Easy air fryer baby potatoes seasoned with garlic and paprika. The perfect side dish that is done in under 20 minutes!
Air fryer baby potatoes are easy to throw together and simple to cook.
If you haven’t cooked with an air fryer yet, one of the best things is there is no preheating necessary!
Also, very little oil is needed to cook in the air fryer and still have the desired results.
- Yukon Gold Potatoes -or- A Mix of Baby Red and Golden Potatoes
- Olive Oil
- Smoked Paprika
- Garlic Powder
- Black Pepper
- Freshly Chopped Parsley for Topping
- Parmesan (Optional Topping)
If you want to avoid oil altogether, simply spray the potatoes with cooking spray, like Pam, and coat the potatoes with seasoning after.
How to Cook Air Fryer Baby Potatoes
Once you have coated the potatoes in a little bit of olive oil and coated them with seasonings, spray the air fryer basket with nonstick cooking spray.
Air Fryer Baby Potato Cook Times
The air fryer does not require any preheating. Once you have the potatoes in the air fryer basket, close it, and set the temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 12 minutes.
Once they have cooked for 12 minutes, check for doneness with a fork. Depending on their size, the potatoes may need additional cook time.
After they are done, transfer the potatoes a serving dish and sprinkle with parsley and/or Parmesan.
What Goes with Air Fryer Potatoes?
Air Fryer Baby PotatoesCourse: Air Fryer Side Dishes, Side DishesCuisine: American
Easy air fryer baby potatoes seasoned with garlic and paprika. The perfect side dish that is done cooking in 12 minutes!
1 lb Small Yukon Gold Potatoes
2 tsp Olive Oil
1 tsp Smoked Paprika
1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
1/2 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Black Pepper
1 tsp Freshly Chopped Parsley, for topping
Parmesan (Optional Topping)
- Rinse potatoes and pat dry. Drizzle olive oil on potatoes and stir to coat. Sprinkle seasonings on potatoes and stir to coat.
- Spray air fryer basket with cooking spray and add potatoes.
- Set the temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and the timer to 12 minutes. To check for doneness, pierce with a fork. Additional cook time may be needed based on the size of the potatoes.