De'Longhi F28311 Rotating Deep Fat Fryer from Argos £54.99
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De'Longhi F28311 Rotating Deep Fat Fryer from Argos £54.99

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Found 7th Jun 2014
I had been looking at buying a fryer a couple months ago and out of all them chose this one and put it on my wish list. However recently Argos has reduced the price to an amazing £54.99, which is a steal at this price (I think).
For collection only, from store.

John Lewis are selling it for £85
Tesco are selling it for £80
Amazon dropped the price to £60 recently when Argos dropped their price.

Grab the offer before it goes back up!

You can attempt to get price difference from John Lewis, this way you will have the free 2 year Guarantee with the fryer from John Lewis otherwise I think 3 year guarantee from Argos cost approximately £16.

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Great price and heated.

Anyone know if they're easier to clean than a standard fryer? I get tempted to buy a new one every time I need to clean mine.

Also, heat added for a great deal.

simonc23

Anyone know if they're easier to clean than a standard fryer? I get … Anyone know if they're easier to clean than a standard fryer? I get tempted to buy a new one every time I need to clean mine.



With you on that one. We have a Moulinex one. The oil goes everywhere when you try and empty it, it's a horrible job to clean it as none of the parts are removable except the lid.

I'd love a deep fryer but I'm put off by the stigma of them not being healthy. I think I heard somewhere that a deep fryer can actually be healthy with the right oil and technique (super hot oil) or something like that.. can anyone comment?

Banned

Even 'the right oils' are still fattening, as they are still oil at the end of the day. I can't believe that anyone would still use one in this day and age, no wonder there are so many fatties around...

bluesntwos

With you on that one. We have a Moulinex one. The oil goes everywhere … With you on that one. We have a Moulinex one. The oil goes everywhere when you try and empty it, it's a horrible job to clean it as none of the parts are removable except the lid.


Just thought Id mention it. I have an ASDA 3L deep oil fryer. The lid comes of and so does the element and the oil container. So after emptying the oil container, you can clean the bits separately.

Great deal, but I'll put five stone on if I buy this.

simonc23

Anyone know if they're easier to clean than a standard fryer? I get … Anyone know if they're easier to clean than a standard fryer? I get tempted to buy a new one every time I need to clean mine.




I have one of these, very easy to clean.

Old oil drains out via a tube in to any container, the rest of it comes apart quite easily.

SanTokiMTB

Even 'the right oils' are still fattening, as they are still oil at the … Even 'the right oils' are still fattening, as they are still oil at the end of the day. I can't believe that anyone would still use one in this day and age, no wonder there are so many fatties around...



Massive lol. Anything is "fattening" if you eat too much of it. Please oh nutrition expert, explain to me why the Inuits don't have any "fatties around" and have virtually no record of cardiovascular disease despite the fact their diets consist primarily of fat.

buy an actifry then.

jasonchilton16

Massive lol. Anything is "fattening" if you eat too much of it. Please oh … Massive lol. Anything is "fattening" if you eat too much of it. Please oh nutrition expert, explain to me why the Inuits don't have any "fatties around" and have virtually no record of cardiovascular disease despite the fact their diets consist primarily of fat.



From what I understand pressed oils (rapeseed, sunflower, etc) haven't really been around that long and we humans don't process these oils very well. On the other hand, as you point out with the Inuits, animal fat is arguably the best kind of fat.

We've recently moved to pure organic pig fat and use it for most of our cooking and have yet to balloon out so I was really referring to animal fat as the 'good oil' and hoped someone has some knowledge of this or similar.
Edited by: "TheGimp" 8th Jun 2014

scallygally

buy an actifry then.



Can't make jam donuts in an actifry
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