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Love fried food? Wings, fries, you name it: The moment you cook anything in hot oil, it immediately tastes a zillion times better.
Air fryers still give you that delicious “crispy on the outside, soft on the inside” texture, but use significantly less oil than traditional deep frying methods. They're also wildly easy to use. One favorite among Amazon reviewers are the Dash air fryers, and they’re on sale for Thanksgiving!
Pick one up before it’s out of stock! Here are your options:
This Dash air fryer uses hot air to make crispy food, which reduces added fat by up to 80 percent. The basket can handle up to 2 quarts of fries, wings, or veggies. All you have to do is throw ‘em in, set the timer and temp, and you’re good to go! It automatically shuts off once your delicious snack is ready to be served, so you don’t have to worry about accidentally leaving it on while you’re in another part of your house. With over 2,383 perfect five-star reviews, you’ll be in good company if you grab one for yourself.
“This little air fryer is the bomb!” one shopper gleefully shared. “It is so cute and convenient and so easy to clean. The food is delicious and fun to cook. Even made homemade donuts. Would highly recommend.”
If you’re looking for an air fryer that’s got a tad more room, this model can fit up to three quarts of baked goods, veggies, you name it. Like the smaller version, it reduces fat content by up to 80 percent as opposed to traditional frying methods, and it can cook your meal in less time than it takes to preheat your oven. Neat, right? Thousands of reviewers think so.
“The perfect size!” one shopper reported. “This is my second Dash Air Fryer, I love my compact version but this is the perfect step-up for having a few friends over without it being gigantic. Perfect tater tots with enough to share!”
A major business group is urging Australia's governments not to panic over the emergence of a new coronavirus variant and stifle the economic recovery from the recent round of state lockdowns.The national cabinet will convene on Monday or Tuesday to discuss the latest variant, Omicron, which has already found its way into Australia with three cases suspected in NSW.
Two cases of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Canada, provincial health officials say.The cases of the variant, which was first detected in southern Africa last week, were reported in two people in Ottawa who had recently travelled to Nigeria, the Ontario government said on Sunday.
Napoli have produced a dazzling display to mark the first anniversary of Diego Maradona's death when they stormed to a 4-0 win over Lazio to move three points clear at the top of Serie A.Club great Maradona died on November 25 last year and to mark the anniversary Napoli unveiled a statue inside the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium pre-match and wore shirts with the Argentine's face on them for the Lazio clash.
NBL coaches will have the ability to contest referees' decisions under a new challenge system introduced for the 2021-22 season, which tips off on Friday night.Each team can request a "coach's challenge" at any stage of a game and will retain their ability to challenge a decision until they are unsuccessful.
Victoria has recorded another 1007 new COVID-19 infections and three deaths, as authorities warn new international quarantine measures could be extended.The health department confirmed on Monday the state is now managing 11,501 active COVID-19 cases.
The federal government plans to build a nuclear waste dump near the rural South Australian town of Kimba.The government has acquired 211 hectares at Napandee, 24km west of Kimba, for the facility subject to heritage, design and technical studies.
A NSW man has been charged with numerous offences after he allegedly fired shots on the street and barricaded himself inside a dive shop near Wollongong.Police were called to Windang on Sunday morning following reports of shots being fired.
A 52-year-old man from Sydney's northwest will face court charged with producing and possessing child abuse material.On January 12, detectives went to a Riverstone house after receiving information a man had allegedly been accessing child abuse material.
Rain is easing in NSW but widespread flooding is still occurring as dams and rivers overflow onto saturated grounds and another front is threatening to bring further downpours later this week.The state's west and Upper Hunter are copping the worst of it and the State Emergency Service has rescued 13 people from flood waters in the past 24 hours.
US stocks have closed lower, with the Dow and S&P; 500 suffering their biggest one-day percentage drops in months and pandemic-hit sectors that had gained from a reopening falling sharply after a new coronavirus mutation was found.Authorities worldwide reacted with alarm on Friday to the coronavirus variant found in South Africa, with the European Union, US and the UK among those tightening border controls as researchers sought to establish if it was vaccine-resistant.
The Omicron coronavirus variant is spreading around the world, with new cases found in the Netherlands, Denmark and Australia even as more countries imposed travel restriction to try to seal themselves off.The World Health Organisation (WHO) says it's not yet clear whether Omicron, first detected in Southern Africa, is more transmissible than other variants, or if it causes more severe disease.
Jorginho had to atone for a major error to score from the penalty spot and earn Premier League leaders Chelsea a 1-1 draw against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.But Chelsea, who had largely dominated proceedings, have seen their gap at the top cut to just one point after champions Manchester City beat West Ham 2-1 in the snow at the Etihad on Sunday.
Virgil Abloh, fashion's highest profile Black designer and the creative mind behind Louis Vuitton's menswear collection, has died of cancer, Vuitton's owner LVMH said.LVMH said Abloh, 41, had been battling cancer privately for years.
Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has hailed Callum McGregor for inspiring his teammates with "bags of energy" after his skipper claimed an assist and winner against Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.McGregor set up Jota for the opener on Sunday and after Lewis Ferguson levelled from the spot, the Scotland midfielder diverted the ball home on the hour mark to earn Celtic a 2-1 win that keeps them on the heels of their eternal rivals Rangers.
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa has slammed rich Western countries for their knee-jerk imposition of travel bans following the latest Omicron coronavirus outbreak.South African officials are furious about a British ban on flights from southern African countries.
Ethiopia's state media says it has seized the town of Chifra from Tigrayan rebel forces, but the government is denying a separate deadly attack on a Sudanese army post.Sudanese military forces say six soldiers were killed in an attack by Ethiopia on an army post near the border between the countries.
Croatia have followed up their Davis Cup Finals victory over Australia - a triumph which effectively knocked out Lleyton Hewitt's side - by powering into the knock-out stages.The Croats, who'd beaten Australia 3-0 last Thursday, defeated Hungary 2-1 on Sunday to seal their Group D triumph and set up a quarter-final against hosts Italy in Turin.
France is ready for a serious discussion with the UK on issues relating to illegal migration, but will not be held hostage to London's domestic politics, the country's Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin says.The two countries are already at loggerheads over post-Brexit trading rules and fishing rights and last week relations soured further after 27 people died trying to cross the Channel.
Staff at a pub cut off by snow are preparing a karaoke evening as they expect guests to be unable to escape for a third night.On Friday, 61 people became trapped in the Tan Hill Inn in the Yorkshire Dales as a result of heavy snowfall during Storm Arwen, but some guests have claimed they "don't want to leave" after enjoying the 17th-century hotel's hospitality.
Rising Australian golf star Steph Kyriacou has ended her Ladies European Tour season by banking a 70,000 Euro ($A112,000) windfall - the perfect late brirthday present before she undertakes a marathon journey to the US in a bid to earn her card on the LPGA Tour.Kyriacou won a 50,000 Euro ($A80,000) bonus for finishing third in the Tour's season-long Order of Merit following a joint-fifth finish on Sunday at the concluding Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de Espana, which also earned her another 20,0