Use Your Air Fryer Appliance For This Recipe That Goes Far Beyond Appetizer Fare

kFor far too long, items on the “appetizers” list of just about any restaurant have been of the deep fried variety and little else. What mostly makes this the case is logistics: These finger foods need to be prepared quickly and served before the main course arrives – so what better way to accomplish that than to throw them in a bath of hot oil and forget about it until the timer goes off, right? We’re here to say that there’s a  healthier and more efficient way to cook your favorite fried foods than through the traditional methods. Reading Power Air Fryer reviews will show you that you don’t need a bucket of unhealthy vegetable oil to fry foods these days. Air fryers circulate super-heated air to brown and crisp foods much the same way a deep fryer does. What’s more, it does so with without oil. It’s also capable of crafting much more than your standard appetizer fare. With that in mind, we’re here to offer a recipe for roast pork loin with red potatoes. We’re pretty sure most people wouldn’t ever expect a dish like this to possibly be prepared using an air fryer, but eating is believing.

You’ll need:

– 2 pounds of pork loin

– 2 large diced red potatoes

– 1 teaspoon of salt

– 1 teaspoon of pepper

– 0.5 teaspoon garlic powder

– 0.5 teaspoon of red pepper flakes

– 1 teaspoon of parsley

–  Balsamic glaze

Directions:

– Sprinkle the seasonings over the pork loin and potatoes

– Place the pork loin and the potatoes in the basket of your air fryer appliance and close. Press the “M” button, scroll to the “Roast” button and set the timer for 25 minutes. Press the “Power” button.

– Once the timer has elapsed, remove the pork loin from the air fryer appliance. Let it rest for a few minutes before slicing.

– Plate the roasted potatoes.

– Slice the pork. Place 4 or 5 slices over the potatoes and drizzle the balsamic glaze over the pork.

– Enjoy!

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