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Breville VDF065 Halo Health Fryer, 1 Kg, 1200 Watt - White
Tefal Actifry Plus - 1.2 Kg - Grey B00CXLB7ZG
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|Sold by||P.E. (AS) Ltd||Amazon.co.uk||DURONIC||Amazon.co.uk|
|Colour||White||White / Green||Black||Grey|
|Dimensions||24 cm x 46 cm x 31 cm||32 cm x 39.8 cm x 31 cm||31 cm x 33 cm x 23 cm||20.5 cm x 42 cm x 31 cm|
|Wattage||1200 Watts||1400 Watts||1500 Watts||1400 Watts|
What if you could fry chips and other food using just one spoon of oil? Or no oil at all?
Imagine how much fat you could cut while still enjoying the full flavours of your favourite comfort foods.
The Breville VDF065 Halo Health Fryer presents the healthier way to fry chips and cook a wide range of ‘heavenly good’ food. This health fryer includes a halogen-heating element and rotating bowl with paddle, as well as a reversible roasting rack.
So, just what can you do with the Halo?
The Halo uses just one spoon of oil when required. That’s 99.5% less oil than a standard 3 litre fryer. Plus, it uses no oil whatsoever when cooking oven chips and frozen foods.
The bowl design and removable paddle allow for complete versatility to cook not only chips, but even more delicate foods such as fish. The Halo caters for fresh or frozen foods, coated or uncoated chicken and fish, crispy chips, succulent chops, tasty spring rolls and spicy samosas. Creamy chicken korma or a hearty red wine sausage casserole can also be prepared. You can even cook mouth-watering sausages, homemade burgers or steak.
Use the Breville Halo Fryer’s roasting rack to cook smaller, delicate foods such as fish, sausage or roast chicken.
The raised position of the element allows heat to radiate, producing crispy, golden chips.
Seasoning, herbs and spices can be added while cooking or afterwards. Plus, the unit is fan-assisted, so the convection heat is distributed throughout the bowl--meaning food is cooked quickly and evenly.
The Halo also has a rotating paddle, which cleverly turns ingredients. This eliminates the need to manually shake and turn food.
The paddle can also be removed to cook more delicate items such as fish and chicken or to steam puddings.
You'll also get a reversible roasting rack, which raises the food and allows excess oil to drain off. This works great for sausages or a small roast chicken, for example.
No pre-heat time is required. The halogen element provides an instant heat source. The element also illuminates the bowl’s interior, so you can easily view the cooking progress.
Easy-to-use digital controls allow you to time cooking and monitor the countdown. When cooking is complete, the Halo automatically turns off and beeps to alert you. The cool-touch handle clips to the bowl, allowing you to simply remove the bowl and serve immediately.
The Halo is as easy to clean as it is to cook with. Once cool, the inner bowl, paddle and roasting rack can be easily removed and cleaned in the dishwasher. The lid can be wiped clean.
As a bonus, you also get a recipe book filled with ideas for tasty starters, main meals and desserts. You’ll find the recipe book inside the Halo’s instruction booklet.
Fantastic for cooking easy meals that you could do in the oven or fryer and makes it healthier! Win/winPublished 2 days ago by Michael Chapter
Not really liking this at all, maybe ok if you cooking for one possibly two, takes forever to cook anything when using as a fryer, chips where in bits by the time was cooked as the... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amanda Morgan
We mainly use it to cook oven chips. Tried making fresh chips using potatoes but couldn't get the hang of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas Joyce
far better than the tefal actrifry purely because the plastic parts dont deteriorate and go brittlePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I have had the halo fryer for some time now and found it extremely frustrating when trying to cook chips. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MR C.
Ive had the Actifry and was very pleased with that, despite parts breaking on it quite a lot! Thought id give the halo a go as it was better priced and looked visually nicer. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mr. Jason Dunlop