We’ve seen a world of “interesting” creations concocted in the air fryer. But this one takes the cake, or should I say the sausage.

Only a few days ago, we shared a recipe for air fryer cinammon scrolls and there’s also the air fryer banana cake, which has proved very popular amongst our MoM’s.

But we’re not too sure about this latest air fryer creation – it’s certainly sparked quite the stir.

Crunchy Sausage

A Kmart air fryer fan has shared her recipe for Pork Crackle Wrapped Kranksy on a popular air fryer social media group.

The home cook, Shay, posted that she used her $69 Kmart sir fryer to create this controversial dish.

It’s quite straight forward really and simply involves wrapping a kransky sausage in pork rind before popping it into the air fryer to crisp up.

kransky pork crackling
Pic Via Facebook

Thumbs UP Or DOWN?

The unusual combination sent members of the Share Kmart Air Fryer Recipes Australia group into quite a tizzy.

Many couldn’t wait to hit the shops to buy the two crucial ingredients.

“It’s a game changer!” exclaimed one.

“How good does that look?” added another.

You Won’t Get Served This In Hospital

Others focused on the health factor…or in this case – the unhealthy factor, calling it a “Holy heart attack!”

“Do we send flowers or just make a donation to the Heart Foundation in your name?” one quipped.

Another said that this recipe is a “heart attack waiting to happen”.

“I’m having a cardiac arrest just looking at it,” joked someone else.

Give It A Go!

But there hundreds that were keen to give the creation a try.

“So bad but so good … will give it a shot!” was the overall sentiment.

If you are keen to re-create Shay’s Kransky Stuffed Pork Crackle, check out what you need below.

kransky crackle
How To Make Kransky Crackle / Pic Via Facebook

How To Make Kransky Wrapped In Pork Crackle


  • Pork rind
  • Salt
  • Kransky
  • Cooking String


  • Lightly spray the pork rind with oil and rub with a bit of salt.
  • Cut a few lengths of cooking string
  • Roll the rind around the Kransky and then use the string to secure the rind to the sausage.
  • Place in the air fryer at 200C for 20 minutes
  • Turn the sausage over and cook for an additional 10 minutes at 200C
  • Get ready to crunch your sausage.

Would you be keen to try this air fryer creation? Tell us in the comments below.

  • Wouldn’t really be interested in trying this but each to their own!


  • My arteries!


  • No thank you!


  • Ummmm…. not for me. Hubby would probably love it though. I love crackle but ill leave it on my roast pork.


  • I put bacon in it and it means it is easier to clean than the fry pan.


  • I would never have thought about putting those two things together but I do like them both so it will be interesting to see what it tastes like… if I had an air fryer!


  • That sounds like a heart attack but sounds delicious!


  • Hmm I think this might be a little too adventurous for me… how do people even come up with these ideas lol


  • Looks gross to me, but than I’m a vegetarian

    • I even wouldn’t like to make it in my air fryer for some one else as my air fryer would be contaminated ;)


  • I don’t think this is for me, thanks.


  • Wow some people are so talented in coming up with new ideas


  • Isn’t eat this hehe


  • I love pork crackling but I honestly don’t like the sound of this. I would just prefer the crackling by itself


  • I love pork crackle but I don’t like kransky so will give this recipe a miss.


  • I don’t own a air fryer but would like to get one I do like pork crackle though and would definatley try this in a Air Fryer if I had one.


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