It’s Friday night. You’ve just come home from a long day at work. You’d really like to munch on some wings and beer, but after a long week, the last thing you want to do is go out for dinner. Don’t worry, you’re not alone in your dilemma. In fact, we have great news! Serving up delicious wings at home is achieved with minimal effort, thanks to this recipe for easy air fryer buffalo wings!
If you’re pressed for time on a busy weeknight or activity-packed weekend, it’s always nice to open the freezer and cook a meal in only minutes. However, if you grow weary of the typical meal of frozen pizza or chicken tenders, try something different this week. Air fry frozen shrimp with crispy coconut. Served with delicious citrus sauce for dipping, these frozen coconut shrimp will be a much welcome treat that you can serve in only minutes.
One of my favorite healthy indulgences is sauteed summer squash, zucchini, and onions to pair with a small portion of my favorite protein, like grilled sirloin, broiled salmon, or roasted chicken. However, by the time you prep and chop all the veggies, heat up the skillet, wait for the wonderful vegetable trio to reach its perfect al dente texture, and tend to the needs of your demanding toddler, thirty minutes have passed, half your veggies are still under cooked, and the rest of them are mush.
Simplify this savory side dish with your air fryer, and never hover impatiently over the stove again.
Just chop and prep your veggies, we recommend a very sharp, high-quality cutting knife, like the Kibaby kitchen knife. Set the temp on your air fryer, add your ingredients, and set the timer. In only 25 minutes, you’ll sit down to a perfectly cooked veggie trio that will tempt you to toss your frying pan.
- 2 medium zucchini
- 2 medium yellow squash
- 1 yellow onion
- 4 Tbsp Olive oil
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- 1/4 tsp garlic powder
- 1/4 tsp ground black pepper
- Cut the zucchini and yellow squash in 1/4 inch slices.
- Combine zucchini, yellow squash and olive oil.
- mix in the salt, garlic powder, and black pepper
- Put in air fryer for 15 minutes at 400 degrees
- While the zucchini and yellow squash cook, dice the yellow onion.
- When zucchini and yellow squash done, add the diced yellow onion.
- cook all for 10 minutes at 400 degrees.
See how easy this healthy squash zucchini and yellow onion air fried dish is to make
Whether you have adopted a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle or simply wish to add a meatless Monday to your weekly meal rotation, this air fryer eggplant makes a perfect main course or delicious side your entire family will love.
Air fried foods that can be prepped easily for lunch, dinner, and snack time frequent air frying and cooking blogs and social media sites. But what about breakfast? One of the greatest features of air frying is that you can cook practically any food with the simple touch of a button. So, in honor of the most important meal of the day, we at airfrying proudly present: Air Fryer Breakfast Recipes.
If you’re looking for a healthier alternative to a regular hamburger or cheeseburger, these air fryer black bean burgers are a choice you won’t regret. Packed with protein and flavor, these burgers contain less saturated fat and calories and can be easily prepared in your air fryer.
If you’re on the lookout for a quick meal or simple appetizer to serve at a party, look no further. Ready in half the time it would take to bake and healthier than deep or pan fryer, serving frozen taquitos air fried will save you at least ten minutes in the kitchen while providing a delicious meal.
Who doesn’t love waffle fries? For whatever reason, we gravitate toward fries cut into various shapes that defy the normal French cut. And if you fall into this category, then you’d be crazy not to air fryer frozen waffle fries in your air fryer.
Whether you’re a meal-prep junkie, have a large family, or are planning a Sunday dinner, cooking an air fryer whole chicken is a skill you will definitely want to add to your recipe arsenal. It’s faster than baking and provides a crispy outer texture without sacrificing any moisture as ovens often do. The result is a
If you have children or ever were one, you understand the value of a great-tasting chicken nugget, preferably one that comes in an amazing shape–like dinosaurs. The struggle I always have with chicken nuggets isn’t about the shape or the lack of diversity it brings to the menu, but rather, the texture of a soggy, rubbery microwaved chicken nugget. However, when you cook frozen chicken nuggets in the airfryer, you can deliver crisp, great-tasting nuggets every time.