Pressure Cooker Chicken Wings - Recipe
Use a pressure cooker to make quick, fall-off-the-bone tender chicken wings, then finish them up in the broiler for crispy skin. Here is the recipe.
- 2-3 pounds chicken wings I used 3 pounds for this recipe
- 2-3 tablespoons preferred seasonings Use your favorites, or stay basic with salt, pepper and garlic
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- ½ cup chicken broth or water
- Hot sauce for serving I used a homemade pesto
Wash and pat dry the chicken wings. Set them into a large mixing bowl.
Add seasonings and olive oil. Rub the wings down good. Really work in those flavors.
Set them into the pressure cooker with the chicken broth or water. Set on HIGH PRESSURE for 9 minutes. It will probably take a bit of time for your pressure cooker to heat up.
After 9 minutes, carefully release the steam and remove the wings.
Set your oven to broil and broil the wings on baking sheets about 5-6 minutes, or bake at 425 degrees F. You can go a longer. The goal here is to crisp up the skins. Flip part way through.
Toss with your favorite hot sauce and serve! These are fall-off-the-bone!
Calories are calculated for 2 pounds of chicken wings, without the added sauce.
You may need additional time for your pressure cooker to heat up.