I do admit that I love Dr. Praeger’s foods, so when I saw Dr. Praeger’s Kale Puffs, I had to try and air fry them. Why not?
As the summer weather winds down, I took it upon myself to indulge in one of my favorite summertime foods–corn on the cob. Sometimes underrated due to its tendency to make a mess, sweet corn makes for a delicious dinner for most any meal. What I discovered, however, is that cooking corn on the cob in the air fryer saves me a ton of time. In fact, air fryer corn on the cob cooks in just under ten minutes.
Sometimes, nothing tastes better than a good, old-fashioned hamburger. This anytime classic meal can be dressed up or down, served with piping hot fries, a side salad, or a simple bag of your favorite chips. In the summertime, the thought of cooking out makes us want to fire up the grill, but in the off-season, in the event of rain, or simply because you want a quicker alternative, a hamburger air fried to perfection is never a bad choice!
Stuffed chicken breasts are one of my favorite meals. Whether the breasts are stuffed with broccoli and cheese, mozzarella, or brie and apple, the air fryer is THE best option for cooking tender and juicy stuffed chicken breast.
It can be hard to go back to basics when you’re used to luxury. That’s a bit what it felt like when Cosori asked if we’d be interested in reviewing their original 5.8 quart air fryer after we’d been using (and loving) their premium 5.8 quart air fryer for months. But this original version has some of the same great qualities as the premium version and a lower price. It could be the right fit for someone looking for a perfectly sized, affordably priced air fryer. And speaking of price – Cosori is running a one day discount (25% off!) on Amazon, so read on for our review, details on the discount and a chance to win one for free!
I’ve always enjoyed ordering potato skins as an appetizer when eating out. Yes, they are tasty but more importantly, I didn’t have to make them. Have you ever made potato skins? It’s not like you can whip them up in ten minutes.
I ate a lot of spaghetti growing up and, because of this, I have eaten a lot of garlic bread. My favorite is the garlic French bread but alas, I will eat any bread with garlic and butter.
I found these delightful little bites in the frozen food section of my grocery store. My first thought was, ‘I like cauliflower.’ My second thought was, ‘I can air fry that.’ But it wasn’t until I tasted them that I thought, ‘These may be the best air fried frozen food that I have tasted.’ They are truly that yummy!
Fun fact: waffle cut fries have different cooking times than curly fries, which have different cooking times than steak fries. Yes, it’s weird but true. Oh, the life of a food blogger.
A few years back my toaster was on the fritz (sparks and everything) so I upgraded to a toaster oven. The toaster oven lasted for years until we upgraded yet again to the Emeril Lagasse Power AirFryer 360. It was then that I found out that I needed to learn how to toast my bagel in an air fryer.
A standard toaster hasn’t been on our counter top for years. We moved from a toaster to a toaster oven over a decade ago and used that until we replaced it with an Emeril Lagasse Power Air Fryer. It’s a multi-function air fryer that has a ‘toast’ setting, making it very easy to use. But what about toasting bread in air fryers that do not have all the bells and whistles of the Emeril?
If there is anything easier than air-frying boneless wings, I have yet to find it. In under 20 minutes, you can have the most perfect boneless wings possible.
Making the perfect hard-boiled egg has perplexed me for years. My old method was to add the eggs to a pan, fill it with water, and bring the water to a boil. As soon as the water goes to a rapid boil, turn off the burner and let the water cool off over time. It works well, but the eggs were difficult to peel. Annoyingly difficult.