1. 5 stars
    I cannot say how pleased i am that you have covered this, i am sick of coming across a thawed out chicken instead of a whole frozen one. This worked great and was cooked after i had finished thank you 🙂

  2. Don’t know what I did wrong, but it seemed like it took an hour to defrost the chicken at 180.

    I was using the air fryer mode on a Nuwave oven, so that could have been the issue, I suppose.

    1. Hi John,

      The Nuwave oven will take alot longer to cook a whole frozen chicken as it is alot larger than the air fryer we used 🙂

    2. Ok,I followed the recipe, frozen chicken, breast side down to defrost, I did 20 mins @ 180c, then sprayed with olive oil, seasoned with salt and pepper. I Then did 20 mins at the same 180c. After the 20 mins, I turned it over spraying the breast with extra virgin olive oil, seasoning with salt and pepper also a chicken seasoning and cooking for an additional 25 mins. The internal temperature reached 140F , I can’t believe anyone can cook a chicken using this recipe and achieve a 165F internal temperature with these timings . I cooked mine in a Tower Vortex air fryer, and I had to increase the temperature to 200c for a further 25 mins before it achieved the correct temperature. I would like to suggest that anyone trying these timings, they should buy a digital thermometer, personally, I won’t be cooking a frozen chicken again..with this recipe, but I can’t believe anyone can do this, cook and eat one using their timings. Buy the way the weight was only 1.6kgs..regards James.

      1. Hi James,

        So you ask why people would want to cook a frozen chicken in the air fryer but we had hundreds of requests for the recipe. So we did it and the chicken was cooked perfectly. What makes you think we do not use a Thermometer in all of our high risk recipes??????

        Our readers trust us to cook things properly and with the air fryer we were using the time and temps in the recipe were correct. Why would we lie?????

        Your comment is assuming everyone is using your type of air fryer when they are not. They are over 30 different types at this moment that people use and it is impossible to try out them all.

        We stand by timings and we have just bought your air fryer and we will be trying some of our recipes and see how they differ and we are looking forward to publishing the results 🙂

  3. James, you did it! You did manage to cook the chicken! Yes, you do have to take the basic process of the recipe and make changes to the timings to suit your machine. That’s how you get to know your machine. That’s the thing about cooking, you are given the basics and you change the parameters to suit. Makes it interesting!

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