Philips Airfryer HD9220 for healthy food cooking | Product Review | Household Singapore

A couple of weeks, Philips has been very aggressive in promoting their new product – Philips AirFryer in major shopping malls. Initially, I view those on-site demo with some skepticism. It’s only last weekend, I have managed to get myself the black model of Philips Airfryer HD9220 to give a good try.

The first look at it, it reminded me of the traditional heater-fan device which my mum & my grandparents used before in the past to roast chicken enclosed in a big pot. Conceptually, it makes use of the same theory of heated air to cook the food. However, this Philips Airfryer HD9220 has several key benefits:

a) Airfryer’s patented Rapid Air technology enables you to fry the tastiest crispy fries that contain up to 80% less fat than a conventional fryer,

b) Food separator to fry different dishes at the same time,

c) It’s fully adjustable temperature control allows you to pre-set the best cooking temperature for your food up to 200 degrees,

d) The integrated air filter prevents unwanted cooking smells and vapours and keeps your kitchen fresh and clean,

e) Removable drawer and food basket feature a non-stick coating and are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

 

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I have decided for the black model as it is much easier to clean and maintain. As the stock is pretty limited, most of the malls are out of stocks for the black Philips Airfryer HD9220.

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Unpacking the Philips Airfryer HD9220 is very straightforward. It does comes with a well-illustrated cook book, full of recipes to test & try on your new Philips Airfryer HD9220.

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The removable parts are only those depicted in below picture. Both the tray and the base holder needs to be cleanse after each cooking. As you can see the base holder is not flat & even but consist of several grooves. They are created to facilitate the hot air aerodynamics to even out the hot air circulations.

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Within the top enclosure lies the heated coil and a variable speed fan to circulate the air through the heated coil when its in operation.

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The other important observation is when the Philips Airfryer HD9220 is in operation, apart from the hot vent outlet, the rest of the body has very negligible heat emission. Thus its very safe to operate near other devices or kids. I have also tried to AirFry frozen spring rolls and nuggets and they came out crispy & nice! (very close to frying them in cooking oil). For a launch price of S$345, Philips Airfryer HD9220 is definitely worth a long way to have easy, quick and healthy cooking.

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  7 comments for “Philips Airfryer HD9220 for healthy food cooking | Product Review | Household Singapore

  1. dshen
    May 13, 2011 at 12:15 am

    So you can just put frozen fries inside without any oil and it will “deep fry” it for you?

    • Alan Soon
      May 13, 2011 at 12:46 am

      Yep! 10-15 mins under 180 degrees is all you’ll need.

      • Janice Lim
        May 16, 2011 at 5:18 pm

        Hi, have you tried to fry fish, yes, the entire fresh fish on this?

        • Alan Soon
          May 16, 2011 at 11:21 pm

          Have not tried a whole fish. But fish fillet works fine. Cod fish would be best since it contains huge amount of oil which can easily cook the meat.

          • Janice Lim
            May 16, 2011 at 11:45 pm

            This appliance seems to work similar to a convection oven that basically circulars hot air within? Not sure if the Air Fryer is just another scale down version of that. If it works on a whole fish say a pomfret, I don’t need to clean my kitchen everytime!

  2. syine
    May 23, 2011 at 10:52 pm

    Anyone interested in buying philip air fryer can pm me. refer to link below.

    http://singapore.gumtree.sg/c-Stuff-for-Sale-household-furniture-Philip-Air-Fryer-W0QQAdIdZ284361606

  3. Juliana
    July 17, 2011 at 9:03 pm

    Being looking around for the black philips air fryer… Let me know if you can get hold of one more! Thanks

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