Crispy Chicken Wings Cooked in The Air Fryer

Chicken wings cooked in an air fryer to perfection are the greatest! They are finger-licking good—crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and slathered in homemade buffalo sauce!


These are fantastic as an appetizer; pair them with some of my other favorites for a restaurant-quality dinner that is guaranteed to impress everyone. Try the best and simplest hush puppies, crispy onion rings, and crispy parmesan-fried zucchini.


CHICKEN WINGS


Air-Fried Wings


It's brilliant to cook chicken wings in an air fryer! It's the ideal method for getting very crispy wings without frying. The outside of baked wings never seems to get that lovely and crunchy without drying out the interior. Now, you can have both a delicate, juicy interior and a crispy exterior while cutting baking time in half! You're going to adore these, without a doubt.


Now, when game time arrives, fry up a few of these in your air fryer, and you will win MVP honors! They will be ideal for any occasion, including meals! Just be ready to cook multiple batches because they are so delicious! Offer celery and a side of homemade ranch or famous fry sauce with them.


Chicken Wing - INGREDIENTS


This recipe for a surefire hit only calls for basic ingredients. Visit your neighborhood grocery store to pick up your preferred buffalo sauce. These can also be made with frozen chicken wings; simply extend the cooking time by 5-7 minutes or thaw the wings first.


  • Chicken wings: I advise purchasing chicken wings that have already been divided into drumettes and wingettes. You can get whole chicken wings, but you'll have to prepare them on your own.
  • Olive oil: To ensure that the seasonings adhere to the wings, throw them in oil.
  • Garlic powder: Adds a delicate flavor.
  • Paprika: Adds flavor and color.
  • Add salt and pepper to taste.


Ingredients for Honey Buffalo Sauce


  • Buffalo Sauce: Choose the buffalo sauce that you prefer.
  • Honey: This will help lessen the fiery kick from the buffalo and offer a little amount of sweetness.
  • Worcestershire Sauce: Is fantastic because it adds a hint of savory flavor.


Using an Air Fryer to Prepare Chicken Wings


These are incredibly simple and quick to prepare using an air fryer. Keep in mind not to overpack your air fryer. The wings can be prepared in batches if necessary. This will aid in cooking the wings uniformly. To get them nice and crispy, turn these around halfway through cooking.


Prepare: heating element to 400 degrees. Add the chicken wings to a medium bowl and season with salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder, and olive oil.


Cook: Spread out evenly in the basket of your air fryer. For 8 minutes, cook. The wings should be done after at least 8 minutes of cooking after flipping.


Preparation of The Buffalo Sauce


Combine: In a small bowl, combine the Worcestershire, honey, and buffalo sauce. Rub a glaze over the wings' tops.



The Best Ways to Make Wings Crispy


These wings are unquestionably worthy of a restaurant. I guarantee that this will become your go-to method for obtaining your fix of wings. They are just so simple to prepare when you use the Air Fryer. It's time to join the Air Fryer bandwagon if you haven't already.


  • As was already explained, there are two ways to purchase wings. The drumette and the wingette are available whole or "trimmed" or "broken" down into pieces. These should obviously be prepared in portions rather than full. Although the complete wings are less expensive, they need a lot of work to disassemble. For the task to already be completed, it is worth paying a little bit more.
  • Dry: To make the wings even crispier, pat them dry before applying the oil and spice. Any surplus water will be removed, speeding up the cooking process and preventing them from steaming. Even while they'll still be cooked, they won't be as crispy. To help them dehydrate, blot them dry with paper towels or even store them in the refrigerator uncovered before seasoning.
  • Turn it up: In the final 2-3 minutes of cooking, turn the air fryer up 20 degrees if you want your wings to be super crisp, almost charred.
  • Line the sides of the air fryer with chicken wings that are standing straight up. If you need to squeeze them all in, this little tip will come in handy. It gets them all in without changing how they are cooked. I'll admit that I haven't used this trick yet, but after hearing about it, I'm eager to do so the next time I make these.


Additional Ideas for Outstanding Chicken Wings


Making these wings will change your life, especially if you adore wings. Making anything that has the term "crisp" in it, such as Crispy Garlic Sweet Potato Fries or Crispy Parmesan Garlic Chicken, is simply delicious. Yummy!



  • Can I Cook Chicken Wings in the Oven instead of an Air Fryer? Yes, without a doubt! They will take longer, and you might not get the same results. The chicken wings should be baked at 425 degrees for 35 to 45 minutes, or until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees. At the halfway point of baking, turn the chicken.
  • Variations: You can easily change this recipe to suit your preferences. Although it's fantastic just the way it is, you should try experimenting with other sauces and seasonings.
  • How will I know when the cooking is done? Place a meat thermometer within the wing's thickest area. The temperature should read 165 degrees Fahrenheit.


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