OKAY, SO YOU GUYS KNOW THIS IS MY DREAM 🤣 I’ve (finally) teamed up with @phillips to showcase my beautiful, shiny, perfect new cooking appliance, the Philips Airfryer XXL with Smart Sensing Technology You guys know my airfryer antics, I have come to realise that not all airfryers are the same and this new one has got me ALL EXCITED!! It literally has a feature that cooks your food to perfection so all you need to do is press a button & its DONEEE!!!
I originally got my airfryer because I wanted to use less oil when cooking (I.e. less incidental fat into my meals) because my inner Greek comes out pouring like it’s nothin!! And it has not only worked a treat, but basically replaced my oven 🤣🤷🏼♀️ If this airfryer isn’t on your Christmas list.... YOU GOTTA GET ON IT!
A few common questions:
✅ I have the XXL and would recommend always going the bigger size (even if you cook for 1-2!)
✅ Its easy to clean, I put everything in the dishwasher
✅ You use SOME oil, but it cuts out 90% of the need
✅ Yes you can absolutely bake in there! Brownies, cupcakes... it’s all possible
Cook Time: ~12-15 minutes
1 salmon fillet
1 fresh spring onion – finely sliced
1 fresh chilli – deseeded and finely chopped
1-2 garlic cloves – crushed or sliced
2cm ginger, grated
3-4 fresh coriander or mint sprigs, roughly chopped
2 Tbsp. Soy sauce
1 Tbsp. Organic honey
1 Tsp sesame seeds
Cooked brown rice and some asian greens (optional)
1. To a mixing bowl, add the fresh salmon, spring onion, chilli, garlic, ginger, coriander, soy sauce, honey and sesame seeds. Mix well and coat thoroughly. Leave to marinate for 30 minutes to an hour.
2. On a sheet of baking paper, wrap the salmon up into a parcel and use a toothpick too close. Place the parcel inside your Smart Sense Airfryer and turn the dial to the Fish setting. Press the start button and allow the machine to judge the perfect cook time. If you are not using a Smart Sense Machine, use the fish setting ad turn to 180 degrees celsius for 12-15 minutes, depending on your liking.
3. Once cooked, serve with rice and some stir fried asian greens.
Hope you Love this recipe!
Love, Leah x