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Bayou Classic 1195 Stainless-Steel 32-Quart Turkey-Fryer Kit with Stainless-Steel Burner (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Stainless-steel turkey fryer kit with 32-quart stockpot and thermometer
- Fries a whole turkey up to 25 pounds; skewer set for frying up to 3 chickens
- Perforated poultry rack with grab hook; perforated steam/boil basket
- Outdoor gas burner; 1-piece welded stainless-steel frame; 10-PSI regulator
- Measures approximately 16 by 16 by 31 inches
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|Item Dimensions||22 x 19 x 18 inches|
|Shipping Weight||31.6 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
If I have to find something to nitpick (and trust me, I am digging here) the air control versus the fuel regulation can take a bit to dial-in. Lastly, with 30 quarts of oil it can take about 25 minutes to get up to temperature but that seems to be universal among fryers. Other people wrote in to comment on other fryers and their primary complaints were assembly of the unit which is a non-issue for this model as it arrives completely assembled save for one piece, and models with painted bases tend to burn off the paint during the first few uses - here too, a non-issue as this base is aluminum.
If you have the cash, buy this unit and fry the night away...
P.S. - The burner itself is not stainless steel, as mentioned elsewhere. The burner is cast iron (confirmed on the Bayou Classic website), but everything else is stainless.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I cooked a 24 lb turkey in 1 hr and 10 min. It was great.Published 5 months ago by Willie E. Jones Jr.
This item is advertised as able to fry a 25-lb turkey. I ordered this item SPECIFICALLY to be able to fry a large bird. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tom Masiello
Excellent product...excellent delivery. Great purchase experiencePublished 8 months ago by John Mathisen
This fryer is extremely well constructed and easy to operate. With easily controlled temperatures my first batch of Rocky Mountain Oysters turned out great.Published 10 months ago by Stinky