Cookworks Signature Twin Pro Fryer - £23.95 @ Argos! (was £48)
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Cookworks Signature Twin Pro Fryer - £23.95 @ Argos! (was £48)

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Found 19th Dec 2009Made hot 19th Dec 2009
* Stainless steel.
* 2.2kW.
* 4 litre oil capacity.
* 1.2kg food capacity.
* Variable temperature control.
* Removable bowl.
* Lid with filter.
* Removable lid.
* Electroplate nickel basket.
* Viewing window.
* Safety cut out.
* Easy clean.
* Power light.
* Non slip feet.
* Cord storage.

You may receive a substitute of similar specification, but cosmetically different.

11 Comments

Perfect for your healthy diet! Free defibrillator with every one!

blodnik;7274322

Perfect for your healthy diet! Free defibrillator with every one!



I disagree. cooking in the right oil at a high temperature would be ok for a person who has a balanced diet.
cooking things like frozen chips that contain oil aready is bad for you.

Cheers, needed a new one anyway so just ordered one and some other stuff for the kids for christmas can't beat home made chips done in the fryer

Cheers I jst bought one Hot added

Oooooh i can just hear my heart pound at the thought of all those chips........heyyy chippy chips chips chips.........:thumbsup:........Heat that baby up...yah.

Same price over at homebase.
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Might be a daft question but is this simply 2 baskets going into the same oil basin or is it 2 separate basins so you can cook at different temperatures simultaneously?

ibuprofenman;7276754

Might be a daft question but is this simply 2 baskets going into the same … Might be a daft question but is this simply 2 baskets going into the same oil basin or is it 2 separate basins so you can cook at different temperatures simultaneously?



Two seperate ones

markvirgo;7275030

I disagree. cooking in the right oil at a high temperature would be ok … I disagree. cooking in the right oil at a high temperature would be ok for a person who has a balanced diet. cooking things like frozen chips that contain oil aready is bad for you.



The key is a balanced diet, if it is balanced, then the amount of fried food is low and the cooking method has little effect. Somehow, I can't imagine the majority of people using this for the occasional deep fried calamari, chips anyone? :whistling:

I would love one of these ... but the missis hates the smell :roll:, and only lets me use a fryer if I use an extension lead and put it in the garden...:? no joke.

sucklead;7276314

Same price over at … Same price over at homebase.]http://www.homebase.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=20001&partNumber=4227920



...probably because both are subsidiaries of the Home Retail Group.

However, Argos is not increasing their net retail prices to reflect the return to 17.5% VAT rate until the end of January (effectively keeping their prices lower for that duration but still paying HM Revenue & Customs the required increase), but Homebase prices are to be increased (if they have not already); so if buying in-store you may wish to choose an Argos outlet rather than a Homebase store.

BFN,

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