Thicker slices will create a softer zucchini, thinner slices will crisp on the edges.
Regardless of desired thickness, make sure to cut zucchini slices all the same thickness for each batch. Uniform slices will make sure all your zucchini will cook at the same rate. Otherwise, some zucchini will burn will other slices won't be fully cooked.
Cooking times will vary depending on your air fryer, the thickness of your zucchini and your desired char. Second and third batches of zucchini will also likely cook faster because unit will be very hot. Bottom line: Keep a close eye on them and adjust time as you see fit.
If you are using a traditional air fryer, use a skillet on the stove for the saute step.
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All air fryers cook differently, so cooking times are always a basic guideline. Recipes should always be tested first in your own air fryer and time adjusted as needed.