1. 5 stars
    Hi samantha and dominic, love your recipes so much!
    We cooked a Boston butt pork shoulder with a bone in, last night for sunday dinner and it was perfect.

    1. Can you tell me how you did this? My husband bought me a air fryer but it says instant vortex. I’ve never used one

      1. Hi Valen,

        You can follow the instructions and use the same time and temo we used as we cooked our pork in an Power air fryer oven. You put the meat on the rotisserie so it spins like a spit roast and you can do the same with the Instant Pot Vortex 🙂

        If you have any more questions please get in touch!

  2. I have a philips hd9650 series airfryer I want to cook roast pork but this airfryer does not have rotisserie. Can you help.

    1. Hi Lorry,

      In the post you can see we cooked a rolled joint of Pork which was frozen in a standard air fryer like yours and it took an hour to cook. So if you are cooking a pork shoulder then i would cook 30 minutes 180 c/360 f then a further 20 minutes 160 c/320 f depending on the size of your pork then every 15 minutes i would turn it so it does not over cook on one side 🙂

    1. Hi Mary,

      I would cook the shoulder on a very low temp until defrosted turning frequently. Then cook on 180c/360f for about an hour depending on the size of the roast joint, turning frequently again to get an even cook 🙂

  3. i have a lagasse air fryer combo oven. pork shoulder 1500 watt what should i cook at. Lets see my roast is not frozen though at 3.4 pounds ty ps im hoping it will fit on my ritisserie i need both recipes for air fryer and rotissrie. y is it you cook frozen. haha with cupcakes. ise
    ur kids like to cook

    1. Hi Betty,

      We just filmed a video of doing our rotisserie pork in the air fryer oven and found for a 3.3 pounds (very close in weight to yours) that 1hr10 was the best cook time. Though if using the air fryer basket an hour would be fine.

      If its not the best thing is to cook it to an hour, slice it and then any slices that are slightly pink cook them for 5 minutes at 180c/360f on your top shelf.

      kind regards


  4. Hi, I have A power XL air fryer. How would I go about cooking a 3.15 pound pork roast? I have no rotisserie and the roast is already thawed.

    1. Hello Denise,

      If you do not have a rotisserie option i think this recipe for a pot roast which is just slightly smaller than your pork and we used beef for this recipe. If you follow the cooking times from this recipe it should be pretty close to cooking your pork. The reason i have not put our pork on here is because it was cooked on the rotisserie so have not added the link to it!

      Here is the link for our air fryer pot roast:


      If you have any more questions please let get back in touch 🙂

  5. 5 stars
    Aswel as i Standard Oven i also have a Halogen Oven and a Air Fryer with Rotisserie ,Now normally i use my Halogen and tbh it’s fantastic but i bought a Air Fryer after my friends rave about them ,So i was looking for a recipe for Roast Pork Shoulder, not Butt LOL (I’m English BTW) and found yours so my Joint is out De-frosting and i am looking Forward to Roasting it ,It is the Very 1st Time i have ever roasted anything so lets hope all turns out good and thanks for you Recipe ,Michael

    1. Hi Michael,

      Thank you for your comment. I hope the pork comes out good for you, we really like the rotisserie method as long as the air fryer plays ball and stays rotating all the way through, just keep checking every 20 minutes to make sure it is rotating 🙂

  6. I have a Ninja Foodi Health Grill and an Instant Pot. I am veggie but have meat eaters coming for Christmas and quite happy to cook for them. I have had a practice with your Brisket joint in the IP and it was great but not sure about Pork as I don’t have a rotisserie. Can you point me to one of your Pork recipes please – they love crackling. 🙂

  7. 5 stars
    I have just made this in my tefal air fryer oven it was not a frozen joint, i cooked it for 1 hr 10 min at 180deg absolutely delicious.

  8. I have just bought the Tefal 3 in 1 Fry Grill Steam and I’m looking to do a 1.8 kg pork loin roast in it. There are very few instructions with the Tefal (pretty standard fro them) but they do say that the roasts should be steamed before air frying. What are your thoughts?
    By the way there are some exciting recipes on your site that I will be trying out.

    1. Hi James,

      In our experience we never steam any of our roast joints before air fryer, it is either one or the other. We have never used a Tefal so cannot comment how it would go if you just air fried it for the same time as we did our roast pork joint. We have done it in a power air fryer, Tower air fryer, Philips air fryer XL and a Cosori XL air fryer and none of these were steamed before cooking.

      If that is what the instructions are saying may be the air fryer part of Tefal might not be very good at cooking a roast joint on its own. Sorry we cannot be more of an assistance but to clarify we have never steamed a joint before air frying it 🙂

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