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Good news, y’all! Whether you’re an air fry pro or a curious newcomer, our good friend and Southern Cooking Extraordinaire, Poppy Tooker has a podcast just for you. This new episode of “Louisiana Eats” is all about air frying—guaranteed to be the most delicious thing your ears will ever hear!

Click on the link below for Poppy’s Louisiana Eats Quick Bite podcast episode featuring our very own Louisiana Fish Fry Air Fryer Mixes below, and listen closely for a special discount code on our featured Air Fry Seasoned Mixes!

Louisiana Eats Quick Bite Podcast Episode

Step by step

Step 1

Moisten up to 2 lbs. of protein (chicken, fish, pork, or even veggies!)  thoroughly in egg wash OR ice cold water. 

Step 2

Coat chicken, or protein of your choice, completely in Louisiana Fish Fry Air Fryer Seasoned Coating Mix. 

Step 3

Shake off any excess coating to ensure an even coating. 

Step 4

Place chicken, or protein of your choice, in your air fryer basket in a single layer.

Step 5

Air Fry at 400°F for 10 to 15 minutes. (375° for 15-20 minutes for bone-in.) *Be sure to flip halfway through!* (Your chicken, or other protein, should be golden brown and have an internal temperature of 165°F.) 

Step 6


Pro Tips

Best Fish to Fry

The best fish for frying tends to be lean and neutrally flavored, like catfish. (Oysters and peeled shrimp work great, too, of course!) Heartier fish like tuna and snapper are best for grilling or pan-searing.

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Reheat Fried Foods

To reheat your fried foods, let them come up to room temperature and then bake briefly in a 400-degree oven. Use a wire rack atop a baking sheet to keep too much steam from making things soggy.

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