These Recipes Will Give You Three More Reasons to Buy That Air Fryer You’ve Been Eyeing

It’ll cost you less than you think.

July 13, 2018

If you’ve heard that air fryers are the appliance of the year, you might be wondering if you really need one on your countertop. (I mean, I know it’s National French Fry Day, but how many air-fried French fries can a person really eat? Not going to answer that...) Turns out, you can use the air fryer for more than just, well, frying. You can even bake with it! Below are three classic recipes made easier with an air fryer.

Food Network Kitchen’s Air Fryer FriedRice with Sesame-Sriracha Sauce, as seen on Food Network.



No wok? No problem. An air fryer can make all your DIY takeout dreams come true. This recipe has all the crispy rice bits you love without the labor of standing over a screaming hot pan.

Food Network Kitchen’s Air Fryer Banana Bread, as seen on Food Network.



You don’t need to turn on your oven to make a delicious banana bread. With an air fryer it only takes 30 minutes to cook and comes out in a beautiful round perfect for brunches.

Food Network Kitchen’s Air fryer Air Fryer Teriyaki Salmon Fillets with Broccoli, as seen on Food Network.



This weeknight dinner turns out perfectly every time thanks to the air fryer. The salmon and broccoli come together as a one-pot meal without making your whole house smell like fish.

Not sure where to buy an air fryer? This one from Sur La Table is on sale now for $70. You can also find air fryers as low as $50 like this one on Amazon.

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