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Breville Smart Fryer

Cook perfect restaurant-style fries, delicious donuts, hot wings, fish and so much more with this innovative electronic deep fryer from Breville. Fryer features seven preset functions that adjust time and oil temperature to suit the food being...Read More

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Cook perfect restaurant-style fries, delicious donuts, hot wings, fish and so much more with this innovative electronic deep fryer from Breville. Fryer features seven preset functions that adjust time and oil temperature to suit the food being fried.

  • Manufacturer: Breville
  • Model: BDF500XL
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Care: Hand wipe clean
  • Dimensions: 17.7" x 11.6" x 12.2"
  • Capacity: 4 qt. holds 2½ lb. of food
  • Weight: 9 lb., 2 oz.
  • Watts: 1800 W
  • Warranty: 1-year limited warranty
  • Made in China
FEATURES
  • Seven preset functions—gourmet fries, French fries, fish, nuggets, wings, donuts and custom—automatically set temperature and time based on the food being cooked
  • Fresh and Frozen settings automatically change the time and temperature based on the food being cooked
  • Illuminated easy-read LCD screen automatically indicates time, temperature and pre-programmed cooking functions
  • Innovative twice-fried function controls cooking parameters throughout both frying cycles to deliver perfect, restaurant-style fries
  • Large viewing window allows you to monitor food as it cooks
  • CoolZone technology: crumbs and food debris fall into cooler oil, preventing excess burning and extending oil life
  • User-friendly features like cord storage, non-slip feet and easy-clean stainless steel exterior
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Sur La Table Store
It looks the most similar to an older one of a different brand.
Mark C on Jun 1, 2015
looks like the best for what we need to fry donuts, fish, etc
dan g on Apr 1, 2015
Gift
Lynn R on May 27, 2015
Was recommended to me
Joanne C on Mar 31, 2015
How do you drain the oil from this fryer?
A shopper on Jan 20, 2014
Best Answer: You can remove the inner frying bowl by grasping the rim and lifting upwards.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Jan 21, 2014
What are the additional details on this fryer?

What is the size of the basket-height, width and depth?How much oil does it take?Is there a basket press available to keep donuts or pastries under oil?Thank
A shopper on Nov 12, 2013
Best Answer: The basket is 8 1/4""L x 6""W x 4 1/4""H. It holds approximately 4 quarts or 2.5lbs of food. It requires 4 quarts of oil. This fryer does not come with a basket press
Reply · Report · MelissaSLTCS on Nov 12, 2013
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Please describe how to remove oil from the appliance. The previous question was not adequately responded to.

Is there a drain enabling oil to be removed from the appliance? Another reviewer asked how to drain the oil from the basket and the response talked about lifting the inner basket. That does not answer the question at hand. How is oil removed/drained from the appliance after use? A specific answer is requested.
A shopper on Feb 7, 2014
Best Answer: You can remove the inner frying bowl by grasping the rim and lifting upwards. This enables you to dump the oil from the frying bowl. There is no drain, and the previous answer refers to the bowl that contains the oil, not the basket. It has to be removed and dumped
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Feb 10, 2014
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Oil temperature

What is the max oil temp and how long does it take the unit to heat the oil? Thanks.
Terps on May 28, 2014
Best Answer: From the manual:

"All oils have different smoke points. Smoke points are the point at which the fat begins to break down into visible gaseous products. The smoke point of different fats is determined by the free fatty acid content of the fat. Generally, the lower the free fatty acid content the more stable the fat and the higher the smoke point. Free fatty acid levels are generally lower in refined vegetable oils with a smoke point of around 445 degrees F. Where as animal fats are around 375 degrees F. The smoke point of a deep-frying fat is lowered every time it is used. Food particles are always left behind after cooking. This will also lower the smoke point of the fat." Suitable oils for deep frying include: Peanut oil, Vegetable oil, Canola oil, Safflower oil and Rice Bran oil
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on May 29, 2014
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The max temp was not answered adequately as I believe the asker wanted to know what the min/max temp this appliance allows for. If you compare this to the WS Breville fryer they have on their site, it states: Easy-to-use control dial adjusts cooking temperatures from 320° to 375°F. With that said, what are the min/max temps and how long does it take to heat it up to the highest temp?
Ida E on Dec 20, 2014
Best Answer: The information provided in my previous answer is directly from the manual, as stated. There isn't one simple answer to either of those questions, as many different oils are suitable for use, thus leaving the answer variable. Suitable oils have a max temp range of 375° to 445°. Minimum & max times to heat the oil are not provided, as that will depend largely on the type of oil & it's temperature prior to heating.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 20, 2014
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How does the cool zone work? Does it act as a filter?
Cheryl P on Dec 4, 2014
Best Answer: Debris falls into cooler oil, preventing excess burning and extending oil life.
Reply (1) · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 4, 2014
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Do you need to add a gallon of oil to use fryer?
Jade L on Dec 20, 2014
Best Answer: No. It takes a minimum of 2.5qts, which is a little over a half gallon.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 24, 2014
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How about coconut oil? I recently purchased some -organic variety- and know it is a 'healthy' oil which has many uses.
kim k on Jan 29, 2015
Best Answer: I have a jar of organic cold pressed coconut oil at home & it specifies that it's not intended for use in deep frying. You might want to check your jar.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Jan 29, 2015
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