At least the air roasting is true for the carrots, sprouts, and broccoli. The potatoes were boiled, smashed and then roasted on a tray below the basket with the other veggies. Everything was tossed with oil and kosher salt.
I set the temp at 350 to start and then bumped it to 375. They took about 13-14 minutes after it came to temp but I put everything in before it was fully pre-heated. I’m still feeling my way around cooking times, not ready yet to set and forget until the timer chimes.
I’ll be bummed when I run out of those candied jalapenos. The slaw is from a copycat KFC recipe. It’s a favorite of Mrs J. I’m torn between it and one using shredded cabbage and fresh peppers in a sweet and sour dressing. I think the vinegar slaw works better as a topping on fish or pulled pork. YMMV
This was just OK, it’s not going into the regular rotation. The lean ground beef really shines in these kinds of recipes, there is never any extra fat to get rid of.
I watched this a few times and decided I could do that. Mine is full of ham and potatoes and peppers and stuff.The potatoes and veggies were sauteed to soften them and the ham added to warm it before they were dropped into the egg along with cheese. Goes without saying that a nonstick pan is handy for this.Delicious! Salsa and hot sauce are optional but highly recommended.