Air Fryer Chicken Wings Recipe

Rating 5.0
| 2
This fast and easy air fryer chicken wings recipe makes crispy fried chicken without breading or deep frying. Juicy chicken is enveloped in a delicately crispy shell and coated with a spicy pepper sauce for a piquant kick.
Dinner
New American
6
ingredients
5
steps
35
minutes
Chef Laura is an entrepreneur, personal chef, culinary instructor and recipe developer who brings more than 15 years of professional culinary experience to the table. After graduating from culinary school in Denver, Chef Laura began teaching cooking classes at one of America's leading gourmet foods stores. Today, she owns her own business where she offers dinner parties and small event catering as well as cooking classes.

Ingredients

Servings:
4
1 lb
chicken wings, drums and flats separated
1 tblsp
vegetable oil
salt and pepper to taste
2-3 tblsp
cayenne pepper sauce
dill pickle chips, as garnish
white sandwich bread, as garnish

Directions 5 steps | 35 Minutes

Step 1

In a large mixing bowl, add the chicken, oil, salt and pepper. Toss to coat.

Step 2

Add the chicken to the air fryer basket, lining them up along the edge and filling the center.

Step 3

Set the air fryer to 360°F for 12 minutes. When the timer goes off, flip the chicken pieces with tongs and fry at 360°F for another 12 minutes.

Step 4

Flip the chicken in the basket again and fry for 9 minutes at 390°F. Move the chicken to a large mixing bowl and add the hot sauce. Toss to coat.

Step 5

Serve the wings hot with dill pickle chips and slices of bread. Enjoy!

Nutrition Per Serving
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CALORIES
249
FAT
18.5 g
PROTEIN
20 g
CARBS
0.4 g

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Sam N.

Sam

14 Jul 2022

Nice and healthier option to make chicken wings with an air fryer. Great recipe and beautiful pictures!

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Fred M.

Fred

13 Jul 2022

We have been looking to use our air fryer in different ways and this recipe is perfect for the whole family.

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