Who wants to spend a summer afternoon stuck inside a sweltering kitchen? Given the time it takes to prepare ingredients, waiting for the dish to cook and then sticking around to clean up the mess made during the process, we’re pretty sure that this sounds like a dreadful experience during uncomfortable summer months. While meals still need to be prepared, there’s no reason why you need to slave over a hot stove to get the job done. This is where a power air fryer comes into play. By purchasing one of these appliances, you’ll be able to cook all of your favorite fried foods without any of the unhealthy oil and in a fraction of the time you would have normally spent in slaving away in the kitchen. Not only is cooking sped up, but power air fryer appliances are dish-washer safe so cleaning up will also be a breeze. If you’ve got guests coming over and you’d like to offer a light dish that was easy to prepare, check out the recipe for fish tacos below.
– A 10-ounce cod filet
– 1 cup of panko
– 1 teaspoon of white pepper
– 6 flour tortillas
– 1 cup of tempura batter
– 1 cup of cole slaw
– 0.5 cups of salsa
– 0.5 cup of guacamole
– 2 tablespoons of chopped cilantro
– 1 lemon cut into wedges
For the tempura batter:
– 1 cup of flour
– 1 tablespoon of cornstarch
– 1.5 cups of cold seltzer water
– In a bowl, add the flour cornstarch and salt
– Mix in the cold seltzer
– Mix all the ingredients together until smooth.
– Cut the cod filets into long 2-ounce pieces and season with salt and pepper.
– Dip each piece of cod into the tempura batter, then dredge in the panko.
– Place the breaded cod into the basket of the power air fryer and close. Press the “M” button to scroll to the “French Fry” button and set the time for 10 minutes. Press the “Power” button
– Half way through the cooking cycle, turn the fish sticks.
– Once the timer has elapsed, remove the fish stick from the air fryer.
– Spread guacamole on a tortilla. Place one fish stick in the tortilla top with some cole slaw, salsa and a squeeze of lemon. Top with chopped cilantro.