10 Cheap and Best Air fryers you can buy online in India

Want to buy an Air Fryer, however do not want to spend BIG Bucks? Checkout the list we have curated for 10 of them you can easily buy.

Air Fryers are a must have gadget in modern kitchen. Internet is full of stories with people changing their lifestyles and using this little gadget in more ways than we can imagine.

So we went on internet and looked up what is the cheapest Air Fryer we can buy online in India – basically that would ship to every part of the country, well almost. However cheap should not mean bad. Here is a list of the ones that we found were not so expensive but would also get the job done.

The list is restricted to products available on Amazon India, just to make sure you can order one if you fancy one.

Cheap and Good Air Fryer with Freebies
  • Krutan Air Fryer – 2.5L

    Though a name that we have not heard, however a look at the reviews did not raise any alarm. The only picture on amazon gives feel of a solid and simple product. Looking up for Krutan on google tells us that they might be Banaglore based importers. Priced under Rs.3000 this is the cheapest one the list, and given its sold on Amazon, there is always the option to return if you don’t like.

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Cheapest Air fryer available on amazon

Next up in our list are the BrightFlame twins. Listed at the same price, they both seem to have decent enough reviews from their buyers and seller seems to be fairly responsive.

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This is the 2.8L version which seems to sell more than 3.2L one.
  • Kenstar OF-KOS13BJ2-CFK 1350-Watt Oxy Fryer

    Next up on our list is probably the first pan-india recognizable brand. Though this one by no means seems to be a hot seller online, however Kenstar does have a strong offline presence and network. If you are looking for something for 5k types, then this can be a viable option.

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This is where things start to get serious. We have crossed the 5.5K mark with this American Micronic airfryer which for some reason says ‘imported’ in its product title on Amazon. Do research about the same and warranty if you decide to go on for this one. However the reviews seem to be all good with several satisfied customers and a responsive seller.

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Just around Rs.5.5k, this is where things get serious.
  • Concord PBT Air Fryer, 2.8 Litre

    Here is not so expensive air fryer from an unknown brand, however some strong supporting reviews. Available for under Rs.5.5K this one lists as Digital Touch Screen as its USP. A customer does mention about the high quality and premium finish of the Screen Panel.

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Digital Touch Screen on Air Fryer. We are in 2017 after all.
  • Kenstar Aster 1500-Watt Oxy Fryer

    Oxy Fryer is Kenstar’s way of referring to their Air fryers. This is where you move on from league of cheap air fryers and get into the league of serious products. This 3 liters device comes in Cherry Color, which is an interesting option if you are bored of Black and White options so far.

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    Kenstar’s 3 L, 1500 W Air-fryer, adding some color to our list.
  • Havells Prolife Digi 1230-Watt Air Fryer

    The second entry to the list with a Digital Touch Screen, this one marks the entry of Havells on this list. Priced around 9k, this is one of the first Air Fryers with a 4 Litre Capacity on the list. Or that is what the seller is answering other customers and those who are asking questions. And if it is actually 4L and this probably is the highest capacity Air Fryer on this list. Plus its Havells. Mind it.

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The only 4L capacity on the list.
  • Philips Viva Collection HD9220 Air Fryer

    If we have to say one air-fryer that seems to be absolutely killing it then it has to be this one by ever so reliable Philips. Priced at a shade above 9k, this one is the BESTSELLING Air Fryer on Amazon with over a 1000 reviews and average rating of 4.3 .

    The agenda of this list was to find the cheaper options for those who are looking for Air fryers, that is why this one by Philips seem to be the most expensive, however this is the standard average kitchen model. Though not sure how much value it would offer over the cheaper alternatives, however this device with 2.2l capacity definitely is the safest investment on the entire list.

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Best Seller Air Fryer on Amazon in India

Though this should culminate the list in terms of products, however here is a very interesting Air Fryer we spotted during our research and apparently this is the 2.0 version of the product, which means they do have a cool looking and much cheaper 1.0 version as well. Do check it out.

Most Stylish Air fryer on our list

There are a few more options and unless you are really finicky about your research or looking for anything specific in particular you can very well ignore them as well.

Though Air Fryer comes with a certain promise but lets not forget there are severe limitation to the cooking style and despite all the marketing hype no they are not a substitute for all your deep frying needs. However as a gadget it does have a certain value and if you are consciously headed to a healthier lifestyle, this can be a worthy investment in your kitchen.

Thanks for reading, hope this post was helpful. Do let us know which one you ended by buying in the comments.

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Quaker Oats Challenge with Vikas Khanna – Oats Bhelpuri Recipe

Quaker Oats’s very famous & uber cute Chef Vikas Khanna has come up with a cooking challenge – #BringYourTastiestBowl – where in one stands to win Rs. 50 lakhs in cash prize besides loads of other gifts and prizes. If Rs. 50 lakhs didn’t excite you enough, how about getting to meet your favorite Chef Vikas sound to you? #BringYourTastiestBowl

Every week  for next six weeks Chef Vikas will give a challenge! All you have to do is make your tastiest bowl of oats according to the challenge, click a picture of your bowl with the pack of Quaker Oats and upload on their website! Two winners will be selected every week who will get a chance to participate in a cooking competition which will be judged  by Chef Vikas Khanna himself.

To submit your entries Click Here.

Do check the Terms & Conditions (Rules) of the contest.

First week’s challenge Video :

I took the first week challenge and created the Oats Bhelpuri with Raw Mangoes.


Quaker Oats- 1 cup

Raw Mango- Finely chopped 4 tbsp

Onions- Finely chopped  4 tbsp

Tomatoes- Finely chopped 4 tbsp

Potatoes- Boiled & finely chopped 2 tbsp

Coriander leaves- Finely chopped 2 tsp

Green Chilli- Finely chopped 1 tsp

Pomegranate seeds- for garnish

Lemon- 1 slice

Papdi (Optional) – 3

Peanuts (Optional)- 1 tbsp

Ghee/Clarified Butter- 1 tbsp

Salt to taste

Chaat Masala- 1 tsp

Sweet Tamarind Chutney- 1 tbsp

Mint Chutney- 1tbsp

Red Chilli Powder- 1 tsp

Turmeric Powder- 1tsp


  1. In a pan heat  ghee and lightly roast the oats. Keep them aside to cool. In the same pan heat little ghee and add turmeric powder and add 1 tbsp oats and lightly roast and keep aside. Again heat ghee in pan and add red chilli powder and lightly roast 1 tbsp oats. Keep the three colored oats separately. You can skip the butter/ghee. These roasted oats can be stored in an air tight container and used later when in a hurry to make bhelpuri.
  2. In a bowl mix the roasted oats, raw mango, onion, tomatoes, green chilli, coriander, potatoes, crushed papdi, salt, chaat masala, chutneys and peanuts. Mix quickly.
  3. Squeeze lemon and garnish with pomegranate seed. Enjoy.

Also do upload pictures of finished dish pictures on Foodiye.com – this submission is not part of any contest, however just knowledge sharing with other Food lovers or Foodiye as they are called.

First week saw  people participating from all over the country and some super innovative recipes were submitted on the website. Second Week Challenge was to add a Chatpati Chaat twist to your bowl of Quaker Oats, which turned out to be super exciting week with recipes like  Oats Papdi Chaat, Oats Ragda Pattice and many more. Third week’s challenge by Chef was about adding a Mother Touch to your bowl of Quaker Oats and we saw some brilliant entries such as Oats Daal Dhokli, Oats Kadhi Pakoda etc. Fourth Week’s challenge was to add a Kid’s Delight touch to the bowl of Quaker Oat’s.  Fifth week’s challenge was give a regional twist to the bowl of oats and we saw  recipes like Oats Bedmi Aloo by the very enthusiastic contestants! Now we are into the last leg of the contest! The Sixth week’s challenge is to add a sinfully sweet twist to the bowl of oats! Hurry last day to submit your entry is 23rd June 2016.

3rd Week Quaker Oats Challenge with Vikas Khanna

4th Week Quaker Oats Challenge with Vikas Khanna

As if the Big promotion by Chef Vikas Khanna is not enough, we are also running an Exclusive Contest for our Delhi / NCR members – once you are done with

creating your bowl and posting the picture on their website, do post picture along with the link to your entry on our social media channels. We will select one winner every week (per challenge) from our groups / communities based on the number of likes and decision of our culinary experts.

The weekly winner selected within our groups/communities would have no connection with the winners selected by Quaker Oats, which means you can win a prize from us as well as good folks at Quaker Oats.
This week the best entry within our groups/communities will get Philip’s Citrus Juicer!!

Spicy Bhelpuri made using Quaker Oats
Spicy Bhelpuri made using Quaker Oats
Colourful veggies including raw mango
Colorful veggies including raw mango
Papdi, salt & chaat masala
Papdi, salt & chaat masala
Three colored oats..
Three colored oats..
Ghee roasted oats
Ghee roasted oats
Quaker Oats
Quaker Oats

Once again just to sum it up – do upload your #BringYourTastiestBowl creations on Quaker contest site here https://bytb.quaker.co.in/ – to win some amazingly exciting prizes – all contest and prize details on their website.

Besides that do upload your entries on our Social Media channels to stand a chance to win AWESOME gifts from our side as well.

Let the games begin.

Lauki Paneer – Healthy, Easy & Oil Free Recipe by Sarika Behal

This is has to be one of the most popular and tried recipe on our forums. When I saw multiple posts about how tasty this dish is, I couldn’t help but wonder how can lauki taste so nice in a gravy.

Lauki Paneer
Illustrated by Anuradha Gupta (Text and Pictures)
Original Recipe by Sarika Behal
Finally I tried my hands on the very easy, healthy and delicious Lauki Paneer recipe by Sarika.
This is has to be one of the most popular and tried recipe on our forums. When I saw multiple posts about how tasty this dish is, I couldn’t help but wonder how can lauki taste so nice in a gravy.

The results were more than satisfying and everyone kept raving about the lovely creamy texture of the gravy and when I disclosed the fact that this has been made minus the butter, cream and ghee, people were awestruck.Also this can be a great replacement for the loaded Shahi Paneer.

This is a great recipe for fussy eaters who hate the sight of the lauki/ghiya/bottle gourd and the people who love to watch their calories.
Recipe: Serves 2


Ingredients :
Olive Oil : 2 Tbsps {I know the title says oil free but only 2 tbsp is almost like nothing ;)}
Paneer : 150 Gms
Garlic : 3 – 4 cloves chopped
Ginger : An inch chopped
Green Chillies : As much as you like but one is good if you want mildly hot
Onion : 1 medium size chopped
Capsicum : 1 medium size
Lauki/Bottle Gourd : 1 small size chopped
Milk : 1/2 Cup
Cardamom : 2, pods removed and seeds crushed
Cinnamon : a little more than a pinch
Salt : As per taste

Red Chilli Powder : as per taste

Coriander Powder :  2 Tbsp
Garam Masala : 1 Tsp
Jeera : 1 Tsp
Kasuri (Dried) Meethi Leaves : 1 Tbsp
Coriander Leaves for garnishing


Method :
1. Boil lauki / bottle gourd in minimal water. Since we need very less water and don’t want to lose the nutrient packed stock, so keep it as little as possible. Add a bit of salt while boiling.
2. Lightly roast capsicum on gas stove and keep aside.

3. In a wok, add olive oil  and jeera. When jeera sputters, add  green chilies, ginger and garlic. When garlic turns brown, lower the flame and add onions. Saute onions till they become light brown. Don’t
caramelize them.

4. Now add all the dry masalas except for garam masala and kasuri meethi.

 5. Add a little lauki stock to prevent masalas from sticking in the wok.

6. Now add the boiled lauki and chopped roasted capsicum. Add some lauki stock and cook for 3-4 minutes till all the masala comes together.

7. Switch off the flame and let it cool down for few minutes.

8. Puree this masala along with milk in a mixer/blender. Blend on high speed till you get a sauce like consistency.

9. Put this sauce back in wok and cook for 5 mins on low flame. Now add paneer cubes,
garam masala and kasuri methi. Cook for couple of more minutes.

10. Garnish it with coriander leaves and serve hot.


Lauki Paneer


And those who have tried it or plan on trying it, do come back and share your experience and result in the comments on this post. Would be much appreciated, Thanks.