Gourmia GTA2500 Air Fryer Review

Gourmia GTA2500Gourmia GTA2500 – A Cool Air Frying Machine!

We recently reviewed the Gourmia GTA1500 and now it’s time to review it’s bigger brother the Gourmia GTA2500. Is it any good?

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Gourmia GTA1500 vs Gourmia GTA2500

First let’s examine the difference between the 2 models: The Gourmia GTA2500 includes 11 accessories (see below for details), while the GTA1500 has 4 accessories.

These extra accessories make the GTA2500 more versatile than the GTA1500:

The GTA1500 can steam, gril, air sauté, air fry and bake.

The GTA2500 can air fry, air sauté, steam, roast, grill, broil, bake, stir fry, make kabobs and can be used as a rotisserie.

Contrary to popular belief the GTA2500 does not have a larger capacity than the GTA1500. Both are suitable for preparing up to 11 lbs of food.

The GTA2500 has a different and more state-of-the-art control panel.

Gourmia Air Fryer Features

  • Suction feet for stability/prevents slipping
  • non-stick interior
  • 1200-1400 watt
  • See through lid
  • Bright easy to use digital control panel
  • Temperature ranges from 120-450 F with increments of 10′
  • Ready sound
  • Safety lock on lid
  • Safety lock on rotisserie basket to keep food inside

Gourmia GGourmia GTA2500 AccessoriesTA2500 Accessories

The Gourmia GTA2500 comes with a whopping 11 accessories, which in itself is a lot compared to any other Air fryer brand. The accessories included are:

  • Rotating Classic Rotisserie
  • Rotisserie Basket
  • Tongs
  • Kabob Rack
  • Bake pan
  • Steam Pan
  • Hi/Low Broil Pan
  • Hi/Low Steamer Rack
  • Crisp ‘N’ Fry Basket
  • Steel Mesh Filter

How Does The Gourmia GTA2500 Air Fryer Work?

The air fryer uses a halogen bulb to heat up the air inside the unique dome shaped cooking compartment. The air is circulated 360 degrees around the food ensuring a moist juicy, inside and a crispy outside.

There’s no need for extra oil, so you’ll reduce your calorie intake and your waistline!

shop nowWhat Can You Prepare In the Gourmia Air Fryer?

The GTA2500 is a very versatile cooker thanks to the 11 accessories included. Foods you can prepare in the GTA2500:

  • Kabobs (using the kabob rack which is included)
  • Whole chicken (with the classic rotisserie accessory)
  • Egg rolls
  • Pizza (up to 10′)
  • Cakes
  • Bread
  • Homemade (sweet) potato fries
  • Grilled fish and steak
  • Popcorn (using the rotisserie basket)
  • Stir fried vegetables (using the rotisserie basket)
  • Steamed vegetable, dumplings, buns etc
  • Grilled sandwiches
  • Roast potatoes

The GTA2500 also features special cooking modes for defrosting, baking fries and pizza. Basically, using the accessories, the GTA2500 is versatile enough to make breakfast, lunch and dinner, so you need less appliances and less space.

Gourmia GTA2500 Ease Of Use

  • Using the GTA2500 is easy using the innovative digital control panel. Start by adding the required accessory and food into the cooking pot.
  • Close the lid and press the start key to select a preset cooking mode or select time and temperature.
  • Press the start button again and you food will be prepared to perfection. A sound will be heard when the time is reached.

Cleaning the Gourmia Air Fryer

Cleaning the GTA2500 air fryer is basically the same process as with most air fryers:

  • Clean the non-stick interior with the damp cloth.
  • Removable parts can be washed in the dishwasher


  • See through lid to keep an eye on the food
  • Versatile air fryer which can be used for many food preparations
  • Cooks up to 60% faster than a conventional oven
  • Rotisserie chicken feature
  • Exterior does not heat up during cooking.


  • The instruction manual is minimal.
  • No recipes included, but you can find a lot of air fryer recipes on the web.

The Bottom Line

Thanks to the many accessories included, this air fryer offers an incredible value for money, especially compared to other air fryers such as the Philips HD9230.

The GTA2500 has so many uses it’s truly mind blowing. Thumbs up!