Baked potatoes are a favourite of mine. Add a dollop of sour cream or butter and a few chives, and you have a yummy accompaniment to your main dish. Great with a steak, and some vegetables. Baked potatoes cooked in an air fryer will have a crisp skin and a nice fluffy potato interior.
Ham & Cheese on their own are a great combination, but encase it in a potato crumb and it makes a wonderful finger food. Cooking it in an air fryer keeps the filling nice and moist while making the crumbed outside nice and golden crispy. Dip them in your favourite dipping sauce or eat them on their own, either way, they'll taste great. Perfect for entertaining people with a finger food or entre.
Air Fryers aren't just for frozen foods. Try a toasted sandwich that's got plenty of gooey cheese, perhaps some ham, and toast in the air fryer. Ensure you butter the bread on the outside so it's toasted nice and golden brown.
Hot Dogs, Hot Dogs, Get your Hot Dogs here! Airfryer Hot Dogs taste like they were cooked on a Grill or BBQ, but in as little as 5 minutes. Add your favourite topping and you've got a tasty quick meal. Serve with some airfryer cooked french fries, and wash it down with an ice cold coke. Yum.
The first thing people tend to cook in their new air fryer is french fries. There's a good reason for that. It's virtually impossible to not make perfect fries each and every time you cook them. They are golden and crispy on the outside, and have a nice perfect potato filling inside that is cooked to perfection. Cooking them in the air fryer is also healthier. Add tomato sauce (Ketchup) or vineger and they will become a family favourite.
Sausage rolls are an aussie icon just like the humble meat pie. Throw a couple of frozen sausage rolls into the air fryer, and voila, instant snack. Piping hot on the inside, and crispy golden brown on the outside. Top with some tomato sauce and you have a yummy afternoon snack.
Light crispy pastry and a hearty meat filling, who can resist a Pukka Pie. This is the UK equivalent of an aussie meat pie. Reheat at a lower temperature for longer to ensure you don't over brown the pastry and thoroughly cook the filling.