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Butterball Oil-Free Electric Turkey Fryer/Roaster
5.00 / 5 based on 3 Reviews
Prepare a delicious turkey dinner with the butterball oil-free electric fryer. It's made of sturdy steel and comes with a glass lid. This outdoor turkey fryer is electrically powered and doesn't need propane or oil for cooking. It has a wood-chip tray to infuse the traditional smoked flavor into the fried turkey. This large fryer can be used to cook for up to 12 people at a time. It has a thermostat for controlled cooking which means the meat is not overcooked or undercooked. This turkey fryer pot resists odor and stains and it has a cooking basket for trying out different recipes. This electric fryer also comes with an... see more...
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I am a huge fan of fried turkey. I am nit a fan of the mess afterwards, though! Oil is a PITA to work with....so when we found this contraption, we figured it couldn't hurt to try. Well, it works!!! Our turkey really does have that fried turkey flavor and the mess...easy as pie to clean. One helpful hint...preheat this way before the instructions say to, especially of it's chilly outside.
I absolutely love my oil free turkey fryer. Does everything the company claim. cooked a 21 pound turkey this past thanksgiving. every could not believe how juicy the meat was and how crispy the skin was. cooked a few whole chickens and had the same results. best gift for father's day or a birthday.
It may be a turkey fryer, but this is GREAT for a fish fry in your backyard on a perfect summer afternoon! It's a great size so it doesn't take up much space AND it's easy to clean when needed! It'd recommend for sure!
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My family has always done a baked turkey rather than a fried turkey what would be the best way to prepare to fry our own thanksgiving turkey?? Is there anything special we need to do to make sure it turns out good?
For those who have tasted fried turkey (fried with peanut oil) how does the oil free fryer compare? Is the turkey as moist, as tasteful and does it still crispy on the outside?
Has anyone used this before and would you recommend this instead of your typical fryer?
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