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Re: Fryers

PostPosted: July 30th, 2020, 6:00 pm
by onefishtwofish
Just saw this. Get the 4 gallon for sure. Clean up is so dang easy. Oil stays good for multiple cooks and you just drain it back into the jug with a filter. Could not be easier. When you want to cook for a lot of folks, you can run it in waves - fish and puppies or fries on either side. Folks can start eating right away. I use mine more often for frying wild turkey strips. I dunk them in pancake batter and then roll in corn flakes. They are awesome, but a terrible mess. No big deal with the Bayou Classic!

After draining most of the oil, a little soap and a hose nozzle under pressure and it is clean -a 10 minute job. No sticking at all.

Re: Fryers

PostPosted: July 30th, 2020, 7:25 pm
by Red Beard
onefishtwofish wrote:Just saw this. Get the 4 gallon for sure. Clean up is so dang easy. Oil stays good for multiple cooks and you just drain it back into the jug with a filter. Could not be easier. When you want to cook for a lot of folks, you can run it in waves - fish and puppies or fries on either side. Folks can start eating right away. I use mine more often for frying wild turkey strips. I dunk them in pancake batter and then roll in corn flakes. They are awesome, but a terrible mess. No big deal with the Bayou Classic!

After draining most of the oil, a little soap and a hose nozzle under pressure and it is clean -a 10 minute job. No sticking at all.

I second the turkey strips in pancake batter!!


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