What is an air fryer and how does an air fryer work? At its core, an air fryer is essentially a small, powerful countertop convection oven that creates air fryer recipes that give the effect of fried foods with a fraction of the fat and calories. You place the food in an internal basket, and, with the help of a heating element and a fan, hot air quickly circulates around the food to form a crispy exterior around a juicy interior, similar to the crispiness and texture that one would get from traditional frying while using only a spritz of oil instead of completely submerging the food in oil. Bonus? It’s also a great way to reheat all sorts of dishes!
Paula can’t get enough of her air fryer. In fact, it’s changed the way she cooks! It allows her to eat the fried foods she loves more often, without worrying about all the extra fat and calories that comes with traditionally fried foods.
There are a million air fryer recipes out there. However, no one does fried foods like Paula Deen, and no one does air fryer recipes like her either.
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