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Air Fryer Breaded Mushrooms
This is an update of our air fryer frozen breaded mushrooms that we originally published back in February 2019. Here is what I had to say back then:
If you are following our weekends of frozen food in the air fryer, then you will have had some fantastic treats so far.
We we’re recently recipe testing some mushrooms for an Instant Pot Pressure Cooker recipe (it was our Instant Pot pork chops with mushroom gravy) and Dominic being the mushroom fan in our house, pointed out that we had never done breaded mushrooms in the air fryer and it was a must.
Dominic used to work as a chef in the pubs in England and breaded mushrooms was a regular thing on the menu.
It was one of those side dishes that you often had as a starter or as a side dish with some steak. Nearly always it came with some tomato ketchup.
I am sure he probably had a few breaded mushrooms when he was supposed to be working, after all the free food was always the biggest perk of the job.
Can You Cook Frozen Breaded Mushrooms In An Air Fryer?
Absolutely and air fryer frozen mushrooms are delicious. They are ideal for throwing a bag of frozen breaded (or battered) mushrooms in the air fryer, while you cook something else in your instant pot.
Or you can load frozen mushrooms with other favourite appetizers for that perfect Saturday night in!
Why Air Fryer Frozen Breaded Mushrooms
I often see suggestions for cooking breaded mushrooms in the oven. But there is a big problem there and that is that they are often soggy and dry.
The oven steals any moisture and they never have that lovely pub crispy texture.
Plan B is always to deep fry your frozen breaded mushrooms. Of course, they taste amazing like this, but seriously how bad is that for you? But the air fryer is like being hypnotised.
You think they have been deep fried as they taste that good, but really, they have been air fried which is the same in calories as being oven baked.
Or as I like to put it its like eating fries for the same calories as a jacket potato!
Air Fryer Frozen Breaded Mushroom Brands
We used the brand Iceland for our frozen breaded mushrooms. It is part of their American style range and gives you a 280g bag of breaded mushrooms.
My first thought was how small the bag of frozen mushrooms was for the money. But when you consider that breaded mushrooms are quite big, then you realise you are getting quite a lot to put in the air fryer.
We found that from brand to brand they are very similar. So, if you have a different brand of frozen breaded mushrooms then don’t worry, simply follow the instructions below as they are universal for all brands.
Air Frying Mushrooms
There are a few different ways that you can air fry frozen mushrooms and it depends on personal preference.
Frozen mushrooms in air fryer is rather a broad term and you can do it many ways. You can be reheating from frozen stuffed mushrooms, cooking frozen blanched mushrooms, or cooking mushrooms that are breaded or battered.
The healthier keto version that my readers LOVE is when you air fry from frozen basic mushrooms. You then add garlic butter, and you have a wonderful side vegetable for dinner. The smell of the garlic butter will fill your kitchen.
- Frozen Breaded Mushrooms In Air Fryer – This is the air fryer mushroom recipe we are sharing with you today. Just load up frozen breaded mushrooms into the air fryer and let the air fryer work its magic.
- Air Fryer Frozen Battered Mushrooms – Similar to when you cook frozen breaded mushrooms, but instead they are battered not breaded. They are even better than breaded and have a crunch on them like battered fish.
How To Cook Breaded Mushrooms In Air Fryer
Cooking air fryer frozen breaded mushrooms is so easy and OMG so tasty too. Its also hands free and effortless at the same time.
You don’t need to use:
- Olive Oil
As everything is done for you. It’s a case of adding them to the air fryer and let the air fryer make this starter taste amazing.
How Long To Cook Breaded Mushrooms In An Air Fryer?
The air fryer mushrooms cook time is JUST 10 minutes. Load your breaded mushrooms into the air fryer, air fry and 10 minutes later they are DONE.
More Air Fryer Frozen Food Recipes
But don’t think that you must stop there as there is plenty of other air fryer frozen food, that also tastes spectacular thanks to how crispy the air fryer cooks your food.
Some other favourite air fryer food recipes include:
- Air Fryer Frozen French Fries
- Air Fryer Frozen Mozzarella Sticks
- Air Fryer Frozen Egg Rolls
- Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Nuggets
- Air Fryer Frozen Mini Pizzas
- Air Fryer Frozen Sweet Potato Fries
- Air Fryer Frozen Potato Wedges
- Air Fryer Frozen Hash Browns
- Air Fryer Frozen Fish Sticks
- Air Fryer Frozen Onion Rings
- How To Cook Frozen Chicken Wings In The Air Fryer
- Air Fryer Chicken Wings From Frozen (3 Ways)
As well as the air fryer frozen recipes that I recommend above, we also have a cookbook that is dedicated to frozen food cooked in the air fryer. It has both healthy and unhealthy air fryer frozen food recipes and is loved by many.
Air Fryer Frozen Breaded Mushrooms
- 280 g Frozen Breaded Mushrooms
- Open the breaded mushrooms bag into a mixing bowl or any large bowl.
- Grab the breaded mushrooms one by one making sure the excess breadcrumbs stay in the bowl and place them into the air fryer. Cook the breaded mushrooms in the air fryer, for 10 minutes at 180c/360f.
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