1. Hi Diane,

      If you right click on the image to open it in a new tab then just go to print it like a normal webpage then that will work. Though if you download the image and open it in paint it will print it much bigger and it will then be easier to read.

      Kind regards


      1. I printed from the link, it is the length of a sheet of paper and about 1-1/2″ wide, you can’t read any of it

        1. Hi Donna,

          Sorry that it did not work for you. I have tried it on mine and the size was fine and i could read it ok. As an alternative try saving the image to your desktop or mobile device then you can still get the conversions when you need them.

          Kind Regards


      2. tried all suggested methods to print the chart but I still get it about an inch wide with the entire length fitting on the length of the paper (11 in). The printer doesn’t seem to want to split it onto multible pages

    1. Hi Sharon,

      If you right click the image and save it to your desktop. Then open it in paint then you can print from there.

      Kind regards


    1. Hi Bill,

      I think it’s a case of practice makes perfect.

      I have never personally made it myself, but we use the Airfryer a lot for bread and the airfryer is perfect for proving it in.

      Kind regards


    2. Cornbread?

      Try a pressure cooker, it is moist and the best way we cook it. Totally unbelievable, also cheese cakes.

      We use a small bundt pan.

      As for cornbread, mix the dry, mix the liquids, separately, then combine the two and don’t over work it, it should be majorly lumpy. Seriously, you will think it still needs mixing, but stop, the lumps will bake out.

      As soon as you start mixing you will cause bubbles to start, the rise, you don’t want to beat the gas out, there is just so much that will get generated, you need to start cooking as soon as you do that finally mix of dry and wet. Do not wait 1, 5, 10 minutes. Start baking immediately. This is also true of pancakes.

    1. Hi Jean,

      It works as a cheaper option to attaching a grill pan or a baking pan to your air fryer. You simply cut one to the shape of your air fryer basket and then you can use it on any recipe that would make the basket messy. For example its good for making burgers with, cookies etc.

  1. When you compliled the conversion charts, what was the wattage? Also,which fryer were you using at the time of creating them? Thank you!

    1. Hi Judy,

      The wattage of the Philips air fryer we were using at the time was 2100 watt. This is the european version so i do not know if it differs from the us specifications. The one were using and still are is this Philips Airfryer XXL just here:

      http://amzn.to/2tQbcX5 (Amazon Affiliate Link)

      Philips have upgraded all there air fryers so results i would have thought will be different for example cooking times will be reduced and they should more cost efficient with them been the newer models. The one we have which you can see on the link is a few years old now, so it is also a good time for us to upgrade 😉

      If you need anymore info please feel free to get in touch.


  2. Any recipes for an Air Fryer oven? Not only am I new to air frying but my new range’s oven is also an air fryer! HELP

  3. Since convection ovens can be used as air fryers with your gadgets are the charts the same? mine is a combo mcro/covection.

    1. Hi Sharon,

      The charts are made using a basket Philips air fryer, so you could try them but the size of the oven could be a problem as it will take longer to heat and then cook the food 🙂

  4. Is there a way to convert a stir fry recipe to AF and do you have to use a special pan? I bought a silicone red pot on a whim and don’t know what to do with it. My parchment liners seem to so the same job.

  5. Hi, thank you for this wonderful help on air fry cooking. The big problem I have is that my air fryer is the oven type not the pot type and the recipes out there are mostly for the type you have and I wonder if you know how to adjust our heat and time to work with your recipes. I have tried and can not do it. they do not cook the same.

    1. Hello Debra,

      We have a podcast episode especially for the air fryer oven, you can find it here:


      We try and cover most things to do with the air fryer oven in this episode. You can download it on your podcasts app or listen to it through the website.

      Thank you for your comment 🙂

  6. All air fryer recipes use a basket air fryer, I have an oven air fryer is everything recipes,etc. the same?

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