Anyways, if you can't tell by the picture, this is a recipe for baby carrots (not potatoes). You can absolutely recreate this recipe with potatoes, but carrots are much healthier. Ok let's get started...
Step 1: You Will Need...
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Dry rub of your choice
A Medium mixing bowl
An Air Fryer (duh)
Step 2: Coat Your Carrots With Oil
If you aren't much of a tosser, here's Jamie Oliver to show you how. Just copy and paste the link into your browser. When it comes to tossers, the English tend to be the authority on the matter.**
*If you can't live without potatoes slice up a large baking potato or a couple of smaller baking potatoes and use these instead of the carrots. I'm not going to tell you how to cut them, because you obviously know what fries look like. I'm not judging you for ignoring my recipe. Seriously, I'm good if you can't help being Starchy McFatterson, leader of the couch people. Go ahead, ignore me and cook your stupid potatoes.
Step 3: Here's the Rub...
Cover your carrots like the second picture and again toss them for 10-15 seconds.
Step 4: Time to Fry
Dump the carrots into your Air Fryer, set it to 400° and 20 minutes if they are room temperature. If you're like me and own a kick ass refrigerator that damn near freezes everything, set the timer to 25 minutes.*
*If you are using potatoes make sure you give them a toss at the halfway point. The carrots are fire and forget, which makes them superior. Seriously, why did you choose potatoes? Scared of something new?
Step 5: Enjoy
I will often start a batch of these then pop out to the grocery store for a rotisserie chicken, as this makes for a quick and delicious pairing. My Air Fryer will keep them warm for awhile even when finished. I usually purchase a replacement bag or 2 of carrots as these are delicious by themselves too.