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Bird Freak

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Posted: 07/25/21 11:34am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

DW uses air fryer for almost everything now.


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I cooked two classes of cooking
Wife and I: (now just me) Toaster oven
Some big jobs (like cheesecake) did not fit in the original toaster oven so I had to use the big one. (Or a Turkey)

Now I live in an apartment.. new toaster oven. Air fryer. Slow cooker, multi cooker, Steamer.. Countertop induction burner (Big Boss) and resistance burner (Toastmaster) Big Amana range/oven OFF in fact OFF at the circuit breaker unless I absolute need it (once to season a dutch oven)


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I have found a convection oven outstanding for cooking certain things, most of which I rarely do in S & B, let alone my RV.

There is ONE thing however that I have never found anything that equals it.

Reheating leftover pizza.

Whether just refrigerated a day or two, or frozen for weeks, NOTHING will reheat it such that it tastes like it was just delivered. Nothing.

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I agree that the convection oven takes a long time to preheat but it does a great job once you get used to it. I also carry a toaster oven in one of the cabinets but seldom use it for some reason. Maybe next time out I'll do some cheese toast and chili.


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JaxDad wrote:

I have found a convection oven outstanding for cooking certain things, most of which I rarely do in S & B, let alone my RV.

There is ONE thing however that I have never found anything that equals it.

Reheating leftover pizza.

Whether just refrigerated a day or two, or frozen for weeks, NOTHING will reheat it such that it tastes like it was just delivered. Nothing.
Our air fryer will. Heats it back just like it was cooked the first time.

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Bird Freak wrote:

JaxDad wrote:

I have found a convection oven outstanding for cooking certain things, most of which I rarely do in S & B, let alone my RV.

There is ONE thing however that I have never found anything that equals it.

Reheating leftover pizza.

Whether just refrigerated a day or two, or frozen for weeks, NOTHING will reheat it such that it tastes like it was just delivered. Nothing.
Our air fryer will. Heats it back just like it was cooked the first time.


Bird,

I have never seen an air fryer that didn’t have a rotating agitator device. Can you share a make & model? It sounds interesting..

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We’ve been using a Ninja XL air fryer for several months now. Absolutely awesome appliance. Bacon in 7 minutes. Perfect Filet Mignon and burgers. Gave my $1000 Weber grill to my father-in-law. Definitely going on the road with us along with the crock pot.


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Alex and Tee,

Would you mind supplying a bit more about the exact model you purchased? It sounds interesting, but a quick search show lots of models with "Ninja XL air fryer" in thier name.

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~Rick

* This post was edited 07/29/21 07:32pm by Rick Jay *


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This is the one we have. Bought it at Kohl’s for $189.00 on sale.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ninja-Foodi-Smart-XL-4-in-1-Indoor-Grill-with-4-qt-Air-Fryer-Roast-and-Bake-FG550/521059489?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=101064422&&adid=22222222228368037805&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=m&wl3=463026489326&wl4=pla-951966220065&wl5=9011553&wl6=&wl7=&wl8=&wl9=pla&wl10=377855720&wl11=online&wl12=521059489&veh=sem&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIz8_ZoOGK8gIV9z2tBh04vAlCEAQYCiABEgJys_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

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Thanks Alex and Tee!

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