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Biscuits in the air fryer #7762847 03/04/20 04:43 PM
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Tried some canned "Grands" and they came out great!

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Got some bacon on, now, just to see how it goes.

Here's the bacon; turned out very well and no clean-up to speak of! I cooked a quarter pound of thin sliced bacon at a time with this experiment.

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can you post a picture of the actual air fryer?


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Re: Biscuits in the air fryer [Re: mikei] #7762859 03/04/20 04:51 PM
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Try Walmart frozen buttermilk biscuits. They’re really good and you can cook a few or a bunch.


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Re: Biscuits in the air fryer [Re: mikei] #7762862 03/04/20 04:55 PM
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Those look good.


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Originally Posted by dogcatcher
Those look good.


Yes they do.... food


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Re: Biscuits in the air fryer [Re: Cast] #7762909 03/04/20 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Cast
Try Walmart frozen buttermilk biscuits. They’re really good and you can cook a few or a bunch.


I'll do that, Cast! Thanks for the tip.

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Originally Posted by PMK
can you post a picture of the actual air fryer?

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Re: Biscuits in the air fryer [Re: mikei] #7762951 03/04/20 06:25 PM
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Here's a (bad!) pic of the air fryer I'm using. Brand name is COSORI; 5.8 quart; Model CP158-AF

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Re: Biscuits in the air fryer [Re: mikei] #7762981 03/04/20 07:03 PM
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interesting ... now I need to go do some research to see how that works ...


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Re: Biscuits in the air fryer [Re: mikei] #7762999 03/04/20 07:19 PM
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Gotta give us them there times and temps so we can whip up bodacious bacon and biscuits chef


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it does cook bacon outstanding! Heck, I use mine 4 times a week. Bone in Thighs tonight.

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Originally Posted by mikei
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Try Walmart frozen buttermilk biscuits. They’re really good and you can cook a few or a bunch.


I'll do that, Cast! Thanks for the tip.


What time and temperature settings do you use for the frozen buttermilk biscuits?

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Originally Posted by rcjoutdoors
Gotta give us them there times and temps so we can whip up bodacious bacon and biscuits chef


Each fryer is different, but for mine:

For bacon, I preheat the oven for 5 minutes @ 200; then I put the strips of bacon into the basket and cook at 320 degrees for about 8 minutes. This is thin sliced bacon I used, so I know that thick sliced bacon will require more time.

For the big biscuits, I set the GRANDS into the basket, set the heat to 360, and the time to 8 minutes. For the regular sizes, 5 minutes seems to get them done. I turn the biscuits over at the half-way mark on the cook time to get an even browning

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Originally Posted by mikei
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Gotta give us them there times and temps so we can whip up bodacious bacon and biscuits chef


Each fryer is different, but for mine:

For bacon, I preheat the oven for 5 minutes @ 200; then I put the strips of bacon into the basket and cook at 320 degrees for about 8 minutes

For the big biscuits, I set the GRANDS into the basket, set the heat to 360, and the time to 8 minutes. For the regular sizes, 5 minutes seems to do get them done. I turn the biscuits over at the half-way mark on the cook time to get an even browning


Dang that is some pretty quick cooking.

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Gotta give us them there times and temps so we can whip up bodacious bacon and biscuits chef


Each fryer is different, but for mine:

For bacon, I preheat the oven for 5 minutes @ 200; then I put the strips of bacon into the basket and cook at 320 degrees for about 8 minutes

For the big biscuits, I set the GRANDS into the basket, set the heat to 360, and the time to 8 minutes. For the regular sizes, 5 minutes seems to do get them done. I turn the biscuits over at the half-way mark on the cook time to get an even browning


Dang that is some pretty quick cooking.


It's quick, Herbie, and doesn't heat up the kitchen near as much as having the oven on. And, with the bacon, you don't have grease spattered all over the stove top since it's all contained in the fryer itself.

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Originally Posted by PMK
interesting ... now I need to go do some research to see how that works ...


PMK, it works just like a convection oven, but has a much smaller cooking area to heat, so it cooks more quickly than a standard convection oven. It's got a basket to put the foods in and the basket has "vents" all the way around it. Hot air comes from the top of the unit and circulates through the food. It doesn't actually "fry" food, it bakes it.

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interesting ... now I need to go do some research to see how that works ...


PMK, it works just like a convection oven, but has a much smaller cooking area to heat, so it cooks more quickly than a standard convection oven. It's got a basket to put the foods in and the basket has "vents" all the way around it. Hot air comes from the top of the unit and circulates through the food. It doesn't actually "fry" food, it bakes it.

thanks! that explains it pretty well.


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Re: Biscuits in the air fryer [Re: mikei] #7764342 03/06/20 12:43 AM
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My wife has been cooking Grands in the air fryer or a couple of weeks now, always turn out great. I'll ask her to try some bacon next time after seeing this.

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