These roasted one-bite potatoes are crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, thanks to the air fryer.
— Read on www.allrecipes.com/recipe/282437/air-fryer-one-bite-roasted-potatoes/
I got this hamburger stew recipe from a woman at our church, Lois Henry, when I needed a way to use up our bounty of home-canned tomatoes. My husband loves it, and I like that it’s easy to warm up for a carefree dinner in the winter months. —Marcia Clay, Truman, Minnesota
— Read on www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/favorite-hamburger-stew/print/
You don’t need a lot of oil to fry these zucchini slices. Buttery cracker crumbs make a yummy, crunchy crust.
— Read on www.allrecipes.com/recipe/222576/easy-fried-zucchini/
These zucchini pizza fritters are the perfect after-school snack. Plus, they’re freezer friendly! —Marisa Allen, First and Full
— Read on www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/zucchini-pizza-fritters/
These air fryer quesadillas are a quick and delicious fix with Pillsbury™ Crescent Dough. Portable and fun to eat, they’re made with just three ingredients, including a filling of black bean and corn salsa and shredded cheese. Simply bake your quesadillas in an air fryer, and serve with salsa and sour cream for a quick weeknight dinner you’ll want to add to your regular rotation.
— Read on www.pillsbury.com/recipes/air-fryer-crescent-quesadilla-pockets/34d70a06-bdad-475b-b186-a9457a2d12d3
You can make all the crispy appetizers, sides, and snacks you want in your air fryer—fries, crispy cauliflower, chicken wings—the possibilities are endless.
— Read on www.simplyrecipes.com/8-air-fryer-finger-foods-5181441
While visiting a friend in St. Louis, Missouri, I tried fried ravioli at almost every restaurant we visited. When I got home, I had to try to replicate them, and I think this air-fryer ravioli recipe comes pretty close. —Cristina Carrera, Kenosha, Wisconsin
— Read on www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/air-fryer-ravioli/print/
Like deep-fried pickles? You’ll love this version even more. Dill pickle slices are coated with panko bread crumbs and spices, then air-fried until crispy. Dip them in ranch dressing for an appetizer you won’t soon forget. —Nick Iverson, Denver, Colorado
— Read on www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/air-fryer-pickles/print/
With wasabi in both the crab cakes and the dipping sauce, this festive appetizer brings its own heat to the holiday party. —Marie Rizzio, Interlochen, Michigan
— Read on www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/air-fryer-wasabi-crab-cakes/print/