These Easy Air Fryer Brats can be made from fresh or frozen and have that amazing grilled flavor. You will love these because they cook very quickly! I like to add onions and beer for a little flavor, but feel free to use your own favorite flavors and pairing.
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How to Cook Brats in the Air Fryer
- Place parchment paper on the air fryer basket.
- Add the sausages.
- Air fry!
Air Fryer Temperature
I recommend 360 degrees.
How Long to Cook/Cook Time
Air Fryer Parchment Paper
Be sure to use parchment paper. I get mine on Amazon. That makes it safe to cook sausage in the air fryer. It soaks up the excess grease and will help keep the air fryer from smoking.
No you can’t use standard parchment paper. The paper needs to be breathable.
Frozen brats will still cook pretty fast. Add 2-3 minutes of cook time.
More Air Fryer Recipes
Easy Air Fryer Brats
- 5 raw and uncooked brats links
- Cook for 10-12 minutes on 370 degrees. Ensure the brats reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees. Use a meat thermometer. You can also flip halfway through. I did not.
- Cool before serving.