These air-fried chicken wings are a super simple but delicious recipe that you can have ready and on the table within minutes. I made air-fried chicken wings with three different delicious flavors. These wings are packed with so many flavors and not to mention the variety. Let’s go ahead and make the best air-fried chicken wings.
How do I air fry wings?
The number one thing you want to remember when air frying chicken wings is to make sure you are not overcrowding the air fryer. If you overcrowd the air fryer. Your wings will not cook the correct way. Also, as a result of overcrowding the air fryer, the wings will not become crispy
What are the ingredients for these air-fried chicken wings?
Firstly, this recipe calls for three different flavors of air-fried chicken wings. The three flavors are pineapple honey wings, Buffalo wings, and honey bbq wings. The ingredients for these wings are as follows:
Pineapple Honey wings
Honey Air Fried Wings
Honey BBQ sauce
Buffalo Air Fried Wings
Frank’s Red Hot
Air Fried Wings Seasoning
How to make the best air fryer chicken wings?
The first thing to do is to grab up all your ingredients. Next, wash and clean your chicken. Secondly, thoroughly pat your chicken dry. You want to make sure your chicken is dry so that the seasonings will stick. Thirdly, add all your seasonings to your chicken and mix everything together well.
Lastly, if you have a preheat button on your air fryer, allow your air fryer to preheat. After, your fryer has preheated. Place your chicken wings in your air fryer. Make sure you don’t overcrowd the pan. Allow the chicken wings to cook for 10 minutes at 380 degrees. Once the 10 minutes is up flip the chicken on the other side and allow that side to cook for 10 minutes. The wings should be done. If you would like the wings crispier just allow them to cook a little longer. Make sure to continue to check on them.
What can I pair these air fryer chicken wings with?
**Tips on cooking in air fryer**
Never overcrowd your chicken wings
Preheat your air fryer
I hope you guys enjoyed this recipe. Until, next time folks.
Last Updated on November 10, 2023 by Ronalyn Alston | Published: February 12, 2022
February 12, 2022