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dredzo is correct! A 20 pound bird will fit the Fryer rated/designed for 20 pounders. Users must be sure they are using the correct model fryer. I have NEVER used an MB fryer (I have a 13 & 20 pound rated fryer ) that did not accommodate the rated size turkey the fryer was designed to fry... I have been frying for … see more dredzo is correct! A 20 pound bird will fit the Fryer rated/designed for 20 pounders. Users must be sure they are using the correct model fryer. I have NEVER used an MB fryer (I have a 13 & 20 pound rated fryer ) that did not accommodate the rated size turkey the fryer was designed to fry... I have been frying for years. The answer is in the question... The fryer is not for frozen turkeys!!! see less dredzo is correct! A 20 pound bird will fit the Fryer rated/designed for 20 pounders. Users must be sure they are using the correct model fryer. I have NEVER used an MB fryer (I have a 13 & 20 pound rated fryer ) that did not accommodate the rated size turkey the fryer was designed to fry... I have been frying for years. The answer is in the question... The fryer is not for frozen turkeys!!!
Mister."J"
· November 30, 2018
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I was told by Masterbuilt that this fryer is for inside use only. I used it outside with an extension cord to keep the smell out of the house and it did not heat the grease up enough for frying a turkey once I put the turkey in. I will try again without extension cord.
Aubrey R Bolen
· December 10, 2019
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To determine the amount of oil needed, the best best is to put your bird in, then fill it with water until it's above the bird. It only needs to be covering the top, the bird shouldn't be deep sea diving.

Then remove the bird and note the amount of water in relation to the max line. … see more
To determine the amount of oil needed, the best best is to put your bird in, then fill it with water until it's above the bird. It only needs to be covering the top, the bird shouldn't be deep sea diving.

Then remove the bird and note the amount of water in relation to the max line.

I usually get 12-14 pound birds and it takes around 2.5 or so gallons. see less
To determine the amount of oil needed, the best best is to put your bird in, then fill it with water until it's above the bird. It only needs to be covering the top, the bird shouldn't be deep sea diving.

Then remove the bird and note the amount of water in relation to the max line.

I usually get 12-14 pound birds and it takes around 2.5 or so gallons.

Michael
· December 12, 2018
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It does not work very well outside. Oil needs to stay at a consistent temperature.
Amazon Customer
· November 30, 2019
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You CAN inject, we have injected many different flavors. You can use a rub under the skin, works great. Works great for cooking indoors. Just lower the Turkey slowly and try to make sure it is as dry as possible before putting it in, we pay it down with paper towels, inside and outside. Quick and easy.
Aliceharris
· December 12, 2018
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No it dosent
Amazon Customer
· November 24, 2017
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I have used the same oil (peanut oil) 5 times but I always empty the unit after it cools between uses. It removes all the sediment and I have only cooked turkey, chicken and jalapeno poppers.
William Parks Walker IV
· December 27, 2018
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I too struggled with the same question and glad I went with the Large. I fried a 14 lb turkey this holiday and it fed 12 adults easily with leftovers.
2legit2quit
· November 30, 2014
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No it has an analog dial on the front to set the temperature. The small LCD is for the timer. It is not much different from any other electric fryer. Just bigger.
Trevor R jones
· December 6, 2015
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20 lbs
Above and Beyond Supplies, LLC
Seller · October 20, 2017