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A slight departure from the usual here, for folk who mainly use the Halogen for frying food, here is a unit combining the advantages of Halogen cooking speed and technology and its remarkable use of very little oil, only 5% of the usual amount you would use !



  • Requires only one spoon of oil–99.5% less than a 3L standard fryer
  • Removable paddle and unique non-stick rotating bowl give food constant movement. Rotates and turns the ingredients for even browning and crispy results
  • Use with or without the paddle to fry, cook, bake, sauté and roast
  • Double action cooking method: fan-assisted convection and radiated heat sources, with halogen heating element

The bowl design with its removable paddle gives you a very versatile unit for cooking. It does chips perfectly, fish is light perfectly tender. Chicken , whether coated in breadcrumb or not is very tasty and not dripping in the cooking oil. You can prepare with ease Chicken Korma, sausages, or sausage casserole, chops , spring rolls, samosas and burgers. All with the minimum oil, which really improves the end result. Cooking using virgin olive oil is very economical and good for you. Use the paddle for stirring with casseroles and remove it for best results with chips and heavier or chunky food.



Comments from customers feedback were very favourable, some thought the paddle was a poor idea but all thought the machine well made and produced first class results. My own efforts with oven chips and white fish were great, it takes a tiny effort to turn the chips at intervals, but well worth the effort, I’ve never had better  results in a conventional oven, no burnt bits and no inedible raw spud in the middle.

overall the Breville scores 4/5 in our review, the price is above the rest, but good results




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2 Responses to Breville Halo Fryer

  • yvonnemeeks says:

    i have had the halo fryer for a while now think its great but cannot find any recepies for it can anyone tell me if you just use it like a normal halagen cooker and can you use tin foil in it ?

    • Jennifer Ashe says:

      It uses the same principles so the temperatures and timings should be very similar to Halogen Oven recipes. If you go to my converting recipes page, you’ll find some info about changing temp and timing for the halogen / Breville Halo

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