The Oilless Fryer, by HS, is a self-contained frying unit that produces food as crispy and succulent as traditional deep fat fryer but without the heaviness and excessive calories. This is the healthy, clean alternative to a deep fat fryer for those who do not want to give up their fried food on the account of improving their health. A healthy meal can still be had with these little machines.
The Oilless Fryer uses a infrared heating element that superheats the air and circulates it within the cooking chamber. The heating element brings the temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and an internal fan whirls the dry, hot air through the food to turn the edibles golden brown. The unit produces food with 80 percent less fat compared to deep-fat fried foods. It cooks chicken wings, french fries, or spring rolls with the same look, feel, and taste as if they were freshly brought out from a fryer -- crunchy skins and juicy on the inside.
And as the name infers, the cooking device does not require any cooking oil so clean-up is easy and there is no difficulty needing to dispose a vat of oil. The fryer's stainless steel basket removes easily for clean-up and can be simply placed in the sink. The unit has a temperature selection range between 175 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. The cooking basket has a removable divider for keeping different food items separate as they cook. The basket can cook up to four cups of french fries at once.
The Oilless Fryer Features and Benefits
- The fryer uses no oil yet produces fried food quality.
- It will cook a large amount of food - up to four cups of french fries.
- The basket removes easily for clean-up.
- The heating element can bring the temperature up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
- It creates fried food quality but will less calories.
The Oilless Fryer Specifications
- Product Number: 84148
- Manufacturer: HS
- Height: 13 Inches
- Width: 13 1/2 Inches
- Depth: 11 Inches
- Temperature Range: 170-400 Degrees Fahrenheit
- Weight: 11 lbs
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