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Air Fryer Green Beans Fries

Air fryer green beans with parmesan are a great snack or side dish with any meal. Crispy and crunchy vegetables covered in Panko bread crumbs and seasoning. 

air fryer green bean fries

Made a batch of air fryer green bean fries before? We made these parmesan air fryer green beans the other day and boy were they amazing! Talk about a healthy snack with a TON of flavor. Try this easy air fryer recipe this week. (originally published 12/19, affiliate links present)

It doesn’t matter what brand you have, this will work well and you’ll love every bite I tell you.

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We used to make fried green beans with tempura batter, and I will admit we still love them that way!

BUT if you’re looking for a healthier way to make these, try this recipe!

keto green bean fries

Air fryer green beans fries

  1. Panko breadcrumbs
    1. here is a gluten free version
  2. Eggs
  3. Flour
    1. gluten free flour
  4. Fresh green beans
  5. Parmesan cheese
  6. Seasonings
    1. garlic salt
    2. pepper
    3. salt
    4. anything else you like

You will also need 3 small plates with lips so you can dredge, dip, and coat the outsides of your vegetables. Bowls could be used I guess but I left the beans long and thought it was easier this way.

Note: I haven’t used the gluten free alternatives but assume they’d work well for this and our air fried okra recipe.

low carb breading

This part is a bit time consuming as you’ll need to coat each piece with flour, then dredge into the egg, and lastly press the bread crumbs before cooking.

I made about 1/2 lb. of these and it took about 15 minutes to prep. Since I was using my large air fryer I was able to cook them all at once which was nice.

  • If you have a traditional size with a drawer you’d need to make a few batches. They’re best to enjoy fresh so take that into consideration.
  • I had them for lunch with a side of ranch dressing and they were wonderful!

Do you need to cut off the ends of green beans?

Yes, you’ll need to nip the tips off each end of the beans after rinsing them. You can line them up and with a knife cut the ends off. For best results, make sure they’re young, fresh, and snap when you break one in half.

  • If they are a bit older and stringy you will need to cut the ends off one at a time with your fingers.
air fried green beans

Can you eat green beans raw?

Some people say yes, they are safe to eat raw. Others say that they can be toxic. Truth is, string beans are indeed safe to eat raw, fresh or frozen after you have properly washed them.

You can call it al dente I suppose, but since it is hot air cooking them they will not get as soft as they are canned or boiled.

  • Personally I like the texture this way. By the time the parmesan breading is nice and brown the inside will still be a bit on the crunchy side.

If you’ve had The Habit fried green beans, these are different because those are submerged and fried in hot oil thus they’re softer inside.

fried green beans recipe

Air fryer fried green beans recipe

These are really pretty incredible snacks. With the combination of shredded parmesan cheese and lots of seasonings, there’s NO lack of flavor.

What is the most popular dipping sauce?

  • Bbq sauce is on the top of the list, but probably not great for these
  • Ranch dressing is perfect for these!
  • Ketchup might be a fave for some, mainly kids
  • Garlic aioli I love on just about everything
  • Fry sauce is served with EVERYTHING around here.

These are definitely one of our favorite air fryer appetizers or snacks. If you have picky eaters at home, try these with your kids! You might be surprised.

air fryer green beans

Here are the super easy steps to follow:

Time needed: 15 minutes.

Air Fryer Green Beans

  1. Prepare

    Rinse and trim beans – use fresh, do not use frozen green beans that have been defrosted.

    Mix Panko with garlic powder, salt and pepper and any other seasonings you’d like.

    Whisk eggs on another plate, and put flour on a 3rd plate.

  2. Coat beans

    Roll beans in flour, shake off excess. Dredge in egg, allow excess to fall off. Bury it then in your bread crumb mixture and press so it sticks well.

  3. Cook

    Place prepared beans in the air fryer basket. Close and set to 400 degrees for a 6-9 minute cooking time varies depending on how brown you like your crispy green beans

    This whole process should take just under 30 minutes from start to finish. Enjoy immediately for best taste!

After you’re done enjoying these, try our Ninja Foodi french fries or air fryer carrot fries. You can make the best homemade french fries in your oven too if you want.

air fryer french fries

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Air Fryer Green Bean Fries

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Air Fryer Green Beans

Air fryer green beans with parmesan are a great snack or side dish with any meal. Crispy and crunchy vegetables covered in Panko bread crumbs and seasoning.
Course Appetizer, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword air fryer, green beans, keto, low carb, parmesan
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Servings 12
Calories 88kcal
Author The Typical Mom

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Wash and trim ends off green beans. On one plate mix together flour, garlic salt, salt and pepper.
  • On a 2nd plate mix together Panko and parmesan cheese. On a 3rd plate with a lip whisk together your eggs.
  • One by one dip rinsed (a bit wet on the outside still) green beans into flour mixture to coat. Shake off excess, then dip into egg mixture, and then cover with Panko mixture well. Press down on bean so last coating sticks well.
  • Place coated beans into air fryer basket or racks.
  • Once full and beans are NOT overlapping set to 400 degrees for 6-9 minutes. Timing will vary depending on whether you have multiple racks going or have a smaller basket. Get nice and brown on outside and then allow them to sit inside air fryer for 3-5 minutes to continue to soften bean a bit once they're as crispy as you'd like them.
  • Remove that batch and start with another in your air fryer.
  • Serve with ranch dressing for dipping sauce.

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Nutrition Facts
Air Fryer Green Beans
Amount Per Serving (1 oz)
Calories 88 Calories from Fat 36
% Daily Value*
Fat 4g6%
Saturated Fat 2g13%
Cholesterol 34mg11%
Sodium 699mg30%
Potassium 107mg3%
Carbohydrates 10g3%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 1g1%
Protein 4g8%
Vitamin A 300IU6%
Vitamin C 3mg4%
Calcium 68mg7%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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