Don't stop there. In an air fryer, any type of vegetable can be crisped. We add colour and nutrients to this recipe by slicing zucchini, sweet potato, and beet thinly.
Without a doubt, one of the main reasons you bought an air fryer was to make French fries.
Deep-fried chicken fingers have a crispness that baked chicken fingers don't have. To save calories while maintaining crispness, use your air fryer.
When you take a piece of this crispy fried stuffed pasta out of the air fryer and dip it in your favourite marinara sauce, the kid in you will rejoice.
The delicious crunch of fried coconut complements the delicate prawns nicely. The key to getting a great crunch is toasting the coconut before coating the shrimp.
Without using too much oil, panko breadcrumbs crisp up in the air fryer, giving these pork chops an addictive crunch.
A bath in hot oil gives the perfect falafel a little of crunch, but the air fryer does the job just fine without it.
To cut a hasselback potato correctly, use wooden chopsticks or the round handles of wooden spoons as a knife stopper on each side of the potato.
Bite-sized cauliflower florets are coated in flour, crisped in the air fryer, and then mixed in a quick, homemade sweet-and-sour sauce for this delectable dish.
If you like spicy flavours, try these keto-friendly, almond-flour-coated nibbles doused in classic Buffalo sauce.
To make the crispiest, healthiest fried chicken you've ever had, you don't need much. If you choose to go the cutlet route, this coating may also be used on chicken breasts.
Sure, you can bake or pan fried meatballs, but you won't get the same 360-degree crispness that an air fryer provides.