Making Baked Potatoes in the Air Fryer

Making Baked Potatoes in the Air Fryer

Once again, the Air Fryer was calling my name and this time we tried baked potatoes. A few weeks ago, the BBQ Country Style Pork Ribs was on the menu. Those came out amazing and the family really enjoyed them. We are big fans of baked potatoes and wanted to try cook them in the air fryer. About five years ago, baked potatoes were featured on the site with those being cooked in the oven.

Making Baked Potatoes in the Air Fryer

When you put the potatoes in the air fryer, don’t put them on top of one another. Beforehand, I’m using Canola Oil to rub on the potatoes after rinsing them off. After rubbing the potatoes down with the oil, I’m rubbing them down with sea salt. After putting them in the air fryer, set the timer for about 40 minutes. For me, I’m having the temperature on 400 degrees. About 25 minutes into the baking the potatoes, check on them. You will see they’re turning brown, so grab some tongs and turn them over.

Making Baked Potatoes in the Air Fryer

After turning them over, let them cook the remaining 15 minutes in the air fryer. When they’re finished, you will see they’re a crispy brown color. You can use the tongs to remove them and put them on the plate. You will notice the skin of the baked potatoes is really crispy. Cut the potatoes and you will notice that the inside is perfect.

Making Baked Potatoes in the Air Fryer

When it comes to my baked potatoes, I’m putting butter, sour cream, cheese and grated cheese in mine. Baked Potatoes tastes great and I’m usually pairing mine with steak or baked chicken.

Making Baked Potatoes in the Air Fryer

Are you a fan of baked potatoes? Have you air fried baked potatoes before? How do you cook yours? What do you put in your baked potatoes? Leave some feedback below anything related to baked potatoes or recipes for the air fryer?

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