It’s no secret that us Malaysians are huge foodies. We are surrounded by a wide range of delicacies; evidently seen with the street food we have on every corner. Despite having easy access, we see an increasing trend towards home cooking. Whether it’s health concerns, budget constraints or simply cooking passion, people are taking the initiative to learn and experiment new recipes from the comforts of their kitchen. The lockdowns over the past two years have surely been a contributing factor in bringing out the chefs in us.
Struggling to think about what to eat and cook must be a ritual you undergo on a daily basis. Thanks to the Philips NutriU app, not only does it give numerous ideas, but also healthy recipes tailored for the air fryer to keep you covered from breakfast to dinner. The user-friendly app even sorts the recipes based on its difficulty levels, making it easy for everyone to follow, with or without any cooking experience. Time to bid farewell to those instant noodles my friend.
Interestingly, recent data extracted from the app shows that a whopping 78% of users in the Asia Pacific region cooked more often at home with the Philips Air Fryer and NutriU-app, with 93% feeling that both Philips Airfryer together with the NutriU app makes cooking easier for them. Gone are the days where only women were known to be interested in cooking as 1 in 3 of the users are male!
But have you ever wondered about what is the go-to food Malaysians tend to make? And no, it’s not roti canai – we stick to mamak bistros for that. Insights showed that the most common food in the country seems to be banana bread and chicken breast. In fact, these two are consistently in the top viewed recipes for all countries in the Asia Pacific region since last year. This does not come as a huge surprise as banana bread has been gaining popularity with it being sold at almost every bakery and cafes, becoming our favourite comfort snack for anytime of the day. Let’s not forget that our love for anything banana goes back a long way, from pisang goreng to cekodok.
Gym junkies out there are surely familiar with chicken breasts as it is the leanest part of the meat with the highest protein count. Thanks to its versatility, it is probably the easiest to cook with as it can be turned into a wide range of dishes of different cuisines – and the Philips NutriU app provides us just exactly that, at the click of a button. Whatever it may be that you are craving for, make healthy yet delicious versions of it with the recipes anytime. The options are limitless as the air fryer allows you to bake, grill, fry and roast in a healthier way. Talk about convenience!
Get inspired and join the air fryer community by downloading the NutriU App via this link https://philips.to/3wwSO59.