Air Fried Chicken! We made delicious air fried chicken in our new Philips Airfryer XXL!! Air fried chicken, made using no oil at all!
This post is sponsored by Philips.
We’re just a few days away from summer break and the kids and I cannot wait. We love venturing out to the farmer’s market on Saturdays, picking up fresh, seasonal produce, walking around and just enjoying the sunshine.
As a mother, it’s really important for me to put healthy, fresh foods on the dinner table. I truly believe children develop their eating habits at a young age so I want to expose my kids to different cuisines, all kinds of fruits and vegetables and new foods as much as possible.
Our weeknights are super busy so anytime I can have some help in getting a healthy dinner on the table faster, I am on board.
The other night, the girls wanted to throw a dinner party for me and my husband. They came up with a fabulous menu and helped with a lot of the work. They wanted to make chicken fingers, and it was my job to make this in the healthiest way possible without sacrificing taste. Easily enough, we let the Philips Airfryer XXL do all of the work.
We’ve been cooking with our Philips Airfryer XXL and we love it. I can’t believe I can make crispy, delicious air fried chicken for my family using no oil at all! This is a healthy alternative to oil-frying, because it’s lower in fat, but it still gives us that crispy taste that we look for in fried food. It’s also big and spacious so I can make enough for my entire family and cleanup is so easy!
Philips Airfryer XXL
Healthier: The Philips Airfryer XXL is the healthiest way to fry, removing up to 90% of the fat*! By combining a 1725W powerful heater and motor with their patented Twin TurboStar technology, the hot air swirls fast, like a tornado – throughout the entire cooking basket. While the food is cooking excess fat from the food is removed and captured in the fat reducer at the bottom. Simply pour it out once cooking is complete.
*Compared to fresh fries prepared in a conventional deep fryer
Double the Size: The Philips Airfryer XXL is their biggest Airfryer. The XXL family size feeds up to a family of 6 and fits a whole 3lb chicken!
Convenient: The easy clean basket saves time and reduces additional cleanup. Plus, it’s 4 times faster than an oven* and there’s no preheat necessary, which I love! You can literally have a delicious meal on the table for your family in under 15 minutes!
*Compared to cooking meat/pork chops, 6 pcs (1.7lbs) in a standard oven
We’ve been experimenting with all sorts of veggie sticks in the airfryer and having so much fun! And my family loves it! I love to serve my veggie sticks with my green goddess avocado sauce and we’re trying avocado and zucchini fries next! We can’t wait!
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Air Fried Chicken
- 4 to 6 chicken breasts cut into strips
- 6 eggs
- salt and pepper
- 1 heaping teaspoon smoked paprika
- 4 cups panko
- Using a medium sized bowl, mix together the eggs, season with salt and pepper and mix in the smoked paprika. Place the panko into a medium sized bowl as well.
- Taking a chicken strip, one at a time, place chicken into egg mixture and then into the panko mixture until coated nicely on both sides. Repeat with all remaining chicken.
- Place chicken into the Philips Airfryer XXL (I fit about 6 strips of chicken at one time). Close the drawer. Set the Philips Airfryer XXL to 400 degrees and twist the timer to 12 minutes. Repeat until all of the chicken is cooked.
- Serve with a light salad and enjoy!
Click here for my green goddess avocado sauce recipe and watch the video above for the tomato and cucumber salad recipe.