Air Fryer Whole Chicken is so easy, and everyone in my house loves it. My favorite kitchen toy is an air fryer by far. As soon as we got it I was in love with it.
A year later we got another one. It is bigger with more settings such as baking, toasting and broiling together along with the initial air fryer function.
Now, this is not an air fryer review of any kind, but I really like this one in regards to how many functions it has.
However, I wouldn’t get this one again just because it is a bit too loud compared to my old one.
I’ve been wanting to make a whole chicken for a while now and since this air fryer is big enough, the chicken, that is around 4 pounds, fits easily.
So after marinating the chicken overnight in the fridge I finally had a chance to make it.
It took me around an hour and a half, turning two times around to get that crispy skin. It was worth it.
To be honest, I thought that it will be done much faster but at the same time, I didn’t want to risk cooking it at high temperatures.
It was low and slow, in a way, although for the first 30 minutes I air-fried it at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, then a for an hour it was cooked at 375 degrees.
This all depends on how big your chicken is. Make sure that the internal temperature is at least 165 degrees.
You must poke your meat thermometer at the thickest part of the chicken so it can read the most accurate temperature.
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