Believe it or not, air fryers produce the same “fried” food you love but use little to no oil. This, of course, makes these dishes much healthier than their greasy, deep-fried counterparts. Even though it may sound too good to be true, the news only gets better. In fact, the best air fryers have plenty of other advantages over their oil-using compatriots. They typically have faster cooking times than baking in an oven, are less messy than traditional fryers, and deliver crispy food that often goes soft in a microwave.
How Do Air Fryers Work?
Air fryers use a mechanical