Slider Sunday

I think a new tradition has started at our place, with the slider for a quick and tasty dinner.


So tonight it was Angus beef with fried egg and dijon mustard.


A scone cutter was reborn and was  perfect tool for the beef patties. Not all that good meat was wasted! My Rottweiler enjoyed what was left over.


I used silicone cupcake cases for the eggs. No need to grease them, the eggs came out with no fuss.



We recently purchased a second Airfryer and it was the best decision we made!
Beef patties and eggs in one with the chips in the other.

Beef patties and eggs were cooked for 15 minutes at 190 degrees and the chips 14 minutes at 200 degrees in a Philips XL Airfryer.

Perfect little meal in a total of 20 minutes!

Time and temperature for the beef (which were quite thick) was for well done. So adjust time to your liking and if using a brand other than the Philips XL, you may also need to make alterations to time and possibly temperature.

As always any method of cooking can be used.


Pulled Pork Sliders

I was at local supermarket picking up a few bits and pieces. Looking in the fresh meat section I came across this…


Sliders have been all the rage for sometime and thought this par cooked pulled pork would be perfect for the Airfryer!

And the result…


The pulled pork was surprisingly melt in the mouth and perfect with cheesy bacon chips.

With the bonus of having two Airfryers, all of this was done in 15 minutes!

The pork can be finished in the microwave, oven or stove top for conventional cooking.

If using an Airfryer (one only), finish the pork first as more ideal to keep this warm while you cook bacon and chips.

Pulled pork
Oven fries
Bacon pieces
Grated American cheddar cheese

Your choice of salad (optional)

Cook the pork for 15 minutes at 180 degrees in a baking dish or cake tin stirring occasionally.


Place oven fries and bacon in second Airfryer (if using two). Bacon can go in with the fries in a small oven proof dish/bowl.


Cook bacon and fries for 14 minutes at 200 degrees stirring bacon occasionally.


Once bacon and fries are done, place together into a bowl, cover with grated cheese and pop in the microwave to melt the cheese.

Place the sliders in the Airfryer and lightly toast for 3-4 minutes at 180 degrees.

How to serve…? That’s entirely up to how you like.

No matter what method you use, this meal can be enjoyed in under 20 minutes!

Temperatures and times don’t change with whatever method of cooking you choose.




Smokey Pork Hot dogs


Hot dogs just got a whole lot better! Why boil when you can airfry?

But it’s all in the dog and there can be a fine line between a good hot dog and a bad hot dogs.

These smokey pork hot dogs came our recently opened Costco store, very quickly becoming my favourite place to shop.

Being from the land Down Under, if I can get American branded style foods it costs a fortune…. But not now!

Served with tomato sauce, American mustard, grated cheese and dill pickles. The pickles with the smokey pork flavour was just perfect.

In the Airfryer the dogs were cooked for  15 minutes at 160  degrees. I threw the pickles in with 2 minutes to go.

I then placed the hot dogs back in the Airfryer for another 2 minutes at 160 to lightly toast the rolls and melt the cheese.

Something easy for lunch or after work when you’re having one of those “I seriously just couldn’t be bothered tonight ” days.

And being airfried you know that there’s no guilt!