Bored of Lunch’s Air-fried ‘Roast’ Potatoes with Fresh Rosemary
This recipe for air-fried roast potatoes from Bored of Lunch is the ultimate guide to perfectly crisp, healthy roasties.
From the book
There are so many ways to make the perfect roastie in an air fryer, one of them being to use a really low-calorie spray. You can do this if you want to reduce the calories as much as possible, but I find just adding a tiny bit of oil here really makes a difference to the taste. You can (and I do sometimes) cook these without parboiling the potatoes first, but it will mean you won’t get the insides as fluffy.
|potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks (I love a Maris Piper, but use your favourite)
|oil or a few squirts of a low-calorie oil spray
|fresh rosemary, chopped
|salt and pepper, to taste
You will need: an airfryer.
Parboil your potatoes for 8 minutes, then drain and give them a bit of a shake in the pot to fluff up the outsides a bit.
Add them to the air fryer but remove the grid at the bottom if you have one – you want them to sit in the small serving of oil. Spray the potatoes with low-calorie oil or add 2 tablespoons of oil.
Air-fry at 200C for 22 minutes, but shake them after 10 minutes and again at 15 minutes. Have a snoop and spray in some more low-calorie oil, if required.
For the last few minutes, add in the rosemary and a sprinkle of salt and pepper.
Calories per serving: 182.
Note: You can save 230 total calories across the whole serving if you replace 2 tablespoons of oil with low-calorie oil spray.