Air Fryer Chicken Potstickers are super flavorful and surprisingly easy to make!  Plus, they are super versatile because you can fill them with anything you want.  Potstickers cooked the traditional way are amazing, but have you ever considered cooking them in an air fryer?  It’s a great way to get a crispy crust without too much added oil.

The recipe can be found here.

Start by combining the ground chicken, water chestnuts, green onion, minced onion, soy sauce, rice vinegar, garlic, and ginger in a bowl.  Stir until well combined or use your hands to combine (this is almost easier to blend everything together).

Place 16 potsticker wrappers on the counter.  You can also use wonton wrappers if you don’t have potsticker wrappers, they will work just the same.  Add a scoop of the chicken mixture to the center of each potsticker.  You should have enough to add a small scoop to all 16 potsticker wrappers.

Add water to a small bowl.  Pick up one of the potstickers and use your fingers to wet the outside edges.  Then fold the potsticker over the chicken mixture to cover it, making a half circle shape.  Seal the edges by squeezing together and using the water to hold the potsticker together.  Make sure to seal all openings so the chicken mixture can’t seep out.

**Only wet one potsticker at a time or they will stick to the counter**

Place the potsticker on a piece of wax paper or parchment paper as you complete them.  Stop when you have made 8 potstickers.

Lightly spray the top and bottom of the potstickers with cooking spray.  You don’t need a lot, just a tiny spritz to prevent the potstickers from sticking while cooking.

Remove the basket from the air fryer and place the potstickers inside.  You should be able to fit 8 at a time.  Return the basket to the air fryer and cook for 4 minutes at 400 degrees.  Then remove the basked and flip the potstickers over.  Cook for another 4 minutes at 400 degrees.

While the first batch cooks, start to assemble the other 8.  When the first batch is done cooking, remove the potstickers to a baking sheet and keep warm in a 200-degree oven while the second batch cooks.

Serve warm with your favorite dipping sauce – sweet & sour, sweet chili, soy sauce, etc.  You can even serve with a side of Cilantro Lime Rice.  Yum!

The recipe can be found here.

Air Fryer Cream Cheese Wontons are delicious!  Honestly, any form of cream cheese wonton would make me happy, but it is appealing that you aren’t frying these wontons in oil, making them slightly (just slightly) healthier 🙂  You get the same crispy outside you would have if you did deep fry the wontons but without the oil.  The cream cheese inside is hot and slightly melted…mmm-mmm-mmm!

The recipe can be found here.

Line the wonton wrappers on the counter.  Place enough wrapper down for however many wontons you intend to make.  I typically make 4 per person with a few extras – they never last long!

Add a dollop of cream cheese to the center of each wonton wrapper.  I like to use plain cream cheese, but you can use any flavor.

Add water to a small bowl.  Pick up one of the wontons and use your fingers to wet the outside edges of the wonton wrapper.

Bring one corner over the cream cheese to cover it, making a triangle.  Seal the edges by squeezing together and using the water to dampen the wonton wrapper.  Fold the 3 corners in to form a pillow shape.  Make sure to seal all openings so the cream cheese can’t seep out.

**Only wet one wonton at a time or they will stick to the counter**

Place the wonton on a piece of wax paper or parchment paper as you complete them.  Make 8-10 wontons to start as that is all that will fit in the air fryer.

Lightly spray the top and bottom of each wonton with cooking spray.  You don’t need a lot, just a tiny spritz to prevent the wontons from sticking while cooking.

Remove the basket from the air fryer and place the wontons inside.  You should be able to fit 8-10 at a time.  Return the basket to the air fryer and cook for 6 minutes at 350 degrees.

While the first batch cooks, start to assemble the second batch.  When the first batch is done cooking, remove the wontons to a baking sheet and keep warm in a 200-degree oven while the second batch cooks.

Serve warm with your favorite dipping sauce – sweet & sour, sweet chili, soy sauce, etc.  Scrumptious!

The recipe can be found here.

Happy Cooking!

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