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Waring Pro® Rotisserie Turkey Fryer and Steamer

No more braving the cold—this innovative rotisserie turkey fryer allows you to fry a turkey in the comfort of your own kitchen. Rotisserie frying uses a third less oil than conventional deep-frying and cooks a 20-pound turkey in just over an hour...Read More

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Description

No more braving the cold—this innovative rotisserie turkey fryer allows you to fry a turkey in the comfort of your own kitchen. Rotisserie frying uses a third less oil than conventional deep-frying and cooks a 20-pound turkey in just over an hour. Constant rotation ensures that your bird is evenly cooked, with perfectly browned, crispy skin and moist, tender meat.

Remove the rotisserie to use as a standard deep fryer that’s perfect for frying up a batch of game-day snacks or fill with water instead of oil to use as a versatile steamer that’s great for an indoor seafood boil.

Get the recipe for Cajun Fried Turkey: Click here »

Features Hide

  • Rotisserie frying uses ⅓ less oil than conventional frying and rotates food continuously for even cooking
  • Fries a whole turkey at a rate of approximately 3½ minutes per pound—cook a 20-pound turkey in just over an hour!
  • Rotisserie removes to convert unit into a deep fryer—perfect for wings, French fries, onion rings and more
  • Fill with water instead of oil to convert unit into a countertop steamer
  • 120-minute countdown timer lets you know when food is ready
  • Viewing window allows you to monitor cooking foods
  • Temperature adjusts from 175°F to 375°F
  • Vented lid releases steam, preventing moisture build-up and keeping fried foods from becoming soggy
  • Spacious enameled reservoir resists corrosion and cleans up easily

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Waring
  • Model: TF200B
  • Material: Stainless steel, aluminum
  • Dimensions: 20½" x 17" x 17½"
  • Capacity: 2½ gal. (accommodates up to a 20-lb. turkey)
  • Weight: 21 lb.
  • Watts: 1800
  • Warranty: 1-year warranty
  • Made in China

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wipe unit clean. Removable parts are dishwasher safe. Do not clean with harsh abrasives or scrubbers
  • Follow all instructions prior to use. Turkey must be fully thawed prior to frying

What's In the box? Show

  • Thermometer
  • Aluminum frying/rotisserie basket
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Best Turkey Ever
This fryer is so convenient, and it makes the most delicious turkey! Last Thanksgiving my 14lb bird was done in under an hour. And my oven was free to bake the pie
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December 2, 2013
Best Turkey Ever
I'm hooked! This is the only way to cook a turkey. Plus it took under an hour to cook my 14lb. bird! It's so quick, easy and delicious! And it freed up the oven to bake my pie
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Sur La Table Store
Size and price both good!
Stephanie C on Feb 11, 2016
My husband and I wanted a good sized deep fryer and found this offer to be exceptional, both size and price.
Looking forward to the arrival.

J. Harvey
Judith H on Dec 11, 2015
It looked easy to use and clean.
carolyn f on Jan 22, 2016
A friend had this exact item and it is awesome. Had to get it too!!!!!!!!
Lori H on Dec 10, 2015
What do you do with the oil when you are done?
Patti on Oct 31, 2014
Best Answer: Check you local garbage company, they may have some options. Additionally, restaurants are collecting cooking oil for collection and re-use, you may want to check with them for options.
Reply · Report · FRANK R on Nov 5, 2015
How much oil do it use?

What type of oil does it use?
Sarah F on Nov 4, 2014
Best Answer: I used vegetable oil from the grocery store (about $7/gallon). Nothing fancy needed. You can't mix oils, though, because the smoke points are different for different oils.
Reply · Report · Dawn L on Dec 2, 2015
How do you remove the oil from the fryer?
A shopper on Oct 29, 2014
Best Answer: I use a large pot that I set on my step stool because it is lower than the fryer and the hose that came with the fryer. Hook it to the front of the fryer where you lift up the door and turn the spout on and let it drain. Very easy to use and very easy to clean up too. Love the waring Pro Rotisserie Turkey Fryer and Steamer.
Reply · Report · MABEL W on Oct 29, 2014
Does this create any smoke while cooking?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2015
Best Answer: I wouldn't say smoke, but it does give off steam, and I'm sure there's some vaporized oil in there which could leave a bit of a coating on your cabinets. The smell is the bigger issue because your kitchen might smell like a stale McDonalds for a couple of days. The 2nd time we used it, we opened a window by the fryer, set it on a butcher block (not under kitchen counters where vaporized oil might collect) and turned the kitchen fan on high, which helped. Doing it outside on a patio would be even better.
Reply · Report · Dawn L on Dec 2, 2015
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Would this also work for cooking a quail or duck? If so, how do the cooking instructions differ?
christie g on Nov 10, 2015
Best Answer: It should. I think there are instructions for chickens. As long as the rotisserie spike can go through what you're cooking, you should be fine. There are instructions on using twine to tie up the wings and tie the bird to the rotisserie spike, so it should work with any bird. You may even be able to fit two on the spike if they are small.
Reply · Report · Dawn L on Dec 2, 2015
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Is this TF200 or TF200B? And what is the different ?
Mei Choo L on Nov 16, 2015
Best Answer: This is the TF200B. It has a modified, more updated rotisserie.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Nov 18, 2015
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Would peanut oil be a good choice?
A shopper on Nov 5, 2015
Best Answer: Yes REFINED peanut oil would work. Just check the smoke point on the label to make sure the smoke point is higher than 400 degrees. I use Crisco oil (NOT THE SOLID SHORTENING), and it works fine. Normally I would not use Crisco and prefer something healthier for high heat cooking like Sunflower, but Crisco comes in one gallon containers which make it more convenient for this fryer. For safety, NEVER mix your oils! Different oils have different smoke points and it could be dangerous.
Reply · Report · Lisa P on Nov 6, 2015
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What is the difference between the digital and the manual fryer? Do they have the same track record for longevity?
Kendel G on Nov 23, 2015
Best Answer: I moved to the digital one because the tray is easier to load being on a track, this timing is more precise and it is a little larger.
Reply · Report · FRANCIE S on Feb 11, 2016
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I've had fried turkeys in the past and they are delicious. But I do miss making gravy from the drippings. What do others do? Just buy jarred gravy from the store?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2015
Best Answer: Never heard of Jarred gravy. Here's what I do. While the turkey is roasting, put the neck in a small saucepan.
Add your favorite herbs. Add a half an onion, sliced. add a slice of fresh ginger. Cover with water and bring to a boil. Turn down to a simmer and cook till the meat pulls easily off the bone and the onion has disintegrated. Strain and set the pan with the liquid aside. To the liquid add one teaspoon of "Better than Bullion". Stir to incorporate. Taste and add salt and pepper. Remember that Better than Bullion is salty.

At the same time, put the giblets and the liver in a small aluminum foil pan, or make one out of foil pinching the corners. Add butter and garlic, salt and pepper, a little marjoram, a little olive oil and 2 slices of bacon. Put it in the oven or a toaster/broiler oven, and cook on medium high till the liver and giblets are browned and the bacon is cooked through. Chop everything up and add it to your turkey liquid. Now you have the basis for a really great gravy.

Just before serving the turkey:

Make a roux out of 2 heaping Tablespoons of melted butter and an equal amount of flour. Bring the liquid pot to a simmer. Add the roux. Stir and thicken.
Add a little white wine, about 1/4 cup should do it. simmer to heat everything through. Serve it in a gravy boat with a ladle.
Reply · Report · Chezchez on Nov 9, 2015
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Can this fryer be used to cook a prime rib???
A shopper on Dec 15, 2015
Best Answer: Theoretically you could cook any piece of meat in this fryer. Not sure that I would abuse a prime rib in this way. But certainly if your were marooned on a desert island with this turkey fryer, and had an electrical outlet to plug it into, and a fresh prime rib floated ashore, and it's raining so you can't start a fire to roast it over, then yes, I suppose I would deep fry a prime rib in this turkey fryer. Hopefully a couple of gallons of cooking oil floated ashore for you as well. And maybe an electric knife or hatchet so you can slice it properly for the natives before they throw you in the fryer instead since the texture of your prime rib will be like leather... Hopefully they will get a nice crispy skin on you, and maybe they will have a nice Cabernet to serve you with...
Reply · Report · Lisa P on Dec 15, 2015
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how easy is it to clean?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2015
Best Answer: Everything comes apart. The unit with the dials and the electric cord lifts out, and then you have the basket (which gets crusty with fried bits), the reservoir for the oil and the rotisserie spike thing. A soak in hot water and Dawn liquid for about 20 minutes was enough so I could just wipe it off. Not a big deal.
Reply · Report · Dawn L on Dec 2, 2015
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It says it has a viewing window to monitor food; I don't see one. If there is a window, where would it be?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2015
Best Answer: On the lid there is enough room you can see inside while it cooking. We did a test run Saturday night with a seven pound chicken. It came out fabulous and clean up was very easy. We are excited to try with our turkeys this year.
Reply · Report · Lynda M on Nov 9, 2015
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