3L Pro Stainless Steel Deep Fat Fryer £15 @ Asda George
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3L Pro Stainless Steel Deep Fat Fryer £15 @ Asda George

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Found 19th Mar
always popular and back in stock again, free click & collect also.


This neat, compact fryer comes in a stainless steel finish that will look contemporary and stylish on any kitchen counter.

With contrasting black heatproof handles, it is easy and safe to use when transferring your food to a plate.

The fryer has a capacity of 3L so there is plenty of space for cooking fried favourites for the whole family. Very simple to operate, it has an adjustable temperature dial and features an oil filter with a removable oil container to ensure easy cleaning.
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I found it impossible to clean the fat off this.
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slannmage10 m ago

I found it impossible to clean the fat off this.




Can't you just bung into the dishwasher?, *without the electrical side*.
deleted133685719th Mar

Can't you just bung into the dishwasher?, *without the electrical side*.


The Dish washer barely touches it and the electrical side has fat all over it too. I find it a lot easier to buy the glossy plastic ones and clean those, you can wipe them down, but metal and matt plastics are real hard.

Tbh though I just throw them in the bin when they get dirty and buy a new one any ways, they're all so cheap.
Very easy to wash :-/
What I would also say is 3L fryers, the oil smells quickly. Fish will smell the oil on first go, but for £15 it's OK.
slannmage1 h, 8 m ago

The Dish washer barely touches it and the electrical side has fat all over …The Dish washer barely touches it and the electrical side has fat all over it too. I find it a lot easier to buy the glossy plastic ones and clean those, you can wipe them down, but metal and matt plastics are real hard. Tbh though I just throw them in the bin when they get dirty and buy a new one any ways, they're all so cheap.



I've got a fryer with a matt plastic case, and a dishwasherable interior, I use Ciff power and shine kitchen to clean the case and bung the stainless steel tub and basket a couple of times in the dishwasher and it comes up fine.

It is an awful lot easier to clean since I stopped using anything other than rapeseed oil.
Edited by: "melted" 19th Mar
melted1 h, 29 m ago

I've got a fryer with a matt plastic case, and a dishwasherable interior, …I've got a fryer with a matt plastic case, and a dishwasherable interior, I use Ciff power and shine kitchen to clean the case and bung the stainless steel tub and basket a couple of times in the dishwasher and it comes up fine.It is an awful lot easier to clean since I stopped using anything other than rapeseed oil.


"It is an awful lot easier to clean since I stopped using anything other than rapeseed oil."

This, This and Thrice This! Sunflower oil and a lot of other vegetable oils leave an awful sticky residue on and around everything. Terrible stuff. Rapeseed is so much easier to work with and clean.
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jans1 h, 53 m ago

"It is an awful lot easier to clean since I stopped using anything other …"It is an awful lot easier to clean since I stopped using anything other than rapeseed oil."This, This and Thrice This! Sunflower oil and a lot of other vegetable oils leave an awful sticky residue on and around everything. Terrible stuff. Rapeseed is so much easier to work with and clean.



'Rapeseed oil'

Is there any change in flavour that is noticeable?
With Chips, papaddoms, the usual suspects?

(I expect rapeseed oil is something that is no doubt UK sourced.)... which is good.
Edited by: "deleted1336857" 19th Mar
deleted133685719th Mar

'Rapeseed oil'Is there any change in flavour that is noticeable?With …'Rapeseed oil'Is there any change in flavour that is noticeable?With Chips, papaddoms, the usual suspects?(I expect rapeseed oil is something that is no doubt UK sourced.)... which is good.



Rapeseed oil, most often sold as "vegetable oil" in the UK, has a very mild flavour. This makes it a good choice for frying things where the flavour of the oil isn't a key part of the dish. AIUI it's supposed to be safer, or healthier, than sunflower, or corn oil, for high temperature frying.
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VDisillusioned6 h, 32 m ago

Rapeseed oil, most often sold as "vegetable oil" in the UK, has a very …Rapeseed oil, most often sold as "vegetable oil" in the UK, has a very mild flavour. This makes it a good choice for frying things where the flavour of the oil isn't a key part of the dish. AIUI it's supposed to be safer, or healthier, than sunflower, or corn oil, for high temperature frying.



Okay thanks.

I use 'Crisp n dry' I aways referred to it as ''vegetable oil', just checked crispndry.co.uk and its rape seed oil.
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