Air fryer

eseamands

Founding Member
Founding Member
Joined
May 13, 2015
Posts
319
Likes
14
Points
130
Location
Bismarck
We have really liked using our Ninja air fryer for jalapeno poppers/sweet pepper poppers (pepper with cream cheese in the middle, slab of pheasant or grouse, wrapped up in bacon). They seem to cook more evenly and it's a breeze to clean up.
 


Wall-eyes

Founding Member
Founding Member
Joined
Nov 17, 2015
Posts
991
Likes
368
Points
253
Wife is really into it being a healthier way. I have done some recipes found on line kinda hit miss.
 

CatDaddy

Founding Member
Founding Member
Joined
May 16, 2015
Posts
3,621
Likes
1,639
Points
588
Location
Casselton
Anyone do battered fried fish like walleye or crappie? I have a hard time believing it's as good as in oil but something I want to at least try once.
 

luv2huntnfish

New member
Joined
Sep 28, 2017
Posts
1
Likes
0
Points
63
I do Langdon locker sausage or any link sausage
All types of marinaded chicken parts
Hamburgers
Never did a steak though perhaps there are good recipes for that to.
Would you share how you prepare your Langdon locker sausage? Temperture and cooking time?
 

CatDaddy

Founding Member
Founding Member
Joined
May 16, 2015
Posts
3,621
Likes
1,639
Points
588
Location
Casselton
Gonna do baby potatoes in olive oil, sea salt, rosemary, and thyme tomorrow in the air fryer. They'll pair nicely with the wagyu-looking ribeyes I picked up at Costco for 12.99/lb. Not sure why they're labeled "choice" and not "prime".....might have to make a separate thread if it turns out as I expect. Brussel spouts and morel mushrooms/onions in butter to top it off.
 


NG3067

★★ Legendary Member
Joined
Nov 19, 2017
Posts
363
Likes
207
Points
160
Location
N mandan
Anyone do battered fried fish like walleye or crappie? I have a hard time believing it's as good as in oil but something I want to at least try once.
I’ve tried it a couple different ways, turned out good, but no comparison to traditional fried. Had a medium priced TFal (I think) brand nd thought a better one would help so bought a Cuisinart. Guess I’ll die a couple months earlier from fried food.
 

Platinum

Founding Member
Founding Member
Joined
May 1, 2015
Posts
313
Likes
20
Points
130
Location
Devils Lake
All the above mentioned are good. Try toaster strudels - 350 degrees for 3 minutes, then flip and do another 3 minutes - way better than out of the toaster.
 

lunkerslayer

Founding Member
Founding Member
Thread starter
Joined
Apr 12, 2015
Posts
19,027
Likes
3,035
Points
858
Location
Cavalier, ND
Would you share how you prepare your Langdon locker sausage? Temperture and cooking time?
Fully thawed at 350ish for 12 minutes, I flip the sausage after 6 minutes. 12 is fully cooked to me but some may want it to be more crispy then you can either add more time or higher temp to get that desired crispiness.
 

svnmag

Founding Member
Founding Member
Joined
Apr 20, 2015
Posts
17,034
Likes
2,489
Points
773
Location
Here
WARNING: Useless video:

I fooled around with a chick in Panama '88 whom could be considered an "air fryer": Almost gave her the Golden Green Card until she was discovered "air frying" Marines while I was at work. Damn shame: Can't blame the Marines as she was hot as a pistol and a gd hellcat.

I'm thankful she was dumbass enough to show her cards on both Howard and Allbrook:

 
Last edited:


Shockwave

Founding Member
Founding Member
Joined
Sep 20, 2015
Posts
913
Likes
316
Points
248
Location
Bismarck
We just bought a new oven that has a built air fryer. No more bulky air fryer on the counter.
 

Recent Posts

Friends of NDA

Top Posters of the Month

  • This month: 97
  • This month: 95
  • This month: 89
  • This month: 78
  • This month: 76
  • This month: 74
  • This month: 74
  • This month: 67
  • This month: 62
  • This month: 60
Top Bottom