See how easy it is to make frozen eggroll in your air fryer oven in minutes. Say goodbye to soggy microwaved eggrolls.
Our family loves crispy eggrolls for an appetizer anytime and making frozen egg rolls in your air fryer is easy.
It’s done much in the same way as in a conventional oven. I make many air fryer recipes and just love using it to cook and reheat food.
By the way, you’ll have to try one of my most popular air fryer recipes- Parmesan Rosemary Air Fryer Roasted Potatoes-6 ingredients! They are so DELICIOUS!
With this recipe, in minutes you’ll have CRISPY eggrolls instead of soggy egg rolls you’d otherwise get from your microwave. Trust me when I say that it’s totally worth waiting a few more minutes for crispy eggrolls!
Therefore, I HIGHLY recommend using the air fryer to reheat frozen eggrolls over the microwave.
Below, I’ll tell you how easy it is to make frozen eggrolls in an air fryer in three easy steps!
Do you need to thaw the eggrolls first?
No. You don’t need to thaw them first but, you do need to take them out of the package. Haha.
How long do you cook frozen egg rolls in the air fryer?
Depending upon how many eggrolls you place in your air fryer oven (the more eggrolls the longer they’ll need to reheat,) it’ll take anywhere approximately from 8 minutes to 13 minutes cooked at 370F. See instructions below.
Do you have to preheat an air fryer?
You do not have to preheat the air fryer, however you’ll need to cook or reheat the food a a few minutes longer if you choose not to preheat it.
Frozen Egg Rolls in Air Fryer
These instructions go for just about any frozen eggrolls or frozen spring rolls.
- First, take the frozen egg rolls out of the package.
- Then, place the egg rolls in a single layer in your air fryer. No oil spray is needed.
- Next, set the temperature to 400F and the timer to 10 minutes. If you have regular sized eggrolls and not the mini eggrolls (as pictured) you will need about 5 more minutes. Also, you may need to cook them in batches if all of them don’t fit at once. No flipping required.
You don’t need to spray the air fryer basket or shelves with oil spray because the eggrolls have already been fried and they’ll emit some of that oil while they’re reheating. They won’t stick. They won’t be dry either.
How easy is that? I think your hungry stomach can wait a few minutes for crispy eggrolls rather than soggy microwave eggrolls. Right?
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