Home Cooking and Diets

The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook: Amazingly Easy Recipes to Fry, Bake, Grill, and Roast with Your Air Fryer


ISBN: 1623157439 | 2016 | EPUB/PDF | 154 Pages | 14 MB

Move over, french fries! There are now more possibilities than ever to cook everything you love with all the health benefits and convenience of your home air fryer with The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook.

When you think "air fryer" you probably don't think mixed berry muffins for breakfast, tuna zucchini melts for lunch, or spicy thai beef stir-fry for dinner. But, it's not as crazy as it sounds. The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook goes beyond fried foods to give you creatively inspired meals that are baked, grilled, roasted, and steamed. Full of tips and tricks to get the most from your air fryer, The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook shows you how to make meals you'll love with all of the taste and none of the guilt.

The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook contains:

Over 100 Recipes: Choose from a wide range of vegetarian, meat, fish, and poultry meals, including variations on your family's favorite recipes that adults and kids will love
Detailed Nutritional Information: Proving the advantages of air frying
Air Frying 101: Handy charts for guiding timing and temperature, plus advice on how to choose the best machine for you
Air frying connoisseur and cookbook author Linda Larsen has collected her favorite recipes in The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook to turn your air fryer into an all-purpose cooking machine!

The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook brings you recipes such as: Omelette in Bread Cups Bacon Tater Tots Sweet and Hot Chicken Wings Seafood Tacos Pesto Gnocchi Mexican Pizza Savory Roasted Sweet Potatoes Chocolate Peanut Butter Molten Cupcakes Apple Peach Cranberry Crisp * and much more.


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