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Air Fryer Teriyaki BBQ Chicken Wings

Air Fryer Teriyaki BBQ Chicken Wings

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Air fryer Teriyaki BBQ Chicken Wings go great with your favorite dipping sauce.  Since, these wings are not fried they are much healthier for you and your family.  Also, we use Perdue Farms proteins which are fresh, free-range, taste good and are organic. 


  • 2 pounds chicken wings, rinsed, patted dry (BUY HERE)
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil


    •  1/2 Cup BBQ Sauce, Plus More As Desired (We Use Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce)
    • 2 tbsp canola oil
    • 1/3 tsp minced fresh garlic or 1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
    • 1 tbsp Honey or Molasses
    • 1 tbsp Teriyaki Sauce
    • Red Pepper Flakes, as desired
    • Mix all ingredients in a bowl, set aside
  1. Place the chicken wings in a large bowl and toss in canola oil
  2. Insert crisper basket in unit. Select Air Crisp, set temperature to 390 degrees, and set time to 26 minutes
  3. To begin preheating, select the Start/Stop Button
  4. Ninja® 4-in-1 Indoor Grill with 4-Quart Air Fryerswill beep several times to signify it has preheated, place wings in basket, spreading out evenly
  5. Close hood and cook for 12 minutes.  The panel will countdown.
  6. After 12 minutes, stir wings with rubber-tipped tongs.  Close hood and cook for another 12 minutes
  7. After 10 minutes, brush the BBQ sauce on the wings cook for another 2 minutes- remove wings from basket. For addition crispness, cook wing up to an addition 2 minutes
  8. When cooking is complete, transfer wings to a serving bowl.  For best results, Serve Immediately

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