FryDaddy Electric Deep Fryer

December 15, 2013 - Comment

Cool touch exterior. Removable non-stick pot for easy cleaning. Extra large viewing window. Basket handle doubles as an exterior control to lower food into the oil with cover closed. Charcoal filter to reduce frying odors. Seal tight cover prevents spattering. 120 volts, 60 Hz onlyYou don’t need a 6-gallon oil vat to enjoy deep-fried foods

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Cool touch exterior. Removable non-stick pot for easy cleaning. Extra large viewing window. Basket handle doubles as an exterior control to lower food into the oil with cover closed. Charcoal filter to reduce frying odors. Seal tight cover prevents spattering. 120 volts, 60 Hz onlyYou don’t need a 6-gallon oil vat to enjoy deep-fried foods at home–this petite deep fryer makes four big servings with just 4 cups of oil. A compact 7 inches in diameter, the fryer features easy controls for precision frying: it automatically maintains the proper frying temperature, letting you focus on cooking instead of fussing with the controls. The fryer features a snap-on lid, so you can store oil right in the fryer for reuse. All surfaces are nonstick for tidy cleanup (the fryer is not dishwasher-safe and should never be completely immersed in water). A hand scoop is included with the fryer for easy stirring, lifting, and draining, and the 120-volt AC cord unplugs from the outlet, while the attached handle makes the fryer easy to move around the kitchen. The fryer has a two-year limited warranty. –Ariel Meadow Stallings

Product Features

  • Saves money on oil; Efficient 4:4 oil-to-food ratio makes four big servings with just four cups of oil
  • Built-in, preset thermostat for perfect frying every time; Nonstick surface, inside and out, for easy cleaning
  • Handy scoop lifts, drains, and serves; No messy basket; Compact size for easy storage
  • Makes crispy french fries, shrimp, chicken, onion rings and more
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

Comments

J Keistler "johnrktx@sbcglobal.net" says:

It Does The Job! I’ve had one of these little fryer appliances since they first became popular in the seventies. The current model is the second one I’ve had, being larger than the original model that came out.

B. Hoelscher says:

The Pros and Cons After spending more money on 2 faulty deep fryers (Rival is hit-or-miss for quality), I’ve finally settled on this little beauty.Pros:1.) Cheap and simple, a very compact and minimalist package overall. It is nothing more than a steel bucket with a heating element underneath.2.) Fries at 350 degrees, 25 short of “ideal” but safe for cooking with lard and lower smoke point oil. Try lard if you never have, you can still get it in supermarkets.3.) Milled steel bucket, cast aluminum base. Inside has a permanent synthetic non-stick surface. Clean up and changing oil is simple.Cons:1.) This fryer isn’t for families with young children or dumb people. Hot oil is always dangerous to work around and this unit is a STEEL BUCKET FULL OF OIL. The outside is hot. The inside is hot. It’s hot.2.) Doesn’t have a lid to stop the occasional spatter.3.) The bottom and healing element are shielded, but it will still warm…

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