This post is in partnership with Power AirFryer Ovens, however, as always opinions are 100% my own.
Deceiving Thoughts About Power AirFryer Ovens
If you are anything like us, before using an Air Fryer of any kind we just knew that the food would be tough and dry. We expected the food to be bland, boring, and more like shoe leather, than anything juicy. But, that couldn’t be farther from the truth, after trying french fries cooked in the Air Fryer, I was hooked.
First Thoughts can be Deceiving
As you can imagine after being hooked with Air Frying, when I had the chance to check out the Power AirFryer Oven, I knew it had to be a life-changer. Cooking in the Summertime is hard, because of the hot humid weather we have here in Missouri. By the time we get home from work, figure out what we want to eat the last thing we want to do ever is deep fry something, or heaven forbid the oven comes on. Since January we have been working on eating healthier and changing our lifestyle so that way we are around for our new grandbaby that will be here sometime in November. So one of the things we have done is kicked processed foods out the door, while we do have cheat days, for the most part, we stay away from processed foods.
We have ditched the oil and have been using an air fryer for several months that I purchased, but I had one complaint. I could only cook one thing in that air fryer and with the Power AirFryer Oven we can cook more than one thing and supper is on the table in generally under 30 minutes. Not only saving time but also money by cutting down on electricity usage as well as cooling costs.
Save More Money
- air fry
- rotisserie (which doubles as a place that you can cook skewers on)
Just And be careful when you unpack your box, game changer in your kitchen of your Power AirFryer Oven (I might be speaking from experience on that one!)
Great features of the Power AirFryer Oven
The cord is 3 feet 8 inches (44″) long which allows me to use it on top of the cabinets and move it around depending on what else I’m doing in the kitchen.
The Rotating Rotisserie Spit and the oil drip tray are perfect for tender, juicy results every single time. My only complaint is that a whole chicken is too big for the both of us, so we have to plan meals around leftovers. Which is really a good problem to have right?