These vegetarian Air Fryer Stuffed Peppers will make dinner time a whole lot easier! They are an air fryer recipe that will have you coming back for seconds!
Air Fryer Stuffed Peppers
Welcome, if you came to this page looking for an easy vegetarian stuffed peppers recipe you are exactly in the right spot! We are going to talk about that here today!
Stuffed peppers is a delicious and pretty simple meal for you to put onto your table! There are literally several ways you can prepare vegetarian stuffed bell peppers!
Say what?! You can make stuffed bell peppers in the air fryer?
Yes, you can! It is so easy! Today, we are teaching you how to cook stuffed peppers in the air fryer.
What is an Air Fryer?
It is a countertop appliance that will soon win your heart over! It is basically a smaller (the inside of it) type of convection oven that moves very hot air around.
The circulating air cooks your food quickly and evenly. I am guessing that you have probably seen an air fryer infomercial or two!
While smaller inside than a convection oven, the outside is often typically the size of a toaster oven or slightly smaller. Many people buy air fryers to use when camping in their RV or even for cooking “stinky” foods (think air fryer broccoli) outside.
What can you actually cook in an Air Fryer?
The options of what you can cook in this amazing appliance are truly endless. You know I’m crazy over this hot air frying recipe, but we’ve also cooked tofu, potatoes, french fries, Brussel sprouts and more! Anything that your taste buds want to try straight out of this gadget, give it a go!
While we don’t eat meat in our family, that doesn’t mean that you can’t cook up some fried chicken, chicken tenders, or anything else beer battered or deep fried to that perfect golden brown that you love and that you want with ease in the air fryer basket.
The great part about cooking with an air fryer? The cook time is a breeze. Like literally no time…at all.
For us, we love to use our Power AirFryer XL Yes, so that makes all of our air fryer recipes, specifically power air fryer xl recipes! We also own a Cosori Air Fryer, which you can also buy on Amazon!
This Is Why I Love My Air Fryer
There are so many reasons I love my air fryer, these are the main ones.
- This kitchen gadget is easy to use, straight out of the box.
- There are endless recipes you can make!
- Cook times are faster than your conventional oven and often food is equally heated.
- The cook time of a recipe is the actual time, unlike waiting for the pressure to rise on your instant pot or your oven to preheat!
- It uses a lot less oil!
- You can easily adapt recipes you already!
Let me just admit it here, that I love my air fryer. I think it has become fairly clear over the past year or two that I LOVE this kitchen gadget.
It was originally a Christmas gift that my mom bought my husband and I. She always likes to get us things for our kitchen. One of her friends suggested this oil-less fryer! So off to Kohls she headed with her coupon and got us one!
While I’d read all the rave reviews about how amazing the air fryer truly was, I seriously had NO idea how much I’d really love it! From the moment I unwrapped the gift, my mind was already racing with everything that I couldn’t wait to cook in it.
Trust me when I say that if you’ve been on the fence about purchasing an air fryer, encourage yourself to go ahead and make that buy. Once you use it just ONE time, you’ll be wondering what took you so long to make that decision!
Honestly, at this point in time we couldn’t be more thankful we were gifted an air fryer. We love our air fryers. Yes, we do have MORE than one!
These air fryers have come staples in our home. Many people ask how we store them. We actually do not have a lot of counter space, so we keep them in our laundry room. (which is slowly turning into a second pantry!)
Side note: If you are in the market for an air fryer, I recently created a post about the best air fryers on the market. The post is based off of reviews from friends, family and online consumers! Be sure to check out the best air fryers on the market!
More Easy Air Fryer Recipes
Here are some more really easy recipes you can make in your air fryer.
- Air Fryer Baked Potatoes
- Air Fryer Risotto Balls
- Air Fryer Pickles
- Air Fryer French Toast
- Air Fryer Grilled Cheese
- Air Fryer Brussel Sprouts
If you love air fryer recipes, you need to check out our new site called AirFryerEats.com It has a variety of yummy and delicious air fryer recipes. The site features vegetarian, meat, gluten and gluten free items. You might want to check out: Frozen Foods for the Air Fryer, Air Fryer Pizza Rolls, Air Fryer Breakfast Recipes, Air Fryer Zucchini and Air Fryer Texas Toast.
Looking for vegan air fryer recipes? We have some of those too! You can even check out our YouTube channel for some air fryer videos.
Still don’t have an air fryer of your own? Be sure to check out our air fryer reviews from several of the top models out there. You’ll be whipping up free air fryer recipes in no time!
Want to learn more about Air Fryers? Check out our Air Fryer 101 post! Having an Air Fryer is great but may also mean that you have a ton of questions as well.
We have some great tips for using your air fryer! Be sure to check out our Common Air Fryer Mistakes post so you are avoiding common problems when using your air fryer.
How to clean your air fryer, that is the million-dollar question that we’ve been hearing lately! Wondering the correct and best way to clean your air fryer? Check out these tips for cleaning your airfryer!
What ingredients do you need to make Vegetarian Stuffed Peppers?
- Bell peppers
- Diced tomatoes
- Cooked rice
- Kidney beans
How to make Air Fryer Stuffed Peppers
Remove tops from bell peppers. Deseed and scoop them out. Take the tops (lids of bell peppers) and dice up.
Combine diced bell pepper tops, diced tomatoes (with juice), rice, beans and seasoning together.
Place mixture into scooped out bell peppers. Fill bell peppers almost to top with mixture.
Placed stuffed peppers into air fryer basket. Cook at 360 degrees F for 12 minutes. Remove from air fryer but keep in basket.
Top the air fryer stuffed peppers with cheese mixture and cook for another 3 minutes at 360 degrees F or until cheese is melted. ENJOY!
So you might be wondering how long to cook stuffed peppers, especially when it comes to the air fryer? We have got you covered in the recipe below! Check it out for specific times!
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More Stuffed Peppers Recipes
- Vegetarian Stuffed Peppers
- Spaghetti Stuffed Peppers
- Instant Pot Stuffed Peppers- dinner in a flash!
MORE YUMMY AIR FRYER RECIPES
- Air Fryer Turkey
- Air Fryer Asparagus
- Steak in the air fryer
- Air Fryer Brussels Sprouts
- Air Fryer Tater Tots
If you are new to air frying and you have some oven recipes that you would like to convert to air fryer recipes, we can help! Our sister site Air Fryer Eats, just launched an Air Fryer Calculator.
To use the air fryer convertor, simply enter your oven temp and time into the calculator and it will give you an estimated time and temp (in F or C) to start with when you use your air fryer!
Air Fryer Stuffed Peppers (Vegetarian)
- Remove tops from bell peppers. Deseed and scoop them out. Take the tops (lids of bell peppers) and dice up.
- Combine diced bell pepper tops, diced tomatoes (with juice), rice, beans and seasoning together.
- Place mixture into scooped out bell peppers. Fill bell peppers almost to top with mixture.
- Placed stuffed peppers into air fryer basket. Cook at 360 degrees F for 12 minutes. Remove from air fryer but keep in basket.
- Top the air fryer stuffed peppers with cheese mixture and cook for another 3 minutes at 360 degrees F or until cheese is melted. ENJOY!
All though this website attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, the information should only be considered an estimate. Varying factors such as different product types, different brands, etc. can change nutritional information. It is your responsibility as a consumer to read all labels to make sure the ingredients fit your dietary needs as well as calculate your own nutritional information as a double check.