Air fryer pork chops are perfect for those on-the-go days. They’re so easy to make, just put them in and take them out. In under 25 minutes, you get to enjoy these pork chops.

If you are looking for more Air Fryer Pork recipes, you have to try Korean Air Fryer Pork Ribs. They are insanely delicious!

Air Fryer pork chops on a plate with salad

Air fryer pork chops are so versatile, they can be put on top of pretty much any grains, potatoes, or salads.You could even put leftovers into your morning omelette. Delicious, versatile, easy and quick – it’s my favorite kind of recipe.

How to Cook Pork Chops in an Air Fryer

Cooking pork chops in an air fryer is a very easy process. Use your favorite seasoning or see my recipe below. Place pork chops in an air fryer; cook at 360°F for 15 minutes. Halfway through the cooking process, turn the pork chops.

How Long Does It Take to Cook Pork Chops in an Air Fryer?

Pork chops can take anywhere between 12-20 minutes to cook in an air fryer. This would depend how thick the pork chops are. I would suggest checking a few times during the cooking process. If you’re cooking bone-in pork chops, it might take a bit longer than boneless.

Pork Temperature

Chops are done when the internal temperature registers 145°F on your meat thermometer.

At the moment, I use the Thermapen for the thermometer. As a less expensive alternative, you can find other thermometer options on Amazon.

Pork chops with a plate and a fork

Air fryer recipes have became a staple in our home. We use our air fryer several times a week.

I wasn’t sure which Air Fryer to get, so I got the most affordable one, Gourmia Digital Air Fryer. It’s working great for me. I would recommend reading some reviews to see what would be the best fit for you.

How Do You Preheat an Air Fryer?

Depending on the model of the Air fryer you have, your Air Fryer may already include a preheating setting. It usually comes in a form of a button, which you can click and wait for it to notify you.

If you don’t have a preheating setting, just preheat it manually. Simply set the Air Fryer temperature to 350F and give it about 2-3 minutes to warm up.

Can You Stack Meat in an Air Fryer?

The meat should not be stacked in the air fryer. Since the cooking is done by the circulation of air, stacking meat will prevent the air fryer from cooking the food properly. If you really must stack meat in the air fryer, move things around every 5 minutes to allow all sides to cook, and increase the overall cooking time to make sure the food has enough time to cook.

Other Air Fryer Recipes to Try

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Natalya founded Momsdish to demonstrate that placing a homemade meal on the table is not hard at all. Natalya makes cooking easier and approachable, by simplifying the ingredients, while still producing the same great taste.