Easy Air Fryer Quorn Roast with Sweet Potato
This roast with sweet potato and mixed vegetables is a quick and easy take on the classic Sunday Roast, the perfect for roast dinner for students or couples. It uses an air fryer to cut down on cooking time and save on putting the oven on.
You can also swap out the sweet potato for roasties or mash. Top tip: you can use the Quorn Roast leftovers in a sandwich the next day or freeze these for up to 1 month after cooking.
Recipe by @veggielucy_
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A Little Effort
- ½ a Quorn Roast
- 2 sweet potatoes
- ½ cabbage
- ½ head of broccoli
- 1 red onion
- 2 medium carrots
- 100g green beans
- 3 tsp of gravy granules
- Pierce the film around the Quorn Roast, but do not remove, leaving metal end clips in place. Put into the air fryer at 180°C for around 40 mins until piping hot throughout.
- After 30 minutes, add in the broccoli, carrots and red onion.
- At the same time add the cabbage and green beans into a pan of boiling water.
- Wash and pierce your sweet potato and microwave for 6-10 mins (or until it is soft) carefully slice open and add to your plate.
- Make the gravy using the gravy granules and remaining boiling water from the vegetables, mix until smooth.
- Serve up and enjoy!
Recipe by @veggielucy_
The cooking time may need to increase based on the size of your air fryer, so increase as needed.
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A temperature guide would help
Not a clue given as to what setting to use for the Quorn roast. This recipe is useless.
Response from Quorn
Hi Kris, thank you for your feedback! We've added the cooking times to this recipe, we suggest cooking the Quorn Roast at 180°C for 40 mins or until piping hot throughout :) Enjoy!
Love this recipe! Cooking the Roast worked perfectly in my air fryer and meant I didn't need to put the oven on!!
Loved this sweet potato Roast as a change to classic roasties! Thanks Quorn
I cooked my roast in tin foil after removing the film (it also happened to be defrosted) I chucked the veggies in at the start as cooking time reduced considerably. Doing it this way I can use a smidgen of oil to help keep it moist and add seasoning or herbs. I’ve found in the past that cooking the roast in the pierced film leaves it on the dry side. Amazingly this worked out so well - no dried up roast and it was all cooked super quickly, Buying an air fryer to roast the quorn, veggies, tofu has been a game changer for our house. I have also tried the recipe where you spread the roast with tomato chutney, roast a garlic bulb and veggies in the same way - just reduce the heat depending on your fryer. A crowd pleaser.
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