If you love nothing better than a cheeky Nando's takeaway, then we've got good news. You no longer have to order your favourite chicken - you can now make it at home in just 25 minutes.
Adam Donelly is a personal trainer who has gone viral with his "fakeaway" recipes, where he recreates takeaway food in healthy ways, for a fraction of the price. His recipe for homemade Nando's crispy chicken thighs really hits the mark too.
All you need to do is put the chicken thighs in a bowl and spray them lightly with olive oil.
Mix everything together, then pop them in the air fryer at 180 degrees for 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes, turn them and leave them to cook for another five minutes.
You'll end up with crispy chicken at a fraction of the cost of takeaway.
They're healthy too; each thigh contains just 130 calories and is packed with 20g of protein.
"Looks as good as Nando's," commented one fan.
Want to recreate your own crispy chicken at home? You can with these air fryers.
Usually $249.99, this air fryer is a great option.
With rapid 360 degree hot air circulation which helps food cook quickly and evenly, there are also 10 pre-set cooking options, and an ultra-light pan for easy shaking.
It even comes with a recipe book, so you'll never be short of dinner ideas.
This machine has a “starfish” design inside which swirls hot air around to create foods that are crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
There's no need for extra oil, making it a really healthy way to cook.
There's an adjustable time and temperature control, plus it's easy to clean.
This very reasonably priced air fryer has a non-stick detachable drawer and basket insert, and easy-to-use digital touch controls.
There are eight pre-set cooking programs, easy-to-use temperature and time controls, as well as dishwasher-safe parts.
This 2-in-1 option works as both an air fryer and grill.
It has a die cast aluminium grilling plate for cooking meat or vegetables, and an easy-to-use control dial, plus It's extra large, so excellent for families.
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