5 Best Samsung Air Fryer Oven Recipes to Try Today

If you recently upgraded your range to one with an air fryer option, congratulations!  You’re going to love it. But, if this is your first one, your most immediate question is probably what to make. Don’t worry, we’ve got the best Samsung air fryer oven recipes for you to try.

One of the best things about the Samsung air fryer oven is that it has all the space of your traditional range oven, but with the air fry function. What this means is that you have a lot of space for larger foods and bigger batches than you would in a countertop unit.

Samsung 6 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel Air Fryer Oven

If you don’t have a Samsung, or just want some more range air fryer options, check out our list of the best LG air fryer oven recipes for some other ideas!

Now, let’s talk about some great recipes to really showcase what your Samsung appliance can do!

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1. Samsung Air Fryer Oven Chicken Wings

These Samsung air fryer oven chicken wings are the perfect starter. They come out crispy on the outside, while being juicy and perfectly cooked inside.

Since it’s a full size range, you can easily fit two dozen (or more) wings in there at once!  That’s a great way to feed the whole family, or to be the superstar when it comes to game day. Feed the whole crew with little effort!

All you need is a little oil, salt, and pepper. Well, and don’t forget the wings. In 30-40 minutes (depending on wing size) you’ll have perfectly crispy chicken wings.

Toss them in your favorite sauce, or split and toss in multiple sauces for a crowd. I love a classic buffalo, but you can go with barbecue, garlic parmesan, sweet chili, ranch, lemon pepper, or any other flavor you love.

Throw in a batch of air fryer potato skins to serve as a side and make it a meal!  I mean, what else could be more appropriate for your game day snacking anyway?

Then, get the full recipe for Samsung air fryer oven chicken wings here.

2. Air Fryer Shrimp Boil

An air fryer shrimp boil is a perfect recipe for your Samsung air fryer oven. This recipe features the classic combo of corn, potatoes, andouille sausage, and of course shrimp! However, you can also add different seafoods, vegetables, and even seasonings to suit your tastes.

The nice thing about having all that rack space in the oven is that you can fit all these different foods in at once. That allows you to scale up to feed the whole family instead of getting one portion at a time in a standard basket air fryer.

If you pre-cook your potatoes and corn ahead of time, you’ll be able to get the boil air fried and on the table in under 10 minutes. Now that’s an easy weeknight dinner!

If you have an air fryer with a basket, you can always try to get a jumpstart by cooking a frozen seafood boil in the air fryer. I found these shrimp to be incredibly tender when cooked!

Serve alongside some crispy air fryer frozen hush puppies for the perfect side to round out your meal.

Then, get the full recipe for air fryer shrimp boil that’s perfect for your Samsung air fryer oven here.

3. Air Fryer Range Breakfast Potatoes

Start your morning with these tasty air fryer breakfast potatoes, easily made in your Samsung air fryer oven.

With some simple seasonings, these potatoes are incredibly versatile.  Eat them on their own, stuff them in breakfast tacos or burritos, or even in a bowl!

It only takes about 20 minutes to make them, and you can batch cook enough for quick breakfasts the entire week.

This recipe also works great with different seasonings and potato types, so feel free to make some savory sides for dinner as well.

Since the trays are so wide, you can even cook two things at once for a complete meal.  Put some air fryer kielbasa alongside the potatoes for a simple dinner. Alternatively, pop in some air fryer frozen french toast sticks for a quick breakfast!

You can just calculate the time and add the other food item when appropriate so everything finishes together. It’s so convenient!

To get your spud on, get the full recipe for air fryer range potatoes that are perfect for your Samsung air fryer oven here

4. Samsung Oven Air Fryer Turkey

Your holiday game just got a lot stronger.  The Samsung air fryer oven is perfect for cooking a whole turkey.  Now that’s something you just can’t do in a basket fryer!

It takes far less time than traditionally roasting a turkey in the oven, at only about 3 hours for a 20 pound bird.  That’s the perfect amount of time for you to prep your sides and get ready for guests!

I also find that the texture is much better when you air fry versus roast. You’ll end up with crispier skin and a more juicy turkey this way! Plus, there’s not the whole danger of lighting the house on fire that you get with deep frying, with a similar result.

You’re not limited to turkey either!  Since it’s a full sized range, you could also air fry chickens, ducks, or whatever else you want to try out.

Pair with a simple side of air fryer brussel sprouts with bacon and mashed potatoes for a complete meal.

Then, defrost your bird and get the full instructions for Samsung oven air fryer turkey here

5. Air Fryer Bacon

If you ever cooked bacon in your oven before, you know it’s a great alternative to the stovetop (with way less splattering!).  

Thanks to the air fryer, though, you can cut the cook time down to 10-15 minutes to get super crispy bacon!

The wide racks make it perfect for cooking an entire package of bacon at once. Plus, you’ll actually succeed at getting it to lay flat in strips.  That’s something I can’t do on the stove or in a basket fryer!

Whether you’re doing bacon for breakfast or using it in another dish for other meals, your Samsung air fryer oven is the perfect way to prepare it.

If you’re counting calories and trying to stick to that resolution, you’ll be happy to know it also makes great air fryer turkey bacon as an alternative option!

It doesn’t just end with bacon, either. You can use it for hot dogs, brats, hamburgers, and more as well. Never be bummed by a rained out barbecue again – just bring it indoors!

Get the full recipe for air fryer bacon that you can cook perfectly in your Samsung air fryer oven here.

Samsung Air Fryer Oven Cooking FAQs

Do You Need Special Pans for a Samsung Air Fryer Oven?

The only special pan you need for a Samsung air fryer oven is the air frying tray that fits into their rack slots.

Aside from that, you’ll just want any oven-safe baking sheet that fits for catching drips, and any other traditional oven-safe dishes you may want to use with it.

How Long to Air Fry French Fries in a Samsung Oven?

Frozen french fries should take 10-15 minutes to air fry in a Samsung oven. For fresh cut fries, the time will be around 30 minutes.

Both can vary slightly depending on the thickness of your fries and the types of potatoes used.

Can I Air Fry in My Samsung Convection Oven?

You can only air fry in your Samsung convection oven if it has an air fry setting. You’ll find this either as a button on the control panel, or as a digital option that may be scrolled to using the knob.

If you do not have the air fry function, then you cannot air fry with your model of oven.

How Long to Air Fry Chicken Tenders in a Samsung Oven?

Air fry chicken tenders for approximately 10-15 minutes at 400°F in a Samsung oven.  Flip the tenders halfway through cooking to promote even crisping.

Tenders are done when a thermometer reads at least 165°F in the center.

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In Conclusion

Your Samsung air fryer oven is great at cooking a variety of different foods, and I hope my list of the best recipes to try first gets you started!

It’s the perfect appliance for cooking in batches, making it ideal for entertaining. Appetizers and holiday meals are no match for this versatile oven.

That also means it’s easy to cook multiple things side by side, so you can get your main course and side dishes cooking at the same time for easy dinners that are entirely air fried!

I love what this air fryer oven can do, and I know you will, too. Happy cooking!

Katie Vine