Air Fryers
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So, if you’re like me and were thinking about random facts and stats about air fryers, you’ve come to the right place. Just scroll down and find everything you’d ever hoped to learn about these magnificent, portable cooking devices.

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Below, I’ll provide a comprehensive cooking time and temperature chart for various food types. Please note that the figures below do not take into account your specific air fryer model.

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The short answer to this question is, no, you shouldn’t. While there is some overlap in terms of the appliances’ functionality, microwaves are better at reheating food without drying them out, whereas air fryers are better equipped to cook food from scratch.

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You can use any metal baking dish you want in an air fryer, as long as it is deemed bake-safe. So, stainless-steel, aluminum, and cast-iron baking dishes are all safe to use. You can even line the food pan with aluminum foil.

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It’s safe to put silicone molds in an air fryer as long as they are oven-safe. Silicone molds are great for making all sorts of desserts in an air fryer, and they have the added benefit of being naturally nonstick.

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You shouldn’t have any issue using flour in an air fryer, as long as the flour is used as a coating. Try adding a few tablespoons of different spices to season your flour before cooking your food in an air fryer for an added kick in the taste buds.

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Air fryers are great for a multitude of reasons, but one of their most prominent selling points is their compact size. They’re small enough to fit on top of any kitchen counter, but what can you put underneath the air fryer to prevent its heat from damaging your countertop?

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If you want to prepare foods with sauces, gravies, glazes, or liquids of any kind in an air fryer, you will need to place the food in a bake-safe container first. Alternatively, you can fashion a container out of aluminum foil to use as a baking container for saucy foods.

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You can stack food in an air fryer and maintain optimal crisping and browning. A wire rack in the food basket will allow you to cook twice as much food per cooking cycle, but to achieve optimal browning, your food still needs to be spread out in a single layer.

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Air fryers tend to make whirring and buzzing noises when they’re on. The typical air fryer will generate a 65-decibel buzz, which is about as loud as background office noises. However, the older your air fryer is, the louder it will become.

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Air fryers use between 800 and 1800 watts of energy. The precise wattage consumption figure varies from model to model, with smaller, entry-level air fryers requiring less power than their larger counterparts.

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You can put tempered glass bakeware in an air fryer. Basically, any bakeware that is deemed oven-safe can be used to bake, grill, roast, or reheat food in an air fryer.