This Pinsoon Air Fryer has got to be one of the best kitchen appliances I have ever seen. As a younger man, I lived in and out of Hotel’s for years, because of the work I was traveling for, and I wish I had something this compact and practical I could’ve traveled with back then. This machine doesn’t just air fry, it acts like a mini oven or toaster oven. Plus it has a rotisserie motor in it with a spit rod for meat and a basket attachment for more containment. I tested this thing out, with everything I could throw at it, and these were my results.
Pinsoon Air Fryer Recipes and Presets
One of the things I really like about this Air Fryer is the control panel. It’s got a Digital face with smart touch functions including presets, time and temperature adjustment, oven light, rotisserie rotation and a start button combination with the power switch. It’s very user friendly and it comes with a book with over 30 recipes they recommend. Everything I cooked in the video, I cycled back to back cooking just like I would do in a restaurant. I just kept running different options, just like different orders of food coming in, and kept the heat going and it handled everything I threw at it, with precision.
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I have found that the best Pork Gyro is made by Greek’s in sub sandwich style shops with fresh toppings and thinly sliced marinated meat cooking in a rotisserie. Now all you need is some fresh baked Pita Bread, some Tzatziki Sauce and you’re good to go. And that’s exactly what I aim to provide you hear in this recipe. A great Greek marinade that will enhance the natural flavor of the pork or lamb, if you prefer, and the best way I know how to make this professional sandwich in the comfort of your own home that will taste like you’re in the heart of the motherland itself, guaranteed.
Pork Gyro Marinade
The Greek flavor in a great Pork Gyro is going to derive from the marinade and this marinade can be used with lamb as well. But any roast is only as good as the seasoning it’s paired with. So you’ve got to break the ingredients down and realize what gives it its originality and its authentic flavor. I have found that the secret lies in the white wine vinegar and the juice that comes from the grating of a sweet red onion. This secret is known to not only the Greeks but to the Persians as well. Then spicing it up with some freshly chopped garlic, a few herbs and some salt and pepper, takes it the rest of the way.
Pork Gyro Meat Cooked in a Rotisserie
This Pork Gyro recipe does not have to be cooked in a Rotisserie, but I find that it really mimics the style you will find in any great Gyros Restaurant because the meat can be sliced off around the outside and served as it continues cooking towards the middle. So it makes it fun for small parties and barbecues even though you aren’t technically grilling, I don’t think anyone will complain because these are amazing. Plus you’re going to want to learn how to make the Greeks secret sauce called, Tzatziki Sauce. This recipe is not only good with Gyros but a variety of other cooked meats, seafood or used as a dip for vegetables and baked goods like Pita Chips, Bagels and Large Pretzels or Pretzels Bites.
Beer Can Chicken takes all the guessing out of making a perfect bird; even if you’ve never done it before. All you have to do is follow a few simple steps and you can turn this Roasted Chicken, up above, into this gourmet serving down below. You can do this in the oven, on the grill or in a rotisserie, just like I show you how to do in the video tutorial down below. It doesn’t matter, much, which style of cooking you prefer because this is a fail safe recipe.
Beer Can Chicken Instructions:
1) Clean and Season your bird.
2) Place the chicken over a beer that is only halfway full.
3) Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 1 1/2 hours and you’re done!
But don’t take my word for it. Watch this video tutorial down below and I’ll prove to you how easy it really is!