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20 Sheets Dark T Shirt Transfers For Dark And Light Fabrics
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: I got this to fry chicken, which is does okay but seemed to take a long time. So this time with it set to high (370), when the light went out I checked the temp with 3 thermometers; the highest reading I got was 320.No wonder it was taking so long. It's no longer under warranty so it's going in the trash.I like the features and the fact I can fry with one bottle of oil, but if the temperature doesn't go over 320 it's useless.Not recommended.
: I love this fryer. It does a great job on small quantities of food, which is perfect for me, because there are just two of us. I have an older model that I have had for about 8 years, and it is still going strong. I admit, I don't deep fry that much food, but I have been able to depend on it for years when I am craving a handful of onion rings or a few french fries. I have fried calamari, fish for tacos, mushrooms, and even cheese sticks in it to great results. The pic of the fries I posted above were just cooked last night.It is extremely easy to clean, uses a fairly small amount of oil, and does a good job of filtering out that "deep frying" smell that can pervade the kitchen when you are frying. So, why 4 stars? Because it is pretty low capacity. Doing fries for a neighborhood party, I had to do many batches, and keep them warm in the oven. It was a bit of a pain, but I don't often have a reason to have a larger-capacity fryer.
: The fryer is well built with several improvements over the last DeLonghi that I owned. It has a built in timer and an easy drain spout. The temperature will heat to 370 degrees F which is about 20 degrees hotter than most deep fryers.
: This is not an appliance that I use all of the time so I appreciate the fact that it's lightweight and fairly short, making it easy to quickly stow away. I keep it in a cabinet underneath, but it's light enough it could go above as well.What's really nice, however, is that it's so easy to clean. I was surprised that almost ALL of the oil used drains out fairly readily, and then I can simply wipe the non-stick inside out with paper cloths.Finally, because of the way it works, slowly spinning the foods down into the oil and then out again you get crispy foods that aren't soaked with oil.