Lockdown has focused all of us and when you only have one delivery a week some frozen food becomes the norm.
Over the last year we have bought many types of fresh and frozen chips. Maris Piper potatoes seem to give better fresh cut chips but with one major downside…oil.
There is nothing worse than the smell of oil in someones kitchen. The whole kitchen feels and looks greasy and I should know…that was my older kitchen.
This time we are determined to have a fat free kitchen so with a lot of experimentation I bring you my clear winners both fresh and frozen chips all done in the Air Fryer.
We now use an Air fryer called a Ninja Foodi (OP300UK) for all our chips both fresh and frozen, why the Ninja, it has a great capacity of 6L. All you need to remember is to open the lid about half way through and move the chips in a circular motion.
There are a wide variety of frozen chips out there but if you are after the good old fashioned chip flavour with a good crispy coating look no further than the Taste the Difference, triple cooked frozen chips from Sainsburys all done in the Air Fryer.
If you prefer fresh chips that cook very well in your Air Fryer without any extra oil check out the new Albert Bartlett Classic Fries from Lidl at £1.35 or Sainsburys at £1.50.
With all of us in Lockdown at the moment paying the extra at Sainsburys may be a safer option as Sainsbury’s will deliver your weekly shopping. Note. Dont over cook these I find 11 minutes in the Ninja Foodie at 210 degrees does the trick.
As far as fat content is concerned both these frozen and fresh chips are about the same with just over 9g of fat.