Bacon is a staple in most households. It’s not only delicious, but also full of protein and can be used to make sandwiches, soups and stews — the possibilities are endless. If you love bacon as much as I do, you’ll want to know how to cook it properly in an air fryer so that it comes out nice and crispy!
You’ll need to start with a preheated air fryer.
To get the best results, you’ll want to start with a preheated air fryer. You can either set it up in advance or wait until your bacon is done and then turn on the heat.
If you choose to preheat your appliance, make sure that you do so for at least 10 minutes before cooking anything else in it! This allows all of its parts to warm up so they perform at their best when they’re needed most–namely when they’re heating up food items like this juicy strip of pork belly.
It’s also important that once you’ve finished cooking with your machine and are ready for cleanup time (which should happen immediately after), make sure that everything has cooled down completely before cleaning or else risk burning yourself by touching something hot! Once everything has cooled down completely but still feels warmish (and not hot), wipe out any excess grease from inside each compartment using paper towels; then wipe down outside surfaces with another set of paper towels dampened slightly with water only if necessary because too much moisture could lead into rusting later on down the line if left unchecked over time…
Put the bacon on cooking racks and cook for 5 minutes at 370 degrees Fahrenheit.
First, place the bacon on a rack inside the air fryer. Then, preheat it to 370 degrees Fahrenheit and cook for 5 minutes.
Flip over and cook for another 5 minutes.
Once you’ve flipped the bacon over, set your air fryer to 350 degrees and cook for another 5 minutes. This will ensure that all of the bacon is cooked through and not just some parts of it.
If you want to cook it even longer, feel free to do so! Just remember that if you do this, it’s easy for things like edges or pieces near holes in your basket (if using one) to burn before they’re done cooking through.
Cook until desired crispiness is reached, but be careful not to overcook it.
- Cook until desired crispiness is reached, but be careful not to overcook it.
- Crispiness depends on the bacon you are using. If you like your bacon crispy, then cook for about 2 minutes per side. If you prefer a softer texture, cook for 1 minute per side and lower the temperature slightly if needed.
- You don’t want to overdo it because then the fat will start burning and that’s no good!
Cooking bacon in an air fryer takes about 15 minutes and requires flipping once halfway through for optimal results.
Cooking bacon in an air fryer is a fast, easy way to get crispy strips of porky goodness. You can cook up to 1 pound at a time and it’ll take about 15 minutes for your finished product.
To get started, place bacon on a wire rack inside of the basket part of your air fryer (if you don’t have one, just use parchment paper or foil). Then preheat it for 10 minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit before placing your bacon inside! Once that’s done, turn off the heat but leave everything else running until they’re done cooking–you’ll know when they’re ready because they will look crispy enough to eat! Finally flip them over halfway through so both sides get nice and crispy without burning too much on one side or another.”
Air frying bacon is a great way to make it healthier, while still enjoying its delicious taste. You’ll need to start with a preheated air fryer and place the bacon on racks before cooking at 370 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes. It’s important to flip over halfway through so both sides get cooked evenly and don’t burn!