Air fried Fish (Without the Chips and Oil)

Air Fried Fish (without the chips) (8 of 8)Sometimes I crave fish and chips but am ever so cognisant of my expanding waistline. Seeing home cooked food should be healthy I decided to give my Phillips air fryer a shot and make my own version of battered fried fish without the oil and chips. I used frozen New Zealand Hoki Fish Fillets. After coating it with bread crumbs and air frying it for ~7 minutes, it actually turned out rather tasty!

INGREDIENTS:

  • Hoki fish fillet (if frozen can thaw overnight in fridge or put in air tight plastic bag and soak in room temperature water for 20 minutes)
  • Bread crumbs
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

1) Preheat air fryer 3 minutes at 190 degrees celsius.

2) Pour bread crumbs onto a plate and rub white pepper and salt over the fish fillet.

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2) Mix a teaspoon of olive oil to the bread crumbs. Coat fish generously with the crumbs on both sides.

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3) Place fish inside air fryer and set timer for 7 minutes. Halfway whilst cooking, flip fish over with tongs. Serve with lemon juice and/or ketchup.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sonia Regina says:

    I love cooking, I love eating foods no oils and also know some local foods. These peppers sound fantastic and I’m intrigued by the airfryer.
    With one air fryer, I can easily and quickly cook every dish I like: all fried foods, food warehouses, including sauces. That’s great.
    I think you should have a Air fryer in your kitchen.
    Thanks for your recipe, i will try it

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    1. yep i do – i have the phillips one 🙂

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