is in the air fryer, a kitchen device which cuts down on oil and uses air to fry ingredients so that fried food tastes just as good, if not better.

(Also Read: 7 Top Rated Frying Pans From Amazon Under Rs 1,000)

The Glen 3044 Air Fryer promises rapid heating with a stainless steel coil and vapor steaming for a crispy fried finish.

The Inalsa Air Fryer has adjustable temperature and time controls with power and heating indicator lights.

The Havells ProLife Air Fryer has a capacity of 4 litres with capabilities to fry, grill, roast and bake.

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The American Micronic Air Fryer has a 30 minute timer, adjustable temperature control, turbotunnel fresh air technology and a non-stick frying basket.

The Philips Viva Collection HD9220 Air Fryer can fry, grill, roast and bake with capacity of 2.2 litres.

The KENT 16033 Air Fryer has 8 preset menu options and it can fry, grill, bake, steam and roast. It also promises to be much faster than conventional methods.

The SToK Air Fryer has adjustable temperature controls to 200 degrees. It uses rapid air technology to roast, steam, fry, saute and grill.

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