You can use any oven-proof dish or mold in the airfryer, whether it is made of glass, ceramic, metal or silicone. Stores that sell cookware usually have an airfryer-suitable mold available.
Note: The baking tin should still leave some space on either side when you place it in the basket to ensure the airflow can pass around it.
Note: Never place the baking dish directly in the pan, as this eliminates the airflow in the pan and only the top of the food will be heated. Always place the baking dish in the basket.
Maximum sizes of baking tins or molds that can be used in the airfryer:
Round baking tins or molds:
Maximum diameter of 6.3 inches and height of 2.95 inches.
Square baking tins or molds (with rounded corners):
Maximum size of 6 x 6 inches (L x W) on the outer edges and height of 2.95 inches.
Note: Use square baking tins or molds with rounded corners. If the tin or mold has no rounded corners, it will be difficult to remove it from the basket.
Tip: Silicone or paper cupcake cups or molds can also be used to bake cupcakes, muffins or small gratins in the airfryer!
Note: Always wear oven mitts when you handle the baking tins or molds. The baking tins or molds and the airfryer basket become very hot!
If the above information did not answer your question, please contact Philips Consumer Care.
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