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Chiko Roll
A popular vegetarian aussie snack food.

Chiko Roll

Invented in Australia, the Chiko Roll is still as popular as ever. Cooked in the air fryer, this favourite fast food can be a healthy alternative to using a deep fryer. In as little as 11 minutes, you can be eating a tasty, fast food staple without the guilt of unhealthy cooking. The ingredients contain cabbage, barley, carrot, green beens, beef, beef tallow, wheat cereal, celery and onion so it's a quick and relatively healthy snack that is really hard to resist.

Servings 1Chiko Roll
Cook 11mins
Temp 200 ° Cor 390 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Snack
Australian

Chiko Roll
A popular vegetarian aussie snack food.

Chiko Roll

Invented in Australia, the Chiko Roll is still as popular as ever. Cooked in the air fryer, this favourite fast food can be a healthy alternative to using a deep fryer. In as little as 11 minutes, you can be eating a tasty, fast food staple without the guilt of unhealthy cooking. The ingredients contain cabbage, barley, carrot, green beens, beef, beef tallow, wheat cereal, celery and onion so it's a quick and relatively healthy snack that is really hard to resist.

Servings 1Chiko Roll
Cook 11mins
Temp 200 ° Cor 390 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Snack
Australian

Calories

306

Fat

9g

Saturates

4g

Protein

9g

Carbs

45g

Sugars

3g

Salt

647mg

Fibre

0g

Per Serving

Calories

306

Fat

9g

Saturates

4g

Protein

9g

Carbs

45g

Sugars

3g

Salt

647mg

Fibre

0g

Per Serving

Ingredients
  • 1single Chiko Roll

Units:

Method
  • Preheat the air fryer to 200 ° C or or 390 ° F which is usually around 3 minutes.
  • Place the frozen Chiko Roll in the air fryer basket.
  • Cook for 11 minutes.

Method
  • Preheat the air fryer to 200 ° C or or 390 ° F which is usually around 3 minutes.
  • Place the frozen Chiko Roll in the air fryer basket.
  • Cook for 11 minutes.

Recipe Notes

* Cook from frozen
* No Oil is necessary
* No need to shake basket

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2017-12-29T10:40:56+00:004 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Blane666 January 22, 2017 at 1:46 pm

    I’ve cooked them a few times and 11 mins isn’t enough on 200 degrees. I found when I cut in the middle they were still gooey. I don’t want them dry so anyone else know how long was successful for them please?

  2. Julie February 6, 2017 at 5:46 pm

    12 minutes ..1 or 2 .. perfect

  3. taz October 25, 2017 at 7:35 pm

    photo is spring rolls not chiko. Chiko roll takes about 20 minutes at 190

    • gleff October 26, 2017 at 4:28 pm

      Thanks. I know the photo needs to be updated however when i make chick rolls I cook then at the time and temp I posted and they come out great.

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