The best air fryers are very nifty bits of kit. Rather than fry or roast foods like chicken, fries, tofu, vegetables and more in a frying pan with lots of added saturated fat, like butter and oil, air fryers offer you a way to enjoy your favourite foods in a much healthier fashion. Air fryers use a tiny amount of oil, circulated by currents of hot air, to provide the contents of the air fryer with an even coating to ensure it's perfectly fried, with only a fraction of the added calories.
Right now, you can grab the Insignia 5-quart stainless steel analogue air fryer for $49.99, a whopping 50% off the full price. Check out the deal in full below:
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Save $50 on this Best Buy exclusive. Dial controls enable you to adjust time and temperature in an easy, clear fashion without navigating menu after digital menu. The dishwasher-safe pan and basket makes clearing up after cooking a doddle, while the BPA-free finish prevents harmful chemicals leaking into your food.
Why get this Best Buy air fryer deal?
A great bargain at under fifty dollars, this analogue air fryer is quick and simple to dismantle and clean with a dishwasher-safe basket and pan. The timer with auto shutoff takes any worry of burning and spoiling your food out of the equation, ranging from 180-400 degrees Fahrenheit.
This 2015 study demonstrated that ingredients cooked using an air fryer were substantially lower in added fats, therefore lower in total calories. While fried chicken wings are never going to be a bona fide "healthy" option, this significantly reduces the guilt factor while retaining all that great taste.
It can do vegetables, too: from broccoli to mushrooms, peppers to pak choy – anything you'd pan fry to go with, for example, an Asian-fusion dish with rice or noodles. Just toss your chosen veggies in a little soy, sesame and garlic, pop in the air fryer and bang - perfect side dish.
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Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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