- Apr 22, 2017
leet bread baking
I know. I did the same.I normally wash them separately - I guess it would be easier to put the basket into the pan and soak like that - I feel stupid now
Can you recommend a coating for Chicken?Boyfriend made us petite (fancy unnecessary word for small lol) hake fillets in the airfryer this evening. Coated in egg, then dipped in a mix of coconut flour, almond flour, sunflower seed flour (we grind seeds in a coffee bean grinder), fish spice and lemon rosemary spice. In airfryer for 7 minutes at 200. Crispy on the outside, juicy inside! The side is a cheese, bacon and onion cauliflower bake done in conventional oven.
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A colleague of mine swears by spelt flour and parmesan as a crust. I personally haven't tried this, spelt still being high carb, but should be good for gluten intolerance? Dischem stocks it. Otherwise we've done a combo of almond flour and parmesan crust in the past, dipped in egg first, very yummy! As it's being done in airfryer with zero to none bashing about, will hold coating in place.Can you recommend a coating for Chicken?
Looks seriously delicious! Did you do it all in the air fryer? or the beans in the pan?
Beans were done in pan so everything was ready at the same time We have an induction plate that we use if only one pan / pot cooking required in addition, so it's lower on electricity and time versus usual electric stove top.Looks seriously delicious! Did you do it all in the air fryer? or the beans in the pan?
I've made a note to rather be conservative with my fryer cooking times, especially with fish - it's so easy to over-cook, as this thing is so efficient
It was a 600g piece. Slightly smaller diameter than a coke can. I cut it into 4 smaller chunks. Smaller, thinner end pieces went in 5 minutes later than the rest,How long and at what temp ? And what size was it roughly ? Thanks