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Air Fryer Snack Recipes

kdwdjw1988kdwdjw1988 Member Posts: 2 Member Member Posts: 2 Member
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Does anyone have air fryer Snack recipes?

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  • Dani9585Dani9585 Member Posts: 214 Member Member Posts: 214 Member
    What do you like to eat? Sweet? Salty?

    I’ve cubed a potato, added spices (salt, pepper, garlic, paprika), and cooked it for 40 minutes.

    Some people have made roasted chickpeas or pumpkin seeds, but I haven’t yet.

    What about a baked apples? I haven’t tried that, but I’m sure there’s a recipe out there.

    I think I’ve seen people make cakes in their Actifryers. I can’t bake things ... I’ll just eat it all LOL! Definitely haven’t tried it.

    I think the important thing is to think about your favourite snacks and then google those recipes, so like “roasted chickpeas in air fryer”

    Good luck 🙂
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 4,945 Member Member Posts: 4,945 Member
    Dutch bitterballen.

    Soak a leaf or two of gelatine in water, squeeze out excess water and stir into a tin of beef stew. Warm up the stew to dissolve gelatine. Line a square or rectangular food storage container with silicon baking paper or cling film that will hold the quantity of stew in a 1 inch layer. Pour in the stew and cool in the refrigerator until congealed. Tip out, cut into cubes. Roll in egg white, then breadcrumbs where a few drops of oil have been mixed through. Air fry 10 minutes on 200C.

    These are essentially croquettes that are liquid when you bite into a hot one. In the Netherlands you can get the traditional deep fried version in any bar. Serve with mustard.
  • windra06windra06 Member Posts: 50 Member Member Posts: 50 Member
    I love air fryer cauliflower, depending on volume mix some chickpea flour with your favourite spices ( I like garlic, smoked paprika and Chipotle flakes) then add some milk slowly until it forms a runny batter like you would for pancakes. I use almond milk but any would work.
    Mix the cauliflower into the batter then Roll in breadcrumbs and fry in the air fryer until crispy.
    I also love all kinda of veggies like pepper and squash as they go so crispy. One favourite lazy snack I love is a handful of frozen green french beans mixed with a little bit of oil and splash of soy sauce they go lovely and crunchy.
    edited January 10
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 4,945 Member Member Posts: 4,945 Member
    Cambodian street corn

    Make marinade of third of a cup of coconut milk, two tablespoons of fish sauce and a tablespoon of sugar, a quarter cup of finely diced green onion (mostly the green parts). Coat ears of corn by shaking with the marinade either in a plastic food container or in a plastic bag. Air fry about 15 minutes at 200C.
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  • madwells1madwells1 Member, Premium Posts: 514 Member Member, Premium Posts: 514 Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    Dutch bitterballen.

    Soak a leaf or two of gelatine in water, squeeze out excess water and stir into a tin of beef stew. Warm up the stew to dissolve gelatine. Line a square or rectangular food storage container with silicon baking paper or cling film that will hold the quantity of stew in a 1 inch layer. Pour in the stew and cool in the refrigerator until congealed. Tip out, cut into cubes. Roll in egg white, then breadcrumbs where a few drops of oil have been mixed through. Air fry 10 minutes on 200C.

    These are essentially croquettes that are liquid when you bite into a hot one. In the Netherlands you can get the traditional deep fried version in any bar. Serve with mustard.

    This has to be one of my least favorite things in the world (I am Dutch mind you).
    They don't taste bad, but the consistency kills me!! If I remember right, your husband is Dutch, right?? Hope you make these for him and give him a beer on the side!
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 4,945 Member Member Posts: 4,945 Member
    Melted cheese on pumpernickel. I need to smear a triangle of Laughing Cow light cheese spread (or Phildelphia light) so that slices of hard cheese such as cheddar or gouda sticks to the bread. Otherwise everything blows apart in the air fryer.
  • Megan_smartiepants1970Megan_smartiepants1970 Member Posts: 10,657 Member Member Posts: 10,657 Member
    I do breaded fried pickles.....garbanzo beans with different spices (that become crunchy)
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