Can Airfryer Be Used As Oven? [FAQ]

Hi, friends! I hope you all are having a great day.

Today, I wanted to talk about the airfryer. Many of you have been asking me if the airfryer can be used as an oven and, if so, how? Well, let’s chat about that for a bit.

So, can you use an airfryer as an oven? The answer is yes! You can use your airfryer for baking, roasting, or even grilling food. The possibilities are endless!

This is incredibly awesome during the summer when you don’t want to turn on your oven and heat your whole house!

Another advantage of using an airfryer as an oven is that food tends to come out crispier when cooked in an air fryer.

This is because the circulating hot air pops any moisture on the surface of the food, causing it to evaporate and escape. This leaves the food with a crispy exterior and a perfectly cooked interior. Yum!

So there you have it! I hope this was helpful, and please let me know if you have any other questions! Have a great day!

About

First of all, what is an airfryer? An airfryer is a small appliance that uses hot air to cook food. It is similar to a convection oven in that it circulates hot air around food to cook it evenly.

However, air fryers also typically have a built-in fan that helps to circulate the hot air more efficiently. This allows food to cook faster in an air fryer than in a conventional oven.

FAQs

Can I use my airfryer for baking a cake?

Yes. Use a cake pan that fits snugly into the airfryer basket. Check on your cake periodically to ensure it’s not browning too quickly; if it is, cover it with foil until it’s finished baking.

Can I use my airfryer to roast a chicken?

Yes. Just be sure to remove the giblets from the cavity before cooking. Season the chicken inside and out with your favorite seasonings, then place it breast-side up in the air fryer basket.

Cook at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 minutes per pound or until the internal temperature of the chicken reaches 165 degrees Fahrenheit.

Let your chicken rest for 10 minutes before carving and serving.