Air Fryer Chicken Wings

Favourite & yummy Air Fryer Chicken Wings

A fantastic idea to lighten up your favourite game day snack is to try Air Fryer Chicken Wings. The most incredible chicken rub elevates this recipe for chicken wings to a whole new level. To please every guest, use multiple sauces, or your favourite wing sauce!

Serves four persons
Ten minutes for preparation

Cook for 20 minutes.
In all, thirty minutes
A fantastic idea to lighten up your favourite game day snack is to try Air Fryer Chicken Wings. Add some of your preferred wing sauce to this simple appetiser!

Ingredients For Air Fryer Chicken Wings

  1. Two tsp packed brown sugar
  2. Two tsp of kosher salt
  3. Two tsp of paprika
  4. Half a teaspoonful of cumin powder
  5. One tsp black pepper and one pinch cayenne pepper
  6. Three pounds of fresh or frozen chicken wings
  7. Wing Sauce (12 ounces)

Instructions For Air Fryer Chicken Wings

  1. Start your air fryer at 375 degrees. (Without an air fryer? Make Chicken Wings in the Crockpot.) Using a paper towel, pat the chicken dry.
  2. Brown sugar, kosher salt, cayenne pepper, ground cumin, paprika, and black pepper should all be combined in a small bowl. Apply a generous amount of spice rub to the chicken. (Note: The remainder of the recipe will still function as directed if you decide not to use the rub.)
  3. Cooking spray should be used within the air fryer basket.
  4. Make sure the chicken pieces in the air fryer’s basket are not in contact with one another. You might have to work in groups. Raising the drumettes in the basket is helpful. Cook for 15 to 20 minutes, or until the temperature reads 165 degrees on an instant-read thermometer. (Read about air fryer frozen wings.)
  5. Take them out of the air fryer and combine them with your preferred wing sauce.

Cooking Time of Air-Fried Chicken Wings

  • Depending on their size, your chicken wings will take different amounts of time to cook. Drumettes and smaller wings will be finished in less than fifteen minutes. It will take around twenty minutes for larger wings.
  • When cooking from frozen, little wings take about 18 minutes, while large wings and drumettes take closer to 22 minutes.
  • It will also take longer if you put in additional wings and drumsticks in your air fryer.
  • To be on the safe side, use an instant read thermometer to confirm that the largest wing or drumstick is 165 degrees.

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