Air Fryer Frozen Corn On The Cob. The most delicious corn on the cob, cooked from frozen in the air fryer, that is lightly seasoned and served with melted butter, that will have you struggling just to have the one.
Air Fryer Frozen Corn On The Cob
I LOVE corn on the cob. Its one of my all-time favourite dinner sides. With a little salt and pepper and some melted butter and I am in.
It’s like a lot of foods that is loaded up with butter, add in the butter and you forget that it is vegetables, as it tastes just so, so good.
But I often find that fresh corn on the cob can be expensive, plus Dominic doesn’t care for it. So, I end up not buying it.
I am a frugal mum and often think that if everyone doesn’t eat it, then what is the point in buying it?
Well unless I am at KFC.
I love KFC and it is unthinkable to leave KFC without buying a mini corn on the cob. They are always lovely and warm and go so well paired with a KFC chicken burger. The kids also love corn on the cob, so now when we go to KFC we must buy more corn on the cob, than we buy chicken pieces.
Why Air Fryer Frozen Corn On The Cob
I love bags of frozen corn on the cob. They don’t stick together, and you can grab a frozen corn on the cob whenever you want one, place it in the air fryer and then let the air fryer do the hard work for you.
If you also have an Instant Pot (like we do), then you can be cooking a whole rotisserie chicken in the Instant Pot Pressure Cooker, while your corn on the cob cooks from frozen in the air fryer. Then pair it up with some other vegetables or some potatoes and you have dinner on the table.
Air Fryer corn on the cob also works well as Air Fryer Party Food, if you saw our feature that we did yesterday, then you will know, we feel it is essential for pulling off an air fryer party.
After all, who doesn’t love the melted butter smothered over a corn on the cob?
Air Fryer Frozen Corn On The Cob Brands
We used the brand Iceland for our frozen corn on the cob. They are fantastic bags of frozen corn and can easily be thrown into the freezer and then use them as you need them.
The corn on the cob doesn’t stick together in the freezer and you can just grab as you want one.
As well as Iceland, there are many brands around the world selling frozen corn on the cob. As they rarely differ in contents or size, you can use my instructions below for any brand for cooking air fryer frozen corn on the cob.
How To Cook Air Fryer Frozen Corn On The Cob
Cooking air fryer frozen corn on the cob is so easy and OMG so tasty too. You can make any variety that you like too.
You place the frozen corn on the cob in the air fryer basket and get it started. Then when it is almost done, add in the seasoning and the melted butter.
It doesn’t matter if your butter is rock hard as your air fryer will melt it for you!
I love melted butter and a little light seasoning, but its like having a blank canvas and being able to load it up with your favourite flavours.
- If you want it spicy, then add a sprinkling of cayenne pepper
- If you want it sweet, then add some honey and mustard
- If you want it curried, then add some garam masala
More Air Fryer Frozen Food Recipes
But don’t think that you must stop there as there is plenty of other air fryer frozen food, that also tastes spectacular thanks to how effortlessly the air fryer cooks your food.
Some other favourite air fryer food recipes include:
- Air Fryer Frozen French Fries
- Air Fryer Frozen Mozzarella Sticks
- Air Fryer Frozen Egg Rolls
- Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Nuggets
- Air Fryer Frozen Mini Pizzas
- Air Fryer Frozen Sweet Potato Fries
- Air Fryer Frozen Sweet Potato Wedges
- Air Fryer Frozen Breaded Mushrooms
- Air Fryer Frozen Fish Sticks
- Air Fryer Frozen KFC Chicken
- Air Fryer Frozen KFC Hot Wings
- Air Fryer Frozen Hash Browns
- Air Fryer Frozen Potato Chips
Air Fryer Frozen Corn On The Cob
- 4 Frozen Corn On The Cobs
- 2 Tsp Butter
- Salt & Pepper
- Place your corn on the cob into the air fryer basket and set the time to 12 minutes and cook at 180c/360f.
- After 12 minutes add ½ a teaspoon of butter and salt and pepper to the top of each one and cook for a further 3 minutes at 160c/320f.
- Serve warm.
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