Many times we want a crispy and crunchy snack, fried to eat. I always love to make these yummy Air Fryer Fried Pickles when I want some tasty and delicious ones. It’s delicious and has amazing flavor at snack time. I think you must try this tangy flavor of Fried pickles.
These crunchy fried pickles are available in the market but homemade is always fresh and made in a neat and clean environment and uses some extra organic and healthy ingredients use in it. People often ask me if you try to make a crispy air fryer fried.
Try making this version of the air fryer at home! Crunchy, crunchy, and full of pickle flavor, they make a delicious appetizer or snack.
Love fried pickles
They’re a really fun and easy appetizer for a summer happy hour, though honestly, we love these air fryer pickles so much I plan on making them any time of the year. Hope you like them too! Air Fryer-Fried Pickles Recipe Ingredients When I first tried making air fryer-fried pickles.
I put all sorts of toppings in the breading: garlic powder, pepper from Cayenne, and work. What I found, however, was that the spices got in the way of the strong flavor of the pickles.
I’m happy to say that these fried pickles are a very crunchy crisp taste on the outside and a very juicy, soft, salty, tangy taste on the inside. You can eat these amazing snacks every meal of the day.
We need these ingredients to make our today recipe. I am 100% sure you really love it.
- 2 egg
- 1 cup panko breadcrumbs
- Rémoulade sauce, for dipping
- Extra virgin olive oil, for seasoning
- 1 jar (15 ounces) of dill pickles, drained
I ended up paying for the recipe by asking for these simple ingredients.
Of course! It’s the main ingredient in this recipe. Use a jar of pickle chips, or cut the pickle wedges into pieces yourself. I tend to use dill pickles in this recipe, although I’m sure bread and butter pickles would be delicious here too!
Breadcrumbs create a crispy coating on the outside of the pickles. It’s used during cutting before fried. It makes it crispy and yummy. And gives a tangy crunchy flavor.
Egg used for the coating of our crispy crunchy Air Fryer Fried Pickles Attaches the panko to the pickles.
Extra virgin olive oil
To help breadcrumbs become crispy and golden during cooking.
You’ll use less than you would if deep-frying the pickles!
How to make it
To make these air fryer pickles, you’ll start by draining the pickles and patting them dry. Removing excess brine will help the breading stick to the pickles in the next step.
Once the pickles are dry, dip them in the egg, then the panko. As you work, place the breaded pickles on a plate or parchment paper. Drizzle the pickles with olive oil and arrange them in a single layer in the air fryer basket.
Be careful not to overload them – if you do, the pickles won’t get crispy! Work in batches if necessary.
Air-Fried Pickles Serving Suggestions
Finally, air fry until the pickles are golden brown and crispy. That’s all! Air-Fried Pickles Serving Suggestions These air-fried pickles should be served immediately while still warm and crisp.
They’re great on their own, but they’re even more delicious with a dip on the side. We love them with this rémoulade sauce, and they would also be excellent with a creamy chipotle sauce, a vegan ranch or a chipotle ranch dressing.