Today, I’d like to show you how easy is it to cook Chicken Drumsticks:
First, we defrost them and place them in the Air Fryer:
We then will give it 10 minutes. When it finishes, we will turn them and give them 10 minutes. We will keep doing this process until the Chicken Thights looks like this (Note that I did a quick cut to allow them to cook faster):
We will cook Frnech Fries if we want to, by giving them 5 minutes and turning them. Then we give them another 5 minutes:
Dinner is served:
All photos where taken with the new Samsung Galaxy S9+.
In this post, I’ll show you how easy it is to prepare Pork Chops 😂
The first step is to defrost them:
The second step is to season them:
The third step is to put them in the Air Cooker:
We will give them 10 minutes at 400 degrees. Once it finishes, we will turn them and give them another 10 minutes:
Once it’s finished, they are ready to be eaten:
Preparing fries: We simply put them in the air cooker and we give them 5 minutes at 400 degrees. Then, we turn them and give them another 5 minutes but we lower the temperature, so they will not get burned. This way, we eat more healthy since we are not frying them:
The result is shown in the first picture of this post.
In this post, I’ll show you how fast an easy it is to prepare food on a Convectional Oven.
Today, I’ll use it to heat some Chicken Fries that are sold in ALDI supermarkets.
The bag says that the serving size should be 7 chicken fries pieces, so we will put 7 pieces into the grill of the oven:
Now, we will press the Chicken Pieces button, reducing the amount of time from 20 to 15 minutes, as it will burn with the original time. We will still need to check the Chicken Fries to make sure they do not get toasted too much:
When we see that they are getting more baked, we can turn them so the other sides can get baked as well. Once we see them they are getting darker in color, we can remove them as they are ready to be eaten, but be careful, as they will be hot.
The way they should look is like follows:
Now they’re ready to be eaten!
The oven used can be found here.
Hope you liked this post!