Even though it says 29 minutes cooking time, it is still 14 minutes for the air fryer and 15 minutes for the instant pot. As they are cooking together it is really more like 20 minutes to wait for your food. This is of course taking into account the time that the Instant Pot needs to get to pressure.
I suggest that because the Instant Pot needs to get to pressure and that when the Instant Pot is done, you still need to mash your root vegetables, that you start the Air Fryer when the Instant Pot reads “10 minutes”. That way none of your food will be cold and it will be ready at equal times.
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