Philips Avance Airfryer XL

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food, Tech

As much as we love French Fries, we hate to think about what all those late night trips to Jack In The Box are doing to our arteries, let alone our midsection. The folks at Philips are looking to make those delicious fries a bit more healthy with their Philips Avance Airfryer XL.

Using the same Rapid Air technology as their previous Airfryer, this upcoming version still uses oil to fry the French Fries, it just uses a whole lot less. The technology utilizes a combination of rapid air circulation with an optimal temperature profile to create the perfect cooking environment. The end result is a batch of French Fries that are 80 percent less fatty. Fries aren’t the only thing you can cook up, and Philips plans on including a cookbook with the device that will detail 30 different recipes. Cleaning is also a breeze, as most parts on the Airfryer are removable, and can be tossed right into the dishwasher. Similar models can be purchased on Amazon.

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