Butterball Electric Turkey Fryer – Next years turkey in a third of the time


There is nothing new about having turkey for the holidays, but being able to cook a delicious one in just a few minutes per pound is revolutionary. Masterbuilt’s Butterball Electric Turkey Fryer can do just that. Cook up to a 14 pound turkey to juicy, tasty perfection in less than an hour. It is ideal for indoor use, is considered countertop safe and has an automatic temperature control as well as a built in timer.

The Butterball Fryer also uses a third less oil than conventional fryers, which means less waste and healthier low fat cooking.

Turkey frying used to be a bit dangerous, okay, let’s be honest, it was downright hair-raising, dropping a giant bird into a searing vat of grease while at the same time jumping back in order to avoid the 3rd degree lap burns that could possibly ensue if you were not quick enough. The Butterball Fryer is much safer and more efficient, with a specialized basket, a folding lid with a window, and a drain valve for easy cleaning.

This turkey fryer can also be used to fry chickens, fish, french fries or even donuts. It is great for large gatherings, and I promise you everyone will love the moist, amazing bird you will be able to turn out in no time. I don’t own one because I never wanted the whole gang at my house for Thanksgiving, but if I did, this would be the best way to make the ultimate bird every time.

Available at www.amazon.com for a post Thanksgiving $109.94

Source: www.masterbuilt.com

6 reviews or comments

warren Jones Says: November 27, 2010 at 7:36 pm

Is the Butterball Electric Turkey Fryer Underwriters Laboratory approved?

carol Says: November 28, 2010 at 9:44 am

only danger was the oil gets trapped in the cavity of the turkey by way of how it is placed in basket

Julie Says: November 28, 2010 at 5:51 pm

Yup, Model 20010109 UL Approved.

Lars Pehrsson Says: November 29, 2010 at 1:47 am

“healthier low fat cooking”… It really doesn’t matter if you use a half or two gallons of oil. It still floats around in oil. Calling that “low fat cooking” is just ridiculous.

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