Air Fried Pork Belly

Hi, I heard about the June oven on the IoT podcast and I am trying to talk my wife into getting it to replace our toaster and air fryer (among other things). The only recipe we use our air fryer for is pork belly. The whole family loves this, but the Air fryer we have can only cook two servings at a time and each cook cycle take 25 minutes so for a family of 6 we end up eating this meal staggered rather than together. The June oven has three air fryer racks so I pretty sure I can fit enough pork belly in there, what I am concerned about is handling the drippings. A fair bit of fat gets rendered in the cooking process. Has anyone tried air fried pork belly in the June oven? Do you think it would work for my scenario?

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  • You could put one air basket on the lowest shelf level and line it with foil to catch the drippings and cook pork belly in the other two baskets.  Another option would be to put the shelf on the lowest level with a June pan on it and having the two baskets on the two higher shelves.  This would catch the drippings also.  

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  • The pan is a lot smaller than the baskets, so if you use the pan to catch drippings I'd be careful about the placement of the meat.

    The foil-in-the-bottom-basket trick is probably safest, so long as there's no way for the foil to leak.

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