Air fryer ovens offer more space to cook (and dehydrate if you want to!) in a single layer through the use of multiple racks. The one downside is you have to rotate the racks for the most even results. In our tests, the Power XL Air Fryer Pro required the least maintenance during cooking, producing evenly browned chicken wings on the top and middle racks. It also made crispy fries in the rotating basket although we prefer cooking them on the racks for quicker and crispier results. Another perk of most air fryer ovens is their ability to cook like a rotisserie — it took the Air Fryer Pro less than one hour to make a juicy, four-pound chicken; plus, it comes with skewers for kebabs. Juices collect on a removable, dishwasher safe drip tray, and the door removes for easier cleaning.
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