Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Air Fryer Crispy Chicken Wing Recipe

 My air fryer crispy chicken wing recipe and method reviewed

Air Fryer Crispy Chicken Wing Recipe

Everybody in our family likes crispy chicken wings. I have never quite mastered crispy wings until I made them in our Ninja Foodi Grill and Air Fryer. So, if you like your chicken wings crispy this is the way to do it.

We had a crowd the day we made these so I used a 5-pound bag of chicken wings. Normally I would do about 2-pounds.

How I prepared the chicken wings:

one gallon zip lock bags
2 tablespoons olive oil per bag
3 to 4 tablespoons baking powder per bag


Seasoning:

1 teaspoon smoked paprika
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 teaspoon brown sugar

All of the above ingredients are per one bag of 15 or 20 wings. The first thing I did was, rinse the wings with cold water and pat them dry with a paper towel.

You can really use any already made chicken seasoning, just add a generous amount to each bag. Place the wings in a zip lock bag, add all the ingredients and mix well. Set the bags in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes.

I sprayed the air fry pan with non-stick cooking spray. Then, I set the air fry temperature to 390 degrees and the timer for 22 minutes. When the air fryer was preheated I added the wings, fitting about 12 to 15 wings in the pan. After 11 minutes I turned the wings over for the remaining 11 minutes.

Preparing the hot sauce:

1 stick of butter (melted)

Mix this together well in a large bowl. If you really like your wings hot add a dash of cayenne pepper. For me, the hot wing sauce is hot enough. Toss the crispy wings in the sauce and enjoy.

Air Fryer Crispy Chicken Wings

These crispy wings are perfect anytime for a snack or party. Your family and friends will love these air fryer wings.


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13 comments:

  1. Sounds like a wonderful and easy meal to prepare! The men in my life love chicken wings. I tried preparing some in the oven. They were okay, but not as "crispy" as we would have liked. Each time you share one of your air fryer recipes, I am more tempted to buy an air fryer.

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    1. Cynthia, If you haven't tried using baking powder, give it a try. The baking powder helps take moisture out of the skin. Season your wings and use baking powder in a zip lock bag. Then, bake in your oven. time to buy an air fryer!! You won't be sorry!!

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  2. Sounds like a wonderful recipe and the air fryer makes everything easier!! I got an air fryer last year and use it for something most every day. It is a wonderful way to cook...especially in the bad weather times when I can't use my grill. Thanks for the recipe.

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    1. For sure Mary Beth, we love using our air fryer. Our is a combination grill and air fry so we also love using the grill.

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  3. Sam, this looks like such an easy, flavorful “finger food” recipe! I plan to share this with my in-laws, who love chicken wings.

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    1. Anything in the air fryer is easy and wonderful. I sure hope your in-laws try them and like them.

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  4. Oh sounds so delicious! I will have to look into getting an air fryer. I still don’t have one!

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    1. Well then, it sounds like it time to buy an air fryer. I'm sure you will be very happy with one, Thanks.

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  5. Thank you Sam for a wonderful and easy recipe for chicken wings. I'm sure that they would be a great party or late night snack that doesn't take forever to prepare. Chicken wings are always a favorite in this house!

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    1. They do do make a perfect snack Olivia and are really easy to make.

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  6. Sounds absolutely delicious - so hungry right now and this photo is sending me over the edge, lol. I'll save this one for sure, thank you.

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    1. Glad you like them Barbara. Every time I look at this photo I want to make another batch.

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  7. These look wonderful! Thank you or the tip using baking powder. I'll be trying that soon.

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