Prosciutto Wrapped Air Fryer Pork Loin
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This juicy, flavorful Prosciutto Wrapped Air Fryer Pork Loin comes together in about 30 minutes, with a handful of ingredients and your trusty air fryer. The perfect weeknight meal, this pork tenderloin roast is great served alongside rice or mashed potatoes, and your favorite veggies!
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Delicious, juicy Prosciutto Wrapped Air Fryer Pork Loin- ready in 30 minutes!
This air fried pork loin is a great twist on classic roast pork, without the hassle (and heat) of the oven. With a quick and easy dry rub and a crust of crispy, flavor-packed prosciutto slices, this juicy pork is a welcome main dish any night of the week.
What you’ll need to make the air fried pork loin
To make this simple and tasty Air Fryer Pork Loin recipe, you will need:
- A boneless pork loin. You want to aim for one in the 1-2 lb range.
- Olive oil.
- Brown sugar. Light or dark, both work!
- Smoked paprika, aka my favorite spice.
- Salt and pepper.
- Garlic powder.
- A package of thinly sliced prosciutto.
Prepping the pork loin
To get the pork ready to cook, you’ll first rub it with a bit of olive oil. Next, you’ll make a quick spice rub, and generously coat the pork, rubbing it in to make sure every inch of the pork is coated.
Right before cooking, wrap the pork loin with slices of prosciutto, starting at one end and overlapping as necessary until the pork is totally covered. Tuck the prosciutto slices underneath the pork, and place the loin seam side down into the air fryer basket.
Cooking the pork tenderloin in the air fryer
Once your pork loin is ready to go, you’ll cook it for 20-25 minutes, or until the pork registers 160 degrees in the center. You’ll want to flip the pork loin over halfway through cooking to ensure all sides are crispy.
Resting the Pork Loin
As hard as it is to resist cutting right into the pork loin, you’ll need to let it rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing into it after it cooks. This will allow the juices to redistribute in the pork, for a juicy, tender piece of pork.
Slicing the air fryer pork loin roast
To slice and serve, I like to make cuts about 2″ thick width-wise across the pork loin roast, being careful to hold the prosciutto taught so that it does not tear. Be sure to use a sharp knife!
What to serve with the air fryer pork loin roast
This air fryer pork tenderloin is a great main dish for any of night of the week. Whether it’s for family, date night, or dinner guests- this air fried pork loin is always a crowd pleaser. Below are a few of my favorite side dishes to go along with this succulent main dish:
- Air Fryer Baby Carrots
- Prosciutto Burrata Salad
- Air Fryer Cheesy Smashed Potatoes
- Skillet Mac and Cheese
- Creamy Mushroom Orzo
- Butter Lettuce Salad with Dion Dressing
- Scalloped Sweet Potatoes with Rosemary
- Microwave Chipotle Mashed Sweet Potatoes
- Bacon Brussels Sprout Skillet
- Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese
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Prosciutto Wrapped Air Fryer Pork Loin
- air fryer
- 1 1-2 lb boneless pork loin
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 tbsp brown sugar
- 1 tsp smoked paprika
- 1/2 tsp each salt and pepper
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 4 oz thinly sliced prosciutto
- 1. Rub pork loin generously with olive oil. 2. Mix together brown sugar, smoked paprika, salt, pepper and garlic powder in a small bowl with a fork until well combined. 3. Coat pork in spice rub and wrap with slices of prosciutto, starting at one end and overlapping as necessary until pork loin is covered, Tuck prosciutto underneath, and place pork loin prosciutto seam side down into the air fryer basket. 4. Cook at 380 degrees for 25-30 minutes, flipping halfway through. Pork should register 160 degrees when ready. The larger the pork loin, the longer the cook time. 5. Once pork is fully cooked, remove from air fryer and allow to rest for 5-10 minutes on a board or plate before slicing.
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