Frozen Fish Fillets
Frozen fish fillet is a nutritious and flavorful fish loaded with lean protein, vitamin and minerals. They are many ways to serve or use a frozen fish fillet; Prawn cocktails, Fried rice with prawns, Tasty fish bake, Steamed fish and couscous, Seafood dumpling noodle soup just to name a few. While there are some varieties of fish that cook fine without even being thawed out, you can skip altogether the thawing part and cook frozen fish straight from the freezer.
However, you will have to add a few minutes to the cook time in your recipe to account for the lack of thawing. Nevertheless you can poach, steam, bake, broil or grill fish straight from the freezer!.
Air Fryer Frozen Fish Fillet
We love fish fillets and learning how to cook raw fish fillets from frozen in the air fryer is super easy and we think you’ll love them too. They come out crispy and absolutely delicious! Cooking Air fried frozen fish is a game changer.
Frozen fish fillets are better air fried than a regular oven because the hot circulating air makes the fish crispy without having to oil them. More so, add some tarter sauce and a few slices of lemon and voila! It’s perfect with the bright lemon juice and dip. Also, if you want to make it a meal, air fry some French fries after for a perfect fish and chips air fryer dinner.
How To Cook Frozen Fish Fillet In An Air Fryer
In addition to all i have stated above, All time, temp and details are in the recipe box below. There’s several things which affect how the frozen fish fillet cook. They all vary in size, thickness, type and heaviness of the breading. All air fryers are different and some cook much hotter than others. Once you cook your first batch, you’ll know more of what works for your model of air fryer and size of food.
- Place the frozen breaded fish fillet in the air fryer basket. Make sure they aren’t overlapping. No oil spray is needed.
- Air Fry at 380°F/193°C for 12 minutes. Flip the fish fillets over and then continue to cook at 380°F/193°C for another 2-4 minutes or until cooked through and the coating is crispy.