Since air fryers took the culinary market by storm back in 2010, they have become an essential part of kitchens all over the UK. And what do you need if you have an air fryer? An air fryer cookbook. Whether you have owned your air fryer since day one of launch or you have just joined the air fryer revolution, a cookbook can help you unlock your fryer’s full potential!
So, let’s have a look at some of our top picks for cookbooks that can help you get the most out of your air fryer!
Vegetarian, vegan, or just looking to increase your plant-based repertoire? this cookbook by Diana Parker is chock-a-block with no less than 250 delicious plant-based meals. From game-changing brussels sprouts to vegan doughnuts, this tome of recipes is a must-have for any plant-orientated kitchen.
This next entry has given itself a pretty big name to live up to, but does it qualify as ‘the ultimate air fryer cookbook’? Well, we think so. This cookbook has everything you need to get started with an air fryer, from oven-to-air-fryer times and temperature conversion to a guide on the best appliances to buy, as well as a whole bunch of essential air fryer recipes.
The age-old question of “Can you bake in an air fryer?” has been answered. And the result is yes! Kristen Kates’s ‘Air Fryer Baking Cookbook’ will take your air fryer skills to a new level. This cookbook will let you create everything from feathery muffins to deliciously rich cakes. As exciting as the recipes sound there are no pictures in this book so judging that perfect golden brown bake will be up to you.
Good luck trying to pick out just one recipe from this book. Each page will have you salivating over its sumptuous recipes. With a focus on healthy eating and weight loss, this cookbook by Nathan Anthony manages to make healthy eating more appealing and accessible than ever. From low-calorie sausage rolls to nutritious firecracker chicken, this book has everything you need to build a healthy menu with your air fryer.
If you are looking for one cookbook to meet all of your culinary expectations, look no further than this one. Containing no less than 600 delicious recipes, this cookbook by author William Jenson covers all the family favourites from succulent fried chicken to sweet, crunchy churros, and so much more!
Did you know that the concept of an air fryer was actually invented back in the early 1900s? Fed up with waiting for his frozen food to defrost, Inventor William Maxson created a multi-layered oven that used a fan to blow hot air onto the food, cooking it evenly. He called his invention “the whirlwind oven” (which, let’s be honest, is so much more fun to say).
So that concludes our top picks for the best cookbooks on the market today! Whether you are the proud owner of a top-of-the-range ninja fryer or a trusty Russel Hobbs appliance, we hope that these insights have helped you unlock the full culinary potential of your loyal air fryer!