Introducing the Satisfry Collection

Introducing the Satisfry Collection

15 August 2022

Imagine enjoying the pure joy of 'deep fried' treats, without the deep fry guilt. Well now- yes you can!

How does an airfryer work?

Air Frying works by circulating hot air evenly around food – this is what gives it its moreish, crispy finish while locking in all the moisture and flavour. Because you don’t need to add the extra fat that’s required to fry in a more traditional way, this cooking method, as instructed, means you’ll consume fewer calories on your plate.

When heat is circulated around ingredients, it may work to help preserve certain nutrients that may be lost during other cooking processes such as roasting or deep frying. Delicate nutrients such as vitamin C and plant compounds known as polyphenols can be lost during prolonged cooking so air frying food helps to retain some of the good stuff that might otherwise be lost. 

So, if you really love fried food, an air fryer can be a good alternative to traditional frying, when combined with other cooking methods such as grilling and steaming, as part of a healthier lifestyle.

The Russell Hobbs Satisfry Airfry Collection has an air fryer option for you. Whether you choose a small, large or multi-functional, you can benefit from up to seven cooking modes all at the touch of a button. Even if you’re not a confident cook, the Satisfry Air Fryer has been designed to be super user-friendly. It heats up in minutes and cooks food faster than a traditional oven so could even help save energy costs over time. Its removable parts are all dishwasher-safe and easy to clean so we’re even saving you time and hassle when it comes to the washing up too! Perfect for main meals, quick snacks or feeding impromptu guests.

 


Introducing the Satsifry Collection

Whether it's our small 1.8L Airfryer, Large 5L or the Air & Grill Multicooker, our Satsifry Collection delivers tasty meals you'll love, with no fuss and no mess. 

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Russell Hobbs

Russell Hobbs was founded in the UK in 1952 by Bill Russell and Peter Hobbs, whose combined design and engineering flair allowed them to launch a company that remains a leading brand to this day. Over the years, Russell Hobbs has built up a legacy of design and innovation that placed the brand at the heart of the consumer’s home. The first automatic switch off kettle, the first automatic coffee maker and even the first plastic kettle were all Russell Hobbs innovations.