1. 5 stars
    Im afraid that the eggs might explode. Like they would in a microwave! EDIT: I did try and was cringing but they turned out great and were alot easier to handle than getting them out of the hot pan.

    1. HI Gigi,

      No problem there at all. Just stick to the same temperature as the recipe 🙂

      They come out better than they do boiled and are much easier to peel.

      Kind regards


    1. Hi Gwen,

      For soft eggs peel them straight away as they will carry on cooking. But with the hard boiled eggs you can let them cool and then put in the fridge and peel them when you need them 🙂

    1. Hi Judy,

      That sounds like they are slightly overcooked but they are still edible. Some air fryers can be more powerful than others so next time i suggest you reduce the cook time by 2 minutes.

    1. Hi Jo

      Yes that is correct this post is getting split into 2 posts and you will find the video you watched will be in the recipe card, so please follow the video until we get can add it to the updated posts and we will let you know 🙂

    1. Hi Patti,

      No we do not have any presets on our air fryer, but if you have a preset for 19 mins at 120 c/250 f then just use that 🙂

    1. Hi Jane,

      Yes you could but if the air fryer oven is bigger than the basket air fryer we used then you would need to adjust the time to cook 🙂

  2. The video seemed to have liquid in the bottom of the Airfryer is this necessary as you don’t mention it? I have a Tower Airfryer since Christmas so am still learning how to use it. Very grateful to your web page.

    1. Hi Judith,

      The liquid is a slight bit of water where we have washed out the pan. There should not be any liquid in the bottom to air fryer your eggs 🙂

      If you have any more questions please get in touch!

    1. Hello Val,

      We would not recommend it because you need a low temp 120c/250f because otherwise the eggs will explode and cause a lot of mess and also could burn yourself, so this is why we practice every recipe to make sure it is safe to use 🙂

    1. Hi Sandi,

      Some Ninjas do not, we have a Ninja Foodi and updated version and it can go really low as you can dehydrate fruit init, so i think it depends on the version of Ninja you have 🙂

  3. I also have a ninja foodi which has a bake mode on it. There is where I’m able to bring the temp down to 250degrees farenheit. 6 eggs, 16 minutes, Perfect!! Gotta admit I was hesitant and skeptical 😏

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