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How To Cook Frozen Fish Filets In Airfryer

Frozen Fish in Air Fryer (Breaded Fish Filets) (3 Servings)


  • One lb. froze breaded fish filets (4-inches long by 2-inches wide by ¼-½ inches thick)
  • One medium lemon, quartered

For quick tartar sauce (optional dipping sauce)


  1. Arrange the frozen fish fillets in one layer on an air fryer tray. If you’re using the same number of filets as in this recipe, you should be able to fit all of them on a single tray. You also shouldn’t need to apply cooking spray if you’re using breaded fish with a lot of oil or fat.
  2. Place the tray containing the frozen filets in the air fryer’s top rack. This is the closest location to the heat source.
  3. Frozen fish should be air-fried at 350°F (175°C) for about 5 minutes. After that, turn the fish filets over and return the tray containing the fish to the top rack. Cook for another 7 minutes at 350°F (175°C) in the air fryer.
  4. Ensure your fish has achieved the safe minimum internal temperature of 145°F (63°C); verify this using a kitchen thermometer. If it hasn’t, continue the air frying process for a few minutes longer.
  5. While the fish is cooking, combine the mayonnaise and pickles to make a simple tartar sauce alternative.
  6. Zest the lemon juice over the fish before serving. Tartar sauce should be served on the side.

This recipe for air fryer frozen fish filets yields such delicious results, and it’s also quick, easy, and adaptable. Try it for a delicious and healthy meal option for you and your loved ones, but follow the appropriate cooking guidelines to guarantee the best possible results.

If you’d like to see more recipe ideas and inspiration for air fryer frozen fish filets, we recommend checking out this video recipe.


  • Considering your personal preferences and medical needs, this recipe might not suit you. If you need assistance establishing the right dietary pattern, talk to a certified dietitian or your doctor.
  • The nutritional information for your recipe will vary depending on the brands and products you use. Calorie info on food labels can be wildly wrong, so don’t worry about the figures.
  • Author: Bobby