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Actifry-more than chips?

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HermioneHatesHoovering Wed 17-Oct-12 08:29:27

If you use your Actifry for more than chips, could you please post the recipes and methods here please.

Thank you grin

Catniss Wed 17-Oct-12 08:30:48

Frozen sausages don't need any oil and they are beautiful.

Spag bol.

Fried onions if you need loads. I love my actifry and its great when you are dieting (which I am) and fancy some chips. I put my potatoes in it as normal, only use 1tbsp oil and then add spices. Yum!

HermioneHatesHoovering Wed 17-Oct-12 08:35:04

Wouldn't the spag bol "leak out" through the middle hole?

redlac Wed 17-Oct-12 08:43:50

Watching with interest cos I only do chips and frozen sausages in mine

KnockKnockPenny Wed 17-Oct-12 12:53:30

I have put in toms, courgette, onions & mushrooms to make a kind of ratatouille.

justanothertenminutes Wed 17-Oct-12 13:04:04

Frozen sausages ?! How did I not know this? How long do they take?

Catniss Wed 17-Oct-12 19:53:00

I put frozen sausages in for about 30 minutes.

justanothertenminutes Thu 18-Oct-12 16:37:45

Thanks Catniss, I'll be giving that a try

HappyDogRedDogToss Mon 01-Apr-13 18:25:53

Just bumping to ask: how is it with fish fingers?

MyLifeIsStillChaotic Mon 01-Apr-13 18:30:14

Did you get the recipe book with it? I have only tried one recipe (the pineapple chicken), but it was lovely.

HappyDogRedDogToss Mon 01-Apr-13 21:20:38

I haven't got one- fish fingers are my tipping point grin

Scootergrrrl Wed 03-Apr-13 10:29:36

I use mine to make fajitas - put the spices, onions, peppers, courgettes or whatever in to cook for a bit then add the chicken.
The children also like little cubed potatoes cooked with a bit of paprika and salt instead of plain chips.
I wouldn't use mine for fish fingers though. I think it'd knock all the coating off.

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