Planning lots of summer entertaining? You need some help in the kitchen. If you haven't yet treated yourself and your family to an air fryer, well, now's the time. Because the Ultrean Air Fryer, with more than 24,000 perfect five star reviews on Amazon, is almost 50% off for the 4th of July, and it will, quite simply, change your life.
If healthier food is a priority, remember that an air-fryer works with little to no oil. It's an easy way to de-grease your diet, while keeping plenty of fun (and crunch) in your life. Amazon shoppers have found a winner in the Ultrean Air Fryer. And right now, in celebration of the holiday, it's down from $96 to just $50. This is the lowest price we've seen for this model!
This sleek solution to healthier and easier cooking creates wonder meals with less effort than your regular fryer and cooking pan.
This nifty 4.2-quart device can grill, roast, bake and fry, all without any oil. It does this by circulating hot air, which crisps up veggies, wings and more. No splatters, no extra fat, no mess, and all the flavor of your favorite fried food. Easy and delicious, with minimal effort on your part.
Folks are seriously hooked. Says a five-star fan: "I admit that I was wary about buying this — or any — air fryer. But I have been nothing but thrilled with the results. First, the food comes out fantastic — and the cleanup is quite easy. Second, it is super-easy to use. A quick 3-minute warm up at the desired cooking temp, and then you place the food in the nice-sized basket, set the temp and time, and you are done!"
Even grill masters are shocked by how perfect their wings turned out. Writes one: "I absolutely LOVE this air fryer. I have been so hesitant over the years, but I am thoroughly impressed. So far I’ve cooked wings, salmon and asparagus in it. Do yourself a favor and purchase!!"
One shopper even said it was "the best kitchen appliance ever," adding that it "cooks faster than the oven and tastes better. Easy to use, no grease, better for your health. Super easy to clean. I wish I would have gotten one a long time ago!"
Other shoppers shared how much they love the appliance for veggies, including cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. It's also a great way to trick kids into trying something new, or trick your palette into thinking you’re eating something significantly more caloric than you really are.
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