Tai Pei Chicken Egg Rolls
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How to cook Tai Pei Chicken Egg Rolls in an air fryer

  1. Preheat air fryer
  2. Set temperature to 400F and set timer for 10 minutes
  3. Shake basket once during cooking to ensure even cooking

This recipe is based of using the COSORI Air Fryer (5.8QT model, affiliate link).

Personally, I’ve had the best results using the air fryer to prepare these frozen egg rolls from Tai Pei. That said, I’m still not super happy with the results. They’re vastly superior to the microwave (which results in a soggy mush) and better than the oven – but – they’re still somewhat mushy.

In this recipe I’ve cooked for 10 minutes total and as you can see, some blackening/burning is starting to occur on the exterior shell; the interior though still has some sogginess apparent. I might try going to 12 minutes to see if things are improved, but I worry about excessive burning going much further.

Tai Pei Chicken Egg Rolls air fried
Tai Pei Chicken Egg Rolls air fried
Tai Pei Chicken Egg Rolls. air fried interior
Tai Pei Chicken Egg Rolls. air fried interior
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  1. I made these in my Power Air Fryer XL Pro tonight. They were great with just a few small tweaks. First, make sure you preheat the air fryer to 400. I did it for about 4 minutes. Next, put your egg rolls in the basket and spray a little Pam Cooking Spray on them. Cook for 4 minute then, instead of shaking the basket, use tongs to turn them completely over. Spray a little more cooking spray and cook them another 4-6 minutes (I did 6). It will depend on the fryer but they ended up nice and crispy, not burned, hot throughout, and not soggy at all. You only need a tiny bit of cooking spray but that, plus the preheating are key to krispy!

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