Whip Out the Air Fryer- It's National Chicken Wing Day! #Recipe


Happy National Chicken Wing Day, friends! Today, I'll be making chicken wings for the first time in my life. I did some research and found a few different ways to make them, but I stumbled across this recipe from Natasha's Kitchen and decided that using our handy-dandy air fryer would make things a lot easier for this first time wing maker. 


Of course, I'll be doing things a little differently than the original recipe. I have this great Bad to the Bone seasoning mix that we got from our friends at The Spice Lab, which I'll be using instead of the garlic salt and lemon pepper. 

I'm feeling a little overwhelmed because I wasn't able to find a package of chicken in which the wings were already split (into drummettes and/or flats) which is supposed to save time and make things easier. Hopefully, it won't prove to be too much trouble. 

Ingredients:
Package of Chicken Wings 
Olive Oil
Bad to the Bone Seasoning Mix (or your favorite spice mix)



Directions:
Toss the (split) chicken wings with olive oil and sprinkle with your choice of seasoning. Place wings in the air fryer, with enough space in between that they are not touching. Cook for 8-10 minutes/side at 400­°, or until your wings are nice and crisp on the outside and 165° on the inside. 


I'll be sure to share how things went shortly after dinner time this evening. Be sure to keep an eye on the MBP Facebook Page for pictures. If you have a favorite wings recipe, please share it below!

Have a wonderful Wednesday! 









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