ChefWave Vs. SARKI Who Has The Best Large Air Fryer?
ChefWave Vs. SARKI who has the best large air fryer?
I’ve always loved eating fried food. French fries, crispy chicken nuggets, fried turkey breasts, or fried fish fillet— all are my favorites . That is until cholesterol and triglycerides caught up with me. When my physician strictly prohibited me from eating fried food, I discovered the magical world of air frying.
In the initial stages, I was skeptical wondering are air fryers are healthy or not? After extensive research I learnt that an air fryer uses hot air circulation, to cook all the ingredients of traditional fry food without using any oil.
Food cooked in an air fryer is low fat, free from toxic acrylamide formation, and tastes delicious too. My entire family is now benefiting from healthy and delicious eating, all thanks to a large air fryer I brought home last Christmas.
What to look for while buying an air fryer?
An air fryer is an essential appliance for modern kitchens. The market is flooded with a plethora of different air fryers. If you are thinking of buying an air fryer, here are some important parameters you need to keep in mind:
· Size: Air fryers vary in size. In fact, some air fryers are really big in dimensions. Compare your kitchen or pantry shelf measurements with the air fry-er dimensions to ensure it fits on your kitchen counter.
· Capacity: Air fryer capacity ranges from approximately 1.8 to 2.5 pounds which is ideal for cooking smaller items like French fries and chips, but if you are looking for family use, you may need an air fryer with bigger capacity.
· Features: Some features that make a great air fryer are a timer, depart-mental cooking, temperature controls, and cooking settings.
· Warranty: A good quality air fryer would provide a longer warranty than its cheaper counterparts.
SARKI XL Fryer Review:
The SARKI XL Fryer is ideal for families. It comes with a 12 Qt extra large capacity which makes it very easy to cook for large families. It is really convenient to see the items being fried through its large visible window. Bottomline is you don’t have to worry about burnt or over-cooked food any longer.
Its automatic stirring blade makes sure the food gets evenly cooked. It has a double-heat element feature that is really helpful as it makes cooking food relatively faster process.
The Sarki XL fryer allows cooking fried food without oil. I’ve tried onion rings, potato chips, French fries, and chicken nuggets, and was astonished by the amazing texture of the food as I took it out of the fryer.
All my favourite foods turned out to be crispy and delicious. Imagine a reduction of 80% fat without compromising on the taste.
I think the SARKI XL Fryer is one of the most versatile air fryers on the market today. The air fryer includes a grill rack, a cooking stove, chicken roaster rack, and a pizza pan. I was initially doubtful about its baking abilities, but the quality of the cupcakes, cookies, and apple pies I made in it more than cleared up all my doubts.
Grilling and roasting are also quite convenient with this fryer. If you prefer grilled chicken, fish, and eggs, the grill feature in the Sarki XL Fryer will leave you a happy soul. It is also great for cooking meat and pork. I seldom use the griller for healthy veggies like asparagus, corn, sweet potato, and even zucchini as well.
The best part about Sarki XL is the pizza tray. It gives me such a delight to cook a fresh dough pizza in the air fryer. Such remarkable use of technology!
I guess the only downside to the Sarki XL Fryer is that a silver stainless steel finish would have been better than the boring black.
ChefWave 12.6 Quart Air Fryer Review:
The ChefWave Air Fryer and Dehydrator has a cooking capacity of 12.6 Qt which is also ideal for family cooking.
Cooking with the ChefWave 12.6 QT can be quite easy even for beginners with the help of its multipurpose pre-set options. It comes with 16 different pre-set modes that can be easily seen on its smart digital display panel. I tried several pre-set options like chicken, steak, fries, and pizza and was pleasantly surprised at the results.
I also liked the fact that it always produces evenly cooked food with perfect texture. The ChefWave 12.6QT’s 360°air rotation and powerful 1600Watt machine ensure that food is cooked not just quickly but also evenly. The dual racks of this fry-er are also every cook’s fantasy: the racks make it convenient to cook two of your favourite foods at the same time. It saves me cooking as well as cleaning time.
I was also quite impressed with the ChefWave 12.6 QT’s warming options. I could use the same machine for defrosting, dehydrating, cooking, and warming. Unbelievable isn’t it!
The ChefWave 12.6 QT also offers multipurpose usage. Along with frying, it is pretty good for other cooking processes like barbecue, stir-fry, broil, grill, and bake.
In fact, I was quite surprised to see the barbecue and stir-fry options on an air fryer. The barbecued corn, chicken, and fish turned out to be delectable delicacies. Without any doubt, the stir-fry option truly left my mouth watering. A Stir-fried medley of veggies like Brussel sprouts, asparagus, bok choy, broccoli, bamboo shoots, and tofu was an absolute delight.
The ChefWave 12.6 QT is easy to clean and maintain. All I need to do is remove its drip pan that collects the residue grease, oil, crumbs, and liquids, and it’s ready for the next cooking session.
It’s quite difficult to find faults with such brilliant kitchen equipment. I just wish it was a little bit lighter on the pocket.
SARKI XL Fryer Vs. ChefWave 12.6 Quart Air Fryer and Dehydrator: Final Word
Though both the machines are fantastic in terms of air frying, I would rank the ChefWave 12.6 QT higher than the Sarki XL Fryer for its unrivaled versatility. Its barbecue and stir-fry mode, 16 pre-set modes, and the defrost-dehydrate options make the ChefWave 12.6QT a multi-purpose and cost-effective kitchen appliance that every health-conscious cook dreams of.