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Just point and shoot for delicious salads, pizzas, coleslaw, hash browns, tacos and much, much more!

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Pros

Easy to clean

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Perfect size

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Great fryer

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Cons

Short cable

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Just point and shoot for delicious salads, pizzas, coleslaw, hash browns, tacos and much, much more! Professional size, power, speed and capacity. Bonus! Includes extra accessories for ripple cuts and thick slices, plus a handy funnel guide. 

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Features

  • Oblong-shaped baskets ideal for frying large pieces of chicken or fish
  • Adjustable thermostat with signal light that indicates when oil is ready for frying
  • 12-cup food capacity
  • Heating element and enameled pot remove for easy cleaning
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How hot does the outside of the unit get while in use?

    It gets hot.....not to the point its going to be where if something touches it would catch on fire.

  • DOES THIS COME WITH THE LARGE SINGLE BASKET?

    It does not. However, a large one can be purchased separately for a minimal extra cost and I would recommend you do that's it is extremely handy to have for larger fry jobs. Hope this helps.

  • Can the fryer be used for doughnuts that need to be fryed in lard??

    Sadly it cannot. The manual explicitly states to NOT use solid fats depsite the fact that solid fats(saturated) are the most suitable for deep drying due to their high smoke points and lower amount of omega-6 fatty acids. Vegetable and canola oils are poor choices almost all of the. i would make an exception for peanut oil in small doses. I will be returning this item for this reason. It seems most of the fryers in the $80-$100 range CAN indeed use solid fats and I will look at purchasing one of those.

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