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Make your own delicious fried foods at home with the FARBERWARE 2.5L Single Stainless Steel Deep Fryer. You can make perfect fried food every time thanks to this home deep fryer's easy temperature control and viewing window. The deep fryer features an enamel-coated oil pan and an immersion heating element, as well as a charcoal air filter. The basket and oil pan is completely dishwasher safe for easy clean-up. The FARBERWARE 2.5L Single Deep Fryer, Stainless Steel is backed by the Good Housekeeping Seal. The limited warranty reflected by the Good Housekeeping Seal means that if a product bearing the Seal is defective within the first two years of purchase, Good Housekeeping will replace the product or refund the purchase price.
FARBERWARE 2.5L Single Deep Fryer, Stainless Steel:
- 2.5L capacity
- Stainless steel housing
- Enamel-coated oil pan
- Viewing window on lid
- Easy temperature control
- Immersion heating element
- Charcoal air filter for cleaning fryer
- Dishwasher-safe basket and oil pan
- Two-year warranty
- Dimensions: 17.6"L x 9.76"W x 9.25"H
- Model# 103737
- Backed by the Good Housekeeping Seal
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|Color:||Silver , Black|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||17.60 x 9.76 x 9.25 Inches|
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Q. My fries always come out burnt on th outside and uncooked on inside. I tried temperatures 255-275F for 5 to 10 mins. Would any body help me out?
- I was a chef for 15 years, and have a few tips. Cut your fries and put them in a bucket of ice water with a little lemon or reallemon juice - not much, it's just to keep them from rusting. Store overnight in the fridge. Heat the fryer to 332 degrees. This keeps the oil from burning and makes nice fries. If you like crispier fries that really hold the ketchup you'll want to blanch them. Just fry them for a little while depending on the size of the fries and pull the basket out of the oil for 3-4 minutes. The fries should look droopy, but not done. Then fry them till they're crispy, lifting from the oil and shaking basket once or twice. If you follow these steps you'll have fries like they make in a steak house. One thing to note: This is a small fryer and the temp will go down quickly once you put food in it. Pulling them out to blanch lets the fryer recover temperature to get that crispy texture.by shoppeh3/9/2016Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I always microwave the potatoes for 10 min in water, drain then fry.by knightrider3/9/2016Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- We set the temp to 375 and cut fries to 1/4 in size and they are perfect after 4-5 min.by ladybugmyheart3/9/2016Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- After cutting fries soak in hot water for 20 minutes. Drain and dry them thoroughly. Heat oil to 325. Cook fries 3 1/2 to 4 minutes. Take them out of the oil. Wait anywhere from 10 minutes up to 2 hours with fries out of oil. Heat oil to 375. Cook 6-7 minutes (until slightly browned). Works out perfect! As for Onion Rings: Look up a recipe called "Making Crispy Onion Rings" by Chef John at Allrecipes. Best onion rings ever!by AndyBinga23/9/2016Was this answer helpful? (5) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- preheat at 230 degrees. then turn up to 250. mine are fine that wayby Dajunglegirl12/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (2)Was this answer helpful?
- my husband is a chef. if your making home made fries from potatoes than fri them on the lowest setting till a light golden brown than take out and turn the deep fryer up to 375-400 when up to temp. put the fries back in until a darker brown this will make the fries softer in the middle and crunchier on the outside. Hope this helps.by LeeLee20103/9/2016Was this answer helpful? (13) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- You can use the oil again and again, using good judgment. If you clean the particles out, or even strain it, it isn't a problem. If you have fried something, that is coated with flour and the oil turns murky, of course you would want to change it. Some are saying to put it in the fridge, and that isn't a bad idea, however we never do that, nor did the long line of country cooks I come from. You can look at it and choose if you think the oil will be ok to reuse, or not. ;)by Harmoniez12/14/2015Was this answer helpful? (7) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The container that the oil is in is removable, so you can easily store it in the fridge to keep the oil fresh. Depends on your taste, but I wouldn't reuse the oil if I had fried fish in it. Otherwise, I don't see any reason why you wouldn't be able to recycle your oil several times.by ChelsyDawn12/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (14) (2)Was this answer helpful?
- I bought the fryer mostly to make chicken wings, and I only change the peanut oil after using the same oil 6-8 times. Incidentally, if you decide to make wings...be sure to cook them until they all are floating at the top. Otherwise, they won't be quite done inside.by missymoo2143/9/2016Was this answer helpful? (12) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I bought this fryer last year, and love it! Usually, I use the oil 6-8 times before changing the oil. I think it's important to use peanut oil, since it has a higher smoke point.by missymoo21412/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (9) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- In most cases, the oil can be used more than once. Some meats release large amounts of juices and dilute the oil, requiring the oil to be discarded. Oil used to fry fish or other strong flavored food should also be discarded. Oil to be reused is removed from the fryer once cool, filtered into a clean container, and stored in a cool place without exposure to sun light.by CommunityAnswer3/9/2016Was this answer helpful? (21) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes. If you think about it the plastic would melt at those temperatures. It is to protect the product during shippingby TravelNNow10/13/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, remove all plastic and Styrofoam before use. Seems it would cause a fire if left on, especially on the heating element.by ChelsyDawn3/13/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Hi Jan! YESSS!by TampaTori8/17/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?