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Roast Potatoes In An Airfryer

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237SJ | 18:25 Wed 07th Feb 2018 | Food & Drink
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A friend gave me an air fryer for Christmas - one of the basket type ones. I want to cook some roast potatoes but don't want them to be fattening. I don't really want to add more than a teaspoon of oil. Would they be very dry?

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no, they'll be ok. I use frylight.
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Thanks. Do you par boil them first?
Use frozen, you need no oil. That said, the frylight suggestion is ok, but even with proper oil you'll need less than a teaspoon.

Re par boiling, even in a conventional oven, par boiling is best.
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Thanks. They are par boiling at the moment. I will probably just spray them with some sunflower oil and hope for the best
they wont taste exactly like ones roasted in tons of oil
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Just had a look at them. Not the same as when I cook them in goose or duck fat but then again, I wouldn't expect them to be. They do look quite good as a low fat alternative so I'm quite pleased about that.

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