Air Fryers are all a little different and I recommend taking a peek at your bacon a couple minutes before they’re done just to make sure they are not burning. I like to use a low temperature so the bacon is all cooked without burning. The first time I tried cooking bacon in the air fryer I used 400° and the bacon came out with burned edges and large raw spots. Through trial and error, I finally concluded that for our taste, bacon that is just ever so lightly crisp and a little chewy, 320° for 12 minutes was just right.
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