This easy air fryer stuffing recipe is the perfect side dish to any meal. Every bite is full of flavor with chopped onions and celery, and just the right seasonings.
Turkey and ham are classic dinners. But a meal isn't complete without our favorite holiday side dish. And this air fryer stuffing is always a hit with dinner guests! Another holiday side dish we love is Air Fryer Homemade Cornbread. For even more classic dishes, try the roasted turkey, and whole chicken.
What makes this stuffing delicious is freshly chopped onions and celery for extra flavor. I also mix in just a little bit of fresh sage. With very little prep time, and all the flavor of traditional stuffing that has been baked, you are going to love this stuffing!
What you need to make this recipe
I use my Cosori air fryer to make this stuffing. My Corning Ware dish is air fryer safe, and the entire dish fits perfectly in the basket. Of course you can use what will fit in your air fryer basket or on the Air Fryer Tray.
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Besides an air fryer and baking dish, to make this recipe you will need:
- Chicken broth
- Butter, melted
- Celery Rib
- Small Onion
- Herb seasoned bread cubes
I used Stovetop Savory Herbs Stuffing Mix bread cubes. These delicious bread cubes are already seasoned and make this recipe even easier. If you want to make your own breadcrumbs from dry bread, it is super easy to do.
This is the perfect combination of flavors, but you can also add other fresh vegetables such as mushrooms, one or two cloves garlic, or green onions.
How to make air fryer stuffing
To make this recipe, begin by adding the bread crumbs into a medium bowl. Next, add in the broth and the melted butter. Stir together until the bread cubes and the liquids are combined.
Next, add in the chopped celery and onion. Top the stuffing mixture with the sage and stir together until the bread cubes are well combined with the other ingredients.
Place the stuffing in air fryer basket and air Fry at 320 degrees Fahrenheit for 8 to 10 minutes cooking time. Stir the stuffing halfway through cooking. The stuffing will be golden brown on top when done. Season with salt and black pepper as desired. (I prefer kosher salt)
What is the difference between stuffing and dressing?
Stuffing and dressing are really both the same thing. Stuffing is used for turkey filling, while dressing is usually in a separate dish.
What else can I stuff with this recipe?
You can stuff bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, sweet potatoes, and so much more.
Can I use a stuffing mix instead of making homemade stuffing?
Absolutely. The biggest difference is not adding the celery, onion, and sage. But trust me, they make this a delicious recipe.
How do I reheat stuffing in the air fryer?
Place stuffing in air fryer safe dish, and heat at 320 degrees F for 3-5 minutes. If stuffing isn't hot enough, add additional 2-3 minutes.
MORE AIR FRYER RECIPES:
Air Fryer Stuffing
- Air Fryer
- Corning Ware or Air Fryer Safe Dish
- 1 ½ cups chicken broth
- 1 teaspoon sage
- ¼ cup butter melted
- ½ cup celery, chopped about 2 stalks
- ¼ cup onion, chopped about ½ small onion
- 4 cups herb seasoned bread cubes
- To make this recipe, begin by adding the bread cubes into a medium bowl. Next, add in the broth and the melted butter. Stir together until the bread cubes and the liquids mix well.
- Add in the chopped celery, onion, and sage. Stir together until the bread cubes are well combined with the other ingredients. Transfer to an air fryer safe baking dish.
- Place the stuffing in air fryer basket and air fry at 320 degrees F for 3-5 minutes cooking time.
- Stir the stuffing halfway through cooking. Stuffing will be golden brown on top when done. Season with salt and black pepper as desired.
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