Grab your air fryer and make up a delicious batch of these easy Cajun air fryer chicken wings! Perfect recipe for your RV cooking lineup – so simple to make and minimal prep time.
Easy RV Cooking
When we travel in our RV, we cook most of our meals versus getting takeout. There are so many easy and delicious ways to prepare campground meals! Sometimes we cook over an open campfire, other times we get out our Coleman Road Trip Grill. Burgers, ribs, etc are all quick and easy BBQ meal options for the grill. We cook meals in our Instant Pot and slow cooker. We also love cooking snacks and meals in our air fryer.
RV Air Fryer Cooking
Do you have an air fryer in your RV? Well if you don’t, you just might want to consider adding one. There are so many great and easy air fryer recipes. We love cooking with an air fryer in our camper because it’s a quick, consistent cooking method. The mess is also typically minimal with just the air fryer basket to clean afterwards.
Chicken wings are a popular and tasty food that can be made in a variety of flavors (seriously, the sky is the limit). They make a great snack but also work as a lunch or dinner entree.
The air fryer is a wonderful, much healthier alternative cooking method to a deep fryer (which uses oil). Air fryers are oil-less and literally cook the food with circulated hot air.
One of our very favorite RV recipes are these Cajun air fryer chicken wings! Give them a try – SO easy!
Easy Cajun Air Fryer Chicken Wings
Easy Cajun Air Fryer Chicken Wings Recipe
- air fryer
- 80 oz uncooked chicken wings thawed
- Cajun seasoning (we used Kingsford brand)
- Arrange chicken wings on a cutting board and use a paper towel to pat them dry.
- Once the wings are as dry as you can get them, sprinkle the chicken with Cajun seasoning. (The drier the wings, the crispier they'll get in the air fryer!)
- Place the wings on your air fryer basket and cook at 380 F for 25-30 minutes. Larger wings might take more time to cook. If your wings are still pink inside after 30 minutes, continue cooking at 5 minute interval until fully cooked.
- After the initial cook time, turn the heat up to 400 F and continue to cook for 5 more minutes (or until the skin is crispy).
- Serve with ranch or blue cheese dressing on the side!
Let us know if you give these wings a try and, if so, how you like them!
What are your favorite recipes to make in your RV?