Air fryers are a very great way to make delicious fried foods without the guilt and with the added convenience that comes from using less oil. Air fryer is a culinary term for a small kitchen appliance that cooks food quickly without using oil. It requires no oil, no butter, and no messy clean-up; just simply put your food in, turn it on, and wait for dinner to arrive. The results can be incredibly tasty and very low in fat and saturated fat content, as well as calories. This is an alternative to deep-frying food, where you need to use a lot of oil to coat your food. Once you put too much oil in your air fryer, it becomes more like a deep fryer and the fat just melts off of your food. The results can be less tasty as well as less healthy. Air fryers feature two components that work together to accomplish this: a fan and a heating element. The heating element heats up the air inside the fryer, which in turn heats up your food to cook it from all angles and sides. You’ll be able to maintain temperatures ranging from around 130â€“400Â°F. This is the temperature range in which most foods cook best, so this temperature range represents an optimum balance of cooking power and safety. This book covers - Breakfast recipes -Vegetables and sides -Meat recipes -Fish and seafood recipes -Snacks and dessert And a lot more! Air fryers are very versatile. They can be used differently to fry, bake, roast, grill, and even dehydrate foods. They can even be used to cook frozen foods like French fries, nuggets, and chicken fillets! It is perfect on space-saving, which is an added advantage that was implemented right from the thoughts of its design. It can fit in almost any area; tabletop, fridge top and even on the dinner table if you are the kind that likes to cook and eat at the same time.