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Tyson Popcorn Chicken. How to cook your favourite frozen Tyson popcorn chicken in the air fryer. Perfect if you want your Tyson popcorn chicken crispy and perfectly cooked.
Tyson Popcorn Chicken
Just for fun I polled my readers of my Facebook group recently and asked them what food they hated as a kid and still hate now.
I got lots of replies about liver and onions, which was one of my favourite foods from childhood. I loved my grandad making it for me and my parents were always disgusted when I asked for it at home. Clearly, they were also on the liver and onions hater list.
But my biggest hate as a kid which I actually like now was KFC. They would be one when we stopped for food when travelling and I would look at the other outlets and find something else other than KFC.
I hated chicken on the bone and the thought of it filled me with dread.
But fast forward a few years and the hubby took me to KFC and promised me that they did a good amount of yummy chicken off the bone.
Well I fell in love.
Loved the crispy chicken. Loved the seasoning. Loved that I got a side of corn on the cob and loved the idea of going back again and again.
Well the boneless chicken that the hubby introduced me to at KFC was popcorn chicken and that started my popcorn chicken addiction.
No surprise then, that for the final day of our 6 days dedicated to Tyson frozen chicken that we are featuring Tyson Popcorn Chicken.
Tyson Frozen Chicken On Recipe This
Welcome to our Tyson frozen chicken series on Recipe This. A chance for the team at Recipe This to share with you delicious Tyson frozen food cooked in the air fryer. Also, a chance to see which Tyson frozen chicken is the best for the air fryer.
Today’s Tyson popcorn chicken is the final day in a six part frozen series and you can catch the rest of the Tyson below:
- Tyson Chicken Nuggets
- Tyson Chicken Strips
- Tyson Chicken Patties
- Tyson Chicken Wings
- Tyson Chicken Fries
What Is Popcorn Chicken?
Popcorn chicken was an idea that was originally created by KFC. Popcorn chicken describes chunks of chicken that have been breaded and then fried. They are often created as the same size a small meatball.
A mix of any chicken can be used. Though, it is easiest to make them at home with minced chicken that is rolled in a homemade breadcrumbs mix.
What To Do With Popcorn Chicken?
Air fry it! Popcorn chicken is delicious in the air fryer. Whether you follow this recipe for Tyson frozen popcorn chicken or our popular recipe for air fryer KFC popcorn chicken.
When you air fry popcorn chicken each yummy bite is crispy on the outside with a delicious tender meaty centre. It also tastes just as good as deep fried popcorn chicken but thanks to the air fryer carries a lot less calories.
How To Cook Tyson Popcorn Chicken In Air Fryer?
- Remove Tyson popcorn chicken from the packaging.
- Brush off any excess popcorn batter.
- Load frozen popcorn chicken into the air fryer basket.
- Cook + serve with favourite dipping sauce.
How Long To Cook Popcorn Chicken In Air Fryer?
Frozen popcorn chicken air fryer time is JUST 8 minutes at 170c/340f. As long as you don’t overcrowd the air fryer basket you will have perfect crispy popcorn chicken from frozen in just 8 minutes!
More Air Fryer Frozen Food
Do you want to learn how to cook more of your favourite frozen food in the air fryer? There are so many different frozen foods that cook perfectly in the air fryer and below are some of the Milner family favourites:
- Air Fryer Frozen French Fries
- Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Wings
- Air Fryer Frozen Breaded Mushrooms
- Air Fryer Frozen Onion Rings
- Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Nuggets
Tyson Popcorn Chicken In Air Fryer
Tyson Popcorn Chicken Ingredients:
- 1 Pack Frozen Tyson Popcorn Chicken
- Remove frozen popcorn chicken from the packaging.
- Give it a quick shake to remove any loose bits of batter.
- Place into your air fryer basket making sure that the popcorn chicken is not overcrowded.
- Cook for 8 minutes at 170c/340f.
- Serve with your favourite dipping sauce.
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