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Fillet Steak
Juicy fillet of steak served with mashed or baked potato and vegetables. Yum

Fillet Steak

Steak in an air fryer. It doesn't get any better than this. Add your favorite gravy such as Diane sauce and you have a mouth watering meal fit for a king.

Servings 2People
Prep Time 2mins
Cook 12mins
Temp 200 ° Cor 390 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Main Course
Worldwide

Fillet Steak
Juicy fillet of steak served with mashed or baked potato and vegetables. Yum

Fillet Steak

Steak in an air fryer. It doesn't get any better than this. Add your favorite gravy such as Diane sauce and you have a mouth watering meal fit for a king.

Servings 2People
Prep Time 2mins
Cook 12mins
Temp 200 ° Cor 390 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Main Course
Worldwide

Calories

415

Fat

24g

Saturates

6g

Protein

13g

Carbs

43g

Sugars

30g

Salt

115mg

Fibre

5g

Per Serving

Calories

415

Fat

24g

Saturates

6g

Protein

13g

Carbs

43g

Sugars

30g

Salt

115mg

Fibre

5g

Per Serving

Ingredients
  • 2Medium Fillets of Steak
  • 100g Gravy (optional)

Units:

Method
  • Preheat the air fryer to 200 ° C or 390 ° F which is usually around 3 minutes depending on the air fryer.
  • Season the steak with your favorite spices.
  • Place the steak into the air fryer basket.
  • Cook for approximately 12 minutes.

Method
  • Preheat the air fryer to 200 ° C or 390 ° F which is usually around 3 minutes depending on the air fryer.
  • Season the steak with your favorite spices.
  • Place the steak into the air fryer basket.
  • Cook for approximately 12 minutes.

Recipe Notes

* Cook from Defrosted
* No Oil Necessary

This cooking time is based on the Steak being Medium done. Add or subtract 2 mins between Rare, Medium, and Well Done. If you want to be sure though, I recommend using a meat thermometer. I have a Thermoworks Thermopop. It's accurate and fast. You get a reading in about 5-6 seconds which is important when cooking in an air fryer because you don't want to leave it open for prolonged periods of time while you wait for a temperature reading.

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2017-12-29T11:07:02+00:003 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Lisa February 25, 2018 at 2:52 pm - Reply

    I made sirloin steak in my air fryer. It was the best steak I had. Got to love my airfryer I like it better than the microwave LOL

  2. Jim Kadel April 15, 2018 at 7:20 am - Reply

    Don’t air fryers start timing AFTER they reach set temperature? In other words, why not start with the steak/s already in the fryer? The time set will begin once the temperature of the fryer = 390°F.

    • gleff April 15, 2018 at 7:37 am - Reply

      Hi Jim,

      Not all air fryers automatically start timing as soon as you set the temperature. I have a Philips airfryer that beeps when it reaches the correct temperature, and then you manually start the timer.

      More to the point though, the reason you don’t just put the steak or other food in the airfryer as soon as you turn it on is consistency. Ovens of all types take time to heat up. If the food is in the oven while it’s heating up, it’s essentially defrosting the food in the process, or partially cooking the food. This will substantially change the length of time needed to cook the food. Think of a standard recipe. They always tell you to preheat the oven first. It makes the cooking time more precise if everyone starts at the same point in time.

      Also, and this is more specific to the airfryer, the airfryer is able to make things crispy on the outside, and moist on the inside because of the high temperature and short cooking time. If you put the food in before it reaches the temperature, you risk drying out the food on the inside, and then burning the outside because it’s been in the airfryer longer.

      You’ll get better results if you preheat the airfryer first.

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