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On 11/26/2020 at 7:21 PM, SigmundChurchill said:

I always wanted to fry a turkey, but I didn't want to be one of those idiots that lights his house (or worse) on fire.  A friend told me about an electric turkey fryer that he uses.  It is still a deep fryer that you fill with oil, but it has an electric heating element at the bottom of the tank, inside the oil, instead of propane and a flame, so you can even use it indoors.  Since there is no flame, even if the oil pours out the sides, it cant catch on fire.

So I fried a turkey for the first time ever tonight.  It was a huge hit.  It tasted much better than turkey was ever supposed to taste.  The whole family loved it.

Deep fried turkey is always a hit! 

If using gas to cook one, I recommend shutting off the gas when the turkey submerged until you know it's safe to light again.  Been there when it bubbles over and catches on fire.  Also, doing a pre-dunk with the fryer filled with water to know how much oil to pour in.

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On 11/26/2020 at 7:21 PM, SigmundChurchill said:

I always wanted to fry a turkey, but I didn't want to be one of those idiots that lights his house (or worse) on fire.  A friend told me about an electric turkey fryer that he uses.  It is still a deep fryer that you fill with oil, but it has an electric heating element at the bottom of the tank, inside the oil, instead of propane and a flame, so you can even use it indoors.  Since there is no flame, even if the oil pours out the sides, it cant catch on fire.

So I fried a turkey for the first time ever tonight.  It was a huge hit.  It tasted much better than turkey was ever supposed to taste.  The whole family loved it.

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You have inspired me to get this turkey fryer for next year.. Amazing! 

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1 hour ago, prshah25 said:

You have inspired me to get this turkey fryer for next year.. Amazing! 

It is a Masterbuilt Butterball 20 lb Turkey Fryer.

My friend told me that back when he bought it, they were going for $250.  But now, the going price is only $99.

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