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Mother’s Day Giveaway with Philips

How many hours a week do you spend in the kitchen, cooking meals and cleaning up? As a busy mom with a hectic schedule, I’m often flustered with dinner time… planning, shopping, preparing, cooking and then clean up. I welcome any appliance and recipe that makes my life a little easier.

If I can reduce the amount of time spent in the kitchen, I’m all over it. My husband works late hours so I do most of the cooking during the week. I do enjoy cooking, but sometimes mama needs a little break! It’s a challenge to prepare delicious meals the whole family will enjoy, fast and simplified – every night of the week. It becomes exhausting.

What’s your Mother’s Day tradition? Do your kids make you breakfast in bed? Does hubby prepare you a lovely lunch? Or do you go to your favourite restaurant for brunch or dinner?

Going out for lunch or dinner on Mother’s Day is ideal, however, the restaurants are usually packed. A nice meal prepared at home by the kids and the husband would be appreciated. With the Philips Airfryer, preparing a meal for mom is easy peasy.

The Philips Airfryer is just that – it cooks and fries your food with hot air, which means you can enjoy the fried taste of cooking without all of the oil. Using Rapid Air Technology, you can fry, bake, grill, broil, braise and caramelize your food in less time and right on your counter-top.

Philips Airfryer

The adjustable temperature control up to 390 degrees allows you to cook a variety of food. It has a 1.8 lb cooking basket capacity which is enough for a family of four, but because it cooks so quickly, you can cook several batches in no time. It also has a 30-minute timer with ready signal and auto shut-off, so you don’t have to keep your eye on it diligently, as you would if you’re grilling. Clean up is a snap; the basket comes out so you can wash and the bucket is also washable and dishwasher safe.

The Philips Airfryer comes with a recipe book to help inspire you – you can cook spring rolls, chicken wings, frittatas, even desserts! Also available is the new XL Digital Airfryer, which has 2.65 lb cooking capacity for larger families. It retails for $249.00 – $299.00, and is available at Hudson’s Bay, Williams-Sonoma, Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Outfitters, Home Hardware, Amazon.ca, Costco.ca, Best Buy and Future Shop.

Well guess what?!? The lovely people at Philips are giving an amotherworld reader a Philips Airfryer of their very own!

The Philips Mother’s Day Giveaway, valued at $350, will include:

  • Philips Airfryer
  • Philips Airfryer Grill Pan
  • Grocery gift card
  • Apron

Philips Airfryer Prize Pack

ENTER TO WIN

To enter this fabulous Mother’s Day giveaway, please use the Rafflecopter below to enter this giveaway. Ends midnight May 10th. Canada only!

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Good luck and Happy Mother’s Day!

How to Make Chicken Legs That Taste Fried

Unless you deep fry chicken legs, how can you make chicken legs that taste fried? It might sound impossible to bake chicken legs that are crispy on the outside, yet juicy on the inside, without either burning them, or drying them out.

Well now you can! Here’s how to make crispy chicken legs that taste fried. What makes the huge difference is the way you cook the chicken. I’ve baked chicken legs before and they take quite some time to achieve the crispiness my family desires. Once I tried cooking them in the Philips Airfryer, I won’t go back!

The Philips Airfryer is just that – it cooks and fries your food with hot air, which means you can enjoy the fried taste of cooking without all of the oil. Using Rapid Air Technology, you can fry, bake, grill, broil, braise and caramelize your food in less time and right on your counter-top.

If I can reduce the amount of time spent in the kitchen, I’m thrilled. As a busy mom and with a hectic schedule, there are many days I’m flustered with dinner time… so I welcome any device and recipe that makes my life a little easier.

How to make chicken legs that taste fried

Ingredients

10 chicken drumsticks

1 tablespoon oil (I prefer grape seed oil)

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon onion powder

1 teaspoon paprika

1 teaspoon sea salt

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

1-2 tablespoons barbecue sauce (optional)

How to Make Chicken Legs That Taste Fried

Method:

Remove the skin from the chicken drumsticks. I like to boil the drumsticks first so they are fully cooked through – the last thing I want to serve is raw chicken. Once the water with chicken comes to a boil, boil for another 10 minutes. Remove chicken legs from boiling water. Add oil and spices to coat, and put into the cooking basket.

Turn the Philips Airfryer on and cook for about 15 minutes, until desired crispiness! After your chicken is ready, you can add 1-2 tablespoons of your favourite barbecue sauce to coat, or just eat plain. Voila!

How to Make Chicken Legs That Taste Fried

How to make chicken legs that taste fried

How to make chicken legs that taste fried

The Philips Airfryer features Rapid Air Technology, so hot air circulates with speed and precision, without the use of too much oil. The adjustable temperature control up to 390 degrees allows you to cook a variety of food. It has a 1.8 lb cooking basket capacity which is enough for a family of four, but because it cooks so quickly, you can cook several batches in no time.

It also has a 30-minute timer with ready signal and auto shut-off, so you don’t have to keep your eye on it diligently, as you would if you’re grilling. Clean up is a snap; the basket comes out so you can wash and the bucket is also washable and dishwasher safe.

The Airfryer comes with a recipe book to help inspire you – you can cook spring rolls, chicken wings, frittatas, even desserts! I’m excited to try some other recipes.

Stay tuned for a FABULOUS giveaway!

How to Make Chicken Legs That Taste Fried

 

 

Disclosure: I received a Philips Airfryer to review. As always, the opinions herein are my own.