5 Best Innsky Air Fryer Recipes to Try Today

You’ve just found yourself the proud new owner of an Innsky air fryer. You’re going to love cooking with it, but the hardest thing is deciding what to make first! I’m here to solve that conundrum with this compilation of the best Innsky air fryer recipes you can try to get started.

Innsky makes a few different models of air fryer, including the 5.8-qt digital Innsky air fryer XL or the larger 10.6-qt Innsky air fryer oven, which features a rotisserie and dehydrator option as well!

Innsky Air Fryer XL 5.8 QT

Innsky 10.6 Quart Air Fryer

Regardless of which model you have, all of these recipes are suitable for either model, as well as other air fryers. That’s right – just because a recipe is tested on a particular brand of air fryer doesn’t mean it’s not suited for others as well!

However, this list will help you get your culinary feet wet with reliable recipes for your newest kitchen appliance. From there, you can branch out to other air fryer recipes once you’ve got an understanding of how to use yours.

Now, onto the cooking!

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1. Innsky Air Fryer Chicken Wings

One of the best things you can make in an Innsky air fryer are chicken wings!

To be fair, that’s true of most air fryers. See, the hot circulated air does a great job of making a wing that’s crispy on the outside, while being juicy and perfectly cooked inside.

In other words, it makes nearly no-fail wings that are perfect for snacks, appetizers, parties, barbecues, and your game day table.

The larger air fryer oven can fit about 2 dozen wings at a time (depending on the size of your wings) whereas the smaller basket fryer gets about 1 dozen per batch.

It only takes about 30-40 minutes with a flip halfway to get perfectly crispy wings. You can dry rub before cooking, toss in your favorite sauce after, or both! The choices are really yours with this classic finger food.

If wings on the bone are just too messy for you, then try Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Dip instead. It’s all your favorite flavors in an easy to eat dip format that’s perfect with crackers or carrot sticks.

Otherwise, you can get the full recipe for Innsky air fryer chicken wings along with a review of the unit here.

2. Air Fryer Potato Wedges

Potatoes make such a classic side dish because they go so well with everything. These air fryer potato wedges are the perfect choice for your Innsky air fryer.

Depending on the size of your basket, it’s easy to adjust the quantity you’re cooking by the number of potatoes so that it fits well. You can always cook in batches if need be, since these wedges only take about 10 minutes to cook!

I love that you can adjust the seasonings to your preference easily as well. Go simple with salt and pepper, bold with barbecue seasoning, or add some french fry seasoning for that classic burger joint flavor.

You can even dress your basic potatoes up further with a recipe like these Air Fryer Greek Potatoes which feature lemon, oregano, and Greek seasoning.

Now, don’t come at me, I know the demo is being done on a Cosori air fryer. Did you know that Innsky air fryers are just about the same size and design, though? This makes the recipe easily translatable between both brands.

Plus, potatoes are one of the easiest things to do well. Just stick a fork in one and if it pierces easily it’s done! There’s not much guesswork and it’s easy to add a little more time if needed for the perfect bite.

So, grab those spuds and get the full recipe for easy potato wedges perfect for your Innsky air fryer here.

3. Bacon Wrapped Shrimp in the Innsky Air Fryer

You had me at ‘bacon’. But really, these bacon wrapped shrimp in the Innsky air fryer are delicious, perfectly cooked, and make for an easy yet elegant meal.

It takes less than 10 minutes to cook (though if you like crispier bacon you’ll want to pre-cook the strips before wrapping for about 5 extra minutes).

While these shrimp are being cooked in the rotisserie basket of the oven style unit, they come out equally well in the Innsky basket model without the rotisserie option. You’ll just need to flip them halfway through cooking since the basket isn’t doing it for you.

Season your shrimp with any seasonings you like – barbecue, jerk, and cajun are all great choices, but you can use your favorites!

If you enjoy this recipe, you’ll probably also want to check out these Frozen Bacon Wrapped Scallops for an easy appetizer option you can prep in advance.

You can find the full recipe for bacon wrapped shrimp in the Innsky air fryer in the video and description here.

4. Innsky Air Fryer Rotisserie Chicken Leg

You can enjoy that store bought flavor with this air fryer rotisserie chicken leg, made in your Innsky air fryer.

While the rotisserie option of the Innsky oven model is being used here, you can also roast a chicken leg in the basket style models!

The only difference is that you’ll need to flip it halfway through cooking to get even browning since there’s no spit doing it for you.

In about 35-40 minutes (depending how big your chicken legs are) you’ll have delicious rotisserie chicken to enjoy!

Season the skin up with a coating of olive oil and your favorite seasonings. I like seasoned salt, pepper, paprika, and garlic powder for mine, but it’s so adjustable to your tastes.

You can even make a side dish to go with your rotisserie chicken to complete the meal. I love a nice side of Air Fryer Brussel Sprouts With Bacon. Yum!

Then, get the full recipe for a tasty rotisserie chicken leg for the Innsky air fryer here.

5. Air Fryer Apples

If you’ve got a sweet tooth like me, then you know we can’t skip dessert! These easy air fryer apples are perfect for your Innsky air fryer.

With just 6 ingredients and less than 10 minutes, you have a perfect sweet treat.

These apples are great all on their own, but can be used to top ice cream, pancakes, waffles, oatmeal, and more.

Like potatoes, apples are another easy item to make. Stick them with a fork and it’s easy to figure out if they’re tender!

Of course, apples can also be enjoyed in their uncooked state so you really can’t “undercook” these at all.

For more great options, make sure to check out the rest of my favorite Air Fryer Apple Recipes that you can try out.

Meanwhile, get the full recipe for these air fryer apples you can make perfectly in your Innsky air fryer here.

Innsky Air Fryer Cooking FAQs

Is Innsky a Good Brand in Air Fryer?

Yes, Innsky is a good brand in air fryer. Models are spacious and have a lot of functions. The downsides are that they run loud, can be difficult to clean, and take a few minutes longer to cook when compared to other brands.

In terms of the finished result, though, the Innsky performs very well and is overall a great air fryer.

How Do I Clean an Innsky Air Fryer?

To clean an Innsky air fryer, unplug the appliance and make sure it is cooled off. Then, remove the air fryer basket or trays and wash them with warm, soapy water.

Use a non-abrasive sponge or cloth to avoid scratching the surfaces. Wipe down the exterior of the appliance with a damp cloth, and be sure to dry all parts thoroughly before reassembling.

Can I Use Oil in an Innsky Air Fryer?

Yes, you can use oil in an Innsky air fryer, but it’s important to use the right amount. Too much oil can cause smoking and splattering.

Most air fryer recipes require 1 Tablespoon or less, with just a mist or spritz over the top of the food being the most common.

What Can I Cook With an Innsky Air Fryer?

You can cook a wide variety of dishes with an Innsky air fryer, including chicken wings, fries, fish, vegetables, and even desserts like cookies and cakes.

Air fryers can cook anything that you would make in a conventional oven, often in less time.

Can I Cook Frozen Food in an Innsky Air Fryer?

Yes, you can cook frozen food in an Innsky air fryer. In fact, most frozen foods do not require defrosting before cooking in an air fryer.

They’ll both defrost and cook during the cooking process, and still produce a crispy result.

Recipes From Other Air Fryer Brands to Try

In Conclusion

There are so many great recipes you can make with your Innsky air fryer. While these showcase options for snacks, meals, and dessert to get you started, there are so many more great recipes to explore.

Remember, just because you have an Innsky doesn’t mean you can’t make recipes that were developed on another brand of air fryer.

However, if you’re looking for more Innsky specific options, I recommend this Innsky Air Fryer Oven Cookbook for Beginners, which has 600 more recipes designed just for your appliance. It’s not well-organized, but has a lot of helpful information!

Once you have a feel for how to use your air fryer, then you’ll feel much more confident branching out and exploring some of the other great recipes out there.

Happy cooking!

Katie Vine