The Essential Air Fryer Cookbook for Two Review
|Title:||The Essential Air Fryer Cookbook for Two: Perfectly Portioned Recipes for Healthier Fried Favorites|
|Published:||March 5, 2019, Rockridge Press|
|No. of Pages:||164|
|Cover Price:||$16.99 Paperback, $6.99 Kindle|
The Essential Air Fryer Cookbook for Two: Perfectly Portioned Recipes for Healthier Fried Favorites, by Gina Kleinworth, is absolutely awesome! Air Fryers are the most popular appliance out there right now, and it seems that everyone has jumped on the bandwagon and is cooking almost everything in their air fryers. This cookbook is perfect because it’s aimed at those who don’t need large family-size recipes and want to prepare smaller portions. For those who need larger recipes, most of the recipes can be doubled or tripled.
This cookbook includes recipes for dozens of dishes that people actually want to eat. The recipes are well-written, concise, and easy-to-follow, even for beginning cooks. The recipes turn out picture-perfect, (albeit the fact that there are very few pictures in the book, which is the only drawback). The Louisiana Catfish turned out perfectly, and was crisp on the outside and moist on the inside; this will become a go-to recipe. The Chocolate Overload Muffins were a real treat for breakfast, and weren’t overly sweet, but were chocolately enough to satisfy any chocoholic. There are mouthwatering recipes for everyone; in the queue are Crunchy Crusted Pork Chops, Mongolian Beef, and Spicy Cajun Shrimp. The Fried Brussels Sprouts with Honey-Sriracha Sauce are irresistible, and the Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie (made into two thinner cookies instead of one thick cookie – a change from the recipe), is divine.
Anyone who has an air fryer should own this excellent cookbook. It seems to have recipes for almost everything, and is highly recommended.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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