Air fryer hard boiled eggs( no water needed)

AIR FRYER HARD BOILED EGGS - AIR FRIED HARD EGGS

Eggs are a staple in many households. Hard boiled eggs have seemed to peak in popularity again, especially with the amazing way they peel when you make them in the instant pot.

HOW DO YOU BOIL EGGS IN AN AIR FRYER?

To hard "boil" these eggs you actually need NO water. Yup, no water at all. 

After giving the eggs a quick wash, then place them in your air fryer basket. You want to cook these at 270ºF for 16 minutes. 

TIPS FOR MAKING THESE AIR FRYER EGGS

  • If this is the first time making "air fryer hard boiled eggs" then try 1 or 2 eggs. All air fryers can be slightly different for cook times.
  • Make sure your air fryer is clean before you start. 
  • Use large eggs. If you use a different size egg, then this will affect the cooking time. 
  • Cool these down in an ice bath after cooking. It's not needed, but can help cool them quickly to peel them right away.
  • The yolk comes out solid for this eggs. If you prefer a very firm yolk, I would add another 1-2 minutes. Softer yolk, I would take away 1-2 minutes from the time listed in the recipe

Ingredients

  • 6 eggs

Instructions

  • Gently wash the outside of the eggs and pat dry. Place eggs into air fryer basket.
  • Cook at 270 degrees F for 16 minutes.  Allow eggs to cool or plunge eggs into an ice water bath to cool enough to peel.
  • Peel eggs and enjoy!

Notes

 
  • Each air fryer runs slightly different so you may need to adjust times. If this is the first time making "air fryer hard boiled eggs" then try 1 or 2 eggs. All air fryers can be slightly different for cook times.
  • Make sure your air fryer is clean before you start. 
  • Use large eggs. If you use a different size egg, then this will affect the cooking time. 
  • Cool these down in an ice bath after cooking. It's not needed, but can help cool them quickly to peel them right away.
  • The yolk comes out solid for this eggs. If you prefer a very firm yolk, I would add another 1-2 minutes.  Softer yolk, I would take away 1-2 minutes from the time listed in the recipe.  

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