We try out the Copper Chef Copper Crisper Air Fryer

In this video, we’re taking the Copper Chef Copper Crisper Air Fryer for a test run.
Up first, French Fries 101.

Electric Air Fryers are all the rage – the current darling of counter-top appliances – with dozens of video reviews on YouTube.

The Copper Chef Copper Crisper is the low-tech version that turns your oven into the “air fryer”.

How well does the Copper Chef Copper Crisper work?

In our video, we cook some frozen french fries to see if this thing really works.

Consisting of a basket on top of a copper sheet pan, this simple device appears to have what you need for “air frying” in your oven.

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Next time we plan on “frying” some chicken wings in the Copper Chef Copper Crisper to see how well it cooks them.

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  1. You keep saying the Fries were BROWN ??? Your idea and my idea of Brown are two different things. I like REAL French Fries or Belgium style Fries. BROWN and CRISPY on the outside and tender on the inside. There is nothing worst then WHITE McDonald’s type Fries. You apparently have never had REAL FRENCH FRIES. French Fries should always be cooked TWICE.

    1. Yes indeed Frank, you are talking about REAL french fries! Pommes Frites, Belgium – all are fried twice.

      To be honest, I’ve never had the pleasure of those delicious looking fries I see on TV from places that specialize in those authentic fries.

      There’s a place in NYC that does nothing but cook that style, called Pommes Frites. I would love to go there some day. http://www.pommesfritesnyc.com/

      But back to air frying… these little frozen, processed pieces of potatoes we call “french fries” really did turn out nicely. They are what they are.

      Thanks for reading and watching! ~brian

  2. Very interesting!

    When I learned how to make fries in a fryer, I was taught that fluffy insides require a vigorous shaking halfway through. I’m surprised that the fries turned out so well with this static oven method. Also, I thought that store-bought frozen fries had already been cooked (blanched in oil?) the first time.

    Where did you pick that up for $20?

    Is the copper/shape critical, or do you think any metal rack in a baking sheet could do as well?

  3. I really need to learn to video too. Only the corner and mumbling away from mic and to someone in background that you can’t hear either is all I can come up with. Thanks for the great video!!!

  4. great video test however try not to make mouth noises next to microphone – ugh

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