Enjoy crisp foods with less guilt.
We didn't think it was possible, but pressure cookers have become even more versatile. These models have an air-fry mode, and some have additional time-saving programs. Ready to make family meals faster, healthier and more delicious? Of course you are.
Does It All
It comes with two lids: one for frying and one for pressure cooking.
Choose from 11 one-touch cooking programs, such as sauté, steam, roast or bake. The extras contribute to the worth-it factor: a multi-level air fryer basket, protective pad and storage cover, broil/dehydrate tray and steam rack with handles. You might never use your oven again.
Small But Mighty
This offers great value.
Good things come in small packages. Featuring a 5-quart cooking pot and 3-quart air-fry capacity, this gadget takes up minimal space, but it can still hold a 4-pound chicken in its pot. While the Foodi lacks the sous vide, broil, dehydrate and keep-warm modes that pricier models have, it does have a yogurt setting.
Like pressure cookers, this has buttons that take the guesswork out of setting different dishes’ cooking times and modes.
This sleek gadget is dedicated to air frying and related tasks such as roasting, broiling, baking, reheating and dehydrating, and it all happens faster than your oven can handle. There are a number of sizes; the 6-quart version can fit a large serving of food, such as 2 pounds of fries.