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Love fried food? Wings, fries, you name it: The moment you cook anything in hot oil, it immediately tastes a zillion times better.
Air fryers still give you that delicious “crispy on the outside, soft on the inside” texture, but use significantly less oil than traditional deep frying methods. They're also wildly easy to use. One favorite among Amazon reviewers are the Dash air fryers, and they’re on sale for Thanksgiving!
Pick one up before it’s out of stock! Here are your options:
This Dash air fryer uses hot air to make crispy food, which reduces added fat by up to 80 percent. The basket can handle up to 2 quarts of fries, wings, or veggies. All you have to do is throw ‘em in, set the timer and temp, and you’re good to go! It automatically shuts off once your delicious snack is ready to be served, so you don’t have to worry about accidentally leaving it on while you’re in another part of your house. With over 2,383 perfect five-star reviews, you’ll be in good company if you grab one for yourself.
“This little air fryer is the bomb!” one shopper gleefully shared. “It is so cute and convenient and so easy to clean. The food is delicious and fun to cook. Even made homemade donuts. Would highly recommend.”
If you’re looking for an air fryer that’s got a tad more room, this model can fit up to three quarts of baked goods, veggies, you name it. Like the smaller version, it reduces fat content by up to 80 percent as opposed to traditional frying methods, and it can cook your meal in less time than it takes to preheat your oven. Neat, right? Thousands of reviewers think so.
“The perfect size!” one shopper reported. “This is my second Dash Air Fryer, I love my compact version but this is the perfect step-up for having a few friends over without it being gigantic. Perfect tater tots with enough to share!”
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