Why You Should Position Your Air Fryer Under The Stove Hood

Air fryers have taken the world of small appliances by storm over the last decade. These tiny convection oven-like contraptions are primarily used to create fried foods without the use of fat-heavy oils, but users have found many other uses for them, such as cooking meatloaf or making French toast.

Air fryers can release smoke and steam.

Using an air fryer is arguably even easier than using an oven. This is because these small appliances usually don’t need to be preheated, and many of them have baskets and trays that are dishwasher safe, which makes for easy cleanup. But if you are planning to use an air fryer, you might want to place it under your stove’s hood before powering it up.


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