Well, there’s a lot of debate about this. The basic answer is yes, but my personal opinion is no.
Fruit cooked in an air fryer will likely dry out the fruit, making it more like a punky apple than anything you’d want to eat.
While some report that they’ve used their air fryer for cooking fruit with good results, others report that they didn’t enjoy the end product and that cooking fruits made the vaporizer smell odd or unpleasant. For this reason, I would recommend against putting fruit inside your air fryer even though technically it should be fine as long as you clean your appliance properly afterward. This caveat does not apply to cookware that can go into the dishwasher; if you’re using a cookware without a nonstick coating, it’s wise to wash them by hand after use.
Since fruit can be air-fried in an oven with good results, I’d recommend sticking with this method
unless you don’t mind the smell of your vaporizer and are willing to invest in kitchen appliances that specialize in cooking fruits. If you do want to put fruit in an air fryer, the safest way is to cook it outside of the appliance on a baking sheet so that no vaporizer oil comes into contact with the fruit. This will ensure that they remain fresh and delicious as opposed to mushy or crumbly! For more information about what else you can actually cooks food other than french fries using an air fryer, check out this link:
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