How To Cook Frozen Fish In Air Fryer
Frozen Fish In Air Fryer. Have you ever wondered if you can cook your favourite frozen fish fillets in the air fryer? Well let us take you on a guided tour and taste test of air fryer frozen fish: Featuring frozen tilapia, cod, and haddock in the air fryer basket.
Frozen Fish Fillets Ingredients:
Place frozen fish fillets into the air fryer basket. Set the cook time to 12 minutes and a temperature of 180c/360f. Halfway through cooking add a teaspoon of lemon juice over the fillets and spray with extra virgin olive oil.
When the air fryer beeps check on the fish fillets are cooked before serving with your favourite mayonnaise or fish sauce.
Quality. The quality of the frozen fish fillets you put in the air fryer matters. Cheap brands of fish will result in a bad air fryer frozen fish experience. Avoid the cheap supermarket brands and go with the medium to premium ones if you can.
Swap. Do mix and match frozen fish in the air fryer. Just note that a large fish fillet will need a 16 minute cook time, while a medium will need 12 minutes and a small skinny one will require just 8 minutes.
Thanks for reading our air fryer frozen fish recipe on Recipe This. We have many more air fryer recipes for you to check out next. Though, our personal recommendation would be to try our air fryer fish tacos or our air fryer cajun shrimp. Both make fantastic air fryer fish suppers.
Serving: 139g | Calories: 264kcal | Carbohydrates: 20.5g | Protein: 18.8g | Fat: 11.5g | Sodium: 800mg | Fiber: 1.3g | Sugar: 1.2g
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