AKA, how to use that Airfryer you got for Christmas.
Top with cheese, butter, bacon bits, or simply a sprinkle of sea salt. Recipe here.
If your Brussels sprouts are on the larger side, slice them into thirds to make sure you don’t end up with any hard, uncooked sections. Recipe here.
All of the fried rice goodness, without the greased up stovetop (and oil-splattered shirt) to deal with. Recipe here.
Makes about 10 empanadas you can have for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Recipe here.
Dill pickles + panko bread crumbs = Salty, savory, and crunchy chips you can’t get at any grocery store. Recipe here.
Make sure to thoroughly dry all moisture from your fish so the fish fry seasoning can stick to the fish. Recipe here.
The star of this dish, TBH, is this bang bang sauce made with Greek yogurt, Sriracha, and sweet chili sauce. Recipe here.
The more garlic, the better, am I right? Recipe here.
Have any leftover vegetables? Toss them onto filo pastry and airfry it. Recipe here.
The trick to these perfectly shaped latke bites is a silicone mold, which is Airfryer-safe and easy to clean. Recipe here.
The Airfryer was honestly MADE for the humble potato, and we are here for these crispy sweet potato chips. 🙌 Recipe here.
Crispy, creamy, and oh-so-spicy. Recipe here.
Four ingredients (cauliflower, panko, butter, buffalo sauce) and 20 minutes is all it takes to make these. Recipe here.
These healthyish drumsticks use an oats-and-cauliflower crumb to achieve a perfectly crispy texture. Recipe here.
One of the best uses for your Airfryer is for quick projects like this one, which repurposes stale bread to create crunchy, slightly zesty, basil-topped croutons. Recipe here.
Amazing what two tablespoons of oil and some vegan ranch seasoning can do to tough kale. Recipe here.
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