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Using air fryers in the kitchen has recently gained popularity. Air-fried foods have lower fat and calories as they use no or less cooking oil. Plus, they are simple to use! If you’ve got this appliance, here are 7 recipes you can try and add to your low-carb meal plan.
This straightforward recipe is an excellent alternative for starchy potatoes. Simply coat the cubed turnips with seasoning and air fry for about 10 minutes. Once done, they will look toasted, but you’ll love how creamy they taste. Serve them as a side dish for dinner or breakfast.
This recipe offers a kid-approved meal alternative for your busy nights. With just six ingredients, you can create a delicious and satisfying Mexican dinner in 30 minutes. Add more cheese (or a variety of complementary cheeses) if you want the quesadillas to be gooey. You can also spice it up with chopped jalapeños or chili powder.
Fancy something spicy? Try the meatless version of buffalo wings! With this recipe, the cauliflower florets become so flavorful that you might want to overindulge a bit. It’s best eaten fresh with carrot sticks, celery, and veggie slices.
You can have these cheesy rolls as your snack or side dish to any entree. They are best eaten immediately after cooking. If you have extra servings, store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to three days.
Are you having a small gathering with family and friends? Make these burger bites your appetizer. You get to taste all the flavors of McDonald’s Big Mac with this recipe, and if you serve each mini-burger on a toothpick with a pickle, lettuce, and tomato, you got yourself a rainbow in a stick.
Shake mushrooms in olive oil and seasoning, cook them in an air fryer for 8 minutes, and you got yourself a simple but fantastic side dish for your steak nights. You can also use them as your meaty topping to your green salad or serve them as an appetizer during gatherings.
Making a low-carb version of Chinese recipes can be challenging because of their sugar requirements, but this delicious recipe has the suitable ingredient substitutions and ratios to keep it low-carb. Serve this with your favorite green salad or stir-fried vegetables.
Which among these dishes are you keen to cook? Let us know in the comments!