Air Fryer Trader Joe’s Orange Chicken And Broccoli

Air Fryer Trader Joe’s Orange Chicken And Broccoli

Air Fryer Trader Joe’s Orange Chicken And Broccoli –Craving a quick and delicious meal?

Dive into the world of Air Fryer Trader Joe’s Orange Chicken and Broccoli—a mouthwatering combination of crispy, tangy orange-glazed chicken and tender broccoli florets, all cooked to perfection in your trusty air fryer.


  1.  One package of Trader Joe’s Frozen Orange Chicken
  2. two cups florets of broccoli
  3. One tsp Optional: add salt and pepper to taste
  4. If desired, add 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper to taste.
  5. One teaspoon of optional sesame seeds as a garnish


  • Set your air fryer’s temperature for a few minutes at 375°F (190°C). A crispy finish and uniform cooking are ensured by preheating.
  • The battered chicken pieces should be placed in the air fryer basket after opening the bag of Trader Joe’s Orange Chicken. The chicken can be added frozen; there’s no need to thaw it.
  • Bake the chicken for 10 to 12 minutes at 375°F (190°C). To ensure equal cooking, shake the basket or turn the chicken halfway during the cooking period. Depending on your particular air fryer, the air fry duration may change, so watch the chicken to avoid overcooking.
  • Toss the broccoli florets in a basin with a little cooking oil spray (if using), salt, and pepper while the chicken cooks. Although optional, this step gives the broccoli more flavor and crispness.
  • When the chicken is crispy and golden brown, around 10 to 12 minutes of cooking time, open the air fryer and add the seasoned broccoli florets to the basket surrounding the chicken.
  • For a further 6 to 8 minutes, or until the chicken is well cooked and the broccoli is soft with a hint of crunchy edges, keep air-frying the chicken and broccoli together.
  • Sesame seeds can be added to the meal after it’s finished cooking to give it more taste and texture.
  • Place the cooked broccoli and orange chicken from Trader Joe’s onto a serving dish. It tastes finest warm.

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