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The Best And Famous Air Fryer Recipes


Are you looking for recipes to make in your air fryer? Well, we’re here to help! We’ve compiled a list of our favorite easy air fryer recipes that will have you drooling over them the next time you’re craving something crunchy.

Air-Fried French Fries


2 pounds of potatoes, peeled and cut into French fry-sized pieces.

3 tablespoons olive oil, divided

1/2 teaspoon salt (to taste)


Preheat the air fryer to 350°F. Place the potato pieces in a large bowl and pour 3 tablespoons of oil over them. Toss well so that each piece has an even coating of oil on it. Season with salt to taste; if desired, you can also add garlic powder or rosemary for extra flavor! Pour out any excess oil from your bowl onto a plate or other surface before placing it in your air fryer, as well as on top of some paper towels so that any excess moisture does not burn during a cooking time

which could cause uneven browning results when you’re done cooking these delicious treats! Once ready, place sliced potatoes into the hot air fryer basket, taking care not to overfill because once heated, they will expand, causing spillage issues if filled too high, so start small and work up to filling the entire basket without spilling over the sides onto the countertop surface below. I am working away at making perfect crispy, crunchy snack bites every single time, no matter how many times I make them!

Use a good-quality batter. The best way to make crispy onion rings is by using high-quality ingredients, such as flour and eggs. Use good-quality oil for frying. We recommend using vegetable oil or canola oil if you don’t have any particular preference for cooking methods (air fryer vs. skillet). Whenever possible, buy locally-grown and produced food products! This will help support local economies and keep money in your pocket (and out of large corporations’ pockets).

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Crispy Onion Rings

The air fryer temperature should be set at 375 degrees F; this will prevent the onions from burning when they’re fried in hot oil! We must be clear about one thing here: Air frying doesn’t mean that all types of foods should be cooked this way, no matter how delicious they may seem! “Certain types of foods require higher temperatures than others because they contain more water or fat content than others do.”

Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

The most important thing to remember when making grilled cheese sandwiches in an air fryer is that you want your cheese to be melted. So make sure it’s a good-quality spread and don’t use too much of it! The other thing to watch out for is overfilling the air fryer—you’ll want room for more than one slice of bread, but not so much that they start sticking together and burning.

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Loaded Potato Skins

Cut the potatoes into wedges.

Use a mandolin or knife to slice the potatoes very thin.

For an extra-special effect, use sour cream or Greek yogurt instead of mayonnaise.

Chicken Tenders

Use chicken tenders, which are boneless chicken cutlets. They’re great because they cook quickly in the air fryer, and you can use them as a base for any recipe that calls for chicken pieces or tenders.

Season with salt and pepper (or whatever spices you like). I like to add some garlic powder too because it goes well with the other flavors of this recipe.

Air fry for 10 minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit (or 25°C). If your air fryer has a setting that warns you when it’s done cooking, flip after 5 minutes so that both sides get crispy goodness! Remove from the oven and set aside for 5 minutes on each side before serving.

Chicken Wings

Air-fryer chicken wings are a great alternative to deep-frying. They’re healthier, easier to make, and cook in less than 30 minutes! You can make them spicy or mild and add your favorite sauce on top.

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Zucchini Chips

Zucchini chips are a fun and delicious snack that you can make in your air fryer. They’re also easy to make, but there are a few things you need to keep in mind before you get started.

To start, all you are:

A zucchini (you can use any type of summer squash)

Olive oil (or other healthy fat) for cooking the zucchini slices

Baking soda or baking powder (to help the chips crisp up nicely)

Air fryer recipes are easy and can help you be healthier.

Air fryers are easy to use and clean. They don’t require oil, so they’re healthier than deep frying. You can even use your air fryer for other things besides cooking, like baking or roasting.


We hope this article has given you some inspiration for your next air fryer recipe. If you’re looking for more recipes, check out our guide on how to use an air fryer and see which one is best suited to your needs.

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