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Cuisinart CDF-200 Deep Fryer, 4 quart, Stainless Steel
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- Fries potatoes, onion rings, seafood, chicken, vegetables, donuts, and much more
- Large 4-quart capacity cooks up to 2.3 pounds of food
- Large stainless mesh basket with cool-touch handle
- Removable 1800-watt immersion-style heating element for fast heat-up and heat recovery
- 1 gallon removable enamel-coated oil container with pouring spout
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Silver||Black||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||18.25 x 12.75 x 12.5 in||16.5 x 17 x 11 in||14.8 x 15.4 x 9.3 in||10.25 x 24.5 x 15.5 in||12 x 19 x 12 in||17.3 x 10.6 x 12 in|
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|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
The Cuisinart 4-Quart Deep Fryer lets you serve up hot and crispy deep-fried favorites - right at home. With a powerful heating element that offers uniform high heat throughout cooking, it perfectly fries potatoes, onion rings, seafood, chicken, vegetables - even donuts. Its 4-quart large capacity can hold up to 2.3 pounds of food, making it the ideal fryer for big family meals or entertaining. When frying is done, dishwasher safe frying basket, oil container and lid make cleanup a snap.
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Now the oddities, it comes with 3 baskets, two small and one large. On the surface that's a nice touch. The reality is, you've got more stuff you need storage space for. And unless you want to keep the baskets submerged in the oil when you're not using it, you'll need store all 3 baskets.
And, I know they all seem to be doing this, but I hate the controls at the back of the unit. Heat up the oil and try to set the timer and you risk getting burned from the steam coming out the vents.
Now, this all sounds pretty negative. So why the 4 stars? Well because it actually does what it's supposed to do. This is the 3rd fryer I've bought in the past week. Spent $150 for a T-Fal that wouldn't get above 340 degrees. Then tried a De Longhi Roto fryer for $100. That would't get above 345. The Waring actually gets up to the advertised 375.
Another nice feature is that the display actually shows the temperature as it's heating up. This gives you some idea of how much longer it's going to be before it's ready. Now I did find the temperature reading wasn't real accurate at the low end. But once it got up to about 325 it was within a few degrees.
So the bottom line, if you're looking for fancy features, this is not the fryer for you. But if you want something that will actually fry your food the way it's supposed to be done, this is the way to go.
I've had it about 3 weeks and put it through it's paces. I made Fish & Chips, Corn Dogs, Chili Rellenos, Fried Chicken. Fried Oysters, Fried Zucchini, Fried Mushrooms, Potato Chips, Fried Cheese Sticks and even Fried Twinkies.
The only semi-down side is that I have to add more oil then Waring suggests. I added an extra 64 once bottle. It only raised the level about one inch. So plenty of room. After that is was great. I use peanut oil to fry. The unit heats up to 375 in about 15 minutes. It held the temperature very well. Everything I made came out great!I did not use the two small baskets, The only reason for those would be to fry two different things at the same time. I was able to use my dead fryer and some cheese cloths to filter the oil into.
The Fried Twinkies had a good fry but are really carnival novelty food. Not something I would make again...in case you were wondering. :)
Comes with 3 different baskets. The two smaller ones will fit in at the same time, which make deep frying different items at the same time a piece of cake.
The thermostat is very accurate and easy to read.
Light, and easy to move
Removable basket for draining oil, making it very easy to clean
No filter which means the oil and steam go directly into the air. Not a major problem for me, as I deep fry outside, because of the smell of the oil in the house when I do fries.
Pushing the timer means you have to put your hand over the top of the fryer, and if you are not careful, you can do some damage to yourself. I am waiting to see if some idiot lays a lawsuit against Waring for failing to protect them from their own stupidity.
Very flimsy aluminum shell, although because of that, it is light enough to move easly
Baskets rest right on the heating element. I was worried that this might be an issue, however does not appear to be a negative when cooking. I think that would be more a perceived problem then reality.
Found that the red and blue led lights on the timer were hard to see when I was outside.
To wrap up, the positives far outweigh the negatives of this machine. Very pleased with how the food ends up coming out fried, which, I guess, should be the final criteria.