Make these EASY Air Fryer Frozen Onion Rings in minutes in the air fryer without all the oil and grease that deep-frying brings!
These Air Fryer Frozen Onion Rings are ready to serve in just about 10 minutes or less and can be paired with your favorite Air Fryer Cheeseburger.
If you are looking for onion rings made completely from scratch or gluten-free, be sure to check out these Air Fryer Onion Rings that are both of those things!
Tips for Making Air Fryer Frozen Onion Rings:
Air Fryer Frozen Rings are basically heated up in the air fryer and possibly the easiest thing you could ever make in the air fryer.
It is best to have some grapeseed oil spray on hand just to give them a light coat of oil, not a lot just a light coat if you prefer. This will also help them get nice and crispy.
It’s also best to do these in batches so that you do not stack them on top of each other, do even layers. Sometimes you’ll find a smaller onion ring that fits in a larger one and that’s fine too just don’t put them on top of each other.
You want to be sure that there is room around the onion rings so the air really circulates well to get them nice and crispy.
I use a Ninja Air Fryer to make these and have not found that it is necessary to flip them, but by all means, if you want to you can.
These can be made with any frozen variety that you find in your local store.
We love to serve these as a side or an appetizer dipped in Homemade Ranch Dressing.
Now let’s get these tasty treats air-fried!
Air Fryer Frozen Onion Rings
- Frozen Onion Rings
- Grapeseed Oil Spray optional
- Place the frozen onion rings evenly in the bottom of the air fryer basket.
- Coat with grapeseed oil spray if preferred.
- Cook at 390*F for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown.
- Repeat for additional batches and serve.
Ron Robertson says
Hi there, I just joined your web site. I have a Corsori air fryer 3.7 quart size.
Could you please state on all of your recipes if you need to pre heat the fryer or not.
The vast majority of mine are never done with preheating, if it does need to be preheated then I’ll have it mentioned and called out in the recipe card on the post. If the recipe card doesn’t mention preheating, then I didn’t preheat. Hopefully, that helps, let me know if you have questions.