Typically I make meals for 4 to 6 people. But Air Fryer Old Bay Chicken and Potatoes is a simple and easy meal for 2.
Just a few minutes of prep work and BOOM, the air fryer does the rest.
Oh, I didn’t even mention it’s only THREE ingredients!
Well, three ingredients plus olive oil… but I consider kosher salt, pepper, and olive oil as “free ingredients” when counting.
How to Make Air Fryer Old Bay Chicken and Potatoes
First set out two chicken thighs, bone in and skin on.
Also between 2 and 4 redskin potatoes.
The amount of potatoes depends on how big they are, and also how many you think will fit in your size air fryer.
Dice the potatoes into bite size pieces.
And all the seasoning you need is Old Bay!
Drizzle olive oil over top and sprinkle Old Bay on all sides.
I tossed them together with my hands to make sure everything had seasoning.
Put the chicken thighs in the air fryer basket and then fill the space between with the seasoned potatoes.
Set the air fryer to 380 degrees for 24 to 26 minutes.
When I cook chicken by itself it takes a shorter amount of time.
But with the potatoes it took a little longer.
Use an instant read thermometer to make sure it’s above 165 degrees.
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Air Fryer Chicken and Potatoes is the perfect, easy meal for two 🙂
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Air Fryer Old Bay Chicken and Potatoes
Air Fryer Old Bay Chicken and Potatoes is a complete meal for two all made in the air fryer, simple to prepare and absolutely delicious
- 2 to 4 red skin potatoes (more or less depending on size)
- 2 chicken thighs (bone in, skin on)
- 2 Tbsps olive oil
- Old Bay seasoning (season to taste)
Cut the potatoes (skin on) into bite size pieces. Coat the chicken and potatoes with olive oil and season to taste with Old Bay seasoning on all sides.
Place the chicken thighs in the air fryer basket and put the potatoes around the chicken in the air fryer basket.
Set the air fryer to 380 degrees for 24 to 26 minutes or until the internal temperature of the chicken is above 165 degrees.