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Saturday, January 13, 2018

air fryer

I tried out our air fryer tonight that we received for Christmas from son and family and it works great with this rib eye steak on a bed of onions.  Yummm.  I rubbed with a smidgeon of olive oil and a little spice and cooked as directed.
I will be trying some recipes that came with it like rolls etc...
I love new toys.

I know I added fat  by a pat of butter but I love butter on my steaks.
 This is so tasty

9 comments:

  1. Boy does your steak look delicious, Betsy. I've never used an air fryer. It's nice to try new things. ♥

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  2. Looks really yummy!! Glad you liked how it worked! Thanks so much for stopping by!! I see you are now back to posting here on your regular blog??? Me too. I do plan on posting at least monthly on my Christmas blog sharing where I store things and how I plan for Christmas each year....We would be lost without our storage shed that we rent..
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  3. Betsy, that looks so good. I have never used an air-fryer, I'm not even sure how it works, but it does make a delicious looking steak. We have a Nuwave oven that works really well too..Happy Weekend..xxoJudy

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  4. it is looking delicious.. I haven't any air fryer .. it looks good, may be I'll buy some day..:D

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  5. Dearest Betsy,
    Yeah, you use a healthy method for preparing the meat and than add a dollop of butter on your steak = a contradiction.
    Both of us have to watch our diet for keeping cholesterol levels in check.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  6. Wow---that steak looks GREAT... Bet you'll keep enjoying the new air fryer.


    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  7. Your steak looks delicious! I have never heard of an air fryer before....I am going to look it up!

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  8. oh my...that looks yummy. Betsy ~ I can give you a somewhat recipe for my squash casserole cause I don't measure anything...I just take however many pieces of squash and slice them thin, and then I cook in a skillet with sliced onion, filled with water. I cook till very tender. I drain off the water and in a bowl I mix cheddar cheese (sorry, I just pour it in the bowl) with the squash, I add about a tablespoon on mayo, about a 1/2 teaspoon of sugar, salt and pepper to taste. Mix well, pour into a casserole dish sprayed with cooking spray. Top with bread crumbs (I just tear up a slice of bread), top with more cheese and bake 350 till bubbly and cheese is melted. I have NO clue why Debbie can't seem to make this but she claims mine is the best....haha...I think she says that so I will make it for her.

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