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Reheating Egg Rolls in the Air Fryer

Reheating egg rolls in the air fryer will get crispy results every time. Say goodbye to the days of letting leftovers go to waste — and hello to perfectly heated egg rolls!

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Reheated egg rolls in an air fryer basket

Is there anything an air fryer can’t do? Not much, in my opinion! I’ve got a ton of air fryer recipes up on the blog — from baking and roasting to sautéing and broiling. But, did you know that you can also reheat food in your air fryer? Yes, it is possible, and it works like a charm.

It’s the best way to reheat foods like steak, fried chicken, pizza…the list could go on and on! It pains me to toss out leftovers, and I’m really big on preventing food waste. Reheating in the air fryer is a great solution, and I very rarely throw food away these days.

Reheating egg rolls in the air fryer involves only a few steps: all you need to do is preheat your air fryer, add the egg rolls to the basket, and heat. It really is that easy, and I’m going to teach you exactly how to reheat egg rolls in air fryer!

Air Fryer I recommend: Large, easy to clean, square basket, burner on top and bottom. Click to see it.

How to Reheat Egg Rolls in Air Fryer

STEP ONE: Preheat your air fryer to 350 degrees F.

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STEP TWO: Arrange the egg rolls in a single layer in the air fryer basket — you can reheat them in batches if necessary. It’s always better not to crowd the basket.

STEP THREE: Reheat the egg rolls for 1-3 minutes, depending on the size. Remove from the air fryer when they’re nice and crispy!

Close up of reheated egg rolls

What’s the Best Way to Reheat Egg Rolls?

The best way to reheat egg rolls is in your air fryer! Trust me on this — fried foods like fries and egg rolls do really well in this handy kitchen tool. That said, it’s not the only way to reheat egg rolls! I’ve compiled this list that you can refer to when in doubt.

Air Fryer

My personal favorite is reheating egg rolls in the air fryer! It works by circulating dry, hot air, which means you’ll get crispy results on the outside, and a perfectly heated center.

Oven

Using your oven will also give you crispy egg rolls, but it will take a lot more time. You’ll have to wait for the oven to preheat (which takes a lot longer than an air fryer), and you could end up with really hard, tough-to-chew results.

Microwave

Ah, the classic reheating machine: the microwave. That said, it’s not a good idea to nuke foods that are meant to be crispy. Your microwave will essentially “steam” the egg rolls which will make them go soggy.

Skillet

I don’t recommend using your skillet. You could end up burning the outside, only to find that the inside is still cold.

The votes are in…reheating egg rolls in the air fryer is the clear winner!

How Long Should You Reheat Egg Rolls in Air Fryer?

Again, it depends on the size of the egg rolls! If they are on the smaller side, it shouldn’t take more than 1-2 minutes to reheat egg rolls in air fryer. If they are bigger, it could take up to 4 minutes. Pretty fast either way, if you ask me!

Close up of egg rolls in the air fryer to reheat

How Do You Reheat Egg Rolls So They’re Crispy?

The best option is reheating egg rolls in the air fryer! You’ll get crunchy and crispy egg rolls every time — no more soggy results.

You’ll also want to be careful not to overcrowd the air fryer basket. That hot and dry air I mentioned needs to be able to fully circulate around all sides of the food in order for it to reheat correctly.

Can You Reheat Cooked Egg Rolls?

Absolutely! Leftover egg rolls will keep for 3-4 days when properly stored in the fridge.

You can reheat egg rolls in air fryer safely if you use them within those few days without having to stress about foodborne illnesses.

How Do You Reheat Food in an Air Fryer Without it Drying Out?

Here are my tips for how to reheat egg rolls in air fryer without them drying out:

  • Don’t overcrowd the basket
  • Don’t overheat them — 1-4 minutes is enough
  • Spray a bit of air-fryer-safe oil on the egg rolls if they look a little dry
  • Keep an eye on the egg rolls so they don’t burn
  • Let the egg rolls rest for a few minutes before digging in

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Yield: 5 Servings

Reheating Egg Rolls in the Air Fryer

Reheated egg rolls in an air fryer basket

Learn how to reheat egg rolls in the air fryer without drying them out, so you can enjoy that perfectly crispy texture once again!

Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 2 minutes

Ingredients

  • 5 Egg Rolls - cooked and refrigerated

Instructions

  1. Preheat your air fryer to 350 degrees F.
  2. Arrange the egg rolls in a single layer in the air fryer basket — you can reheat them in batches if necessary. It’s always better not to crowd the basket.
  3. Reheat the egg rolls for 1-3 minutes, depending on the size.
  4. Remove from the air fryer when they’re nice and crispy!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

5

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 223Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 14mgSodium: 417mgCarbohydrates: 24gFiber: 2gSugar: 0gProtein: 7g

This nutrition information is based on the exact products I used in this recipe. Brands and sizes of products could alter exact nutrition and should always be calculated independently.

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