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All oils can be used in your Air Fryer. However, for best results, we recommend Vegetable or Rapeseed oil.
|Vegetable oil||Shallow, deep and stir frying.|
|Rapeseed oil (often called vegetable oil)||Shallow, deep and stir frying.|
|Corn oil||Shallow, deep and stir frying.|
|Sunflower oil||Shallow, deep and stir frying|
|Olive oil||Shallow and stir frying. Marinades, dressings, drizzling.|
|Sesame oil||Shallow, deep and stir frying. Marinades, drizzling.|
|Peanut oil (often called ground nut oil)||Shallow and stir frying. Dressings. Adds a nutty flavour|
|Grape Seed oil||Shallow, deep and stir frying.|
When your Air Fryer is in the tilted position, the lid will not stay open on its own and may close unexpectedly. Always return the appliance to the level position before opening the lid.
Only use the handle to remove the bowl after cooking has finished. Remember the bowl will be very hot! Don’t set the bowl down on a surface that may be damaged by heat.
After cooking, you can use the detachable bowl handle to remove the inner bowl and its contents safely.
When grilling, your Air Fryer should be in the level position (the Level icon will show in the window of the tilt lock).
Your Air Fryer can be used to cook the foods and recipes that you would normally cook in a standard oven or saucepan.
However, when your Air Fryer is tilted, the food inside is ‘tumbled’ which may damage fragile foods.
You can use the dual heat mode cooking method without setting your Air Fryer into the fully tilted position.
Click here to down load the Air Fryer Instruction Booklet which includes many recipes for side dishes, snacks, meals, vegetables, and desserts!