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Ambiano 4 Litre Deep Fat Fryer With a 3 Guarantee £24.99 Available to Pre Order & Free Delivery @ Aldi

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Posted 8th Oct

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Ambiano deep fat fryer for £24.99, it’s ideal for home-cooked chips, crispy chicken nuggets or even doughnuts.

It comes with one large frying basket and two smaller ones, plus enough room for four litres of oil. There is a 24.99 cheaper deep fat fryer being sold in Currys PC World for £19.99 but this one is smaller than the Aldi one by around one litre of oil space.

Removable lid with window for easier cleaning; Plastic handles on the sides; Cable rewind on the back; Firmly mounted aluminium oil tank with non-stick coating; Integrated stainless steel heating element


Contents

1 x Deep fat fryer
1 x Large frying basket
2 x Small frying baskets
Features
Fixed oil tank
Non-stick oil container
Detachable, transparent lid for easy cleaning
Permanent aluminium filter
Stepless temperature adjustment to 190°C maximum (approx.)
Overheat protection
Non-stick coating
Integrated stainless steel heating element
2 Indicator lights
3 Stainless steel frying baskets (one large basket, two small baskets)
Without lift-up function
With two removable handles
2 indicator lights (red = ON / green = ready for use)

Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
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Thanks. Much cheaper than a pension!
I would recommend the 3-litre stainless steel ones that can be dismantled for cleaning over this Aldi model ( like the Logik £19.99 one at Currys).
Fryers do tend to get messy and are a pain to clean . The ones where you can remove the heating element and oil container make it much easier.
This is what you want, not one of those Air Fryers, or Ovens as we used to call them
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Thanks. Much cheaper than a pension!
This is what you want, not one of those Air Fryers, or Ovens as we used to call them
slannmage08/10/2019 09:29

This is what you want, not one of those Air Fryers, or Ovens as we used to …This is what you want, not one of those Air Fryers, or Ovens as we used to call them


I've got a 3 year old air fryer, and it still tastes of Teflon!!... Roll on 4 litres
I would recommend the 3-litre stainless steel ones that can be dismantled for cleaning over this Aldi model ( like the Logik £19.99 one at Currys).
Fryers do tend to get messy and are a pain to clean . The ones where you can remove the heating element and oil container make it much easier.
simes08/10/2019 10:05

I would recommend the 3-litre stainless steel ones that can be dismantled …I would recommend the 3-litre stainless steel ones that can be dismantled for cleaning over this Aldi model ( like the Logik £19.99 one at Currys).Fryers do tend to get messy and are a pain to clean . The ones where you can remove the heating element and oil container make it much easier.


I'd agree with this. I have this Aldi model and while it's handy to get out now and then for home cooked chips, the cleaning kind of puts me off.
avoid i had one binned it was a nightmare to try clean better going for one with removable tank
fenton75108/10/2019 10:32

avoid i had one binned it was a nightmare to try clean better going for …avoid i had one binned it was a nightmare to try clean better going for one with removable tank


How come you didn’t take it back?
wasn't faulty just a pain to clean
fenton75108/10/2019 10:38

wasn't faulty just a pain to clean

vinegar & bicarbonate soda works a treat!! Just let it soak, effortless really.
Hi folks,how often do you need to change the oil?And how much oil would you need to pour in if you wanted to fry chips etc?I haven't ever fried food before but fancy teh one mentioned earlier for currys made by Logic
I've got one question.. does it fry ?
Equalizer2508/10/2019 13:31

Hi folks,how often do you need to change the oil?And how much oil would …Hi folks,how often do you need to change the oil?And how much oil would you need to pour in if you wanted to fry chips etc?I haven't ever fried food before but fancy teh one mentioned earlier for currys made by Logic


The logik model needs 3 litres of oil.
It depends how much you use it , but they have a cool zone underneath the heating element so the oil does not need changing very often. My oil lasts 2-3 months between changing but i only use the fryer once or twice a week. I dismantle and clean the fryer when i change the oil.
simes08/10/2019 18:17

The logik model needs 3 litres of oil. It depends how much you use it , …The logik model needs 3 litres of oil. It depends how much you use it , but they have a cool zone underneath the heating element so the oil does not need changing very often. My oil lasts 2-3 months between changing but i only use the fryer once or twice a week. I dismantle and clean the fryer when i change the oil.



Thanks,any tips on what cooking oil to buy?
The one from Curry's does not have a filtered ventilation and a viewing window, which have their own benefits ...
simes08/10/2019 18:17

The logik model needs 3 litres of oil. It depends how much you use it , …The logik model needs 3 litres of oil. It depends how much you use it , but they have a cool zone underneath the heating element so the oil does not need changing very often. My oil lasts 2-3 months between changing but i only use the fryer once or twice a week. I dismantle and clean the fryer when i change the oil.



I thought the oil was only good for one heat up and was best thrown away thereafter due to it containing carcinogens, no?
simes08/10/2019 18:17

The logik model needs 3 litres of oil. It depends how much you use it , …The logik model needs 3 litres of oil. It depends how much you use it , but they have a cool zone underneath the heating element so the oil does not need changing very often. My oil lasts 2-3 months between changing but i only use the fryer once or twice a week. I dismantle and clean the fryer when i change the oil.


It starts to smell my house out after 1 month old oil so I change it often and the food tastes better
tryn2help09/10/2019 00:18

I thought the oil was only good for one heat up and was best thrown away …I thought the oil was only good for one heat up and was best thrown away thereafter due to it containing carcinogens, no?



if that was the case no one would ever use a deep fat fryer,or am i missing something
mmachine09/10/2019 01:04

if that was the case no one would ever use a deep fat fryer,or am i …if that was the case no one would ever use a deep fat fryer,or am i missing something



Love deep fry home cooked chips - also those frozen fish taste much better deep fried than oven cooked - but yes, I vaguely remember years ago hearing that the oil was unhealthy and possibly dangerous after first use.

Sorry I can't give you any more info than that, but it's probably out there in google world somewhere.

Our family always used lard - and used it often, but somebody somewhere got us all on the oil for whatever reason - probably under the guise of it being healthier - but obviously more expensive..
tryn2help09/10/2019 01:19

Love deep fry home cooked chips - also those frozen fish taste much better …Love deep fry home cooked chips - also those frozen fish taste much better deep fried than oven cooked - but yes, I vaguely remember years ago hearing that the oil was unhealthy and possibly dangerous after first use.Sorry I can't give you any more info than that, but it's probably out there in google world somewhere.Our family always used lard - and used it often, but somebody somewhere got us all on the oil for whatever reason - probably under the guise of it being healthier - but obviously more expensive..



cant believe being dangerous after first use otherwise they would be banned,as for the oil getting worse in time,one way would be to pour it out and strain it after a number of uses to get most of the residues from your frying out of the oil
mmachine09/10/2019 01:30

cant believe being dangerous after first use otherwise they would be …cant believe being dangerous after first use otherwise they would be banned,as for the oil getting worse in time,one way would be to pour it out and strain it after a number of uses to get most of the residues from your frying out of the oil



All my days there always seems to have been 'experts' telling us this and that is bad for us, I only mentioned the reheating thing as I remember it from a while ago - possibly just before they changed their minds about us going to work on an egg - then changed it again.

I'm not here saying they're right or wrong about these things - all I'm saying is I vaguely remember them telling us.

As I say, it's more than likely out there on the net somewhere.

First page I looked at.

Second page.

Yeah, there's dozens of them out there - here's another one.


As I say, not interested in debating whether they're right or wrong - just saying that's what they were saying.
Edited by: "tryn2help" 9th Oct
Used to have a very good Tefal fryer years ago. Have tried various fryer over the years and none are as good. They've either broken within a short time, or they become too messy to bother cleaning. Haven't bothered with one for years.

Thinking about getting a chip pan. That way you can just put it in the dishwasher after emptying. Never had a chip pan either. Is it a good idea?
ra78609/10/2019 02:10

Used to have a very good Tefal fryer years ago. Have tried various fryer …Used to have a very good Tefal fryer years ago. Have tried various fryer over the years and none are as good. They've either broken within a short time, or they become too messy to bother cleaning. Haven't bothered with one for years. Thinking about getting a chip pan. That way you can just put it in the dishwasher after emptying. Never had a chip pan either. Is it a good idea?


If you want to risk burning down your house, it is. They're so risky...
ra78609/10/2019 02:10

Used to have a very good Tefal fryer years ago. Have tried various fryer …Used to have a very good Tefal fryer years ago. Have tried various fryer over the years and none are as good. They've either broken within a short time, or they become too messy to bother cleaning. Haven't bothered with one for years. Thinking about getting a chip pan. That way you can just put it in the dishwasher after emptying. Never had a chip pan either. Is it a good idea?



Don't even think about it
Equalizer2509/10/2019 08:17

Don't even think about it



Ultima287609/10/2019 02:46

If you want to risk burning down your house, it is. They're so risky...


At the moment I basically fry in a fairly deep pan/wok. But it's not really deep frying. It sort of shallow deep fries. I never leave it unattended though. I just thought a chip pan would be better because that's what they're for. I'll skip it though if it's not a good idea!
Edited by: "ra786" 9th Oct
geraldfitzsimons09/10/2019 09:06

:/ ?


You won’t need a pension if you use of of these every day as you’ll be dead by the time you’re 60. So at 24.99 it’s much cheaper than a pension.
carlybaby6909/10/2019 10:01

You won’t need a pension if you use of of these every day as you’ll be dea …You won’t need a pension if you use of of these every day as you’ll be dead by the time you’re 60. So at 24.99 it’s much cheaper than a pension.


Funny m8
tryn2help09/10/2019 01:35

...just before they changed their minds about us going to work on an egg...


What was wrong with taking public transport?
Edited by: "smush" 9th Oct
ra78609/10/2019 09:57

At the moment I basically fry in a fairly deep pan/wok. But it's not …At the moment I basically fry in a fairly deep pan/wok. But it's not really deep frying. It sort of shallow deep fries. I never leave it unattended though. I just thought a chip pan would be better because that's what they're for. I'll skip it though if it's not a good idea!


Just be mega careful about leaving them unattended. I know two people who have set fire to their kitchen from chip pans. And its not pretty when it does happen: youtube.com/wat…mOA
My wife would kill me if I had a frier in the house, even though I want one.
smush09/10/2019 15:46

What was wrong with taking public transport?



Tv ad, maybe long before you were born.
ukbootlegs201509/10/2019 16:46

My wife would kill me if I had a frier in the house, even though I want …My wife would kill me if I had a frier in the house, even though I want one.


Get a divorce and live life to the full fill it with lard too
thomasleep09/10/2019 20:47

Lard


I’m a Yorkshire man!! Duck fat far to expensive!! Lard all the way!!
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