This Air Fryer Pork Loin turns out tender and juicy on the inside, and nice and browned on the outside! Air Fryer Pork Loin only takes about 20 minutes, total! If you are trying to eat healthier for the New Year, this recipe is for you!
Spray air fryer basket or rack and tray of air fryer with cooking spray. (NOTE: My air fryer specifies to use cooking spray or olive oil. A reader pointed out that a lot of air fryers suggest NOT using any oil, so check your manufacturer's instructions!!)
Cook on air fry setting, at 400°F for 8-10 minutes on first side. Carefully remove from air fryer. Flip.
Return to air fryer and cook for 8-10 more minutes. Check internal temperature with meat thermometer. We cook ours to an internal temperature of 135°F. Then let rest 5-10 minutes.
If you would like to serve with roasted vegetables, while pork is resting, add cut up veggies, coated with no stick spray (and salt and pepper) to the rack of air fryer. Cook 5-8 minutes, depending on the size of your vegetable pieces, until tender and browned.
For boneless loin roast
Prepare as above.
Set air fryer to 400°F and preheat. Cook roast for 10-12 minutes on first side. Flip.
Continue to air fry another 10-12 minutes, if the outside is getting too brown, drape a piece of foil over top. Let rest for 5-10 minutes.
NOTE: USDA suggests all pork should be cooked to 145°F! Check temperature with a instant read meat thermometer.
This recipe works equally well for pork tenderloin and for a boneless pork loin roast.Notes: USDA recommends pork be cooked to 145°F. Check temperature with an instant read thermometer.Serve with air fried potatoes and vegetables.General Air Fryer Tips Air Fryers varyin wattage, and therefore in cooking times. This recipe is based using my Cuisinart TOA60. If your air fryer is different, carefully watch food the first time you make it, so that it doesn't burn.Preheating your air fryer will give you the best, crispiest result. Check your brand of air fryer user manual to see if preheating is recommended.Air fryers preheat in about 3-4 minutes.Use cooking spray or a fine mist sprayer to spray food prior to cooking, with the exception of baked goods.Don't overcrowd foods so air can circulate all around.Flip foods over half way through cooking.