These air fryer roasted potatoes are crispy on the outside, and fluffy on the inside tossed with savory olive oil, herbaceous oregano, red pepper flakes, and salt.
I have yet to meet a potato I didn’t love, and these are no exception!
These air fryer roasted potatoes are my new favorite way to make a quick and easy side dish to any meal.
The air fryer cooks them to perfection, giving them a crispy exterior, and a tender, fluffy interior; and the combination of oregano, red pepper flakes, olive oil, and salt gives the potatoes a fragrant and savory flavor that will make your taste buds sing!
Plus, it’s worth noting that these are vegan and gluten-free, making them a great option for any dinner party or potluck.
Trust me, you’ll love making these air fryer roasted potatoes!
Ingredients for air fryer roasted potatoes
- Baby potatoes – Baby potatoes are the perfect size for air frying.
- Olive oil – Olive oil will help develop a crispy exterior on the potatoes.
- Oregano – Oregano is a great pungent herbaceous flavor.
- Red pepper flakes – Red pepper flakes will give the potatoes a little heat.
- Kosher salt – Kosher salt is important to help enhance all of the flavors.
If you’re not a fan of oregano, no worries! Here are some other herbs I love to use when making these air fryer roasted potatoes:
Why olive oil?
Because there are so few ingredients to this dish, it’s important that every ingredient be packed with flavor!
Lighter oils like canola, vegetable, or avocado oil, are pretty flavorless, and while they’re still fats and will help crisp up the potatoes, they won’t add any flavors.
Olive oil is not only delicious, but it’s good for you too! So use the best one you can for maximum flavor!
What to serve with?
These air fryer roasted potatoes go great with any meal!
Use them as a side for anything from burgers, salmon, or even roasted chicken.
What is an air fryer?
An air fryer is basically a tabletop convection oven.
It mimics the outcome of a deep fat fryer but without the use of oil. Hot hair is moved around via a fan that quickly and crisply cooks up the food.
The 2 most common air fryers you’ll see are basket style (that is what I have) or convection/toaster oven style.
There are pluses to both but I personally prefer my basket style.
What is the best air fryer to buy?
I prefer the basket-style air fryer as it’s a bit smaller and takes up less room than the toaster oven-style air fryer.
My biggest tip when it comes to air fryers is to make sure you pick a style that will work the most for your family and the amount of food you will be cooking.
My large basket-style air fryer can cook up to 12 wings, 2-4 servings of french fries, etc. which works well for my household.
Storage and leftovers
Any leftover air fryer roasted potatoes can be stored in an airtight container and kept in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
To reheat, simply place on a microwave-safe dish covered loosely with a damp paper towel and heated for 2-3 minutes or until heated thoroughly.
More air fryer recipes
- Craving something sweet? Try my Air Fryer Apple Hand Pie
- Need something for a crowd? Try my Air Fryer Honey Mustard Chicken Wings
- Looking for something Mexican-inspired? Try my Air Fryer Chicken Taquitos
- Can’t get enough potatoes? Try my Air Fryer Smashed Potatoes
Air Fryer Roasted Potatoes
These air fryer roasted potatoes are crispy on the outside, and fluffy on the inside, tossed with savory olive oil, herbaceous oregano, red pepper flakes, and salt.
- 1 pound baby yellow potatoes, washed and halved
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 2 teaspoons dried oregano
- 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
- Preheat the air fryer to 400 degrees F.
- Spray the air fryer basket with non-stick spray or line it with a parchment paper liner.
- In a large bowl add potatoes, olive oil, oregano, kosher salt, and red pepper flakes. Toss to combine and coat evenly.
- Add potatoes to the prepared air fryer, trying to keep them in one even layer, and cook for 15-18 minutes at 380 degrees F. Shaking the potatoes halfway through the cooking time.
- Check doneness by piercing the potatoes with a fork and if it easily goes into he potatoes they are fully cooked. If not, continue cooking for a few more minutes until fully cooked.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 167Total Fat: 7gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 169mgCarbohydrates: 25gFiber: 3gSugar: 1gProtein: 3g
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