Air Fryers

How to Cook Frozen Burgers in Air Fryer

Making Frozen Burgers In An Air Fryer Is Pretty Simple

The air fryer is convenient for quick and simple meal making, and it gives you a very healthy way to cook a large number of foods. Basically, anything you can make in a vat of hot oil, you can also make in the air fryer, just with fewer calories.

You can still get a similar crispy texture when you use the air fryer, but it’s a lot better for you. This way uses less oil, so it comes out as a less expensive way to make the food, once you account for the initial cost of the air fryer.

Making frozen burgers in air fryer is pretty simple. I want to share with you my method for how to make them. I think most people turn to the air fryer as a way for making burgers when they don’t have a grill, but I actually prefer them cooked this way rather than grilling them.

There’s less mess to clean up and I can make it in the kitchen and don’t need it outside grill. It’s the perfect grilled burger substitute for those who don’t have a yard or patio and need to do all their cooking in the kitchen.

You can make frozen turkey burgers in air fryer or frozen beef burgers. It’s perfectly fine to put them into the fryer frozen, and that’s what I usually do with them as well.

They do not have to be thawed first; you can cook them similarly to how you would cook them on the grill. Cooking frozen turkey burgers in air fryer is a cinch, and I think you’ll agree once you give this method a try. If the burgers are thawed and you want to cook in the air fryer, that works as well.

How to Cook Frozen Burgers in Air Fryer

You are usually use just a little oil when cooking food in the air fryer, but since hamburgers tend to have a lot of fat and would cook in the frying pan in their own fat, need to add any oil to the air fryer.

It’s okay to keep the patties frozen up until the moment you’re ready to put them into the air fryer. That makes it easier to only take out what you need and use that.

Why put the remainder of your burger patties at risk of going bad before you’re ready to use them?

Whether you’re cooking frozen turkey burgers in air fryer or frozen beef burgers, the method is the same. The typical air fryer cooking basket can fit two burgers.

Yours may be smaller or larger, so keep that in consideration when following these cooking instructions.

Set your air fryer to cook for 10 minutes and then season up your burgers. You can use any kind of steak rub or steak seasoning or just some salt and pepper for your burgers.

Place your burgers into the air fryer basket and let them cook, and you will need to flip them once during cooking to ensure they cook thoroughly on both sides.

That’s all there is to cooking frozen burgers in air fryer, and I think this is probably the easiest method to make them and ensure they come out perfectly every time.

How Long to Cook For?

Of course, if you want burgers that are well done or raw, you will have to adjust the cooking time appropriately. How long to cook frozen burgers in air fryer? That’s up to you and how well done or rare you would like them.

If I’m making burgers that are well done in the air fryer, I cook them for about 14 minutes. This means cooking them at a heat of 360 degrees Fahrenheit. So, you may need to adjust your cooking time or temperature accordingly.

Be sure to flip your burgers over around halfway through to ensure they are cooked fully.

One thing that helps to make certain your burgers cook evenly is to use your finger to make a small depression in the middle of them. This keeps them from bulging upwards and gives them the right shape. It also helps with even cooking.

What If You Want Medium Rare Burgers In the Air Fryer?

You may only need to cook them for 6 minutes at 350 degrees. This should give you an internal temperature of around 130 to 135 degrees Fahrenheit.

That’s what counts as medium rare, and you get a warm pinkish center. Keep in mind that the size of the burger, particularly how thick it is, will determine how long it needs to cook to reach the desired level of doneness.

When you cook frozen burgers in air fryer, you want to keep in mind how frozen they are, how hot your air fryer is, and how thick the burgers are, as well as how done you would like your burgers.

Cooking Frozen Burgers In Air Fryer Is Only Easy If You Know How To Do It

You probably have your preference for how done you want your burgers to be cooked, and once you know how long it takes to cook the burger to that level and what temperature you should set it at, the rest is very easy.

You can cook frozen White Castle burgers in air fryer too. Just remember to separate the burgers from the buns for any kind of sliders you’re cooking.

It’s only the burgers that need to cook in the air fryer. The rest can be warmed in the microwave or oven.

White Castle frozen burgers are best when steamed, but you can cook them up in a number of different ways.

The Secret Is Keeping Your Burgers Moist

What I like about making any kind of burgers in the air fryer is how moist they come out, and they are less likely to dry out than other cooking methods.

Also, when you cook at this temperature and for the duration of time I’ve given you, you don’t end up with any dry or burnt edges. Even the outside of the burger is perfectly moist and tender.

You don’t have to do anything to the burgers while they’re cooking except to flip them one time, so you don’t have to keep an eye on them like you would with a hot grill.

And unlike cooking on the grill, you don’t have to light it up, set up coals, or wait for it to heat up.

Cooking your burgers in the air fryer really is the simplest and easiest way to make them, and if you have an air fryer, I would definitely suggest you put it to this use.

I think you’ll love how the burgers turn out, and you may prefer this method over grilling them, once you give it a try.

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