Recently we got an air fryer made by Faberware as a gift from my Uncle. I’ve heard good things about them but never really thought about getting one. Well, we got the fryer on Sunday and by the following Tuesday I have already ran about 8 loads of food through it and love it. My only complaint is that its size prohibits you from making enough food at once. The capacity was a bigger issue than originally thought. After I tested my idea for the air fried wings and needed to instantly make more!
The first original recipe I created was Air Fried Mexican Chicken Wings.
I tossed about a dozen small wings into the air fryer, coated them with olive oil spray and let them cook on 400 degrees for 5 or so minutes ( the timer on there isn’t the most exact thing).
While the chicken was cooking, I made Colin’s Taco Seasoning.
After the seasoning was made, I added minced garlic as well as a even covering of taco seasoning and sent the chicken back in to fry for another 20 minutes.
It came out delicious, perfectly crispy and clean up was easy. The house smelled great, not like oil, and we still got the authentic, going out to eat taste of a deep fryer.
I will certainly be making these again.
What you will need:
- 10-12 frozen chicken wings
- Colin’s Taco Seasoning
- Spray Olive Oil
- Farberware Air Fryer
- Minced Garlic
- About a half hour of time
- Open the fryer occasionally and quickly and shake the wings around. Helps cook evenly.
- You could season them with anything you want.