If you love crispy vegetable dumplings, forget pan frying...try air frying them instead! It's so easy to make your favorite frozen potstickers in the air fryer, and they're ready in around 10 minutes. Pair with your favorite dipping sauce for a tasty appetizer, snack or lunch.
Course Appetizer, lunch, Snack
Cuisine American, Chinese
Keyword air fryer, dumplings, potstickers, vegan, vegetarian
non-aerosol, propellant free avocado or olive oil spray
optional: dipping sauce such as soy sauce/tamari
If your air fryer has a separate elevated crisping tray or plate, be sure to insert it. Lightly grease the crisper plate or bottom of the air fryer basket with the avocado or olive oil spray.
Place potstickers in a single layer in the air fryer so that they are not overlapping. Lightly spray the tops of the potstickers with the avocado or olive oil spray.
Air fry at 350° F for 5 minutes. Carefully flip each dumpling using tongs. Continue to air fry for another 4-6 minutes.
Allow the dumplings to sit for about 2 minutes before eating as the filling will be hot.
Most vegetable potstickers are vegan-friendly; check ingredient labels if needed. I used Whole Foods brand.Keep the potstickers frozen until ready to use. Do not thaw.Be sure to use a non-aerosol, propellant-free oil spray to avoid damaging your air fryer's non-stick finish. You can also use a spritzer bottle and fill it with your own oil.Timing was based on a non-preheated air fryer. If you preheat your air fryer, cooking time will decrease by 1-3 minutes.The nutrition information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. Accuracy is not guaranteed. Information shown should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice. Oil to grease the air fryer was not included in the nutrition calculation nor was optional dipping sauce. Nutrition was calculated using Whole Foods brand vegetable potstickers.