Instant Pot Chicken Wings – Instapot Recipe!

Today I am writing with a HUGE grin on my face. I finally hopped on the Instapot bandwagon over Cyber Monday and I’m having so much fun! I’ve made a few recipes already and then decided to jump in and see what I could do on my own! I’ve taken my baked chicken wings recipe and reduced the 4 hour cook time to less than 30 minutes! I think you will love these Instant Pot Chicken Wings!

Learn how to make instapot chicken wings. My Instant Pot chicken wings recipe bakes in amazing flavor and is on the table in under 30 minutes

Have you jumped on board with an Instapot yet? I love it because I’m saving a lot of time and money! I would say the best thing about it is taking more inexpensive cuts of meat and being able to make them tender, and do it quickly. I really can’t afford the finer cuts of beef so I have a lot of roasts and what not to cook. I tend to put it off because I either need to pull out the smoker or the crockpot which can be a bit of a pain. I’m going to give it a few months, but I might get rid of the crockpot since the Instapot is also a slowcooker!

On to the chicken wings! I made these Instant Pot Chicken wings on kind of a whim. I love wings, but they can take a long time to make. I never fry them, I prefer mine coated with spices instead. Pressure cooking the wings does am amazing job at getting the spices into the meat. My long and slow cooking method makes a nice crust of spices, but I could really taste the spice IN the meat, which was awesome! We literally stood at the stove and ate all the wings standing up! They were finger licking good, I kid you not!

Instant Pot Chicken Wings

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Instant Pot Chicken Wings

Prep

Cook

Total

Yield 12 wings

Get out your instapot, for these simple, quick and flavorful chicken wings!

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a shallow dish mix the spices together
  2. Roll each wing in the spices gently, the spice don't need to cover the whole wing
  3. In your instapot- add 1 cup of water
  4. Add a steamer basket to the bottom of your instapot 
  5. Add your wings to the steamer basket. They can touch but should not be on top of each other. Instead I turned my on their ends to fit the 12
  6. Close and lock the lid. Make sure the pot is set to sealing. Hit Manual and set for 10 minutes at high pressure.
  7. When the pot has cooked for 10 minutes at high pressure, carefully with a pan holder or some hand protection vent the pot. 
  8. Once the pot has come back to regular pressure open the lid and remove the wings to a baking sheet. Broil wings for 10 minutes for crispy skin. 
  9. Enjoy! 

Notes

Helpful Equipment: Instapot, Steamer Insert

 

Courses appetizer

Cuisine american

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 wing

Amount Per Serving

Calories 27

% Daily Value

Total Fat 2 g

3%

Protein 2 g

4%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Instant Pot Chicken Wings in Summery:

  • Prep and cook in under 30 minutes
  • Tender fall of the bone result
  • Totally customization of flavors, use your favorite spice, but don’t add more salt!

I hope you will give this Instant Pot chicken wings a try!

Cheers,

Heather

P.S. If your making food for a party I also recommend my caramelized onion dip! It’s a crowd favorite!

How to make a caramelized onion dip! My favorite dip for a party! Goes great with veggies, chips or crackers! Believe me I've dipped just about everything into this!

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