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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.

  • Manufacturer: Waring
  • Model: TF200B
  • Includes: Thermometer, aluminum frying/rotisserie basket
  • Material: Stainless steel, aluminum
  • Care: Hand wipe unit clean. Removable parts are dishwasher safe. Do not clean with harsh abrasives or scrubbers
  • Use: Follow all instructions prior to use. Turkey must be fully thawed prior to frying
  • 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
FEATURES
  • 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
Get the recipe for Cajun Fried Turkey: Click here »
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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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good price
clarence k on Nov 18, 2014
This looks like a much less greasy and dangerous way for my husband and son-in-law to fry a turkey like they have always wanted to. And a good sale today.
Kathleen D on Nov 17, 2014
It seems convenient and easy to use.
Michelle W on Nov 17, 2014
good price and I have always wanted to cook a turkey deep fat fried
Claudia h on Nov 16, 2014
What do you do with the oil when you are done?
Patti on Oct 31, 2014
Best Answer: The oil needs to be discarded after use.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Nov 3, 2014
How much oil do it use?

What type of oil does it use?
Sarah F on Nov 4, 2014
Best Answer: 2 1/2 gal of vegetable oil.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Nov 5, 2014
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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.
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