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Meatballs in the air fryer (amazing!) – Gordon Ramsay’s version

air fryer meatballs recipe

The Meatballs in air fryer I’m a second dish very tasty, alightweight alternative And fast to prepare the meatballs; that despite being vegan cooked without oil will result soft inside with a beautiful golden crust. Believe me they are truly amazing!

air fryer meatballs recipe

For the Quick and easy recipe I took inspiration from my most loved preparations: thedough some meatballs with sauce, in fact you will need them 10 minutes to mix together ground beef and pork, eggs, softened bread and cheese, round them between your hands and finally cook the meatballs in the air fryer. Thanks to trick inherited from the baked meatballs, to add 2 tablespoons of broth during cooking, these they will not dry out (due to the air fan) proving to be kept inside although crunchy on the outside. To give you an idea, the result is incredible, do you know the delicious fried meatballs? they are practically the same, but without fried! Perfect to prepare as a second course save dinner or save lunch , needless to say, children eat them repeatedly like sweets and we adults follow suit! And if you want to combine it with an excellent quick side dish, also make air fryer potatoes, they are special! However, if you make them smaller they are also special for aperitif accompanied by a delicious sauce.

Air Fryer Meatballs Recipe


Preparation Cooking Total
15 minutes 15 minutes 30 minutes

Cost Kitchen Calories
Bass Italian 344 Kcal


Quantity for 20 pieces

  • 300 g of minced beef
  • 50 g of sausage removed from the casing (alternatively other minced pork)
  • 70 g of stale bread (1 sandwich)
  • 1 small egg
  • 2 tablespoons of parmesan
  • 2 tablespoons of milk
  • fresh parsley
  • salt
  • 2 tablespoons oil (optional)
  • 2 tablespoons meat or vegetable broth



How to make meatballs in an air fryer

First of all, soak the bread in hot water, a few minutes will be enough, then obtain mainly the crumb, squeeze it well and add it to a bowl.

Then add the minced meat, crumbled sausage, egg, parmesan, milk, finely chopped parsley and a little salt.

Finally knead with your hands until you obtain a compact mixture

Roll balls of about 5 cm between your hands. But you can also make them smaller:

how to make meatballs in an air fryer

Then, as you make them, place them in the basket of your air fryer with some chopped rosemary and 2 tablespoons of broth, if you like also with oil:

cook the meatballs in the air fryer

Without preheating, cook at 180° for approximately 15-18 minutes, the time also varies depending on the size of the meatballs.

Halfway through cooking, shake and decide whether to add 1 more tablespoon of broth.

Here they are ready Meatballs in air fryer

Meatballs in air fryer


You can also keep them for the next day, perhaps heating them a little at the moment.

Also discover my entire collection of air fryer recipes

The best spring recipe with vegetables – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Spring risotto recipe

Spring risotto recipe

Risotto Primavera

The best spring recipe, with all the fresh seasonal vegetables such as asparagus, peas and new broad beans. An ancient recipe from my grandmother to color the table in the spring months.

Preparation 20 minutes

Cooking 25 minutes

Scope First dishes

Kitchen Italian cuisine

Portions 4

Calories 350 kcal

  • 200 gr net of asparagus
  • 150 gr net of fresh peas
  • 150 gr net of new beans
  • 350 gr of Carnaroli or Arborio rice
  • Carrot
  • 100 gr of onion
  • 2 spoons of oil
  • 40 gr of parmesan
  • 20 gr of butter
  • salt
  • Pepper

For the broth:

  • 2 liters of water
  • Celery
  • half a carrot
  • Half onion
  • Spring vegetable scraps
  • salt


  • First clean the asparagus by removing the hardest parts and cut them into rounds. Set the tips aside for later;

  • The broad beans must be cleaned and the peas shelled

  • Cut the carrots and onion

  • After cutting all the vegetables, sauté: two spoons in the pan and add the onion and carrot, sauté for 5 minutes;

  • Add the vegetables and cook for another 5 minutes

  • Toast the rice with the vegetables for a couple of minutes and then pour in the white wine

  • Add the filtered broth so that it is even with the rice, about 3 ladles

  • Lower the heat and from time to time when we see that it is drying, add more broth

  • Cooking lasts 18 minutes from this moment and 5 minutes before we will put the asparagus tips having a different cooking

  • Two minutes before, add the salt, pepper and, with the heat off, the butter and parmesan

Keywords spring recipes, spring risotto

Soft apple biscuits – Recipes on the fly – Gordon Ramsay’s version



THE soft apple biscuits they are sweets simple and genuine, without butter and with lots of apples in the dough which give the dessert a fresh and fruity flavour. The recipe is very simple and involves the use of a few ingredients, including oil instead of butter.

These biscuits they are very easy to prepare since you don’t need an electric whisk or molds to create biscuits. In fact, the dough is simply mixed with a fork and then the quantity is taken out with a spoon.

Soft apple biscuits they are an excellent alternative to classic dry biscuits. Thanks to the presence of fruit, these biscuits are soft and moist on the palateperfect for a sweet and tasty break.

These biscuits are perfect for a delicious breakfast or for a tasty snack, accompanied by a cup of tea or milk. Furthermore, they can be customized as desired, for example by adding drops of chocolate or of cinnamon for a touch of spice.

They are certainly ideal when you want to prepare a genuine breakfast for your kids or a light snack.

In any case, soft apple biscuits are an original and delicious idea to conquer the palate of dessert and fruit lovers, who will be able to appreciate the goodness and softness of this simple but tasty dessert.

If you prefer the classic apple pie, try this recipe: Apple and ricotta pie!

soft apple biscuits

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