At least move to Spain with your eyes wide open — aware of all the negatives about living in Spain. Until I found out that often when people are burgled in Spain they are bound and gagged. The luckier ones are gassed. Even houses with dogs — and have you noticed how many people have big dogs — yeah now I get it — get hit because they poison the dogs.
I bet you can imagine, then, the utter glee I felt upon being offered a Philips AirFryer to try out and review on this blog. I was so in.
Behold, the Philips AirFryer! Its ability to make crispy chips and wedges with only a tablespoon of oil seems to be its primary marketing point. The AirFryer boasts the following: A temperature control, and a timer that allows you to pre-set times of up to 30 minutes. An air filter than limits odours I still remember the time my dad made deep fried chips in the kitchen and the house smelled like oil for days, so I was happy about this.
I thought it best to start my testing of the AirFryer with what the AirFryer ostensibly does best: Twenty minutes later, I had my chips. I have to say, I really liked these chips. The photo, however, is not Superpants Good. I branched out from the potatoes section of the AirFryer recipe book in order to make my parents a light lunch upon their return from a three week trip to Japan.
With a fork, mash up the salmon and mix with the egg, herbs, and seasoning. Mix the rice crumbs and oil together, until you get a loose mixture. Shape the salmon mix into 16 small croquettes, and coat them in the crumb mixture.
In batches, put the croquettes in the basket and slide into the AirFryer. Although my photography skills were still lacking at this point, I think you can see that these croquettes surpassed my expectations in truly attaining a crispy fried exterior.
I applaud your ability to make both my parents and me happy. The last thing I shall show you today is something that is very dear to my heart. I do love roasted chickpeas. For this experiment, I simply drained and rinsed a can of chickpeas, tossed them with some spices I here used my homemade for-Dirty Rice spice blend and a little oil, then roasted them for I think?
I think it would be great for the time-poor among us who sometimes want something crispy and tomato-sauce-dunkable for dinner, but who also want to be able to sit on the couch decompressing while our chips cook. Oh, and I still want to make the brownies.Thanksgiving is the worst day for home fires Fire safety experts say distracted cooking in the kitchen is the primary cause of home fires on Thanksgiving Day.
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