Saturday, June 4, 2011

Grilled Fish (Air-Fryer Recipe)


I would like to introduce you to my new kitchen helper - the Philips AirFryer. After considering for few hours, finally we brought back a unit of it, yesterday. So far, it's the most expensive appliance in my kitchen. Though, it is expensive, but I think it worths the price when comes to the healthy frying cooking. Now, I don't need to add oil to fry seafood, meat and snacks. We can savor more fried food that I don't used to cook at home.

I can't wait any longer to test its performance. My first attempt: Air-Fried Fish, or best described as Grilled Fish. Hubby and I are quite happy with how the fish tastes. It's crispy at the outside and juicy inside. I serve it with home made dips (bird's eye chili, tomato, shallots, calamansi juice, salt and sugar). Voilà!



Grilled Fish

Ingredients: 
Small fishes (I used kembung fish)
sea salt and turmeric powder for marinades

Steps: 
1. Cut and remove intestines from the fishes. Clean and pat dry.
2. Marinate the fish for 30 minutes.
3. Arrange fish in the airfryer basket. Air-fry at 180 degC for the first 5 minutes. Then, 200deg C for another 8 minutes.
4. Serve hot with your favorite chili sauce.

29 comments:

Cooking Gallery said...

This looks just like the kind of grilled fish my mum used to make...! Very nice arranged too :D)!

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Looks like I have to get this too!

Joanne said...

I've heard good things about this and I really want to try it!

babe_kl said...

serious??? dun need any oil at all??? i'm interested now :p come on show us more what this little gadget can do :D

Cuisine Paradise said...

Cool! You bought this Air-fryer too!!!! It's a good helper in the kitchen right :p. And I must say your grilled fish look sooo yummy!

Priya said...

Am planning to get this air fryer, fish looks fantastic..

daphne said...

I have been eyeing that machine as well! if this is better or tefal I wonder? I love fried food but hate the fat that goes with it! this seems to be a perfect solution!

ps- sorry, got too excited there! Love the fried fish too- it looks fantastic using this machine!

New Kid on the Blog said...

do you need a lot of oil for deep frying??

Little Inbox said...

New Kid, you don't need a single drop of oil for the air-frying. The medium is air rather than oil.

pigpigscorner said...

Sounds a bit like my Actifry! My mum is thinking of getting once of this as well.

yummychunklet said...

Ooh, what a fun new gadget! Great looking whole fish!

Fresh Local and Best said...

This looks like a very useful appliance, great for cutting fat out of the cooking.

Belly Good Cooking said...

Love your new gadget. Healthy and interesting. :))

Blackswan said...

Cool gadget! Hubby will love this dish :)

kitchen flavours said...

Wow! I must really take a look at this Fryer! Sounds cool! Thanks for sharing!

tigerfish said...

Fried in air? No oil required!? Wow wow wow! Super high-tech!

Quay Po Cooks said...

Wow, looks like a great gadget to have in the kitchen. I will have to hint to my Quay Lo. I like that fact that is no oil required.

Rasa Malaysia said...

Wow, I am very intrigued, but without the oil, is it still considered fried? I will have to check out this appliance and see if it's available in the US. :)

mycookinghut said...

Ah... so this is a bit like the Tefal Actifry then.. I am very interesting in getting one now!

Zalinah said...

Hi, do you think i can fry fresh salmon fillet or fresh sting rat in the air fryer?

Zalinah said...

Hi, can you 'fry' fresh salmon fillet/stingray in the air fryer?

Anonymous said...

I have tried to fry salmon, just season salmon with salt and pepper, nothing else. No need to add oil. Fry for 200 degree and it tast yummy.

AJ said...

Hi All,

I bought my airfryer few days ago and so far found it good. I've picked it as a case study for my product-design course, and I'll appreciate if you some of you can spend few mins sharing your experiences so far with the Airfryer--less than 2 for sure. Your few answers will be of immense help to me (plus its a good karma). The questions are at- http://abhinavjain.polldaddy.com/s/airfryer

Thank you all,
Best,
-AJ

amy said...

Thank you for sharing this recipe using the airfryer. I am searching for recipes that contain only fruit, vegetables, beans, nuts and fish for my husband's strict diet.

Anonymous said...

How do you make sure the fish does not stick on the air fryer's net? I tried but the the fish is sort of stick to the net and it did not turn out to be like yours! Aporeciate advices. Tq.

Little Inbox said...

Anonymous, the bottom of the fish stick too, but u can reduce it by applying some cooking oil to the net or layer it with aluminum foil.

Christine Teo said...

Dear frens,
I m very new to air fryer. Just bought d unit n still struggling to learn how to use it .. Esp what temp to use for what food & the timing to air fry the food. Really appreciate all d good comments above. Keep it up ... M starting to learn quite a bit of tips from u all ... Tqvm ... ;-)

Anonymous said...

I am looking for the Philips Airfryer XL. Where can I buy in MALAYSIA?

Little Inbox said...

Anonymous, I bought it from Harvey Norman. I saw it in AEON also.

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