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    I did it with crappie in cornmeal just like deep frying. It turned out just ok , you can not beat deep frying in peanut oil


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    Quote Originally Posted by Takeum View Post
    Itís a little intimidating at first when using this puppy,,, all them fancy words like sous vide and sautť,, but once you watch a few U-tube videos on what they do,,,, itís eazy peezy....trick is to experiment,,,pressure cooker is pretty straight forward I think,,, meat, veggies,,and some sauce,,, push button and wait,,,,comes out so juicy and tender itís crazy,,, and in half the time an oven can do it....and once your done cooking itís,,,cool it down and wipe it out,,, the bowl you cook in is like Teflon treated and just almost wipes cleAn,,,I just use alittle hot water and soap,, rinse, then wipe it dry for round 2,,,
    I have a stand alone Sous Vide machine and cooking steaks and stuff that way is AMAZING!!! Better than restaurant steaks!

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    Food sounds great but my issue is What about clean up??
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    Quote Originally Posted by cva34 View Post
    Food sounds great but my issue is What about clean up??
    Clean up is easy remove racks and drip pan in dishwasher.....wipe inside out
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    Default Air Fryer--inexpensive options.

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    Clean up is easy remove racks and drip pan in dishwasher.....wipe inside out
    We bought the Gourmia for around $30 yesterday. Brushed some vegetable oil on 4 large crappie filets. dipped in unseasoned breadcrumbs. Cooked 12 minutes at 400 degrees. They were great! Although next time I would try a minute or two longer. Much less mess for cleanup than our deep fryer and much healthier. I am sold and more importantly so is my wife! Because we already have an InstaPot we were no interested in a higher-end Air Fryer. So this has worked out great thus far.

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