Most recipes on this site indicate you should preheat the air fryer prior to starting to cook. There are a couple of reasons for this.
- Preheating times may vary between air fryer models. Most should take around 3 minutes to preheat, however, always consult your air fryer user manual or manufacturer to confirm.
- Preheating prior to cooking allows consistency between recipes. If a recipe says cook for 5 minutes but the air fryer hypothetically takes 3 minutes to preheat with one model, and 4 minutes to preheat with another model, then preheating ensures you always start cooking at the specified temperature providing more accurate results.
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