22 August 2014

Giveaway - Win aTefal Acrifry Snacking worth £199

Tefal are launching their new Actifry Snacking exclusively live on Ideal World TV this weekend. The normal price is £199, but this weekend during their Bank Holiday Bonanza, Ideal World TV are selling it for £139.99. Even better I have one to give away to one lucky reader.

The Actifry Snacking is a new take on the actifry, like the original it cooks with just a spoonful of oil, but this new frier also has a snacking tray to cook nibble size bites like croquettes, breaded mushrooms or beanballs.

It's perfect for 4 portions and has a window so you can keep an eye on your food cooking. The paddle moves the food round, so everything is cooked evenly with it's hot air system.
The great part for me, other than the healthy cooking, is that the lid, bowl and paddle are all dishwasher safe, so it's easy clean.
  • 1kg cooking capacity
  • ideal for 4 portions with only 1 spoonful of oil
  • Digital LED timer and audible alert when your food is ready
  • Requires no pre-heating nor shaking or stirring during cooking
  • Removable, dishwasher safe lid, bowl and stirring paddle
  • Free recipe leaflet included 

So would you like to win one?

 I thought so.

All you need to do is leave a comment telling me what you will make first in your actifry if you win it and enter via the rafflecopter below. This giveaway is open to readers in the UK only and closes on  20 September 2014.

 a Rafflecopter giveaway


Disclosure: Ideal World TV sent me an Actifry to try. I haven't had a chance to play with it yet, but will review it one I do (my dad has his name on this one). As ever I was not expected to write a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own.

615 comments:

  1. Ooh would definitely try some Spanish croquetas! Or maybe an English scotch egg!

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  2. chips chip[s and more..........chips

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  3. Definitely chips. They're something I avoid normally because of the fat needed for frying.

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  4. I would attempt some yummy Panko and Parmesan Asparagus.

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  5. Homemade chips they are the best, my friend has one and the chips come out amazing.

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  6. just dug up my tatties today so def. chips.:)

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  7. would love to try my crunchy fish fingers i make with the boys :)

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  8. Sweet potato chips - mmmmm xxx

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  9. Definatley chips - I would love one of these so much!

    Ashleigh

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  10. Ooh this looks great. Hubbie is talking of buying a regular one this weekend so might persuade him to upgrade! I would have to do onion rings in it ... My guilty pleasure!

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  11. Chips seeing as they are healthier x

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  12. Sweet potato chips

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  13. Battered halloumi - saw this on the menu at the Arches cafe bar and fancy giving it a go!

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  14. I'd like to see if it could cope with my arancini - looks a great gadget!

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  15. chips again and again

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  16. Definitely chips - just to see how well it does them

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  17. Sorry for lacking originality..but it has to be CHIPS for me too ;-) xx

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  18. Chips. I don't have them often so it would be rather nice!

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  19. Probably garlic breaded mushrooms, I love them!

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  20. Chips - to see if it really is true (crunchy chips with very little cooking oil)

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  21. i think it would have to be chips!

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  22. Homemade chips, yum!

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  23. chips @bexallum on twitter

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  24. switching from microwave to homemade chips and making fried chicken for the first time!

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  25. Love to try some homemade chips - deliciouos!

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  26. Chips and I'll enjoy them with garlic mayo!

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  27. Homemade chips, I'm sick of oven chips!

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  28. Sweet potato chips! Delicious!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  29. I'd like to try some beetroot crisps.

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  30. I think I would try some onion bhajis.

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  31. Onion rings with a beer batter...

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  32. Garlic breaded mushrooms. Love them but usually they soak up too much oil and grease and end up soggy!

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  33. I'd love to try making avocado chips

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  34. Like most other people, it would be chips, I never ever eat them due to the fat content but with the ActiFry only using 1tsp of oil then I could eat them every week!

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  35. The first thing I would make is salmon and dill potato croquettes. Yum!

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  36. It would have to be fish and chips :D

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  37. Homemade chunky chips

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  38. Wiener Schnitzel

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  39. I would make chips as I am not Aran of oven ones

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  40. I would make chips as I am not a fan of oven chips

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  41. Definitely chips, my favourite!

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  42. Chips!! Sweet potato and plain potato chips, yum yum yum!!

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  43. I love fritters at the moment so would prob do those or mushrooms

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  44. Gefilte fish! What else would you expect from a Jewish mother?!

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  45. Would be lovely to try chips as I don't like oven chips at all x

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  46. Homemade Fish Croquettes

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  47. Breaded mushrooms - delicious

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  48. Croatian Doughnuts - I tried them before in a fryer and failed so would try them again :)

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  49. Chips! Nothing quite like homemade chips!

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  50. Homemade chips!

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  51. Some nice fried chicken

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  52. i would make make some Breaded Camembert

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  53. Edward GuerreiroSunday, 24 August, 2014

    I would love to try tempura. Whenever I try making it in a pan, the batter runs of the side (Unless I wastefully fill the pan with oil until it covers both sides)

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  54. Chips to go with my vegetable lasagne. Yum!

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  55. Predictable I know but it would have to be chips. My grown up daughter misses me making them in my fryer as her and the family always had them when they came but I had to get rid of the fryer (not healthy). the other 3 kids and 7 grandkids would benfit too.

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  56. home made chips, nice and healthy

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  57. I would do chips but would also do sweet potatoe and parsnip to

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  58. I'd like to see if I could turn out crispy seaweed - I love it but it can be quite greasy.

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  59. japanese tempura

    -kathleen k

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  60. Courgettes or Aubergines...yummy

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  61. Mmmmm I don't know. Maybe my garlic and rosemary potato wedges :o)

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  62. Definately chips for my kids

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  63. I'd make homemade chips. yummy! -Dawn F

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  64. It would have to be chips as my husband has taken a dislike to oven chips and I don't fancy boiling up a pan of fat on the stove :)

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  65. Chips sound great

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  66. Homemade chips, I haven't had any for years.

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  67. chips!!


    angela b

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  68. breaded cheese



    Dolphin Warren

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  69. I would start with something easy.. CHIPS

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  70. I'm craving breaded mushrooms now you mentioned them so definitely them!

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  71. Sweet potato fries :-D

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  72. Breaded chicken nuggets...homemade

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  73. chicken goujons

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  74. Scotch eggs
    @gavrc

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  75. chicken dippers :P

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  76. would love to make doughnuts if possible, if not then will whip out my recipe book and have a go at making everything!

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  77. Breaded garlic mushrooms - love em :)

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  78. Breaded chilli prawns

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  79. I will cook my family's favourite apple fritters

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  80. oooh I'm not sure - I guess the hubby would like some chips but I'd like to test it out making some homemade croquettes as I've never managed before! (@mummiafelice)

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  81. Proper homemade chips like my mum makes, I have always been too scared to use a deep fat fryer so I use oven chips and they are never as good!

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  82. Sweet potatoes French fries :-)

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  83. It's gotta be chunky chips - I threw out the other chip pan many moons ago

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