Who doesn’t love the humble potato? Delicious, versatile and available all year round. Check out our articles below for all the different ways you can use your air fryer to prepare this beloved tuber!
Thick cut French fries
Surely one of the first things anyone attempts in their air fryer – French fries. My personal preference is for hand cut, thicker fries. Read more here.
Air fried baked potato
The air fryer cuts down the time to make this delicious treat by 20-30 minutes. You’ll end up with a fabulously crisp exterior and fluffy potato in just 30-40 minutes. Read more here.
Like baked potatoes? Like something a little more interesting? We love to cook up these skin on potato wedges, they’re like mini baked potato bites! Read more here.
Air fried potato croquettes
Croquettes make for a delightful twist on boring old mashed potato. Simply prep your favorite mashed potato recipe and then cook with an egg/panko crust for a deliciously different finish. Read more here.
These thinly sliced rounds of potato are perfect for dinner and breakfast alike. Our recipe sees them air fried with their skin on for more taste and texture. Read more here.
I mean sure, it’s a baked potato cooked with dozens of thinly cut slits, but hey, the result is much more than that. All those extra ridges means more surface area to crisp up. Read more here.
These ultra thin and crispy potatoes offer a different twist on regular French fries. Read more here.
These traditional breakfast style potatoes become hassle free when cooked in the air fryer. Read more here.
Store bought crinkle cut fries
Most store bought fries are roughly similar in size, as such they all cook up roughly the same. Most take about ten minutes from frozen to golden and crisp. Read more here.
Reheating restaurant fries
Don’t leave your leftover fries any longer, now you can bring them home for eating later. The air fryer makes a great tool for reheating restaurant fries in barely a few minutes. Read more here.
Sweet potato wedges
Looking for something a little more healthy? Sweet potatoes make for a fun spin on the traditional wedge and fry. Read more here.