Air Fryer Chicken Wings With Spicy Teriyaki Sauce

IMG_0113This was the first time we made Wings in our Air Fryer and we weren’t disappointed. It took longer than the Air Fryer directions said but they turned out pretty good. I think next time I would probably bake them in the oven, only because the Air Fryer doesn’t hold that many wings at one time. We had to cook two batches for 15 wings. Had I baked them in the oven, I could have baked them all together at the same time. Now, if I only wanted to make about 4-8 wings, the Air Fryer is the way to go. This gadget would be a great gift for a single person or two people who don’t eat very much quantity. I made a homemade Teriyaki  Sauce with a medium kick. It was very good. If you don’t want a lot of heat, just leave out the pepper flakes. You can use my sauce recipe on baked or fried wings too. I cooked the wings and then rolled them in the sauce just before serving them.

The picture on the left is the wings when we took them out of the Air Fryer. The picture on the right is my homemade Spicy Teriyaki Sauce that I rolled the wings into before serving.

Air Fryer Chicken Wings With Spicy Teriyaki Sauce

Ingredients

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15 chicken wings

1/4 cup teriyaki sauce

1 Tbl Sriracha chili sauce

1/2 tsp pepper

1 Tbl honey

2 tsp sesame oil

1/2 tsp red pepper flakes

Directions

Cook the chicken wings according to the air fryer directions or until golden brown and cooked through. While they are cooking, prepare the sauce.

Sauce: In a medium pan over low heat, mix the rest of the ingredients. Stir until thoroughly mixed and warm. Roll wings in the sauce until they are covered with sauce on all sides.

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