Sorry for no pictures but here are two things I’ve done in the air fryer that turned out great.
First, when I buy a roll of breakfast sausage, I put it in the freezer for half an hour or so and then when it’s starting to get frozen, I slice it, flash freeze it and put it in zipper freezer bags. We use a pound of sausage quickly enough that I don’t vacuum seal just one pound. Usually the night before, I’ll take out the sausage patties out for the next morning (if we’re having sausage the next morning!) and stick them in the fridge overnight.
This morning I had planned to fix bacon but we were having waffles and I’d rather have sausage with waffles so I put the frozen patties in the air fryer, cooked them at 390° for about 5 minutes. Then flipped them over for about 2 minutes, then turned off the air fryer, started cooking the waffles and right before they were done, I turned the sausage back on and it was perfect!
Second, we were having baked potatoes with dinner tonight. I scrubbed them, dried them, rubbed them down with olive oil, then sprinkled coarse sea salt on them. I cooked them in the air fryer at 390° for 30 – 40 minutes. The potatoes weren’t huge but they weren’t small but I was able to fit 4 of them in there. I moved them around a couple of times so all the potatoes had an equal time of being on top (and getting the air flow). They were getting done before I was ready for them to be done so I turned the temp down to about 250° for maybe 15 minutes, then back up to 390° for another 10 minutes. They were perfect!
One more thing . . I forgot about this. Yesterday we heated some frozen egg rolls in the air fryer. Vince said that was the best way we’ve ever cooked them.
We love our air fryer! Again, this is the one I have. There are many, many varieties and they’re probably all good. I researched and researched and decided on this one and I’m really happy with it.