Halo Fryer – Review, no one wants to give up their favourite foods right?

By | January 27, 2015

The Halo VDF105 by Breville

Here we have the superb Halo fryer review. Just because we need to slim, it is enough to make us think against starting the process if we have to compromise all of our junk.

 

Well with this Halo fryer no-one wants to give up their favourite food, right? So I aim to give you an honest appraisal of this item and all of its pros and some of its cons! If indeed there are any cons.

 

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Not only can you roast but you can saute and bake your foods as well. With this amazing fryer you can take one of the foods that is gorged by the masses – Chips.

 

And with this special piece of kit it will cook and brown evenly a kilogram of these chips with just half a tablespoon of oil. I know that some of you wont have replaced your “Normal” cooking oil yet with the likes of olive oil.

 

So you should still go ahead and do this!) If you do not make this modification chips are considered one of the foods on my what not to eat list of consumables.

PROS

A fan assisted instant dual heat source means no long wait to start cooking your favourite meals including chips and wedges.

Don not forget there it takes only half a tablespoon of (healthy) oil to do 1 kg of chips.That is over 99% less than your average 3 litre deep fat fryer..

 

Tilting cooking function and rotating non-stick bowl keeps food moving and cooking evenly.

 

There is also a grill function that proves ideal for bacon and fish  – Plus there is a removable roasting rack that allows you to drain off excess oil for a healthier meal.

 

There are a dishwasher safe removable lid and bowls so it is completely hassle free to wash.

 

 This delightful apparatus has a very large 1.25 kilogram holding capacity. Enough easily to cook for a family of four.
It works of 12.3 kws, and so it only costs 18 p an hour to use which I think is absolutely brilliant so that you really can cook cheap meals. Please don’t forget to keep regularly checking your progress with some bathroom scales as you will need to track your improvements. Here is one set for my US cousins

 Cons

There were no cons to be found at the time of writing this article.

                                  Marks out of 9.5 out of 10

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16 thoughts on “Halo Fryer – Review, no one wants to give up their favourite foods right?

  1. Javier

    Wow , this is very curious and versatile too. Man, it fries, grills, bake, you have a portable kitchen here man. Didn’t see that coming from just a simple hat. MY god you really surprise me with this product. I just bookmarked this post. Very very impressive product you just review here. Great Job man

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    1. simon

      thank you my friend and yes the Halo fryer really is a good option isn’t it. The unhealthy oil is practically gone and thank you for your kind words.

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  2. Patrick

    Thanks for the information, Simon. I appreciate how thorough your review was, and that you included a rating /score as well as a link to the item on Amazon. I know that I for one am always looking for quick and easy ways to prepare healthy meals, especially for when I have to host a party!

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    1. simon

      Well sir kudos to you for eating healthily then. Dinner parties though are also a good time to introduce your guests to healthy food too as people are always swapping recipes so maybe? You could do that?

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  3. The Fat Guy

    Hello Simon,
    I really like this product, fried foods again that won’t kill you is very appealing.
    The price is in pounds though, so it is over a $100 and that could be a bit spendy.
    You can roast with it? Bake with it?
    Have you tried to do these things with it yet?
    I look forward to hearing your answers because I am very interested in this product.

    The Fat Guy

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    1. simon

      Hi there I can send you one in $ if u like 🙂 yes you can do those things to i think let me check.

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  4. Yishan

    Hi Simon,
    That is a great fryer which can save a lot of oil. Not only can roast but also can bake food. I am sure I can make the chicken nuggets with it, right? Look very easy to use and clean. I think the oven can take a break for a while.

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    1. simon

      🙂 good I am very glad that you can make good use of one. They are extremely healthy indeed. As far as fried foods go anyway lol.

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  5. Igor

    Simon!

    I must admit, you got me interested. Half a tablespoon of oil to do 1 kg of chips? That is amazing!
    I don`t have fryer at home cause it uses big amounts of oil. This really looks like the solution for that. I think I`ll need to get one.

    Thanks for the info!

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    1. simon

      haha yes by all means and what did you think of the actual review sir?

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  6. Enid @BeginPreppingNow.com

    This is an amazing product!! I have been thinking about a fryer, but didn’t want the extra oil for cooking or storing. This is awesome! Thanks

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    1. simon

      Great thank you I’m glad you like it. I spent hours researching various “Healthy” Fryers before I settled upon this one. But in all honesty this seemed the best one that i came across. I know storing the oil is a pain and eveyrtime u reuse it there always seams to be a mess around it lol.

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  7. Pet

    Hey Great site. I didn’t realize you could “fry” chips without a deep fryer and lots of oil. Will have to check this out. Thanks

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    1. simon

      Haha yh u most certainly can and its strange how we use new tech’ to cook old tried and tested foods these days. Always improving by not having loadsa unhealthy oil.

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