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How to make air-fried cauliflower and beets using the Philips Airfryer for a delicious, fall salad with arugula and radishes. 

How to make cauliflower and beets in the Airfryer. | livinglou.com

I always think of eating salads in the summer, when you can just toss raw veggies together and call it a day, but I do love a fall salad filled with warm vegetables. The truth is, as delicious as they are, fall and winter salads are definitely more involved and I don’t always want to turn on the oven to roast veggies for a quick salad. It just seems like a lot of work, waiting for the oven to warm up and cleaning the baking sheet, especially when you’re just making a salad for one person. Are you with me on this? And this becomes even more of a process after a long day of work, and let’s be honest, most of us, young, city dwelling folks are working long hours and cooking for one person. That’s where I’ve discovered what I think might be the perfect tool for young professionals, the Philips Airfryer. I’m talking about healthy, homemade meals in minutes, you guys.

How to make cauliflower and beets in the Airfryer. | livinglou.com

I feel like we never have enough time these days, everyone is rushing from one thing to the next, and the first thing to go? Cooking homemade meals. Takeout is just too easy, especially with all the new delivery apps and technology, you can just press a button and food will be at your place within minutes. The Philips Airfryer can fry, bake, roast and even grill with little to no oil, which makes for healthy meals, but for me, the best part is how quickly the Rapid Air Technology cooks your food. Using Gordon Ramsay’s cooking tips (he has partnered with Philips and this salad pictured is one of his recipes), in just eight minutes you’ll have perfectly crisp air-fried cauliflower and just 12 minutes for crisp and sweet air-fried beets. And the machine heats up so quickly, by the time you’re finished prepping your veggies, it’s ready to go.

How to make cauliflower and beets in the Airfryer. | livinglou.com

How to cook cauliflower in the Philips Airfryer

Yields 1-2 servings

Air-fried caulifower

5 minPrep Time

8 minCook Time

13 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 small head cauliflower, cut into small bite sized florets
  • Drizzle of olive oil
  • salt to taste

Instructions

  1. Preheat a Philips Airfryer to 360°F (182°C).
  2. Toss cauliflower with olive oil and salt.
  3. Arrange the cauliflower in a single layer in the fry basket and insert into the air fryer. Cook for 8 minutes, stirring the cauliflower once halfway through the cooking time. Repeat with any remaining cauliflower.
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To cook beets in the Airfryer, it’s very much the same process and this method can be used for so many vegetables. I like to cook cauliflower and beets just to snack on or serve alongside a roast chicken but you can also throw them in a salad with your favourite dressing (I’m partial to a classic balsamic vinaigrette or an apple cider vinaigrette for a fall salad).

How to make cauliflower and beets in the Airfryer. | livinglou.com

How to cook beets in the Philips Airfryer

Yields 1-2 servings

Air-fried beets

5 minPrep Time

14 minCook Time

19 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 3 small beets, peeled and cut into 1/4-inch wedges
  • drizzle of olive oil
  • salt

Instructions

  1. Preheat a Philips Airfryer to 360°F (182°C).
  2. Arrange the beets in a single layer in the fry basket and insert into the air fryer. Cook, turning once halfway through the cooking time, until fork-tender, 12 to 14 minutes.
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Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Philips – as always, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting my sponsors and allowing me to continue creating recipes like these air-fried cauliflower and beets.

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