Appliance manufacturer Beko has launched its new AirFry Oven. Inspired by the growing air fryer trend that is currently dominating home cooking, Beko’s AirFry Oven incorporates the popular technology into the main oven, eliminating the need for multiple appliances.
The AirFry function, combined with the AirFry tray and AeroPerfect technology, turns the oven into an air fryer, meaning food can be cooked with little or no oil, creating healthier meals that still provide a crispy finish.
The AirFry Oven, which has a large 72L capacity, is available in Beko’s Built-in range. It incorporates the company’s AeroPerfect technology, which provides a constant stream of airflow, minimising temperature fluctuation for fast and even cooking. Other features include the SimplySteam function, which uses steam to make the oven easier to clean.
The Air Fry Oven features RecycledNet, making it a sustainable choice for consumers. This means that the door décor plastic, display cover, and inner display cover include parts made from recycled fishing nets and industrial thread waste, which have been turned into high-performance, thermally resistant materials.
Salah Sun, Beko PLC’s head of product management, said: “The air fryer has become one of the most popular household appliances over the last few years, particularly when it comes to saving energy and time and great for healthier cooking, which is why we’re excited to bring the AirFry Oven to our range. It combines the very best of both appliances into one, not only helping our consumers create healthy meals but without taking up more kitchen space, making it ideal for all household sizes.”