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  1. 5 stars
    Looks like a delicious meal. We eat a ton of chicken so always looking for new way to fix a chicken meal.

  2. 5 stars
    I have just subscribed to your site, I have found that you don’t stipulate what size air fryer you are using, as a single person your chicken dinner recipe is too big for my air fryer
    I would like (if you can) to see recipes for the smaller 2.2 Litre Fryer

    1. Hi Graham,

      We use the Philips XL air fryer, but until we start using a smaller air fryer you can press the slider on the serving area of the recipe card and it will decrease the amounts needed for how many portions you want to make 🙂

  3. 5 stars
    Got to love this idea, all these cooked perfectly but i had to decrease the portions as my air fryer is a standard size not an XL like yours 🙂

  4. Hi there. My beautiful 79 year young bride gave me a 3 litre air fryer just before she passed away to make sure I eat so I’m just learning. I’m sorry if this sounds silly but I’m keen to try the same amount of vegies but with 2 boneless chicken breasts so I have left overs. I’m sorry if I sound thick but how could I try that? Many thanks, Aussie Jack.

    1. Hi Jack,

      Sorry to hear about your young bride but happy she helped you with buying the air fryer, we have alot of people who cook for them selves with the air fryer and they find it so useful. Ok follow the instructions with regards to the vegetables as you want the same amount, but the chicken breasts will cook alot quicker than the whole chicken, so if you put the breasts on top of the vegetables for 15 minutes but after 7 turn them and then try the temperature, if over 75c/150f then they are good to go and put them to the side and continue cooking the veg, meatballs and sausages if you are doing those until all is cooked.

      Any problems just leave a comment here or send us a email 🙂

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