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Chili-Ranch Chicken Wings

Prep Time

5 minutes

Cook Time

20 minutes

Servings

4

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Ninja<sup>®</sup> Foodi<sup>®</sup> 6.5-qt. | The Pressure Cooker <cdbr/><cmbr/>that Crisps™ | Air Fryer (OP302)

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Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 cup hot pepper sauce
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 2 pounds frozen uncooked chicken wings
  • 1/2 envelope (1 ounce) ranch dressing mix
  • 1/2 teaspoon paprika
  • Nonstick cooking spray

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Instructions

APPROX. PRESSURE BUILD: 6 MINUTES
PRESSURE RELEASE: QUICK


  1. Pour water, hot pepper sauce, butter, and vinegar into the pot. Place wings in the Cook & Crisp Basket and place basket in the pot.
  2. Assemble pressure lid, making sure the pressure release valve is in the SEAL position. Select PRESSURE and set to HIGH. Set time to 5 minutes. Select START/STOP to begin.
  3. When pressure cooking is complete, quick release the pressure by moving the pressure release valve to the VENT position. Carefully remove lid when unit has finished releasing pressure.
  4. Sprinkle wings with dressing mix and paprika, then coat with cooking spray.
  5. Close crisping lid. Select AIR CRISP, set temperature to 375°F, and set time to 15 minutes. Select START/STOP to begin.
  6. After 7 minutes, open lid, then lift basket and shake wings. Lower basket back into pot and close lid to resume cooking until wings reach your desired level of crispiness.
  7. When cooking is complete, serve wings immediately.

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