Need a quick and easy dinner on the fly? With just 3 ingredients, you’ll have a finger-licking chicken dinner in less than 30 minutes! Use our Ribriffic seasoning to bring the taste of Wildwood to your kitchen. This recipe is great for chicken lovers who are looking to spice up their tried-and-true chicken recipes with something fun and different.
Chef Jim loves this 25-minute air fryer chicken meal and uses it as a go-to weeknight dinner for his busy family. This air fryer chicken recipe is so easy, you might even be able to talk your kids into cooking for once. (Just kidding, we know how that goes!)
Feeling adventurous? Check out our homemade white BBQ sauce recipe below. It’s the perfect complement to this air fryer chicken dish.
Air Fryer Chicken
10 pack of chicken legs (or thighs)
3 tablespoons of Wildwood’s RibRiffic seasoning
¼ cup of olive oil
- Pre-heat your air fryer to 375 degrees.
- In a large bowl, rinse chicken legs in cold water and drain.
- Pat the chicken legs dry with paper towels.
- Add olive oil and Ribriffic seasoning.
- Mix well to coat.
- Arrange the legs in your air fryer with a little space between them.
- Cook for 8 minutes and then turn over and cook for another 8 minutes.
- The legs are done once they reach an internal temperature of 165 degrees.
You can serve these naked (haha) or with any sauce of your choosing. Speaking of sauce, Chef Jim’s homemade white BBQ sauce has been a big hit. You should try it!
White Q Sauce
1 cup mayonnaise
¾ cups distilled vinegar
1 tablespoon black pepper
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
The juice from 1 lemon, squeezed
A dash or 3 of Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon of Wildwood’s Ghost Pepper seasoning
Simply mix and enjoy!
We know you can’t come out to Wildwood or pick-up takeout every night, but with our seasonings and rubs – you can take us home with you. Watch our blog for more recipes from Chef Jim, updates about what’s new, and special events. Pick up Wildwood’s RibRiffic seasoning at either Wildwood location, Fareway in Byron, or Energy Products & Design in Rochester.