JL’s The Vegan Air Fryer and Cheesy Potato Wedges (recipe below).

Welcome to our video review of JL Field’s new cookbook, The Vegan Air Fryer! If you didn’t already know, we love our air fryers, so this is a fitting kick-off/inaugural review for us. We’re also super pleased to share a recipe from this book with you, along with a chance for you to win your own copy!


We reviewed The Vegan Air Fryer from a vegan & gluten-free perspective, and made several dishes, tweaking a couple along the way to adapt them as necessary. The Vegan Air Fryer is super gluten-free friendly; out of 80 total recipes, we counted at least 60 recipes that were already gluten-free, or could be made so with easy adaptions.

If you’re more of an inventive cook, there are even more possibilities, if you’re willing to play around with flour subs (we didn’t want to futz too much in our review, but will definitely give some a whirl in the future).


General Tso’s Soy Curls made refined-sugar free with coconut sugar.

What we made: General Tso’s Soy Curls, Vegan Wings, and Air Fried Sushi.

What we still want to cook, there are lots! But specifically: Cheesy Potato Wedges (recipe below), Tofu Bacon Wraps, Barbecue Potato Chips, Jalapeño Poppers, Spicy Mac ‘n’ Cheese Balls, Baked Spaghetti, and Soy Curl Kimchee Spring Rolls.

We tucked both versions of the Soy Curls we made into Air Fried Sushi with delicious results!

The Vegan Air Fryer is a great book if you’re new to veganism or air-frying, or both. The recipes make simple and tasty comfort food, and the book gives a good, uncomplicated foundation on how to use different air fryer models.


Vegan Wings made gluten-free with Butler Soy Curls.
Print Recipe
The Vegan Air Fryer: Cheesy Potato Wedges
Votes: 0
Rating: 0
Rate this recipe!
Try these potato wedges if you love potato skins but want that potato, too. This is a great side dish and also a fun recipe to make for game day noshing.

(From The Vegan Air Fryer, copyright © 2017 by JL Fields. Used by permission. Photo by Michelle Donner.)
4 Servings
Cheese Sauce
Cheese Sauce
4 Servings
  1. Preheat the air fryer to 400°F for 3 minutes. Wash the potatoes. Cut the potatoes in half lengthwise and transfer them to a large bowl. Add the oil, salt, pepper, and garlic powder to the potatoes. Toss to coat. Transfer the potatoes to the air fryer. Cook for 16 minutes, shaking halfway through the cooking time.
Cheese Sauce
  1. Combine the cashews, turmeric, paprika, nutritional yeast, and lemon juice in a high-speed blender. Blend on low, slowly increasing the speed and adding water as needed. Be careful to avoid using too much water, as you want a thick, cheesy consistency.
  2. Transfer the cooked potatoes to an air fryer–safe pan or a piece of parchment paper. Drizzle the cheese sauce over the potato wedges. Place the pan in the air fryer and cook for 2 more minutes at 400°F.
Recipe Notes

No-Oil Option: Omit the olive oil.

Here’s the giveaway! Vegan Heritage Press is offering a free copy of The Vegan Air Fryer to one of our U.S. readers. To be eligible to win, please leave a comment on this post with an easy way to reach you. All eligible comments must be posted by July 26th, 10 PM PST. Good luck!


Congratulations to the winners of our giveaways!

Codie Surratt–won JL’s Vegan Air Fryer
Star Athena–won our Bagel Fatory e-book.
Thanks for participating!

Get posts via email. | Follow with Bloglovin’. | Join our Facebook community group.

Disclosure: some of the links in the above post may be Amazon Affiliate links. This means if you click on a link and purchase items on Amazon, we’ll receive a small affiliate commission.

In addition, we received a free copy and/or product in today’s review, from the publisher and/or company. We were not required to write a positive review. The opinions we have expressed are our own, and we only recommend cookbooks and/or products we personally love and believe will add value to our readers. Thank you for your support! ♥♥

xo Julie & Kittee

  • 5
  • 1
  • 0