I received 5-Ingredient Air Fryer Recipes in exchange for this post. All opinions and my love for cooking with my air fryer are my own.
The invention of the Air Fryer is changing kitchens. Once we fried food in hot oil, but the air fryer relies on hot air rather than hot oil, so you don’t have to feel like you are splurging, or save that favorite fried dish for a special occasion. You can now savor the simple delight whenever you like, armed with the Air Fryer, all your favorite fried foods await! But the best part may be that with the air fryer you avoid the messy clean up of cooking traditional oil-fried foods.
What if the recipes for your favorite fried food came with a short list of readily available, familiar ingredients, minimal preparation and little time? It would be perfect! ‘That’s just what 5-Ingredient Air Fryer Recipes
is about. All the recipes in the book require no more than five ingredients (excluding salt, pepper, water and cooking spray) and- apart from a small few can be made in just 15-20 minutes with minimal preparation.
Each recipe is unique, designed exclusively for the air fryer and downright delectable. The results are every bit as irresistible as higher-fat options — perhaps even more so. Each recipe is delicious proof that a recipe doesn’t have to have expensive, hard-to-find ingredients and complicated steps to be excellent.
Whether you are a novice or a well-seasoned air-fry cook, you will find recipe after recipe that delivers impressive results, time and again.
Inside you’ll find recipes that will make your mouth water, like Almost Effortless Donuts
, Banana Oat Snack Cookies, Baked Potato Dip, Asian Barbecue Wings, Blue Cheese-stuffed tomatoes, Cripsy-Top Parmesan Mashed Potatoes, Tapenade and Tomato Personal Pan Pizza, Puffed Egg Tarts, Sriacha and Honey Crispy Cod, Baja Fish Tacos, Chicken Shawarma, Herb-Crusted Pork Tenderloin, Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignons, Cheese and Garlic Monkey Bread, Pecan Pie Roll-Ups and more.
About the Author:
Camilla V. Saulsbury is the author of more than 20 cookbooks and is a freelance food writer, recipe developer, cooking instructor and creator of the healthy cooking blog powerhungry.com. She’s been featured on Good Morning America, Today and the Food Network, and in The New York Times.