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Air Fryer Chicken Wings

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Air Fryer WingsSince I’ve purchased my Ninja Foodi, I’ve been obsessed with learning new air fryer and instapot recipes. Wings are a favorite for everyone in my household so, after one day, we were all wondering how the wings would turn out using the air fryer setting. The results were just as we’d imagined- juicy chicken wings with crispy skin- no more having to send your wings back to the kitchen for being undercooked!

Tell me how you enjoy this air fryer recipe and I will be sure to add more to the blog. These wings will go great with barbeque sauce, my favorite- homemade buffalo sauce or even just by themselves! Don’t forget to tag me in your pictures!

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Air Fryer Chicken Wings
Juicy chicken wings with crispy skin made in your air fryer. No more having to send your wings back to the kitchen for being undercooked!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 16 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 16 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Prepare the chicken wings by allowing them to air dry for thirty minutes on enough dry paper towel to soak up a lot of the moisture. You can also pat dry them by hand to save time.
  2. Coat the chicken wings with the olive oil, garlic. onion, black pepper, and salt. Please note that you are always free to change up the seasonings or use what you have on hand. I like to alternate with lemon pepper or even cajun seasoning.
  3. Place chicken in the frying basket but leave a little space in between so that all parts of the chicken is cooked evenly. Air fry at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 8 to 9 minutes on each side. It should take 16 minutes, at least it did for me.
  4. Cook wings until they are crispy and brown and be sure to serve hot with your favorite sauce. If you are using a Ninja Foodi, I like to use the AirCrisp option for an extra crispy before or after causing. Enjoy and be sure to tag me in your pictures! I absolutely love seeing your results!
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