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In a large bowl, toss brussels sprouts with oil, Parmesan, and garlic powder and season with salt and pepper. Spread in an even layer on a medium baking sheet.
Garnish with more Parmesan and serve with Caesar dressing for dipping. In a large bowl, toss brussels sprouts with oil, Parmesan, and garlic powder and season with salt and pepper.
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Roasting them up in the oven just for myself didn't feel worth the time investment, but Brussels cook up like a dream in the air fryer. You have some options when you're making this recipe, and this section includes tips on how to get the best results.
To make these Brussels in your air fryer, simply slice your sprouts into ¼” thick pieces. This thin width helps them cook faster and increases surface area, which lets them get even crispier on the outside.
If you want to make Brussels sprouts for just one person in your air fryer, you can halve this recipe with no problems. If you crowd your Brussels sprouts in the basket, the ones in the middle won't get crispy.
Because a crowded basket can hinder air circulation, doubling the recipe may mean it takes a bit longer to cook. If the Brussels sprouts in the middle of the basket aren't to your liking when doubling this recipe, give the basket a thorough shake, and cook for 1-2 minutes at a time, shaking each time you stop, until they're cooked through.
Measure out two cups of the sliced Brussels, then toss with oil, vinegar, and salt. Air fry, shaking once, and you've got perfect Brussels sprouts in under 15 minutes.
Serve these up as a side dish with your favorite plant-based protein and a starch. They're terrific with BBQ Tofu and my cauliflower mashed potatoes or with beans and rice or quinoa.
I've also been tossing them with cooked pasta, a bit more olive oil, and sautéed peppers and onions for a quick, easy, and freaking delicious pasta dish. You can also pile these crispy Brussels on top of a grain bowl, if that's more your speed.
These crispy brussels sprouts come out of the air fryer in minutes and best of all, very little clean up. You’ll be so happy at how quick and easy these healthy brussels sprouts are to make.
But these simple and quick air fried Brussels sprouts are so easy, it’s hard to not eat them more often! They use such little oil compared to oven roasted brussels sprouts.
Cooking times will definitely vary depending on the size of brussels sprouts. For small to medium brussels sprouts, cut them in half.
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It’s great for cooking bigger batches (i.e. 4 salmon fillets instead of 2 or 2 lbs of fries instead of 1). Makes for less sticking for delicate meals (i.e. baked fish fillets).
Print Recipe Cooking times will vary depending on the size of brussels sprouts. For small to medium brussels sprouts, cut them in half.
You can also par-boil them first, drain and then continue with the air frying recipe method. Par boiling helps make them a little softer and more cooked through the center.
1 pound (454 g) brussels sprouts, ends removed and cut into bite-sized pieces 3 Tablespoons (15 ml) olive oil, or less if you have less brussels sprouts 1 Tablespoon (15 ml) balsamic vinegar kosher salt, to taste black pepper, to taste Evenly drizzle oil and balsamic vinegar over brussels sprouts.
Toss the brussels sprouts well to completely coat with the oil and balsamic vinegar. Air fry at 360 °F for about 15-20 minutes, depending on size of brussels sprouts.
Shake and gently stir halfway through, about 8 minutes into cooking. Check earlier if needed to make sure brussels sprouts don't burn or shake/toss more often for even cooking (about 3 times).
Add additional salt and pepper if needed on the brussels sprouts and enjoy! Doubling the recipe will work great but make sure your air fryer is large enough.
Remember to set a timer to shake/flip/toss the food as directed in recipe. Course: Side Dish, Vegetables 02/11/2019 I followed the instructions but had to cook a smaller portion, and they came out a little burned.
In another recipe for Brussels sprouts from the air fryer it said about 2 × 5 minutes on 350 degrees or 175 Celsius. 06/07/2020 Actually, after reading all the comments I also lessen the time to 10 min., @ 350.
I went to shake them at 8 minutes, and they were pretty charred. Next time I might cut them in half to get the flavor more throughout.
Overall great recipe just watch them closely so you don't end up burning them. 02/07/2020 How to make Brussels sprouts without smelling up the house.
04/24/2020 These were really easy and tasty but, like the other reviewers, I felt like they started to burn halfway through. I reduced the cook time by a few minutes and then turned off the air fryer and let them sit inside for a few more minutes to keep cooking with residual heat.
Easy to make and literally simple too! However, my brussels sprouts took longer to cook and even after 15 min they weren't tender enough to me on the inside and seemed to be drying out like Brussels sprouts chips.
I think brussels sprouts are not for me using the air fryer, which is of no fault to the recipe author. Flavors were still very good following ingredient amounts as directed.
These Crispy Brussels SproutsChips are easy to make and SO delicious even your kids will love them! It was YEARS ago now that he first suggested I make Crispy Brussels SproutsChips.
I know Brussels Sprouts aren’t as universally hated as they once were, but if you’re still slow to come around, give these a try. I am convinced that these Crispy Brussels SproutsChips can bring over even the haters.
Hint: If you already LOVE Brussels Sprouts, I give you some more recipe ideas at the end of this post. You can eat these crispy little flakes with your fingers, and that makes my kids happy.
To make these, it takes one extra step more than if you were just roasting them regular style. Trust me, it doesn’t take that much longer and it’s totally worth it.
Don’t throw those middles away–you can totally use those for roasting, and they are still delicious. You want to make sure you give the leaves plenty of room on the baking sheet.
As you get closer to the middle, you may need to slice off a bit of the end as you peel away to help the leaves release. Bake in the preheated oven about 10 minutes, or until the leaves are browned and crispy.
Super crispy air fryer chicken wings doused in sweet and salty umami rich Vietnamese fish sauce. Once you start snacking on these, you won’t stop: crispy chickpeas tossed in Parmesan topped off with lots of cracked black pepper.
Light, crisp, sweet, salty, and addictive, you won’t believe these Vietnamese chicken wings came out of an air fryer. If you’re looking for perfectly crispy broccoli with just the right amount of char, it’s time to break out the air fryer.
Air fryer pork chops coming in hot and fast with the flavors of Italian orchestra. The leaves that fell off of the sprouts while shaking were far better than any kale “chip” I've ever had.
Don't get me wrong, the vinegar/bacon combo was excellent on the roasted sprouts but I will be experimenting with just the leaves after this. 06/06/2019 Loved the recipe overall but I think I'll be cutting the salt back a bit next time round.
01/06/2019 I chose this recipe for the lower temperature of 350 F. It allowed the halved sprouts to be cooked a little longer without burning. Cooked for 12 minutes in preheated air fryer, tossing half way through.
I should have cooked the sprouts a bit longer but I will keep that in mind for next time. I just started air frying and still getting the hang of it.