Breville Black Pro Fryer £25 @Asda Direct
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Breville Black Pro Fryer £25 @Asda Direct

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Found 26th Jan 2014
The Breville VDF112 is a deep fat fryer with a 3 litre oil capacity and 1kg food capacity. This fryer includes Breville's very own Cool Zone technology which keeps the oil clean and doubles the oil life by ensuring any stray pieces of food do not burn.

Features:
3 litre oil capacity
1kg food capacity
Removable immersed heating element
Removable enamel bown
Power and temperature indicator lights
Cool-touch handles
Cord storage
Non-slip feet
Black painted finish
Variable temperature control
Disassembles for easy cleaning
Cool zone area below element ensures any stray pieces of food do not burn - keeping oil cleaner for longer

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Got 1 of these from morrisons ages ago- same price, wouldn't recommend, everything is soaked fully in fat buy a more modern one that only uses small amounts of oil to cook in. - btw, this has been posted before.

hot for me makes chips like chips should be

I paid £15 for it in asda Morriston Thursday, didn't realise it was a good price as I've never bought one before

i bought one of these weeks ago, best thing we've bought for a long time, easy to clean, cooks chips in 5 minutes, we've tried fried chicken in it too and it was ok, ours doesnt soak everything, just lift the basket out clip it on and leave for 5 mins and they are lovely

Saw these instore last night £18.

Original Poster

This is online deal where everyone can buy at this price. Instore deal is only for people who are lucky enough to live nearby those stores.

emmabee123

hot for me makes chips like chips should be


And use beef dripping. Every now and again does you no harm.

Hot, really want one, but i know ill be eating fried bread everyday and be dead within the year.

These are great for chips and making fried chicken.

Typically I make triple cooked chips. Haven't done it in ages though since my last fryer broke.

This approach to the chips is fantastic, although I usually boil them and let cool before starting the frying process as described in the link below:

thefoodiebugle.com/art…ips

Edited by: "liamsquire" 27th Jan 2014

antw

Got 1 of these from morrisons ages ago- same price, wouldn't recommend, … Got 1 of these from morrisons ages ago- same price, wouldn't recommend, everything is soaked fully in fat buy a more modern one that only uses small amounts of oil to cook in. - btw, this has been posted before.



The point of a fryer like this is to cook the food deeply in oil. You can shake and dry excess oil off. The new type of fryer that only use a spoon full or two of oil are a different beast and not one I'd use when I decide I fancy some fried food.
Edited by: "liamsquire" 27th Jan 2014

All the Mars bars I could fry with one of these bad boys...

cut your chips thick and drain well . only have occasionally , salt and vinegar - a real treat imo
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