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10 Air Fryer Accessories that are Worth Your Money

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Air Fryers are amazing kithcen devices and there is so much you can do with them. I bet you’re wondering which accessories for your Air Fryer are worth it and which ones aren’t really useful. I’ve got you covered with this list of Air Fryer Accesories that are worth your money. 

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Buy this Air Fryer Accessory Kit

2. A Spray Bottle for Oil – I love love love my spray bottle. I bought this bright blue spray bottle a while ago and it works wonders, although it’s been hard to find lately. However, the Evo brand spray bottles work just as well. Most commercial sprays aren’t good for your Air Fryer. Overtime, these can fade the protective coating on most Air Fryer baskets. I recommend investing in a good quality spray bottle for spritzing your food. Great thing is, you can use the spray bottle for other kitchen cooking. I use it for spritzing my regular pans when I am cooking on the stove.

  1. Buy these Air Fryer Spray Bottles

3. Air Fryer Liners– I love these parchment liners. Some foods, especially those with a flour or breadcrumb coating, are known to stick to the bottom of the Air Fryer. I’ve never had that problem when using these liners and they make clean up so much easier.  The liners are also good for when you are cooking items that could stick or slide through the racks while baking, like cookies. Just remember to put the food on the liners before you turn on the Air Fryer. If not, your liner will fly around and possibly get caught in the heating element and burn. 

 

Buy these Air Fryer Liners 

4. Calibrated Instant Read Thermometer– This goes without saying, you’ll aways want to cook your foods, especially meats, to the right temperature. Investing in a good quality quick read thermometer is key to cooking perfect foods in the Air Fryer. The best quick read thermoeter on the market is the Thermapen 4k hands down. It comes with a 2 year warranty and is an investment that is worth every penny. The thermometer can read a temperature in less than 2 seconds flat.

I’m able to get my Air Fryer Steaks perfect by checking the temperature with my Thermapen 4k quick read thermometer.

Buy this Quick Read Thermometer

5. Grill Tray Attachment – Some Air Fryers brands come with a grill tray attachment (Phillips and GoWise have one). Rather than placing the whole basket in the Air Fryer, you can place food on the grill attachment. Ammidtantly, I first thought this was useless…but it’s the best thing ever when cooking steaks, burgers, and fish. It’s also easier to clean than the basket and makes food flipping easier. Check out my Air Fryer Steak Kebab or Air Fryer Meatloaf recipes to see it in action.

If buying, make sure you are purchasing the right grill tray that matches your Air Fryer brand. 


 Buy this Air Fryer Grill Attachment for the Phillips or GoWise

6. Heat Resistant Tongs – Most food cooked in the Air Fryer will need to be flipped halfway through. Having a set of quality tongs is helpful. I like to use plastic ones that are heat resistant to avoid scratching the surface of my Air Fryer basket. 

Buy these Heat Resistant Tongs

7. Pie Weight Chain – Since the Air Fryer has a strong fan that circulates air within the device, some smaller lightweight items are known to fly around. A great suggestion given to me by one of my readers is to invest in pie chain to hold the smaller items down in the Air Fryer. It’s pretty genuis. You can see that tip and other helpful ones on this 10 Air Fryer Tips Post


 Buy this Pie Weight Chain 

8. A Good Air Fryer Cookbook –I love having a good quality cookbook that I can use with my appliances. Here’s two cookbooks that I think are great for new owners to have, Air Fry Everything by The Blue Jean Chef  and The Super Easy Air Fryer Cookbook: Crave-Worthy Recipes for Healthier Fried Favorites by Brandi Crawford. Both books have a ton of great recipes for trying with your Air Fryer. 


 

9. Platinum 4x More Dawn Dish Soap – If you’re like me and cook a lot of meats in your Air Fryer, the grease can be a nightmare to get off. I like to soak mine in this strong Dawn to get the grease to come right off. 

 

Buy this Dawn Soap

10. An Air Fryer Cooking Chart – A handy reference chart is helpful when figuring out cooktimes. This is great for when deciding how long to cook certain meats and vegetables in your Air Fryer. The fact that it’s magnetic is another plus. 


 

Buy this Air Fryer Cooking Chart

There you have it, 10 Air Fryer Accessories that are worth your Money. What are some Accessories for your Air Fryer that you love? 

If you’re looking for more helpful articles for your Air Fryer, try these out:

Air Fryer Tips and Tricks

Easy Air Fryer Recipes for Beginners
 


 

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Katie

Friday 17th of January 2020

Air fryers are awesome, and I'm always looking for ways to use mine more. I really appreciate your recommending the Dawn dish liquid - I never thought of trying a different brand, and my air fryer is really tough to clean out after cooking meats. Thank you!

Vicki L Bowenschulte

Wednesday 8th of January 2020

I recently got a small air fryer 1.6 and would love to try a cake. I did buy the accessories for it. My problem is how much cake batter to put into the cake pan? I would love to try a pineapple upside down cake but I don't want to have batter all over the inside. I bought a Jiffy Brand cake mix which would make about a one layer cake. Still I hesitate.

Kathy Soule

Tuesday 7th of January 2020

I have a real problem with spray bottles. They work fine until it's empty. Wash it real good and refill. After 1 refill the sprayer goes everywhere except for where it's supposed to go Right now I have the Evo plastic bottle. The olive oil is coming out the sides all over the place. I've bought 2 and neither 1 works after filling. The next one I'm interested in is the stainless steel but afraid to buy another 1. Why can't I go to the $$$ store and buy just a regular spray bottle.

Jim

Sunday 5th of January 2020

My first attempt with my new air fryer was wings. Followed the recipe in the book that came with the fryer. Dried them, drenched them in flour, then hot sauce and finally Panko. Book called for 25 minutes at 400 degrees. They came out burnt and were obviously cooked through. Tried another batch at 300 and 12 minutes- I then flipped them and cooked for another 12 minutes. Success. Since this is new I will continue to experiment.Appreciate your tips and find them very useful.

Kathy Soule

Tuesday 7th of January 2020

No need to drench them in flour. I use 3T of flour and 2 tsp baking powder. I perfer a bowl instead of a baggie. Easier to coat. Not sure of the measurements. air fryer at 360 for about 25-30 minutes flipping them every 10 minutes. The criispest wings EVER.

Tanya

Sunday 5th of January 2020

Oh wow. That's such a great example about how air fryers can vary. I'm glad you were willing to give the wings another try. Wings are one of my favorite things to make in an air fryer.

Toni Atchison

Monday 25th of November 2019

I just got an air fryer, and think this might be the best investment I've made in a very long time. Yes, there is a little bit of a learning curve, but I'm getting better, lol. Thanks for the info on the accessories! I had no idea they existed but now I'm looking to add some and get back to really cooking again!

Tanya

Monday 25th of November 2019

Yes, you will love them, especially if you use your air fryer often.