Instant Pot Hot Wings

 

Instant Pot Chicken Wings

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INSTANT POT DUO CRISP BUFFALO HOT WINGS from FROZEN PRESSURE COOKER & AIR FRYER CHICKEN WINGS

Video taken from the channel: John Sanders


 

Cripsy Wings In The Instant Pot

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INSTANT POT HOT WINGS | EASY WING SAUCE RECIPE | Melissa Cruz

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Instant Pot Chicken Wings

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Quick and easy Instant Pot Chicken Wings

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BUFFALO CHICKEN WINGS in the INSTANT POT and Frank’s Red HOT sauce electric pressure cooker keto?

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Instructions After the chicken wings have been trimmed and separated (if necessary), pat dry and place in a medium bowl. Sprinkle seasoned salt or garlic powder over wings and toss until covered. Place a trivet in the Instant Pot.

Place the seasoned wings in Instant Pot. Instructions Toss chicken wings with seasoned salt. Pour 1 cup water into inner pot of pressure cooker for a 6 quart Instant Pot and 1.5 cups of water into an 8 quart Place seasoned wings on the rack or in the steamer basket. Seal lid of the pressure cooker, being sure vent knob is. Directions Combine the hot pepper sauce, 1/2 cup butter, Worcestershire sauce, apple cider vinegar, oregano, smoked paprika, onion powder, and garlic powder in a saucepan set over a medium heat.

Heat until the mixture boils. Lower the heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Pour water with a touch of hot sauce into the Instant Pot, Mealthy MultiPot or Pressure Cooker cooking pot. Add wings to steamer basket.

Place basket into cooking pot. Lock on lid and close pressure valve. Directions Line 2 medium baking sheets with aluminum foil. In a large bowl, combine chicken wings with garlic powder and paprika Add 3/4 cup water to bottom of Instant Pot.

Place trivet inside pot and add wings. Pressure Cook Chicken Wings: Add 1 cup of water to the the pressure cooker pot. If using frozen chicken wings, make sure they are not frozen in a block of ice. You should be able to separate them.

Place the trivet with handles or steamer basket in the pot and stack the fresh or frozen wings directly. To cook frozen chicken wings: set the Instant Pot for twelve minutes. Keep in mind that it will also take slightly longer for your Instant Pot to come to pressure when using frozen meat. Frozen meat will lower the temperature in the pot. Place the wings in the bottom of the Instant Pot.

Add water and 1 cup of sauce. Secure lid, set your Instant Pot to manual, 10 minutes. When the 10.

When the wings are done pressure cooking, transfer them to a large bowl. Toss with hot sauce until well-coated. Place on the prepared baking rack, arranging in a single layer. Broil the wings until they start to blacken on top, about 5 minutes.

Season the chicken wings with the spice mix. Pour 1 cup of water or broth into the bottom of the instant pot. Place the trivet or steamer basket inside the pressure cooker.

Place the seasoned fresh or frozen chicken wings on the trivet or inside the steamer basket.

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Season the wings with the 1 teaspoon of salt and the ½ teaspoon of pepper and set aside.

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While the wings are hot, toss all of the cooked wings in the Spicy Miso Sauce mixture until well coated.

“Sara Moulton's Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better” by Sara Moulton
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Pat 6 or 7 wings dry, carefully lower into oil, and fry, stirring occasionally, until cooked through, golden, and crisp, 5 to 8 minutes.

“The Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 1000 Recipes” by Ruth Reichl, John Willoughby, Zanne Early Stewart
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Remove the chicken wings from the Instant Pot and add to the sauce; toss to coat the wings with the sauce.

“Keto Instant Pot: 130+ Healthy Low-Carb Recipes for Your Electric Pressure Cooker or Slow Cooker” by Maria Emmerich
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Add the chicken wings, flatter side down (don’t crowd the pan; if the wings don’t fit in one layer, use a second skillet), and cook, without disturbing, over medium-high heat until very crusty and brown, about 7 minutes.

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Toss the grilled wings with the sauce in the pan, or put the wing sauce in a big bowl and toss with the wings until fully coated.

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Add half of wings to hot oil and fry until golden, 10 to 15 minutes.

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To reheat, place the chicken wings on a rimmed baking sheet and heat in a preheated 400°F oven for 4 minutes, or until warmed.

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Brush the wings with some of the drippings, then carefully spoon out as much of the liquid as possible.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: Great hot wings should have juicy, tender meat and a crisp coating, both of which could be challenging (if not impossible) to achieve simultaneously in the slow cooker.

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  • You need to rename this video because you didn’t make crispy wings in the Intant Pot. You boiled them in the pot and made them “crispy” in the oven.

  • Im in Texas and cant find the Franks Hot Seasoning anywhere……. Danggumit!!! i was so excited, I guess I’ll never know………………….

  • Ok, Mr. Jelly…your Insta Pot pork loin rib recipe was a hit with my husband last night. Today for Super Bowl…I’m going in for a win for these wings. Will I be two for two? I have a feeling I’ll score big with hubby with this wing recipe. Thanks for the tips! I’m learning to use my new Insta Pot and your advice is really helping. New subbie here.��

  • Gave video a thumbs down for not showing him washing his hands, brushing his teeth in the morning, putting his seatbelt on when driving, paying his utility bills, and keeping his finger off the trigger when handling a firearm.

  • I love RedHot sauce,I put it on everything. Never thought bout this recipe for wings. I will have to try this! Thanks for sharing! I just got a instant pot to.

  • im new to the channel but decided to check out some instant pot stuff for my dad
    my one and only crit would be fixing the sound leveling(?) because its only on the left side rather than both speakers

    that aside, this is def a recipe to be trying in the future

  • Very good video. Had to hit both the like AND subscribe buttons even though you’re a dirty bird fan (Keep Pounding Carolina Panthers!). I’m just dabbling into the world of using my instant pot. This will be my go to recipe for Super Bowl Sunday. Keep em coming my friend!

  • Had good luck making these. Just a quick question, would like to give the skin a little more crunch, as the wings came out unbelievably tender (but delicious!). Would putting them in an airfryer help or could you suggest another method?

  • Do you need to increase the cook time if you increase the amount of wings? I couldn’t get fresh wings, but I got 2.5 lbs of frozen wigs with no seasoning.

  • Hi John so regarding what you said @ 8:00 about sitting there you should try using a kitchen timer, if your oven doesn’t have one. I even sometimes use a smartphone app that’s a multi-timer (it allows you to have multiple timers running concurrently at the same time) there are all kinds of them available online

  • I just made it, but after sauting it (I turned it off) I had to let it sit for one hour. I than cooked it for 10 minutes, once cooked, I depressurized it right away. I was hungry and didn’t bother broiling it. It was delicious. Thanks for this simple and easy recipe.

  • BaBaDee I think this was the first Instant Pot video I watched about a year ago. Today I feel like having some wings and thought to myself, ‘man I hope I can find that video from that easy-going dude that made it real simple. Lol!! Fortunately yours was the second video that came up on the YouTube search and I see that I had saved it to my playlist, too. Great job BaBaDee!

  • Love it!>>> t.co/KzuN0EunuA Great, flavorful, delicious food really FAST! The 8 Qt. size is perfect for making large amounts of soups. I chose this over the Cuisinart due to the larger size and the descriptive button options…more than just low, medium and high.

  • There’s a Whataburger Spicey Ketchup bottle in the cabinet, There he’s from Texas because that’s only available from HEB a Texas only grocery chain….

  • Just bought an instant pot, and cannot wait to try this recipe because the natural fat just melting off wings when you straight bake them is so smokey in the oven that it makes me just want to fry the things outside like I usually do when I want a wing, but this will definitely get me back into making a healthier wing without smoke fumes or frying oil. Simple. Easy!

  • Everything was going good TILL you picked that bottle of spice back up after turning those wings over shame on you! But really just kidding love the recipe can’t wait to try it.

  • He’s probably washed his hands several times he takes time off the camera. Anything for people to gripe about. I’m going to try this. Having an 18 yr old party tomorrow

  • chicken juice is everywhere in that kitchen. dude got it all iver the spice jawn. as well as the camera. wash your hands you joke.

  • I’m from Buffalo. You don’t steam a wing in Buffalo. He got the Franks right that’s all. Deep fry for 15 min with your deep fryer on high. Then mix in that bowl with 50 50 butter and Franks. Serve with blue cheese and celery. He didn’t even dip them in blue cheese. Dear God that was gross.

  • This recipe turned out great! This is the best recipe I have attempted for wings that are both healthy and crispy! Thanks for posting. ❤️

  • Thanks so much for this video!!!!…You are awesome Jelly007. This will be super bowl Sunday at our house…..no running to the wing place this year! I notice you didn’t season the wings with the dry rub like you did in your other video….is there a reason why?

  • Hey I like the way you did this video my oven broken right now could I just sautee it on the stove after I take it out of the instant pot?

  • I just bought an Instant Pot Viva, Ninja Foodi Grill, and Instant Pot Vortex Plus. After watching your videos, I’m convinced I have to get this soon too.

  • I got the duo crisp for Christmas from my wife. I have been wanting one for quite some time. When I saw the new one I told her I wanted it for Christmas. Tonight I tried your wing recipe and we were amazed at how good this thing works. I am going to try more of your recipes. Thanks

  • Thanks for your recipe. What is nice, I don’t have to thaw the chicken to make this. I assume the cooking times for the Instant pot you gave will also work for “drum sticks” or Chicken legs frozen?

  • Definitely misleading. Actually, she could thaw the wings (max. 20 minutes in cold water), season them a bit, add oil (Coconut, Olive, etc) to the pot and they would come out great Or… just after thawing and seasoning, oil them down and broil them in the oven. Do this often and they come out crispy too Never smokey, unless they burn;)

  • Made this tonight, husband loves it! So quick and easy, i put it in the oven for 15mins to get the skin extra crispy lol, definitely subscribing, Thank you!

  • Nice video.

    You should risk dirtying a saucepan and melting some butter, garlic (crushed cloves or powder), onion powder, tabasco sauce, crushed red pepper flakes, and adding enough Frank’s Hot Sauce to turn the butter to the “Buffalo orange” color. Adjust sauce by adding either butter or Frank’s. A little garlic powder and salt wouldn’t be lost on those wings before air-frying as well.

  • If your grease is hot and it is the right oil for deep frying, there is virtually no difference in health benefits. I could have deep fried those in 5 mins. with no dishes to wash. Probably good though but I am into saving time and saving labor on the dishes. Thanks for the vid I will try it,

  • Pros: Rendered fat and no smoking to get crispy.
    Cons: Should include that the crispy is from the oven. Also missing info on actual instant pot directions. She uses a Costco pressure cooker.
    P.S. Your title says Cripsy, not Crispy. Typo!

  • Title should say “Soggy wings in instant pot, crispy wings in oven”. You can get the same result by putting them straight in the oven. By the time the pot comes up to pressure, you wait for the pressure to release, and you transfer them to a pan to bake, they could have already been done by just putting them in the oven. Smh.

  • Just got the Duo Crisp, Watched several of your vids, been an avid cook most of my life. I like your style of taking your time to do the food Justice. Kudos from a 70 something Viet Vet. Just Subbed. and following!

  • No instant pot rack usage….wonder why some dudes use that rack? I cant even get that crap to fit into the pot so F it!!
    Im uses str8 frozen wings…Im good right?

  • Where did you get your wings at? I got 2 lbs but these are alot bigger than yours. You have more wings than me but mine is double the size

  • I could listen to you all day. You are so funny worrying that you are babbling or taking too long to explain something. I think you are doing just fine. I like more information rather than less. Keep it up John.:)

  • I don’t mean to be an asshole but you should try a air fryer this instant pot method works but the air fryer makes it quicker but great recipe

  • Only thing to do differently, just in case, let the pot naturally depressurize for like 5 minutes. Then you can let the rest of the steam out, if need be. Guaranteed tender, juicy, and fall-off-the-bone

  • Great video John, and agree this is also my favorite recipe. I will mention though we had wings a couple of nights ago and used that powder seasoning too and it was out of this world. Thanks for teaching me how to cook big John! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_qX5bPbPUo

  • i never wash chicken, it spreads the bacteria. besides why would you wash FROZEN wings. If you don’t like the way she does it move on.Gonna try this right now. thank you..:)

  • I see where she is coming from to cut a little time off the cooking but the clean up is now extended! Am still going to try it seems cool.

  • Loving all the new Instant Pot Duo Crisp videos. Have had an instant pot but bought one of these for our motorhome. Thinking I am going to need two because I love it so much in the house that it may not make it out to the motorhome! Loved knowing the heat coming out the back while frying was so much lower than the Ninja.

  • That broth you can get from ruining… I mean pressure cooking the wings, that’s flavor you just lost. There’s a reason no wing place pressure cools chicken wings

  • Real simple. Alittle too simple. If I have time I will throw it all in a ziplock bag, toss it, let it marinate overnight in fridge then cook it

  • OK so I consider myself a wing officianado lol. They look good but it looks like a lot more work than when I make them in the oven. I would have taken the wings, baked them in a 430 degree oven for about 45 to 50 minutes depending on how big they were. I would have then tossed them in whatever sauce you like and they are done. I agree with you by the way, Franks Red Hot Buffalo is one of the best you can buy off the shelf.

    No mess, no clean up, just awesome wings that pull off the bone easily.

    I watched the video to see if this was quicker than in the oven as we just got an Instant Pot, but to be honest I don’t think it really would be much quicker and there is definitely more clean up.

  • With football season here I can’t wait to use all recipes I have been watching. Every Sunday I keep the grow kids at home with me and the wife. Thanks for sharing.

  • It’s twenty minutes faster than baked wings but you need to clean the tray and the pot, babysit the sautee, steam, release, and babysit the broiler. Seems like a lot more work than just baking to me. I do not understand instant pot videos on YouTube.

  • I guess you didn’t notice that is not an instant pot. That makes this an irrelevant for people who are looking to use an instant pot. You are wasting out time and the title is a fraud. It could be dangerous for those who are actually using an Instant [email protected] Your technique is sound though so you should just retitle this and repost it properly.

  • You despise a smokey kitchen? Girl wtf. Please tell me that was a joke. And your oil is too high if it’s smoking or your not using the proper one for the temperatures you want/need to reach.

  • Great video!!! Best wing video I’ve seen yet. Assuming by Publix chicken you in or near Florida. Southern style I can’t wait to try. Thank you for sharing!

  • Good Job..! Dont mind the nugs below… O M to the G…The commentors below are just brutal…Come on guys…this isnt the FOOD NETWORK…. To TNKGRL Seriously? Pointing out Typos?

  • Love this pressure cooker!>>> ur2.pl/1035   I made Thai curry with chicken in 30 min and steamed rice in 6! I was a bit apprehensive as this is my first time using anything like this but getting started was pretty simple. It is important to follow instructions and “season” the seal. This would be a great gift for busy moms or really anyone who needs great food, super fast. I got this during prime day but will look for another deal around the holidays.

  • I don’t know how she got so many likes! I was expecting “crispy” wings in the Instapot not in the oven! I don’t need instructions on how to bake wings in the oven! I been doing that for years! CLICKBAIT��

  • Thanks for sharing, but please clean your chicken always before eating. I use a freshly squeeze lemon and a splash of white vinegar let sit for about 15 minutes then rinse your chicken with cold water.

  • I really appreciate that you don’t sit there with your camera watching the time to by. You say we want this to cook for 9 minutes and I will be back when it’s done. This is really helpful. Thanks for a very well done video. Now to watch your hard boiled eggs.

  • What a nice rack.. Those are so tuff to get clean tho after cooking anything with breading. Too big to soak in the sink..Pressure washer time.. 😉

  • Great video and skol Vikings, but it is odd to make any cooking instructional video without mentioning the cooking time. I realize you have a different unit than an instant pot but they are all fairly standardized.

  • This is the video I’ve been waiting for. Thank you for making this. I have the 6 qt Instant Pot and have been making the Franks Red Hot Wings from your first Instant Pot Red Hot Wings video. This Duo Crisp will save me that extra step of transferring them to the oven to crisp them up. Not that there’s anything wrong with that method but an all in one machine is what I’m looking for. Great explanation Jelly and look forward to more recipes in this machine. My decision is made. The Duo Crisp is my next purchase.

  • Thanks for the videos! Can you post a link to the silicone covered measuring cup that you use? A link to your WiFi thermometers that has that app for your tablet would be great too! Thanks and keep the videos coming!

  • I have just got one of these machines. for the air fryer how many minutes should I do premade wings that take around 4 minutes in a deep fryer?

  • Do same with ribs for fall apart crispy ribs. But I do love the fat from the meat. It’s not unhealthy unless one over indulge like with everything else

  • A lot of your recipes seem like single serving dishes. Maybe except the french fry video. Would these turn out just as well if I loaded up the air frying bucket with wings?

  • Not to be a hatter…. but she keeps calling her pressure cooker a instant pot.. but why.? Why not call it by its brand name?? She just bought it.. don’t know what size it is? 3, 6, or 8qt. Common knowledge for those who knows. Water boils into steam, not juices with oil and fats.. one full cup of water is always needed to be turn into the proper amount of steam to deliver the proper amount of pressure to seal the pressure cooker and start pressure cooking in the least amount of time which will result in using your pressure cooker properly, cooking what ever. (Example) veggies that has a high amount of water already, but why wait forever for these veggies or whatnots (chicken wings)to reach a temperature were they can finally add to the proper amount of water needed to create enough amount of steam to maybe come close to what is needed for full pressurization so that you you achieve the most out of your pressure cooker? What ever being cooked just add the one cup of water and be done with it.. also no pressure cooker can crisp anything.. pressure cooker first, oven or air frying second, common knowledge.

  • Watched quite a few vids now. Guess I’m the only one that knows if u season chicken right b4 cooking the skin has flavor. The inside is completely flavorless. U must season chicken and leave overnight or at least enough hours so meat is seasoned

  • You know i love your show. But before you buy another pressure cooking device. I think you need to buy an overhead tripod and second camera (maybe a water proof one because of steam) so we can see inside the deep baskets. And then when you hit record on both cameras and when you video edit you can cut back and forth.

  • I cooked my first batch of wings tonight. I may have overloaded the pot. I dumped in 2 lbs of wings and had to run a second 9 minute cycle. No worries though. After about 10 minutes under the broiler they were great

  • Hey.. Couple of questions. 1) Do you use Frank’s Hot Sauce or Wing Sauce? Because if you used just Hot Sauce….one would normally mix Hot sauce with butter to make a wing sauce 2) Why did you pressure cook for 5 min before air Frying for 20 min? Is it because they were frozen? If they were fresh wings would you have skipped the pressure cook & just air fried? 3) I wish you would have done a side by side of Using the Duo Crisp vs Instant Pot & Vortex 6 qt and see if you got near identical results. 4) Do you even use your Foodi Air Fry Toaster Oven anymore & if so when would you use it vs your Breville Smart Oven Air?

    Thanks

  • Is the first step, the pressure cooker part, required if the wings are already thawed? Can’t wait to do this tonight! Great video, too!

  • I like this recipe a lot, easy and fast. Thanks for taking the time to make this video. I would like to suggest if I may, that you talk with a little more enthusiasm, at times your voice sounded robotic. It sounds very clear though. About the ingredients, just mixed them all together and add them at once. You can say how much of what was in the mix. I hope that it’s ok with you, it’s well intended constructive criticism. I appreciate the good lighting, sound, organization and presentation of the end result. Thanks, I’ll subscribe.

  • Your title is deceiving and should be read to say “Chicken wings in the Instant Pot, then you have to place them in the over to get crispy, which you can do anyways”.

  • Hi there. I like your videos. They are so simple! HOWEVER, I am so confused. I am a new in using this intstant pot duo. I am having such a hard time about knowing how much time food takes. For example, say I have 3 lbs vs a 2lbs of thawed chicken wings and would like to air fry. How do I know at what temperature? Do I still air pressure? If yes, for how long? If not, then how? I am really starting not to like this machine. How do I know at what temp?

    Also say I would like to make fish and would like the skin crispy. How the heck I accomplish this.:/

  • Awesome video, Thank You Sir, I was very impressed the wings were delicious and very little clean up, I am a long haul truck driver and like simple dishes, and the ingredients were ingenious simple is my style. Thank you. And I also appreciate you getting straight to the dish. God Bless.

  • A lot simpler to just deep fry em and it takes a lot less time with little cleanup. If you have an InstaPot might be fun to play with, but not not to make a real batch of wings. All in the taste I guess.

  • Just received my Duo Crisp literally lastnight for Christmas (little late). A little intimidated by it as I never used an Instant Pot either, but after watching this I am pretty confident. This WILL be the first thing I will make. Probably today! Thanks! Will be watching more of you…

  • I’m trying these tonight. Finally a simple recipe and like you weren’t talking up a storm. My husband can’t eat the hot ones so will omit the chili powder. And just simple ingredients that I have on hand.

  • Have you tried making wing from frozen in the Ninja foodi grill? I thought that you can, at least the grill part maybe, but I was thinking of trying the air crisper. I have a pressure cooker I could use first, just not an all in one like this one.:) Great video as always.

  • Oh my gosh people. He washed his hands. He doesn’t have to waste our time with filming the hand washing. If anyone had EYES they’d see the video lapse between placing the chicken and the lid. Smh. That looks pretty awesome dude! Love it. I wanna try it out!

  • Dude ty to Jesus someone finally does a video where they dont tell us there life story and whats going to happen to the food when its cookin…..to the point I love it keep up the good work….Please do videos for everyday food this way…eggs,potatoes veggies, etc….ty

  • Finally bit the bullet and got myself an instant pot (8qt) just before Christmas. Going to use it for the first time this weekend. Will be making Pho!

  • Why did you decide to FIRST Pressure Cook those frozen Wings? Why didn’t you go direct to Crisping or Air Frying the wings? To me, Pressure Cooking them as a first step is not only unnecessary but a waste of time. I’ve done lots of Frozen Wings in my Power AirFryer XL direct from the bag to the Air Fryer… in MUCH LESS time with excellent results. I’ve recently obtained a Mealthy Crisplid for use with my InstaPot Duo Plus 6 qt. pot and I don’t believe it’s necessary to Pressure Cook as a first step to making wings in the InstaPot using the Mealthy Crisplid. in less than 1/2 the time.

  • What size instant pot are you using I have a problem mine is only the three court and some of the recipes actually most are meant for the larger pots and hard for me to guess what size

  • OKAY…so hate to pile on but…if you started with FRESH Chix-Wings…no need to Instant Pot. And better if you have a Convection Oven you’ll get the “Air-Fryer” effect…crispy wings done right w/out Oil…but really just buy a Fryer…hot wings aren’t supposed to be healthy.

  • After watching you go through all this BS I just assumed get out my old deep fryer be a lot quicker wouldn’t waste so much time playing around with that new contraption

  • Oh I just love watching you cook love to have me one of them I can’t get one right now I enjoy watching you very much I also want to know with that pot you got there does it come with the air fryer to or do you got to get it separate

  • I thought about buying the new version until I saw this video. I already have a convection oven and the air fryer is limited to the top of the basket. I could use my duo now and use my oven so much easier. Thanks for saving me money

  • Well, John you got this device sold out at Kohl’s as of last night, haha but looks like it’s back in today. Finger’s crossed. Might have to go for it.

  • And this video is what convinced me to get the Duo Crisp. While I can get crispy in the oven, it’s days of prep. This tonight with the wife and kids and a movie…

  • You know what they say about groceries? Same goes for John Sanders’ videos. Don’t watch while you’re hungry. You will want to jump through the screen!:)

  • Just made these in my new IP Duo Crisp. Yours is the first recipe I tried. Other than getting the C9 error code at the beginning of air frying (not sure what Sensor in Air Fry Lid open circuit means in manual?), they turned out awesome! I cancelled air frying, repositioned the lid, made sure it was secure and restarted air frying. That seemed to get rid of the error code. I followed your recipe to the T with success. Yummy! My teenager had that look of mom, why didn’t you make more!! Thank you!!

  • You ROCK BaBa Dee’s! Not only is your under 4 minute video quick and easy, so is the actual recipe. This made some tender and tasty chicken wings.

  • t thinlk Instant Pot should make and offer for sale just the crisper lid so it can fit on the Ultra or any other Instant Pot. I just need the lid. not going to buy the whole shebang when I just want the Crisping Lid.

  • 4 DOLLARS AND 91 CENTS for 10 nubbs of chicken, I’m moving in your state. Awedome recipe and video. I love Frank’s hot sauce, I put that sh*t on everything. Thanks for sharing.

  • Love these recipes. John, I’d like to see multiple cameras and some editing which isn’t too difficult. An overhead camera would. Be better than the. Moving the tripod works.but an editor and second camera should be a bit more smooth.

    You just need to continue anyway. The important part is to show everyone the recipes. Love to watch regardless.

  • I bought the InstaPot last year for daughter but haven’t got one for me yet. I’m afraid it is way to complicated to use. But gosh I’m still waiting for a larger basket for at least a larger family so it’s done at once not cooking it in two batches. I’m sure many others think the same as me so wonder why it hasn’t happened yet.

  • So second video whr person sauteed first. Came here because 1st didn’t say how long to sauteed. Good job that this one didn’t either. Tell me all about loving BBQ sauce. Keto friendly etc but not exactly how to cook em. Cool.

  • @ 3:47 “Who wants to dirty their pot when they can use the Instapot”. Well, that is a dirty pot right there that needs some substantial cleaning.

  • Frank’s Red Hot SANDWICH Sauce is great on these as well. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DS7NLL2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

  • Hey John, just got me a pressure cooker today and checking for recipes. Your video is a joy to watch and your’s is the first dish goin’ to happen in my cooker. Keep on cookin’!

  • Do you have an air fryer yet? If not you should get one..I got one for Christmas & it’s a winner! �� I’mma get an instant pot in the near future! ���� From Tennessee ��

  • Hi, beautiful Julie. Your chicken wings look simply delicious. You are such a cutie when you bake beautiful desserts, and your voice is very beautiful and sweet. What’s your honest opinion on chicken wings? Have a good day, beautiful Julie. Take care of yourself, sweetie. <3