Air fryers are a great addition to any kitchen. They speed up the cooking process as well as the cleaning process and create amazing (usually crispy) meals with no oil.
Their popularity in recent years has meant that their features have vastly expanded, creating a huge variety of possible meals.
This could also save space on your counter-top. Some air fryers can oven bake, dehydrate, and even rotisserie, making them an excellent, versatile appliance.
But, there are many choices out there, and it can be quite overwhelming to find one that perfectly suits your needs.
So, we’ve pulled together 5 of the best air fryers with rotisserie features to get you started. Let’s go through them!
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe
This USA-made air fryer has a 12.7-quart capacity incorporating 12.02 liters of space.
This fryer comes with ten different accessories, allowing you to be versatile with your cooking techniques while saving space in your kitchen.
You’ll receive a pair of rotisserie tongs, an oven rack, drip pan, skewers, mesh basket, and steak trays. This makes it an excellent option for rotisserie cooking, pan-frying, oven cooking, and fat frying.
It has easy-to-read instructions, and it comes with 50 simple and varied recipes to start you off on your cookery adventure. It’s great for:
- Chicken wings
- Chicken breasts
- Chicken nuggets
- Baked potatoes
- And whole rotisserie chicken.
The rotisserie option allows you to cook whole birds, leaving them crispy on the outside and moist in the center. It has a fully adjustable temperature setting and timer ranging from 120-430 degrees Fahrenheit, giving you flexibility for every meal.
The fryer is one of the smallest on the market now at just 11.5 x 12 x 14 inches – saving you space on your counter.
It’s the cheapest air fryer on our list, at around $110. That said, it usually only comes with a single-year warranty, where comparatively, some of the more expensive options have lifetime guarantees.
- It’s the cheapest air fryer, so if you aren’t sold on the idea of air frying, it’s a good budget option to get you started.
- It comes in six different colors, so it will fit in with any kitchen design.
- Although it has a great pizza oven feature, the smaller size of this air fryer in comparison to its competitors means that larger pizzas are out of the question.
- It’s not classed as ‘family-sized.’ The fryer is cheaper, but that’s because it’s a little smaller than the other options. It’s not the best option for family cooking.
- It’s not easy to clean. You’ll need to hand wash each removable item with soapy water and a non-abrasive cloth.
Chefman 6.3 Quart Digital Air Fryer & Rotisserie
The 6.3-quart (5.96 L) Chefman is a smaller air fryer; however, it’s ideal for small family cooking and is a real space saver.
This fryer is great as it not only fries and has excellent rotisserie functionality, but it can dehydrate too, so it’s got a wide range of uses from burgers and bacon to rotisserie chicken and even dehydrating fruit in preparation for jam.
The eight preset programs allow you to easily set your cooking time for most meals, then go do something else while it’s cooking.
The Chefman is another small air fryer at just 11 x 10.5 x 14.75 inches. But despite this, it does have a slightly higher power wattage than the GoWise at 1700 watts.
The fryer does come in a larger size at 15.55 x 15.55 x 18.23 inches if you intend to cook larger family meals.
At $115, it’s a fairly cheap option considering the quality that you’ll receive.
- The Chefman has one of the largest ranges in temperature of any air fryer – allowing you to adjust anywhere between 90-400 degrees Fahrenheit depending on what you’re cooking.
- The ability to adjust temperatures so low also allows for more slow-cooking if you’d like tender meat.
- Cheap! For its versatility, it has excellent value for money.
- The smaller size takes up less space in your kitchen and saves space with the all-in-one cooking design.
- The light on the inside allows you to have a complete view of your food, so you’ll know exactly when it’s done.
- It’s not the hottest of the air fryers out there, reaching a maximum of 400 degrees.
- There have been some reports of sticky hinges on the door after a few months, so it’s essential to make sure it’s thoroughly cleaned after every use.
COSORI CO130-AO Air Fryer
Unlike many of the other air fryers available, this comes in a whopping 25L or 30L capacity.
This professional standard-fryer/air-fryer hybrid allows you to cook fried food that tastes great while reducing the fat content by up to 85% – so it’s the healthy option. However, the process required may take slightly longer than traditional air fryers.
The 12-in-1 design allows for all types of fried cooking, dehydration, rotisserie, baking, and toasting. The LED screen allows for accurate cooking times, and there are several preset functions to get you started.
It’s the largest air fryer and rotisserie at 22.7 x 19.6 x 16.6 inches. It’s made for family cooking and regular use but bear in mind that it will take up a sizable amount of space.
This is the most expensive option at $280. But it does have some great features, so if it works for your household, it’s definitely worth the extra cost.
- It comes in 2 different colors (black or silver). So it’s ideal for any kitchen fitting.
- It has a sleek, professional-looking design.
- The size makes it ideal for larger meals – allowing a couple of trays simultaneously and easily fitting a 13-inch pizza.
- The fryer comes with a book of 100 recipes to get your creativity flowing.
- It’s one of the most expensive air fryers.
- It’s not dishwasher safe – so cleaning will have to be done by hand.
- The instructions are pretty sparse, so you might have to figure things out yourself, although it is pretty user-friendly.
Instant Pot Vortex Pro 9-in-1 Air Fryer
This fryer’s capacity is 10-quarts, which is one of the highest in the air fryer world. While this makes for a powerful appliance, it does cost a little extra.
The Instant Pot Vortex is your easy fix for any style of cooking. The 9-in-1 technology allows for frying, roasting, boiling, baking, toasting, reheating, proving, dehydrating, and, of course, it has a rotisserie.
However, unlike most of the rotisseries on the market, this fryer operates using a basket rotisserie.
This may slightly limit the size of meat you can cook and could also cause minor scorching on the outside. But, if it’s an extra crispy skin you’re looking for, then this might be the air fryer for you.
The Vortex is one of the larger fryers at 13.23 x 13.78 x 14.37 inches. However, a large portion of the space is taken up by the rotisserie basket, so this may limit your cooking space.
The Vortex does have a reasonably high price tag at $230, but it’s worth it. The extra features and cooking variations make it the easiest to work with if you intend to use it for every meal.
- Versatility is the key with this air fryer. The nine cooking variations mean that it can cook anything, saving you lots of space in your kitchen using a single appliance.
- The fryer heats up very quickly, so there’s hardly any preheating required.
- Dishwasher safe – The accessories, including a removable rotisserie, are easy to clean. Just throw them in the dishwasher.
- It’s a great appliance if it’s for everyday use – but if you don’t intend to use it that often, it may not be worth the extra cost.
- The basket-style rotisserie could limit your meat size.
Best Choice Products Family Size Air Fryer
At a capacity of 16.9-quarts (15.99L), this is one of the largest fryers on the market.
The Best Choice air fryer has ten different cooking functions, including rotisserie tongs, baskets, oven capability, and baking equipment.
It’s incredibly flexible and can be used for any style of cooking, from rotisserie chicken to fish frying.
It comes with ten preset modes for speed and efficiency, making it easy to set to your requirements. There are even a few recipes included to get you started.
It’s one of the larger air fryers at 14.5 x 13 x 15.25 inches, so you may find that this takes up a lot of counter space.
It costs $130 depending on which color you choose. The black option is the cheapest at $130; however, the same version in red or blue may set you back a little more.
- It’s large! The fryer is one of the largest on the market, making it easy to cook whole meals for larger families.
- It’s effortless to clean with dishwasher-safe attachments.
- The turning pin has been reported to wear quickly; however, you can purchase replacements relatively cheaply.
- The rotisserie skewer has also been known to buckle under too much weight. So, although it’s for ‘family-sized’ cooking – smaller chickens might be the way to go.
There’s no denying that choosing a quality air fryer will boost your kitchen efficiency and provide amazing food while giving you extra flexibility when planning meals.
But, when picking one, you should always consider what types of food you intend to cook, the size of your family and kitchen, and take a look at your warranty options so you can make an informed decision.
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