Cuisinairre Single Stainless Steel Deep Fryer – 6 Liter
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- Removable oil pan for easy cleaning
- Restaurant quality brushed stainless steel
- Maximum temp 392F (200C)
- 1-5' grounded power cord
- Basket measures 8" x 7" x 4-1/2" deep
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The "Cuisinairre" Deep Fat Fryer features commercial restaurant grade Brushed Stainless Steel construction with a 1750 Watt immersion heating element, heavy duty stainless steel fryer basket, polished stainless steel lid cover and 6-Liter stainless steel cooking oil tank. 6-Liters total oil capacity. Thermostat automatically maintains temperature from 140F to 392F (60C to 200C). Dial reads in Centigrade (60C to 200C). Conversion chart from Centigrade to Fahrenheit is included with directions. Electrical cord plugs into common 2 prong plug with ground. IMPORTANT: At highest temperature setting on a 110/115 Volt circuit, the commercial rated heating element pulls just less than 22 amps. To keep from tripping the breaker, you must plug this fryer into an outlet connected to a 20 Amp dedicated circuit or higher. If you are planning on using a 20 Amp circuit, no other items can be plugged into the same outlet or be on the same circuit. If you will be using a 25 Amp or 30 Amp Circuit, certain other electrical items can be on the same circuit, depending on their current draw. Check the amperage rating of each outlet you intend to plug this unit into and please do not purchase if you do not have the correct amperage available. Note: To insure correct operation after placing temperature controller/heating element into frame, small white safety switch on bottom of temperature control unit must be fully depressed. If small white safety switch is not completely depressed, heating unit will not come on and may appear to be defective.
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This is a replacement for a deep fryer that lost the ability to heat properly, but after many years of use it was time to put it out of it's misery.
Since I only deep fry a maximum of one day a week, I was looking for a deep fryer that would meet our needs and not break the bank, otherwise I would have gone for a $400+ commercial machine.
First off, this is not a true commercial machine, but at this price I didn't expect it to be, nor should you. It does, however, allow you to achieve restaurant quality deep fried foods at a fraction of the cost as long as you're not doing production cooking...let's face it, putting food into a deep fryer drops the oil temperature drastically and if your fryer can't recover quickly enough, you're going to get greasy food. At 1800 watts, this thing recovers much faster than say a 900 or 1200 watt fryer +1.
I use this on a 20 amp circuit (nothing else on the circuit while frying) and have no breaker issues +1.
Yes, the temp settings are in centigrade and the dial is analog so setting the temp is not perfectly accurate, but my deep fat thermometer has both C and F and I always use a deep fat thermometer (and recommend you do also) to ensure the temp is exactly where I want it to be. Different batters/breading/foods/moisture content dictate what's the best cooking temp. +0
On this particular fryer (according to the conversion chart) 190C is equal to 375F (close)and 200C, the highest setting, is supposed to be 400F, but in all actuality, 200C is 392F.
190C gave me an actual oil temp of 365F while 200C gave me a temp of 380. That in itself is not a deal breaker for me as my normal high cooking temp is 375F but I'm pretty anal about accuracy and that might also bother others, so -1.
Which reminds me, that fella that was concerned about not getting to 400F and ending up with soggy potatoes, try this:
When cooking french fries or Jo Jos, spread your raw potatoes on a baking sheet and bake at 350 for 6-8 minutes or 8-10 minutes for Jo Jos before frying. This allows the middle of the potatoes to cook and also releases some of the moisture so you get a nice crunch at 375F...this pre cook or par cook cuts way down on the moisture that is trying to escape through the crispy outside which is making your potatoes soggy.
The fryer is easy to clean and the basket and oil reservoir are dishwasher safe. Draining and filtering the oil is a snap. +1
About those sharp edges others have commented on...the lid and the outer framework are thin sheet metal and I guess one could get cut if you choose to pick up or move the unit without using the provided handles or taking a certain amount of care but, for me, it is a non issue as the unit was properly deburred...just be aware of the potential issues if you decide to try one.
The only real issue I had was the finish on the reservoir lid. It's white painted enamel and it looks as though the painter had greasy fingers when he/she positioned the lid for painting and the paint peeled or lifted in two small spots...rather than send it back, I'll just hit the lid with some 3000 wet dry and repaint it myself, but it does detract from the appearance. -1
So, 4 stars instead of 5 for temperature accuracy and bad paint job, but I would buy it again and recommend it to friends.