Oprah Winfrey has found a food product that is her favorite thing and celebrities such First Lady Michelle Obama and Tori Spelling feel the same way about ActiFry from T-Fal.
There is a fantastic food product that makes heathy eating easier and Oprah can't stop talking about it. She is even sharing photos of this innovative kitchen appliance. Celebrities who share her opinion include First Lady Michelle Obama, Tori Spelling and Holly Robinson Peete. Now people are looking for recipes to make in the amazing ActiFry from T-Fal.
What is the T-Fal ActiFry?
Everyone enjoys fried foods but don't want the extra fat associated with them. The T-Fal ActiFry is a unique alternative to traditional deep fryers. It cooks food differently, making it possible to enjoy your fried favorites again. The low fat multi-cooker uses just a teaspoon of oil to create tasty homemade meals. This cooked method was developed as a result of a patented design and technology. The ActiFry used pulsating heat technology with an automatic stirring paddle to evenly distribute the oil used to cook a meal.
The ActiFry has a ceramic-coated non-stick pan that is easy to remove and clean with a transparent lid that cooks steam-free. The bowl can also be cleaned in a dishwasher. ActiFry comes in black or white to match any kitchen design. Now French fries are no longer a no-no and you can nibble on them without guilt. The ActiFry can be used to make all kinds of foods including meat, vegetables, poultry, fruits, grains and desserts. It transforms a variety of foods into low-calories, health-conscious meals. What will all of this cost? The appliance is available for about $250 at retailers such as Target and Bed, Bath and Beyond. At that price, buyers want to know it really works.
Celebrities Like Oprah Are Raving About ActiFry
Many new appliances hit the market and few of us have money to try them all. We want to know it works before we make the investment. Oprah Winfrey is known to offer outstanding advice about new products ranging from books to appliances. The T-Fal Actifry is now her favorite thing. Recently she took to Instagram and Twitter to post photos and say, “This machine...T-Fal ActiFry has changed my life. And they're not paying me to say it.” Oprah has struggled with her weight like many of us and is always searching for new ways to improve your diet.
Other celebrities are also using the T-Fal ActiFry to prepare healthier meals. First Lady Michelle Obama has been the face of healthier schools lunches and she is using it. Other celebrities who use it include Tori Spelling, Holly Robinson Peete, Kerry Washington, Michelle Trachtenberg and Chef Marc Forgione. Below is a video of Chef Ming using the T-Fal ActiFry for gourmet Asian cooking. Peete said about the appliance, “Looooove my Actifry! Made fries with 1 tablespoon of oil!” One spoon of oil makes 2 pounds of French fries to feed a hungry crew.
Cooking with the T-Fal ActiFry
While just about any meal can be prepared in the T-Fal ActiFry, it helps to have a recipe to get started. The T-Fal website features this mouthwatering selection to test out this revolutionary new appliance.
ActiFried Chicken with Peanuts and Orange Juice
Preparation Time:10 minutes
Cooking Time:15 minutes
1 lb 5 oz cubed boneless chicken breast
2 oz unsalted peanuts, coarsely chopped
3 1/2 fl oz orange juice
1 to 2 ActiFry spoon sherry vinegar
10 fl oz low-salt chicken stock
1/2 ActiFry spoon cooking oil
fresh coriander leaves
1 chopped onion
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1/4 Actifry spoon cornflour (optional)
salt and pepper
1. Cook the onion for 5 minutes in the ActiFry and add the seasoned chicken cubes and the peanuts.
2. Cook for another 2 minutes and add the garlic and coriander leaves. Continue cooking for 1 minute.
3. Add the orange juice and the vinegar. Cook for 2 minutes and add the chicken stock. Cooking for 5 minutes. Thicken with cornflour if you want.
4. Adjust the seasoning and serve with white rice.
More recipes from ActiFry and the people who use the appliance are available at the T-Fal website with selections ranging from shrimp to fried bananas.
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