This is such a simple recipe I’m almost embarrassed to call it one. But this makes the best roast potatoes and they’re pretty guilt free. They’re relatively low in fat and quick enough to have for regular week night dinners.
- Vegetable Oil
- Spices (Optional)
How To Make Air Fried Roast Potatoes
You can peel your potatoes first if you like. My kid’s prefer them peeled but I’m lazy so we usually have them with the skins on. There’s lots of vitamins in those skins!
Chop your potatoes however you like them. Sometimes I cut them into chucks like roast potatoes, sometimes we fancy chip shapes and occasionally I will cut them into thin crisp shaped slices.
Pop the chopped potatoes into a pan with some water and boil them. You want them nice and soft but still holding their shape.
Sling the boiled potatoes into an air fryer with a glug of oil. You can also add a sprinkle of spices if the fancy takes you.
Air fry them on high for about 20 minutes. Give them a shake half way through the cooking time.
The potatoes are cooked when they’re nice and golden.
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