Airfried Chicken Wings
Probably one of the best inventions of the 21st century, that is, the humble air fryer. It doesn’t fry air, don’t be mistaken. Instead it uses hot air to fry. Now we know when we say something’s full of hot air, it is usually quite useless, but that can’t be said of the air fryer.
This product is just one short of magical. Hot air it seems can be used to fry stuff, not just to fly stuff (think: hot air balloons). How does that work? Honestly I don’t know, I could guess how it works, but I don’t really care.
I am only interested to know how it fries my chicken wings to a beautiful crispy golden brown.
The air fryer that my wife bought was the smaller one of the two sizes offered by Philips. At first I thought, “what a cumbersome way to cook!?” but when I tried it, it worked like a charm. Beautiful to say the least.
So if you wanna try making chicken wings another way, then maybe the air fryer is for you.
6 pcs Chicken Wings
1. Place the chicken wings in a mixture of corn flour and shao xing hua tiao jiu and light soy sauce. This marinate can be prepared in a ziplock bag.
2. Once chicken wings are coated, place them in tray of air fryer. Turn on 8 minutes at 160 degrees. Then after that is done, turn over the wings and turn it on at 200 degrees for another 8 minutes. That should result in a crispy and nicely browned chicken wings.