The air fryer doesn't really cook your food; instead, it functions more like an enhanced countertop convection oven. (However, keep in mind that air-frying and baking are two different things.)
The little device, patented by Philips Electronics Company, makes the bold claim that it can replicate the effects of deep-frying using just hot air and little to no oil.
Over the past several years, this device has been more popular; as of July 2020, about 40% of U.S. homes had one, according to market research company NPD Group.
You may air fry a variety of foods, including fresh baked cookies, roasted veggies, handmade french fries, and frozen chicken wings.
A heating system and fan are located in the upper portion of an air fryer. When you turn on the fryer,
hot air rushes down and around the food that you have placed in the basket. This quick circulation gives the meal a crisp texture similar to deep-frying without the need of oil.