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I hope all the people who answered questions with "I don't know" or "I haven't used it yet" get eaten by packs of hungry wolves. This fryer is intended to be used inside. Steam comes out while cooking so a ventilated area is advised.
jeff
· November 9, 2017
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Yes, it will easily fit a 20 lb bird. In fact, bigger birds displace the oil more and cook more evenly. First, a "19 lb bird" that is still frozen probably weighs closer to 16-17 lbs once thawed and the innards (neck, gizzard, liver, heart, etc) are removed. Second, once thawed, the turkey will easily fit into the bask… see more Yes, it will easily fit a 20 lb bird. In fact, bigger birds displace the oil more and cook more evenly. First, a "19 lb bird" that is still frozen probably weighs closer to 16-17 lbs once thawed and the innards (neck, gizzard, liver, heart, etc) are removed. Second, once thawed, the turkey will easily fit into the basket. Just make sure it is very dry inside and out before lowering it into the oil. And lower it slowly: I take about a minute to get the bird all the way into the oil. see less Yes, it will easily fit a 20 lb bird. In fact, bigger birds displace the oil more and cook more evenly. First, a "19 lb bird" that is still frozen probably weighs closer to 16-17 lbs once thawed and the innards (neck, gizzard, liver, heart, etc) are removed. Second, once thawed, the turkey will easily fit into the basket. Just make sure it is very dry inside and out before lowering it into the oil. And lower it slowly: I take about a minute to get the bird all the way into the oil.
dredzo
· November 12, 2017
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We have a child with a peanut allergy as well. I used canola oil last year and it was great. You have to check the smoke point of the oil you use and make sure it is high enough. You cannot use just any oil. Vegetable oil will smoke up.
Joshua A Posnan
· November 12, 2017
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No it dosent
Amazon Customer
· November 24, 2017
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I inject butter, but it not absolute necessary. its the only way I cook turkeys any more. I would not have a problem using this indoors its just a big deepfat fryer. just make sure all the moisture is wiped off. I usually do it outside though because it can get messy. Up until last year I was using a regular pot and p… see more I inject butter, but it not absolute necessary. its the only way I cook turkeys any more. I would not have a problem using this indoors its just a big deepfat fryer. just make sure all the moisture is wiped off. I usually do it outside though because it can get messy. Up until last year I was using a regular pot and propane burner (20 years). I have to say it is way easier and safer. see less I inject butter, but it not absolute necessary. its the only way I cook turkeys any more. I would not have a problem using this indoors its just a big deepfat fryer. just make sure all the moisture is wiped off. I usually do it outside though because it can get messy. Up until last year I was using a regular pot and propane burner (20 years). I have to say it is way easier and safer.
jag
· November 15, 2018
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depending what you cook you can reuse. I wouldn't reuse it after cooking meat or fish. but veggies, potatoes, tortillas yes you can reuse
Amazon Customer
· November 12, 2017
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20 lbs
Above and Beyond Supplies, LLC
Seller · October 20, 2017
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About 3 feet. Magnetically connects in case unit gets moved it will disconnect easily. Good for safety. I usually cook a 10-12# turkey breast. 7 minutes per pound. I season well with Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning and it turns out perfect. Have cooked 1 18# whole turkey but I only cook it 4 minutes per pound plus 5 m… see more About 3 feet. Magnetically connects in case unit gets moved it will disconnect easily. Good for safety. I usually cook a 10-12# turkey breast. 7 minutes per pound. I season well with Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning and it turns out perfect. Have cooked 1 18# whole turkey but I only cook it 4 minutes per pound plus 5 minutes. Turns out perfect every time and it's so delicious. Highly recommend it. see less About 3 feet. Magnetically connects in case unit gets moved it will disconnect easily. Good for safety. I usually cook a 10-12# turkey breast. 7 minutes per pound. I season well with Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning and it turns out perfect. Have cooked 1 18# whole turkey but I only cook it 4 minutes per pound plus 5 minutes. Turns out perfect every time and it's so delicious. Highly recommend it.
Jamie
· October 6, 2018
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Yes it will do smaller orders, though the minimum fill line is about a gallon and a half
RNxylon
· November 16, 2017
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You can use any oil you want but it has to have a flash point 425 degrees or more. Peanut oil is the safest to use and less likely to catch fire.
Amazon Customer
· November 22, 2018