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Wolfgang Puck Air Fryer Oven with Rotisserie Review

hi guys so today I want to show you real
quick how to use the Wolfgang Puck
airfryer toaster oven for just regular
fries so basically I was 30 I got these
all right up fries you should I get like
the store-brand but these were cheaper
than the storm and today they were on
sale estate of Rose I do wanna make a
mention if you guys weren’t in that
larger oven that I showed in the first
video and I’ll have the end cap for the
first review where I just bake brownies
in this it’s on sale today and I don’t
know when that happened for 229 which is
an awesome price for that big machine
but it sounds like a lot of people had
problems with it with the timer breaking
after a few years
so yeah years I mean the other one I
have like I said I think I bought it
five or six years ago so it takes a
while but you can also buy a warranty
for it on top of whatever warranty might
already have right so I just wanna make
mention to that but you’ll see that so
basically this is not in here this
should be in here as people do that for
fries they want to make you know wings
like different things about the
information is not in here
but I went and re-watched some of the
videos knowing that Wolfgang Puck had
mentioned how he cooks the fries so I
saw all my stuff here I’ve still haven’t
used obviously the world’s history
function was to basically all these
things and if you missed the last video
remember to take this spit out of your
packaging is attached to some of the
styrofoam so hopefully you guys haven’t
thrown away I’ve had it with hope Hilsa
already say in my last video oh my gosh
you totally saved my life because I
would have thrown our way so this was
attached to the styrofoam packaging okay
we’re gonna be using this guy today and
I’m sure if you were gonna say why
didn’t you watch that right now I don’t
really care but go ahead and wash it
before you use it obviously my interior
I’m sure it’s made in China and has all
kinds of whatever things see it has no
discernible odor I’m good wash yours
okay so I’m gonna list aside for now and
it says whenever you use this basket you
always have to use the drip tray or this
tray I don’t know why this would be
there I guess just for it to sit on it
but it says to use one or the other and
normal
my son his videos he was using the tray
like this so I’m gonna go ahead and use
the tray just like this I’m gonna remove
this one and whenever you use an
airfryer function you want to have your
tray and the very bottom or in the
middle but usually the bottom racks is
what you’re aiming for let me close this
for a second first let’s throw some
baked potatoes on here and I’ll tell you
the settings and then he says to cook
them for 10 minutes so we’ll give it to
miss and see what it looks like and if
it needs more I’ll let it go longer but
right now these are crinkle fries which
I normally don’t buy anymore like
crinkle-cut fries but I didn’t want like
two bags of regular fries or shoestring
fries I mean how many of us are eating
I’m making pulled pork I didn’t want to
make a mention this is a pulled pork
that I use the slow cooker one I’ve been
using this for like a decade they for a
while it wasn’t on the market anymore or
the hit pulled in I’m like oh no cuz
this stuff is so great but its back on
it’s still like two or three dollars a
pack though it used to be like a buck so
if you see it get that stuff it’s really
good this in the core works slow cookers
think it’s enough because my son’s
trying to do a low carb diets I don’t
know if he’s into eat any of these just
cuz their fries I mean so this is what
it looks like right now and you do not
have to preheat especially for the
airfryer function so I’m just gonna
again slide it into that bottom okay
there we go and this is here so if you
read the functions in the book it says
that for air frying the four items up on
top turn on and nothing at the bottom
turns on so which is interesting the
elements and then there’s two and two
basically there’s two and – I don’t know
why’s this for oh they’re four there’s
four on top and two at the bottom so for
the airfryer all four on top turn on but
I’m gonna do that we’re going to put it
on 450 which is what he said so I have
it on 458 you know which is basically
the toast boil function I did want to
mention about that I toasted bread in
this this morning because I just like to
just heat up like hamburger buns with a
little butter on him so like today I ate
some pot roast that has left over for
lunch and I was like oh I want some
bread on the side of that you can put a
little garlic on there whatever I put in
here and make sure
it’s on toast boil if you haven’t just
on a high temperatures you think that’s
good enough where you want it to be not
as Brown it takes longer for it to toast
but it when you have it here it didn’t
burn it was perfectly toasted it was
gorgeous and it toasted in like two
minutes or less really but I had it
started off at 400 I’m like this is
taking forever
so just now go ahead and kick this too
down all the way to 450 toast boil we
need air fry some miss luck airfryer and
he says for this to be on high the speed
is gonna be on high and 10 minutes so
let me turn on to ten and somebody asked
me if I could tell them how this thing
how loud it is can you hear it so you
hear the timer tick tick tick ticking
which is typical of these one of the
machines I had from him and used to be
digital which was nice because it made
no sound but I don’t know how that
machine you just stopped working so we
can hear it just sounds like a fan it’s
not super loud or annoying in my opinion
but so 10 minutes I’m not gonna touch
them suppose who the Air Farce noise you
to recirculate or move them around you
can do that if you feel like you me too
but suppose you don’t have to so I’m not
gonna do it and we’ll see what it looks
like just want to show you we’re about
five minutes and I don’t see sorry about
that much going on a little sweaty kind
of look to the fries it looks like but
not a lot of browning yet so let’s just
let it go and keep going see what
happens I don’t think ten minutes is
gonna do it cuz that’s gonna be in like
a minute and these guys still are very
nice-looking but they’re not browned
really I mean let me open this what is
weird is that when you open it the light
turns off but let me pull this out there
okay I’m gonna give them a little shake
let’s do too much and I’m gonna put them
in for at least another I don’t know
what you guys think maybe seven minutes
I think cuz if that’s maybe almost twice
the time so let’s go back
I have it feelingly it would take about
20 minutes he said ten so I just did
that but I’m gonna let that go and I’ll
be back if they start browning like five
minutes from now or or they look done of
course I’ll let you guys know but I have
a feeling it’s gonna take that whole
time almost done extra there goes and I
hear them sizzling do you hear that
so let me see I remember that’s how the
brown Aziz get what do you think maybe
maybe that’s what’s going on I’m gonna
take these out and see how crispy they
sound no no they’re okay that’s not my
favorite I’m gonna give them another
five minutes cuz I like them crispy so
let’s go their little heat came out
little moisture came out when I opened
it and I’m gonna give him five more
minutes and then that’s my Mac so we did
ten we added seven even though we had
one left so let’s say sixteen let’s do
five more that’s 21 to 20 ish minutes
and hopefully they’ll be ready okay a
little bit weird because it just Dean
that went off but the the air is still
going off you hear that anyway let’s
open this okay this looks better this
looks better
yeah definitely much better so you know
Wolfgang except ten minutes and maybe he
just wanted to speed it up too you know
I don’t know why but I think people
should be honest because then when
you’re here and you’re like oh I’m Missy
I’m not super crunchy that’s pretty good
for note oil I can probably do another
few minutes but they’re getting kind of
almost stale like hard not crispy
anymore you know I’m saying so I put
that one down Missy Zeus this one was
towards the back you can hear that
yeah they’re getting a little bit hard
around the edges they’re salty alright
as it is so I’m not gonna salt them
which kind of surprised me so again that
could be just alright uh you know that I
guess I don’t mean no don’t get crinkle
cut because it’s not my favorite type
but um so yeah I took about 21 22
minutes
so hopefully that helps you guys out as
far as the settings right you know with
different a toes maybe takes different
but different timing but the settings
should be again 450 airfryer high and
then just go with it
alright thanks for watching guys and
I’ll see you at the next one okay a
follow up so I feel like I did a little
injustice and saying that they weren’t
all that great my kids ate them they had
seconds a little one my son everyone
from the oldest to the smallest you know
19 to 5 they loved them and so you know
I always eat way after they do so I’m
barely sitting down to eat and I’m
tasting them like they are pretty good
maybe because they were kind of just hot
still coming out of me I don’t know
they’re good they’re nice and crispy and
then I was thing about well they’re
fried okay but usually I baked them in
loved it anyway I never fright like
french fries I mean I’m saying I in oil
so I think they’re crispier than I
normally would get them in the oven but
you guys can tell me what and your
benefits of air frying are and what you
like to airfryer and that’ll give me
some ideas to to do but um yeah they’re
pretty good so alright guys we’ll see
you the next one bye now

Wolfgang Puck Air Fryer Buyers’ Guide

How to cook chicken nuggets in Wolfgang Puck air fryer?

Start by putting the air fryer on a steady and flat surface and remove the basket by pulling out the handle. Put your frozen chicken nuggets inside the air fryer basket and place it back into the housing until it is securely inside. Plug the air fryer into the wall socket, and the power light will turn on. Turn the temperature dial to 400 degrees and the timer to 12 minutes. The heat indicating light will turn on and then off to maintain the set temperature. When the set time is over, the timer knob will automatically turn the air fryer off, and you can turn the machine off early by turning the dial to the 0 (off) option. Once finished, the signal will ring, unplug it from the wall and enjoy your nuggets.

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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.