Gorton's Beer Battered Whole Fillets

How to cook Gorton’s Beer Battered Whole Fillets in an air fryer

  1. Preheat air fryer to 400F
  2. Cook for 10 minutes at 400F
  3. Turn fillets half way through cooking

We used the COSORI to air fry this (affiliate link, we get a fee), always check your food with a good kitchen thermometer.

The air fryer makes for the perfect way to cook these whole fish fillets from Gorton’s. The hot circulating air makes the exterior shell fabulously crunchy; not to mention minimizing that mushy separating later between fish and coating that’s all too common in this type of frozen product.

Air fried Gorton's Beer Battered Whole Fillets
Air fried Gorton’s Beer Battered Whole Fillets
Air fried Gorton's Beer Battered Whole Fillets interior
Air fried Gorton’s Beer Battered Whole Fillets interior
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  1. These Gorton Beer Batter Filets taste sooooooooo much better in the air fryer, compared to a conventional oven. And it’s faster too.

    1. I haven’t used that model so can’t say for sure Garth. Mostly, the recipes on the site should be portable to different models though. I’d say go ahead and cook a single piece of the fish in your air fryer as a test, and make sure you have a food safe thermometer to hand. Check the fish with the thermometer and take it from there. You might find you want to cook a little longer, or shave a min or two off perhaps, but I’d think the recipe gets in you the vague ballpark – where you can then tweak.

  2. My air fryer is just a little basket that comes in my crocs toaster oven but I put it on our fry with a turbo and they turn out marvelous you don’t need any special air fryer that’s crap! But I do flip them over instead of shake them shaking them in a basket does nothing I flip them over At the halfway point.

  3. I don’t have fancy air fryer, it’s actually very small, with that being said followed your instructions and they came out perfect. Time to eat!!!

  4. I have a 6.8 quart Dreo Pro. We have tried these a few times and I’ve done 385F (12-14 mins.) and 400F(10 mins.), flipped halfway. Still can’t get away from the mushy texture. I might bump up to 425F tonight and see what happens.

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