Now that the holidays are over and all the Christmas decorations have been stored away, it’s time to finally try out one of those new kitchen gadgets. I am very fortunate to have received this fabulous Power Airfryer as a Christmas gift this season, and if you don’t know already ” I love kitchen gadgets! Thanks, John and Justin!
Who can resist that crispy coating and delicious flaky white fish like haddock? Not me, but I can sure do without the fat you get with deep-fried fish. So of course, the first meal I wanted to try in this fabulous Power AirFryer will be Air Fryer Haddock.
Honestly, I didn’t think it would taste as good as it did. A crispy, crunchy coating covering a perfectly cooked fish, and that’s right, it’s healthy. A definite plus for those who are doing their best to keep their New Year’s resolutions!
- 3/4 – 1 lb fresh haddock
- 1 egg
- 1 cup flour
- 1 teaspoon seafood seasoning ( I used Old Bay lemon herb seasoning)
- 1 cup seasoned breadcrumbs
- 1-2 tablespoons of melted butter or avocado oil
- cut fish into four pieces
- in a shallow bowl mix flour and seafood seasoning
- in another shallow bowl beat 1 egg
- in a third shallow bowl place breadcrumbs and melted butter and mix well.
- taking one piece of fish at a time, start by dredging the fish filet through the flour until it is well coated
- next dip that same piece of fish into the beaten egg until it is coated
- then into the breadcrumbs covering all exposed fish
- place breaded fish into the air fryer basket and close
- turn on air fryer and press the fish option button
- temperature should be set at 350℉
- cook for 10 minutes ( this air fryer has the time preset)
- place fish on a plate and repeat the process for remaining fish filets
- when cycle is completed, open air fryer basket and check fish for desired doneness
- you can add additional time during the cycle if you want to add additional time.
- Fish should easily flake with a fork when done