Do you love hot dogs? How about pulled-pork barbecue? Well, we decided to combine two of our favorite foods into a delicious gourmet hot dog recipe perfectly prepared in your very own air fryer! This one is hands-down my favorite hot dog, so I am pleased to present our Air Fryer Pulled Pork Barbecue Hot Dog!
With the upcoming summer holidays in mind, we thought it only fitting to try some gourmet flavors to spice up the average summer hot dog. And if you are a cheese lover, this Air Fryer St. Louis Hot Dog is one of our favorites.
If you’re a fan of caramelized onions and cream cheese, then you’ll want to try our Air Fryer Seattle Style Hot Dog!
Sweet and savory are the two words that best describe these delicious hot dogs. Inspired by the flavors of Seattle, Washington’s favorite hot dogs, this is one recipe you’ll want to save for later.
Christmas is right around the corner, and if you’re planning a large meal for family and friends or cooking for a small gathering at home, most at-home chefs struggle with what to prepare for the main course. After eating enough leftover turkey to last you until next year, poultry is probably the last thing you want to cook. And if you’re looking for something delicious, but want to cook something different than ham, give our citrus maple pork in the air fryer a try.
If you’re looking for a quick alternative to Shake n’ Bake, I dare you to try Airfrying.com’s bone-in pork chops in air fryer. These delicious pork chops prepared in your air fryer have the same delicious taste and texture of a pan-fried pork chop without swimming in oil or feeling greasy.
If you’re planning a cookout or celebrating for the 4th of July or Memorial Day and want to make something different than burgers and dogs, then look no further. Boneless country ribs in the air fryer make the perfect meal for outdoor or backyard gatherings with family and friends. And if you want to make your life even easier, impress your guests by cooking country pork ribs in the air fryer.
Frying bacon in the air fryer faster, healthier, and cleaner alternative to preparing it in a skillet. One of the things I dislike most about cooking bacon in a skillet is the mess from grease splatters. Air fryers reduce bacon grease splatters because any grease is contained in the bottom of the air fryer.
I don’t know about you, but sometimes, cooking breakfast for my family can be a chore. While I often resort to grab-and-go breakfasts during the week, it’s nice to have a hot breakfast on a Saturday or Sunday morning, or, my personal favorite, breakfast for dinner. But the task of cooking scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, and pancakes is daunting after a long work week. But my struggles have ended. I now cook frozen sausages in the air fryer.
If you’re not a fan of boiled or microwaved hot dogs, save yourselves the time it takes to heat up the grill. Simply cook your hot dogs in the air fryer.
Cooking your hot dogs in the air fryer takes less time than boiling or grilling, and you can avoid the rubbery texture of one prepared in the
I know what you’re thinking because I thought it, too. Cook a spiral ham in an air fryer? But why? I mean, it’s already cooked for you. Why would you need to do anything but stick in the oven and warm it for a couple hours?
It won’t be less fattening. In fact, we make no promises that the ham will magically be healthier if cooked in an air fryer. It won’t. Ham is ham–fattening, delicious, and decadent in all of its magnificent honey glazed glory.
But…cooking your ham in an air fryer WILL prove to be a huge time saver.