Double up on the fish & chips and nuggets with fries, or cook one big vat of extra crispy fried chicken with Secura's triple-basket deep fryer. The electric countertop model contains a 1700-watt immersion element said to preheat oil quickly, and recover its set temperature with little down time during batch cooking. The oil vat holds 4.2 liters of your favorite liquified fat, and removes from the main component for more convenient dumping. Note: my mama once told me never to pour used oil down the sink drain or garbage disposal. In light of a recent experience, I would like to add toilet to that listing as well.
The deep fryer's adjustable heat controls have a 250- to 375-degree F range, plus an automatic timer that will shut the heat off after up to 60 minutes. The machine comes with an odor filter too, but let's face it, if you deep fry anything in your house the only way your house isn't going to smell like deep fried for the next 3 days is if you haul in at least 2 bags of Indian takeout. See, the way culinary odor permeation goes is:
In the album above you will see some samples of the mouthwatering and gut-billowing selections I recommend your Secura deep fryer churn out for Super Bowl Sunday. Hot wings, naturally. Fried shrimp, of course. And also hush puppies, jalapeno poppers, fried raviolis, and the grand of all fried daddies: a bacon cheeseburger with a deep fried Twinkies bun. God bless the return of snack cakes!