Saturday, August 31, 2019

Air Fryer Herb Potatoes

These 'Air Fryer Herb Potatoes' are so easy to make and are simply delicious. They taste great served plain or dipped in your favorite sauce. For todays version, I placed them on a salad with a drizzle of vegan ranch dressing.

Air Fryer Herb Potatoes Recipe at Pieced Pastimes

This recipe came after some trial and error. In the end, it was the simplest combination of ingredients that won.  Fresh herbs make all the difference here. I have used dried in a pinch, but the flavor wasn't quite the same.

Air Fryer Herb Potatoes Recipe at Pieced Pastimes

My potato of choice is 'Yukon Gold', but you could use 'Red Potatoes' or 'Russetts'. An essential part of the potatoes is to steam them first - until just cooked through. I will steam a batch of potatoes and refrigerate them to use throughout the week.

Air Fryer Herb Potatoes Recipe at Pieced Pastimes

I like to use a layer of parchment paper in my air fryer, but this is just a personal preference. Some air fryers circulate the air too strongly to use paper, as it will just blow around.

Air Fryer Herb Potatoes Recipe at Pieced Pastimes

These potatoes have become a staple in our house and I hope yours as well.

Now, onto the recipe:

Air Fryer Herb Potatoes

  • 2 medium potatoes, washed - skins left on 
  • 2 tbsp chopped fresh sage
  • 2 tbsp chopped fresh rosemary
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1/2 tsp sea salt
  • 2 tbsp avocado oil

- Steam potatoes until just cooked through and cool. I steam a batch of potatoes and refrigerate them to use throughout the week. Once cool, slice into wedges or large fries and place in a medium bowl. Spritz the potatoes with avocado oil. Stir in sage, rosemary, onion powder and sea salt. Preheat the air fryer to 400°.  Place seasoned potato slices into air fryer in one layer. Cook for 7 minutes, flip and cook for an additional 3-5 minutes or until golden brown.


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2 comments:

  1. I still haven't jumped on the air fryer train, but with each enticing recipe I see such as this, it makes me want to make room for one, even in a downsize move (perhaps especially in a downsize move? They seem to be so versatile!).

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    1. Hi Rita - Like you, I have to justify a new purchase in my mind before taking the plunge. That being said, I must say that I do use my air fryer quite often. I keep mine in the pantry unless it's in use and that seems to keep my minimalist side happy. 😊

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