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Loved them, especially my husband LOVED them!
So glad to hear it, Vicki! The air fryer rocks, doesn’t it?!
I followed the instructions step by step, including the soaking, and the fries still came out soggy. Help.
Oh no! I am so sorry to hear that, Kris. I’ve not had that experience. Did you pat them dry really well before you finished the rest of the prep steps? I wonder if maybe your air fryer just needed a little more time to get them crispy. These devices can vary a bit, we’ve learned.
Love my air fryer.. use it all the time .. chicken, sausage , bacon… lots of uses
Why is it necessary to preheat the air Fryer? I cook everything as soon iI turn it on, and have not had any problems with food not coking.
Your make and model may be different from mine–I’m not sure, Don. This is just what the manufacturer recommended, and I found it to be helpful.
I had an extra potato lying around when this recipe popped up and now the wedges are soaking! Can’t wait to try it out.
Sweet deal! :D
They’re so good!!! My Breville Smart Oven Air did take an extra 5 minutes (27mins total) to get them properly browned.
Would this work just using convection bake or convection roast setting on my oven?
Hi Laura, Carrie from Simply Recipes here, Associate Editor. It would work insofar as you could prep the potatoes and use that convection setting in your oven, but the temperature, cook time and results won’t be the same. The air fryer has a compact cooking space so the air circulates much faster rate and therefore the food cooks faster. Good luck!