Air fryers come in a few different styles, including what we like to call the basket style, which is great for large batches of foods like chips and vegetables that require shaking; and the oven style, which is great for cooking food on many racks, often including BBQ accessories; and oven-style, which, in addition to air frying, can also be grilled, roasted, grilled, and more. Regardless of style, they require minimal cleanup, which is one of the main reasons we love using them.

What to look for when buying the best air fryer for you

Size: H How many people do you cook for at one time? The compact size is suitable for one or two people, while the larger size is better for three or more people.

Style: Basket air fryers are great for small and easily shaken foods like chips and vegetables. Air fryers have larger ovens and can air fry food on multiple racks, but they require more monitoring and often require rotating food during cooking. In addition to air frying, air fryer ovens

Price: Fryers tend to cost more than mechanical air fryers, as do stainless steel options compared to plastic options.

Versatility: If you're in the market for other appliances, toasters, microwaves, pressure cookers, steamers, and even full-size ovens have begun to incorporate air fryer options into their designs, so investing in a multipurpose appliance can be a good one Value (takes up less space!).