Air Fryer Chicken Drumsticks
I am the cook, my husband is the grill man. With his work hours, it is sometimes hard to get family dinner to the table on time and still have the taste of a grilled entree.
The Air Fryer has been incredibly helpful to this dilemma. It is healthy. It is quick and easy. It is all done from my kitchen counter. If you want the lovely taste of fried chicken but don’t want all the fat associated with it, these easy air fryer chicken legs are you solution. Only 3 ingredients and you can have your air fryer drumsticks cooked in 40 minutes time. Insert. Cook. Walk away.
Ingredients for Chicken Drumsticks
These incredibly easy Air Fryer Italian Drumsticks only have three ingredients.
Chicken Drumsticks Ingredients:
6 Drumsticks Italian Seasoning Packet 1 Stick Butter (Melted) – Follow this melting butter trick in our Backing Hacks and Tips.
We recommend you have Italian Seasoning as a staple in your kitchen pantry. This one is frugal friendly. As a guide, use two tablespoons of Italian seasoning dry mix in place of one packet of Italian seasoning mix.
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Print Air Fryer Chicken Drumsticks Author: Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living Print Pin Ingredients 6 Drumsticks Italian Seasoning Packet 1 Stick Butter (Melted) Instructions Dry your drumsticks by patting them down with a paper towel. Brush each drumstick with butter. Without overcrowding, carefully place the chicken drumsticks in air fryer basket. Cook at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. Remove from air fryer and coat the chicken drumsticks in more butter. Sprinkle with Italian seasoning. Return your drumsticks back to air fryer for another 10 minutes. Take out and enjoy! Did you make this recipe?
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Recipe Card powered by How to Cook Chicken Drumsticks in the Air Fryer
It is very easy to cook chicken drumsticks in the air fryer. Get the fried taste, but with the health benefits of an air fryer!
Air Fried Chicken Drumsticks Directions:
Before you begin, dry your drumsticks by patting them down with a paper towel.
Next, brush each drumstick with butter. You will not use all the butter.
Without overcrowding, carefully place the chicken drumsticks in air fryer basket.
Cook at 375 degrees for 30 minutes.
Remove your chicken drumsticks from air fryer and coat each in more butter.
Sprinkle with Italian seasoning.
Finally, return drumsticks to the air fryer for another 10 minutes.
Take out and enjoy!
Note: The safe internal temperature for cooked chicken drumsticks is 165° Fahrenheit.
Air Fryer Accessories
If you are just getting started with this kitchen gadget, take a look at these top 7 Air Fryer Accessories to get you started.
First, take a look at this Air Fryer Accessories Kit which includes 16 pieces including a cake barrel, pizza pan, skewers rack, egg molds, recipe cook book, oil brush, magnetic cheat sheet, air fryer liners and more.
Instead of the Air Fryer Accessories Set, you could get the following pieces individually.
Air Fryer Rack Air Fryer Liners
Not included in the kit, is a Mandoline Slicer which is ideal for quickly slicing vegetables. Slice vegetables fry so well into chips!
You will want an Olive Oil Sprayer and Heat Resistant Kitchen Tongs.
Also make sure you pick up our Air Fryer Cheat Sheet as your constant companion.
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