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Air Fryer #8107646 12/30/20 03:58 AM
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Got one for Christmas. What should I cook?

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Steak sucks on one but we may have screwed that up. Fries and hashbrowns are awesome


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Got one from the kids. Did fries tonight. They were great

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Fries from a frozen bag or from fresh potatoes?

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I got one for Christmas as well. We cook taquitos, frozen chicken nuggets, cheese sticks, frozen fries, bacon, some of the other frozen things we’ve found in the food isle. It’s great when my son says he wants chicken nuggies and French fries. Throw them in for a couple minutes and they come out perfect.


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We are planning to try the air fryer for everything, in this new method of cooking . Our daughter swears it is the best appliance ever invented, and has so many great recipes for it.. We usually do frozen fries or tater tots, tonight I used the tumbler and frozen. If you can find these, so much better than Ore-Ida. I like fresh ones for bakers, fryers, or hash browns at home, since I can get them for $10/50 pound box. In the motor home, these are a life saver - just add boiling water, wait 5 minutes and fully re-constituted and fry up like fresh!!! They keep for years and are good well beyond the date! Miles Willard here in Idaho Falls was a world-renowned inventor of all things potato; you have him to thank for potato chips, hash browns, potato flakes, etc.

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Fried chicken is best fried jus sayin....


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My bride finally got one.....she is wearing hers out making chicken wings


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did these chicken enchiladas last week.

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Originally Posted by bigbob_ftw
did these chicken enchiladas last week.

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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
My bride finally got one.....she is wearing hers out making chicken wings

My wife uses hers to cook me wings every Sunday, but the fries are hand cut and fried in oil.


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Originally Posted by KRoyal
I got one for Christmas as well. We cook taquitos, frozen chicken nuggets, cheese sticks, frozen fries, bacon, some of the other frozen things we’ve found in the food isle. It’s great when my son says he wants chicken nuggies and French fries. Throw them in for a couple minutes and they come out perfect.


Heck yeah. We raided the frozen aisle at Costco yesterday and picked up some mini tacos, pizza rolls, and chicken nugs for our daughter. Pizza rolls were ready in 10 minutes and perfect - the 5yr old said they were “the best pizza rolls” she’s ever had haha.

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Originally Posted by bigbob_ftw
did these chicken enchiladas last week.

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Whoa, not what I would have thought of using the air fryer for. Those look great though.

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did these chicken enchiladas last week.

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Whoa, not what I would have thought of using the air fryer for. Those look great though.


it can cook damn near anything. we have 3 and use them all the time.


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Now that's funny right there, don't care who you are!!!

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I was thinking about one of these and found this thread...

Can you cook fresh cut tater fries?

When ya'll are cooking chicken, is it flour battered or ?

Can you also cook fresh battered shrimp and say catfish fillets?

I can't quite wrap my head around this idea of not using grease. Most of the examples you see talked about, particularly all the frozen stuff, you can put in the oven anyway. I'm most interested in the things you would typically cook up and fry the old fashioned way.

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The problem is if you are used to using runny batter for the items you deep fry. If you want it like tempura or buttermilk batter, then no. I am still experimenting, but get a little closer all the time. Two ways to have a little success is to make the batter really thick, then do a final dredge in flour to kinda set it up dry. The other way I found was to dredge in lighter batter, and refrigerate for 30 minutes, then use your dry mix like Louisiana Fish Fry

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Hot dogs!

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They are awesome for reheating left over fish and pizza, much better than a micro wave.

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Yes, while microwaves get things reheated, it's from the inside out. I'd rather use a toaster oven or air fryer to get the outside crispy again, and the inside just warm and moist!!!

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Pork chops and marinated chicken breast, I spray a small amt of olive oil them. Salmon steaks are good also.

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Salmon is unreal on it. Get some bbq cuts and put them in for 7-9min depending on thickness. Comes out perfect

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My in-laws got a Cuisinart TOA-60 months ago. My son got a Ninja Foodie months back as well. They both use them all the time.

My wife and I talked about this subject this week. One of these is coming soon.

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