Frozen Sausage in Air Fryer
minimal prep & 12-14 minutes of cooking
you can cook the best Frozen Sausage in Air Fryer.
Juicy, tender and cooked to perfection
, and all ready to
serve with your favorite sauces and sides
Preheat the air fryer by running it
at 390°F (200°C) (thin sausages) or 360°F (180°C) (thick sausages) for 5 minutes. Add water to the bottom of the air fryer basket to avoid excessive smoke.
Place the sausages in the air fryer basket and air fry at 390°F (200°C) (thin sausages) or 360°F (180°C) (thick sausages) for 12-14 minutes, turning them once halfway.
2 frozen sausages
Check to make sure they are cooked through - they should reach an internal temperature of 165°F (74°C) - then serve!
This recipe for frozen sausage in air fryer was created in a
Philips HD9252/90 Air Fryer
Cooking time can vary with your air fryer model.
Tips & tricks
Preheat the air fryer
for best results
Don't defrost the sausages,
cook them straight from frozen
Add some water to the bottom of the air fryer basket
if your air fryer is prone to producing a lot of smoke, or if you start to see a lot of smoke coming out
Don't overcrowd your air fryer basket -
make sure you have some air left between the sausages
If your sausages are stuck together
air fry them together for 2-3 minutes, then separate them and continue cooking
Turn the sausages halfway
for an even cook
Use a meat thermometer
to make sure they are done. The internal temperature should reach 165°F (74°C).
Adjust temperature depending on the thickness of the sausages
to make sure they are cooked through but not burnt
Adjust cook time depending on the size of the sausages
as sausages come in all sizes
Cook time can vary
with different air fryers
Store any leftovers in the fridge
in an airtight container for up to 4 days
You can make this recipe with the sausage of your choice. Keep in mind the nutritional information as well as cook time can change with the type of sausage you choose.
A recipe from alwaysusebutter.com