Easy Thanksgiving Dishes to Make in Your Vortex Air Fryer
This year it seems everyone is scaling down Thanksgiving. If you are only cooking for a few, consider using your Vortex to make part if not ALL of your Thanksgiving meal!
You can use these easy air fryer thanksgiving recipes to create a fantastic meal in a fraction of the time!
Here are some of our suggestions…
This classic dish can be made in your Vortex Air Fryer in under 10 minutes!
This quick and easy meal is awesome as a meal or as a side dish. Feel free to not add the spinach, potatoes, or bacon.
This tasty dish is easy to make in just a few minutes. Pork loin and tenderloin are versatile, easy to prepare cuts of meat. Normally they are only a few dollars a pound at the store which makes them a very inexpensive dish.
This classic meal can be made in your Instant Vortex Air Fryer in under 20 minutes. Roast some veggies on another tray and you have a quick and easy meal!
The rotisserie feature is awesome in the Vortex. The trick is – you can only cook items up to four pounds. If you do bigger you risk breaking the rotisserie. It doesn’t really matter because you can cook and awesome five pounders just using the bake or air fry feature.
If you have some leftover, consider making a pot pie in your air fryer!
Up your game from normal mashed potatoes with our loaded smashed potatoes!
This one of my favorite things to make! I have always cooked hams for lunchmeat but hate heating up the house. This makes it easy to cook small hams in no time!
These sweet sides are easy to make and truly unique. This is on treat my son loves and he is impossible to get to eat veggies!
This quick and easy side dish has become a family favorite. It goes well with Vortex Steak, Vortex Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin, or even Vortex Frozen Chicken Legs. You can actually cook these alongside a lot of meats. Throw a steak on a rack and put some peas next to it. You can have a whole meal in minutes! Just make sure to watch the timing, these don’t take as long to cook as a steak so cook the steak for a few minutes before adding these!
NOTE – I wouldn’t cook these UNDER meat, make sure they are beside or cook them separately.