As the founder of the Mum Central Network she’s committed to celebrating the journey that is Australian parenthood.When she’s not tap, tap, tapping at the keyboard Belinda can be found happily wrangling two small boys and loving on her superstar husband.
Best of all, your food is heated from all sides at once and there’s no need to add oil to most of the recipes.So here we go – I tried quite a few dishes I’d traditionally use the deep fryer or oven for and here’s what happened along the way! I popped my son’s favourite shoestring fries in the basket and popped her on for 3 minutes, as you need to stop halfway through to give them a shake and a shuffle.Hands down it’s going to be one of my most loved kitchen appliances now!Belinda Jennings is a fun-loving mum who’s a passionate advocate for community and connection.Senior Research Fellow English/Creative Writing & Aust Studies Danielle is the author of several literary non-fiction books.
She studied psychology and politics at Adelaide University, before completing a doctorate in zoology at Oxford.
So when Philips approached us to road test their Air Fryer XL, I couldn’t resist.
I mean I get to satisfy my curiosity and put one through it’s paces all in the name of research!
I have to admit I’ve been sitting on the fence when it comes to the air fryer debate.
A sucker for hot chips, I’ve tried oven baked to ‘be more health conscious’ but I just didn’t think you could beat the crisp and crunch of the deep fryer.
Ordinarily done in the oven, they come out soft and don’t get that crisp you get in the fryer.