Aldi has issued a precautionary recall of its Ambiano fryers after a potential electrical fault was discovered. If you have an affected model, you should stop using it immediately.
The recall only affects Ambiano mini fryers with a model number 95760 and one of the following barcodes:
All three colours have been recalled - stainless steel, grey and red.
You can usually find the model number and barcode on the underside of a product or on the original box it came in.
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Deep-fat fryers have gained a negative reputation in recent years, with fears over oil fires and the health implications of greasy foods contributing to their decline in popularity.
But is an air fryer a better choice? Perceived as healthier, safer and less fiddly than deep-fat models, air fryers are now a popular choice for making chips at home.
Instead of submerging ingredients in oil, air fryers only use a tiny amount and circulate hot air to cook crispy, but not greasy, food. Our round up the models that perform exceptionally in our tough testing.
Supermarket brands have also got in on the act of creating budget air fryers - Lidl has launched its own-brand Silvercrest air fryer. Our experts tried this model out, so visit our review of the to find out if it's worth buying.