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help and advice with new HO

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help and advice with new HO

Post  Gerry Attrick on 16.01.15 9:28

Hi to all on the forum, as a new user of a Andrew James HO, I am uncertain about the use of the Air fryer,

It seems to be very close to the heating element, and loaded with, say, pork chops and veg, the risk of Burning and danger, this may not be in practice but still I am unsure whether, to use,

Also on the first attempt of cooking a whole meal,another problem of not enough room, to place all ingredients.

I tried Baked stuffed Apples for desert and after 45min, still not cooked at 190 c
I know that you will say its a matter of getting use to it .

I am a excellent cook with a conventional oven,

regards

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Re: help and advice with new HO

Post  LesleyM on 16.01.15 10:12

Gerry Attrick wrote:Hi to all on the forum, as a new user of a Andrew James HO, I am uncertain about the use of the Air fryer,
It seems to be very close to the heating element, and loaded with, say, pork chops and veg, the risk of Burning and danger, this may not be in practice but still I am unsure whether, to use,

I use an air fryer all the time but I also use an extender ring on top of it that puts the element far enough away from the food. I do chops rather a lot (my partner is a lamb chop junkie) and roast veg. Never had a problem with burning.


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Post  Gerry Attrick on 16.01.15 10:53

Sorry to mention, but its a hinged lid I have
GA

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Re: help and advice with new HO

Post  LesleyM on 16.01.15 22:21

Gerry Attrick wrote:Sorry to mention, but its a hinged lid I have
GA

So put the chops on the high rack with a little foil and the air fryer on top to give them some distance from the element and I usually flip them over about 5 minutes before the end so the bottom doesn't come out slightly underdone

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Re: help and advice with new HO

Post  Normsthename on 17.01.15 2:30

I
.Sorry to mention, but its a hinged lid I have

I have the Anrew James HO Digital wth the hinged Lid and you can lift the lid Up to fit the Ring Extender

Andy

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