These wings are about to become your new go-to, whether you’re hosting a large gathering or having a few buddies around to watch a football game.
Tips for Air Fryer Chicken Wings
Which air fryer is the best for Chicken Wings?
Air fryers are available in two distinct styles. The first is a toaster oven with a small oven door, such as the Cuisinart one, the Farberware model my sister owns, or the pricey Breville model.
The second type is a slide-in drawer/basket air fryer, such as those made by Phillips, Gourmia, or Nuwave. The Cuisinart toaster oven-style air fryer is our favorite because it can hold more food and performs a number of tasks, and it replaced our old toaster oven because it air fries, bakes, broils, and toasts.
What is better to use fresh or frozen chicken wings in the air fryer?
You should prefer to prepare wings that are either fresh or thawed. Defrosting frozen chicken in cold water takes only a few hours. However, air frying them from frozen only takes 6-10 minutes longer if you’re only using a pound of wings.
What’s an excellent chicken wing side dish?
These crispy chicken wings pair well with a wide range of dishes. Serve with celery sticks and blue cheese or ranch dressing made from scratch. Serve them with a good side dish, such as macaroni and cheese, if you want.
- Chicken wings: 800 g
- 4 tbsp soya sauce
- 1tbsp hot sauce
- 2 tbsp ginger and garlic paste
- 1tbsp sweet chilli sauce
- 1tbsp ketchup
- 1tbsp sesame seed
- 1 tbsp oyster sauce
- 1tsp honey
- 1tbsp olive oil
- Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl and add chicken wings. Mix well so that all the chicken wings are coated well.
- Spray the basket for your air fryer with some olive oil and put chicken wings in the basket.
- Cook at 190 degrees for 12 min, turning once in between.