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There's a local Mexican style rotisserie place near me that is kinda like el pollo loco but way better and it's inspired me to try something similar for my Thanksgiving Day Turkey but still served with tradiitonal Thanksgiving sides (instead of tortillas and salsa I would eat with the chicken). I'm just curious if anyone has tried a similar flavor profile with their Turkey and what were the results.
Can't buy the IP down under, well not easily. We have a Phillips airfryer and love it. Was used Saturday night to make the chips to go with the burgers off the Akorn. 20 minutes start to finish! Having said that I have been looking at IP clones lately and think that would get slightly more use than the airfryer does. I would go the IP path first especially after the comments about the Nuwave.
Thank you for your response.
As far as for the oven I completely agree, however, the temps will rebound quickly and return to the range desired. On this cook, unfortunately, the temps continued to drop and never rebounded - even with it being heat soaked (I let it slowly come up to temp over a two hour period and maintain desired temp for 30 minutes before placing dessert in.
I do this as well for things like cakes and bread, but being relatively new to baking and experimenting with baking different desserts I am not sure how to judge doneness - I need to do more research.
Thanks again for your response.