This Air Fryer Potato Wedges recipe is a guilt free way of enjoying the taste of fried potato wedges without all of the calories and health concerns of eating deep fried food.
One of the main reasons that I purchased our BCP 5.5 quart Air Fryer was to be able to enjoy the taste of ‘fried’ foods without the worry of it being cooked in a large batch of oil.
I think most of us can agree that foods cooked in a deep fryer are delicious. In contrast, we all know that eating these type of fried foods are bad for our health.
So when I purchased our air fryer, I was excited to see what foods I could reintroduce to our diet in a healthier way.
Air Fryer Potato Wedges
I immediately tried out ‘fried’ chicken tenders and the end result, delicious chicken tenders that were done and ready in less cooking time than expected!
Crispy on the outside and tender and juicy on the inside. And most importantly, made without being cooked in a bath of hot oil!
So we moved on to other recipes to try!
We have made sweet potato fries, Chimichangas, jalapeno bites, apple hand pies, frozen hamburgers and many other recipes. All have turned out delicious and made in less time than traditional cooking methods!
But one of our absolute favorite recipes is our Air Fryer Potato Wedges. They are cooked to perfection each and every time!
Perfectly crispy on the outside, and soft and tender on the inside, but most noteworthy, they taste just like the ones that you order at a Steakhouse.
You can sprinkle your favorite seasonings on them to change up the flavor to compliment a variety of cuisines.
Some of our favorite Air Fryer Potato Wedges seasonings are ranch, Parmesan, garlic salt, seasoned salt and Cajun seasoning.
Served on a platter with a little ranch dressing, hot mustard sauce or Sriracha sauce and your side dish is complete!
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