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The first healthy fryers combining Air Fry, grill, steam & more by Tefal
With our Easy Fry Air Fryer range you can save up to 70% energy vs a conventional oven.
With Tefal Air Fryers there is no preheat time unlike other brands which means the appliance is only on for when you are actually cooking food, saving the amount of time the appliance is using energy.
Air Fryers are a much smaller space to heat compared to an oven so will use less energy to cook the same items of food. But no need to compromise on capacity; with our largest Air Fryer holding 6-8 portions or a 1.6kg chicken you can still cook all the same tasty foods.
Air Fryers cook faster compared to an oven which saves you time, energy and money for example our Easy Fry 9in1 Air Fryer oven cooks up to 30% faster than a conventional oven. Below are some examples of foods cooked in the Tefal Easy Fry 3in1 and just how much time is saved compared to a conventional oven.
*vs conventional oven Energy Class A. Tests conducted in 2022.
**FW201827 1600-1900W vs conventional oven 2000WFind out more about Air Fryers
Did you think it was just Air Fryers that can save you time, space, energy and money? Think again! There are many benefits to switching to a multi-cooker too!
Looking for quick meals that are super easy to make, and save energy? Our Cook4Me pressure cooker can cook a risotto in 8 minutes all in one dish, saving you time in the kitchen as well as money on energy used.
With a pressure cooker you can take a cheaper cut of meat and ensure that it's still juicy and tender with the power of pressure cooking, so there's no compromise on your favourite meals. Speed up the process and cook 500g of diced pork in 12 minutes in our Cook4Me pressure cooker.
2 HRS 30 mins
*Based on Tefal Turbo Cuisine CY75 vs
**BBC Good Food recipes
Instead of throwing away fruit and veg that is starting to go past its best, why not dehydrate them in an Air Fryer; make vegetable peeling crisps or fruit chips for healthy snacks at home for you to enjoy. Or make a fruit smoothie with some crushed ice for a refreshing drink. Use your leftovers and make a delicious warming soup or broth to make sure nothing goes to waste.
The Tefal app can help you find the perfect pairings for whatever you have in your fridge. Just tell the app the ingredients you want to use, and it will suggest recipes that use those ingredients, helping you find inspiration and reduce on your food waste.
With the Tefal app, you can search for recipes and create shopping lists all from within the app. This can help plan your meals for the week and ensure you only buy ingredients you need and are going to use, helping you reduce your shopping bill and your food waste.
Save yourself time and money by batch cooking; prepare meals in advance so you turn on your appliances for less time saving you energy and money. Our Turbo Cuisine and Fry has an XL capacity so you can cook up to 8 portions at once - enough for you to enjoy all throughout the week.
With our Perfect Mix Cook blender you can make your own alternative milks such as soya milk using only raw, unsoaked beans and water, giving you the freedom to create as much as you are going to need as well as knowing exactly what has gone into your drink.
Bulk out your meals and make them go further by using our manual chopper to chop vegetables into smaller pieces and adding them to dishes. It's also a great way to help you and your family get your 5-a-day.
When boiling the kettle, only fill it for as many cups as you need to avoid wasting water and energy by boiling water you are not going to use
Instead of wasting energy to boil your kettle to 100°C everytime, with our SmartnLight kettle you can choose specific temperatures to boil your water to so whether you enjoy green tea at 80°C or coffee at 90°C you are only using energy you need.Find out more on our Kettles
Yes, putting a lid on your pots and pans while cooking help keep the heat in, for faster cooking and boiling, and therefore less energy consumption.
Some appliances may have a standby mode, but this can still use a small amount of energy. To ensure no electricity is being used, turn appliances off at the plug or unplug from the wall socket.
For maximum efficiency, make sure you select the right appliance for the food type, portion size and length of cooking time needed.
Fully defrosting food before cooking can reduce the amount of energy and time required to cook it as this will reduce the cooking time - although we recommend checking packaging carefully as this may not be suitable for all food types. This doesn't mean you can't still cook great foods from frozen like chips or fish fingers!