When it comes to harvesting a vegetable garden or finding an air fryer online, most people are often left wondering what they should do with everything. Naturally, some of it will be frozen, some of it canned, and some given to both friends and family.
The rest, of course, is usually used in different succulent recipes. Vegetables can be served in very many different ways. Air fryers can be used to fry them; they can be steamed, buttered, creamed, and tossed into salads and casseroles.
Let’s take a look at some of the top options out there.
Are you good with air fryers, and do you have so many tomatoes in your storage cabinet? Then you can make tomato fritters. Both the green and red tomatoes are excellent for this recipe.
All you need, aside from the tomatoes, of course, is a little cornmeal. Simply slice the tomatoes, cover them with the cornmeal and then dump them into some hot oil. Fry them until golden brown and serve while hot.
Cucumbers usually grow really fast and are mostly used in salads or for pickling. Frying your pickles will give them a delicious and unusual twist. Get some of your best homegrown pickles, drain them (reserving a bit of the pickling liquid) and slice them up.
Combine one cup of AP flour, a quarter teaspoon of salt, and one teaspoon each of ground red pepper and garlic powder in a medium mixing bowl. Slowly stir in one cup of the pickle juice and club soda until mixed well.
Dip your pickles into this batter mixture and then throw them into the fryer. Once golden brown, use a paper towel to drain and serve while warm.
Squash is also something you probably have in your garden, right? If you don’t, then this isn’t for you. If you do, then this recipe might just blow your mind. For starters, not many folks think of frying their squash.
Anyway, fried squash is made the same way as tomato fritters. The only difference here is that you’ll first have to dip the squash slices into an egg and milk mixture before rolling them in the cornmeal. The mixture helps make the cornmeal stick to the squash slices better.
Carrots are an excellent source of carotene, potassium, fiber and antioxidants. If you have some of these in your garden then you should not hesitate making delicious glazed carrots.
Take some of your carrots, wash and scrape them well, and then boil until slightly tender. As they’re boiling, heat 3 tablespoons of both butter and brown sugar with 60ml of hot water. This is to make somewhat of simple syrup. Remove your carrots from the boiling water and then drain thoroughly. Pour the syrup over the drained carrots and then bake them for around 25-minutes at 190 C.
You can do so many other things with the vegetables from your garden, and these are just but a few of the most interesting ones. If you like using air fryers, then you should definitely try out some of these recipes.