Wash the beef liver in cold water, pat dry and cut into 1 inch pieces. Place in a bowl.
Slice the onions and add to the liver pieces in the bowl.
Season the liver and onions with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Coat evenly.
Place into the air fryer tray/basket in a single layer (may need to cook in several batches). Spray the top of the liver/onion mix.
Cook for 12 minutes at 400º F. If not done, toss and keep cooking in 1 minute increments until done; being careful to not overcook as it can turn the liver tough, dry, and chewy. Instant read thermometer should read 165º F.
Serve with chopped green onion (spring onion) or cilantro.
Adhere to your own machines instruction manual for proper cook times and food prep. A liner can be used to ensure no pieces fall through the basket/tray.
No need to soak liver in milk, but you can if you prefer!
1lb. Chicken Gizzards, cleaned, trimmed, cut into bite-sized pieces
1/4c. All-Purpose Flour, can use GF
1/4c. Corn Starch, can use arrowroot powder
2 Eggs, beaten
1/2 tsp. Garlic Powder
1/2 tsp. Paprika
Salt & Pepper to taste
Bring a pot of water to a boil then turn down to medium-low. Add in the gizzard pieces, ensuring the water does not come back to a boil.
Cook for 1-2 hours, this ensures nice and tenderized gizzard pieces.
Remove from water and allow to dry atop a paper towel lined baking sheet.
Preheat your air fryer to 400º F.
In a bowl, mix together the dry ingredients, set aside.
In another bowl, beat the egg.
Dip each piece of gizzard into the beaten egg and then roll in the seasoned flour mixture. Coat them evenly then place onto the basket/tray, ensuring a single, uncrowded layer. Allow to rest for 5 minutes.
Spray lightly with cooking oil and cook for 10 minutes, shaking/tossing often throughout the cooking process to ensure even browning.
Cook an additional 5 minutes. Serve warm with your favorite dipping sauce!
Adhere to your own air fryer instructions for proper cook times/food sizes.
Pair with your favorite dipping sauces; share yours with us!
Rinse the chicken livers, pat dry, and leave atop extra paper towel to soak up any residual liquid.
Combine the flour, corn starch, and seasonings (feel free to use as much or as little of the powders as you want) in a bowl.
In a separate bowl, whisk together the milk and egg.
Dip the livers in the milk mixture and then into the flour mixture. Place each piece into the air fryer basket/tray as you go. Repeat this until basket/tray is full (in a single layer with space around each piece; do not overcrowd.)
Using the oil, spray lightly to coat the floured livers.
Cook for 10 minutes at 390º F, turning them half-way into the cooking time. More spray may be needed once turned.
Continue to cook, checking every minute until they are golden and crispy.
The flour and starch can be subbed for arrowroot powder and tapioca flour.
The oil spray will ensure the flour/starch adheres to the livers and doesn’t stay a powdery coating.
Remember to adhere to your own machines instructions for cook time/use.
Use your own combinations of spices and herbs to create your own flavor profile!
Try a squeeze of fresh lemon overtop of the finished livers.
Pairs great with many dipping sauces like your favorite bbq or buffalo sauce!
These flavorful, crispy bits of pork belly will be a repeat snack for any occasion! A perk using the air fryer is there is hardly any mess as opposed to traditional methods of preparing these tasty nibbles! Feel free to season/marinade in whatever you feel emboldened to create!
Season the scored beef roast in the soy sauce and half the worcester sauce. Rub with the salt and pepper, ensuring the seasoning gets into the scored sections.
Place into the air fryer basket/tray and cook for 15 minutes at 360º F
Toss the peeled and diced vegetables in the remaining worcester sauce, maple syrup, olive oil, and salt & pepper.
After 15 minutes cook time, add in the vegetable to the roast (filling gaps, but ensuring a single layer.)
Cook for an additional 45 minutes.
Check for doneness on both the meat and vegetables. If the veggies need more time, remove the roast and allow to cook in 5 minute increments, checking often. If the roast needs more time, remove the veggies and cook for longer in 5 minute increments.
Allow the roast to rest for 10 minutes prior to serving.
Reference your own user manual for your air fryer to ensure proper cook times/food size.
Try out other sides you can make by visiting the forage and vegetable recipe pages!
Pairs amazingly with the horseradish sauce found here!
2.65lbs. Lamb Roast, boneless preferred to ensure quick cooking and proper fit inside your air fryer
10.5lbs. Potatoes, peeled and quartered
1 Tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 tsp. Rosemary
1 tsp. Thyme
1 Tied Bunch of Bouquet Garni; usually consisting of Fresh Thyme, Parsley, Tarragon, Sage, &/or Rosemary, but any herb combo can be used.
Salt & Pepper to taste
Prep the lamb roast by scoring it and rubbing it well with salt and pepper.
Place lamb inside the air fryer basket/tray and place the tied Bouquet Garni next to the roast; this will give off aromatics as the roast cooks, flavoring the meat.
Cook for 30 minutes at 320º F.
Meanwhile, place the peeled and quartered potatoes into a bowl and season with salt, pepper, rosemary, thyme and extra virgin oil oil.
After the initial 30 minutes cook time on the roast, turn the lamb, remove the garni bundle, and place potatoes around the roast filling in gaps (but ensure a single layer only.)
Cook for an additional 25 minutes.
Remove the potatoes and roast. Check the internal temperature of the roast. If the roast isn’t cooked to preferred doneness, place back into air fryer and continue to cook, checking every 5 minutes until done.
If potatoes are not crisp, add them back in to continue cooking and check every 5 minutes until done.
Allow lamb to rest for at least 10 minutes prior to serving.
If the roast isn’t cooking fast enough, feel free to cut it in half. This will speed up cooking.
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If wanting different sides, check out our Forage and Vegetable pages for recipe ideas!
Ensure you follow your own machines instructions for preparing food as each unit is different.