GE Appliances launches the air fry technology in new wall ovens

GE Profile oven with air fryer.

GE Appliances is adding hot air frying and dehydrate modes to its new Café and GE Profile lines of built-in wall ovens, giving consumers a convenient, clutter-free option for healthier eating. “An air fryer can reduce the amount of fat and calories in your food, allowing people and families to eat healthier – said Paul Bristow, executive director of product management, built-in cooking, GE Appliances -. The benefit of an air fryer is that oil is replaced by a fan that blows hot air down onto the food, delivering a cleaner and healthier cooking experience with a crispy result that gives a great crunch”. Like all Café appliances, the brand’s new wall ovens feature customizable finishes and hardware to give kitchen designs a distinct, personalized appearance. In addition to the new hot air frying and dehydrate modes, the ovens offer a 7-inch full-color LCD touch control. They’re complemented by WiFi connectivity, scan-to-cook technology and precision cooking modes that provide oven settings specific to the food. GE Profile’s wall ovens with hot air frying and dehydrate modes also include intuitive, brilliant-touch, 7-inch full-color LCD controls, precision cooking, scan-to-cook technology and WiFi connectivity. And they boast additional features. “Capabilities – the company explains – include time-saving, meal-enhancing modes like GE Appliances’ industry-exclusive Direct Air Convection for efficient and consistent results, zero-preheat for most food types, and never-scrub roller racks for easy cleaning of the oven racks by leaving them in place during the self-clean cycle”.