I just made these this evening!   They were amazing!    I used my Air Fryer and I pre-heated the unit as instructed.    I used chicken tenderloins instead of breasts because that is what I had on hand!    They were most and flavorfully.   I served with zucchini pasta.    Definitely making these again and again!     I have loved every recipe I have made from Gina….thank you for creating such tasty and healthy recipes.
Good afternoon, Ben,
I really liked your recipe ideas and can't wait to try many of them (still not eating Quinoa, lol) like the okra, sweet potatoes and eggplant. I'm also looking forward to trying your recommendation of the baking powder added to my spices for making wings crispy. Thanks so much for that tip! I have recently purchased the Sarki air fryer and put my wings is the bottom pan with the stirring blade in motion. They come out somewhat crispy and they are pretty darn good for not being oil fried. But the really big payoff for me is the reduction of calories.
My husband and I are recently empty nesters and the air fryer idea came to me to help me reduce the amount of food I'm used to preparing for our family. You can only stuck so much in there, right?
Our favorite thing I make in it is chicken tacos. I take a pack of boneless skinless chicken thighs, cut it into bite sized pieces, and put the chicken in a bag with any brand taco seasoning, and also a package of guacamole mix (dry seasoning), about 3/4 of an onion, and some jalapeno chopped up, then adding a small amount of oil just enough to get all the ingredients to blend nicely together. Then I just let that sit in bag inthe fridge all day.
When I'm ready to cook supper, I spray my pan with a little Crisco, pour the prepared chicken yumminess into the bottom pan with the spinner blade (it turns the food the entire time it's cooking so it cooks uniformly) press a few buttons (350-375°) and in about 15 minutes, I've got delicious taco meat ready for a tortilla or shell. Tacos aren't just for Tuesday anymore 😉
Thank you so much for writing this informative article about cooking in an air fryer.

“Always wanted to try an air fryer because it’s a healthier way of cooking and preparing foods. After reading so many reviews, I found this fryer to be extremely [attractive], therefore I decided to give it a try. It is a 1,400-watt fryer with eight preset smart programs for basically all of my needs. You can fry, steam, grill, roast, and even bake with it! The timer and temperature can be set to be automatic, but if you preferred to manually check your food you can do that as well. This air fryer causes no smoke while preparing foods because it uses rapid air circulation to create heat that goes up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit … The cleaning is a breeze since there is not much residue. I am really satisfied with this air fryer and will definitely recommend it to my other friends.”


It is possible that you could make yours crunchier and less burnt by setting the Airfryer to a lower temperature and leaving it in for longer, but having tasted the few perfectly air-fried pieces in my batch, I'm not sure than any batch of air-fried raw vegetables could mirror the same taste or texture of the deep-fried, crunchy, melt-in-your-mouth kind.
If money is no object AND you are sure you will use it enough, then buy the Phillips. It’s sturdy, it’s got a few bells and whistles, such as a sliding rack to hold the basket, a preheat feature etc. even though, oddly, it only goes up in 30-degree increments. The bottom basket cleans easily, and the larger grid and higher wattage means even cooking and less need to flip. The larger grid does mean small things fall down. Get it HERE.

This is so handy! Easy way to eat healthy without heating up a giant oven. I cut up a head of cauliflower and used a T of butter/or margarine with garlic powder/ onion powder and smoked paprika stir caul around in that, then sprinkle with italian bread crumbs and air fry. Put it in the preheated air fryer for 10-12 minutes, at 350, it was excellent. I cooked some saucy things in there, and the sauce drips to the bottom, but does not smoke and burn. VERY easy clean up. Made some homemade bean burgers, came out great in there. Also done a tone of fries, they come out great and I piled it full. Not heating up the whole oven for these items will be great in the summer when the air conditioning is on.

The GoWise 8-in-1 Air Fryer XL 5.9 Qt does very well at air frying and has some nice advantages. In addition to a large capacity, it has digital controls with eight preprogrammed settings (hence the name) and an alarm that you can set to remind you to toss food during cooking. It doesn’t require preheating and the basket is both nonstick coated and dishwasher safe. With your GoWise, you also get a cookbook that provides lots of ideas for air frying. In addition to black and white, you can choose from red and purple housing.
Just choose from eight pre-set buttons for one-touch convenience that delivers your favorite fried foods like extra-crispy chicken fingers, veggies and more. The Power AirFryer Oven also is an added rotisserie, so you can make savory pork roast, mouthwatering turkey breast and authentic kebabs. Use the dehydrator function to make healthy vegetables, herbs, fruit and more.
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