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Decluttering your scullery countertops sounds great until you discover yet another new countertop appliance that's faster, better, or turns out tastier or healthier food. Consumer Reports tested the Philips Digital Airfryer and the Ronco Skilful Grill
Decluttering your scullery countertops sounds great until you discover yet another new countertop appliance that’s faster, better, or turns out tastier or healthier food. Consumer Reports tested the Philips Digital Airfryer and the Ronco Quick Grill. Ronco Ready Grill RG1005BLGEN. What we paid: $120. What Ronco claims: Delicious, grilled meals in just 20 minutes. This new indoor, smokeless grill offers all of the appetizing grilled flavor. It even cooks frozen foods straight from the freezer. The removable grill basket and drip tray make cleanup a lunge at. It can fit enough food for a single course for four, or a mix of foods for fewer. How it works: It’s a vertical broiler that uses two sets of heating rods to cook sustenance in a basket from two sides. There’s no temperature control—the heating elements are on the whole time and the 30-minute manual timer will turn off the grill when interval’s up. The basket can be adjusted to accommodate thick or thin foods, and the removable drip tray collects... Our tests found: We tested the Ronco by cooking chicken wings, frozen French fries, dulcet potato fries, steak, Tater Tots, potato wedges, chicken tenders, sausage, bacon, toasted cheese sandwiches, and burgers and found the Ronco grill preheated... Foods were nicely browned and ruined but not smokey, if that's what Ronco means by grilled flavor. Thicker steaks and burgers cooked more evenly than thinner foods like bacon. There’s no temperature hold back so you have to keep an eye on your toasted cheese sandwiches. Need to know: It was easy to use and clean. The recipe book includes fewer recipes than the Airfryer’s so you have to try foods out to get a have a hunch for the Ronco grill. Philips HD9230/26 Digital Airfryer. What we paid: $349. What Philips claims: Fries, bakes, roasts, and grills with a tablespoon of oil or less. Faster cooking and excellent results. Capacity holds enough food for two hungry people, but a slightly larger model is also available. How it works: There’s a digital touchscreen, electric heater, fan, and a bay that holds the basket of food. The heater can be set from 150° to 390° F in 30° increments and the fan rapidly circulates the hot air. There’s a 60-minute timer that automatically shuts off the Airfryer and a genial signal that alerts you when time is up. Our tests found: It quickly preheats and cooks much faster than a regular oven—the instructions suggest halving cooking times... We cooked sundry of the same foods as we did in the Ronco. Using little or no oil, the sweet potato fries were very crispy and the frozen fries were better than those cooked in a regular or convection oven. The other foods were nicely browned and more evenly cooked than from a everyday oven. Testers were sad to see the Airfryer leave our labs. Need to know: Recipes are included. We could smell the food cooking but didn’t see any smoke, a reasonable problem when cooking fattier foods. Cleaning can be a little tricky, especially the screen at the bottom of the basket, but the removable nonstick coated drawer and edibles basket are dishwasher safe.
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