I’m not typically a cookbook kind of person. I don’t buy them, I rarely peruse them and yet a few weeks ago I went ahead and requested the Epic Air Fryer Cookbook by Emily Paster. And honestly, my reasoning for this was solely because my boyfriend had just bought an air fryer for our apartment. It seemed fated, somehow, that such a book should show up on NetGalley right after we’d gotten one.
Now, there’s no way I could have possibly tried all the recipes in this book by now–I’m far too busy for that anyway–but I’m delighted to be able to say that this is a book with recipes I plan to keep in mind for many future meals that we’ll be using our air fryer for.
I was most excited to see the large mix of recipes available in this book. It doesn’t just stick to American fried food–which, overall, I’ve kind of grown out of wanting to eat for the most part–and to my delight even featured recipes for Indian foods. A little known fact about me online though one very well known to my friends is that my favorite foods in the world happen to be Indian foods. Samosas and Chicken Makhani are some of the most amazing meals I’ve ever had.
I’m obviously no expert on cooking or cookbooks, but I was incredibly impressed with this one.
I was provided a free copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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2 thoughts on “Epic Air Fryer Cookbook [Emily Paster]”
I recently inherited an air fryer and have yet to use it… so maybe this is the answer. (Also, I love cookbooks.) Did you have time to try any of the recipes? How user friendly is your air fryer? I’m honestly a little intimidated by it, but maybe I shouldn’t be.
One day, I aspire to making my own frickles, but making my own samosas also sounds like an intriguing project…
Great review Steph! I have an air fryer too and most of the recipes I’ve found for it turn out well but you’re right that many of them are American fried food so I’d love to try something different 😀 Jen