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Butterball XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer
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Butterball

XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer

  • Cook your turkey in 3-1/2 to 4 minutes per pound
  • Space-saving design to take up minimal space on the counter
  • Quickly heats to decrease preparation time
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Fry, boil and steam all your favorite foods with the Butterball XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer. It has a 1650-watt electric heating element to quickly heat oil up and save you time. Using this safe and powerful fryer, you can cook turkeys that are up to 20 lbs. in just 3-1/2 to 4 minutes per pound.

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Can you fry chicken

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Yes!
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December 8, 2015
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Absolutely! You can fry an entire chicken, chicken wings, and pieces. Just ensure you season it well, and pat dry (real well) prior to adding to the oil.
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Yes you can fry chicken and it is easy to clean. I fried a 17lbs turkey.
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December 3, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in the Butterball XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer. This unit can be used to fry chicken.
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Can I get a 21 lb turkey to cook in this fryer

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December 17, 2015
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I probably would not do this. If you go to the MasterBuilt website, they have a larger unit, the XXL that may do the job for you.
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Yes, Definetley. I would not try to get one over 25 pounds.
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November 30, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in the Butterball XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer. We do not recommend cooking a 21 lb turkey in this fryer.
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November 27, 2015
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No. The maximum size is stated on this website, on the box & in the infomercial.
20 pounds is the limit.
You *might* squeeze a 21#er in there...& it *might* even cook; this time. But who knows what'll happen next time?
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November 16, 2015
What is the level of smoke this makes? does it take a long time to heat? How does everyone dispose of that much oil?
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November 25, 2015
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Happy Family is correct but oil selection is key to good vs. great turkey. So long as no one is allegic to it I strongly recommend 100% peanut oil for best flavor and being able to easily handle the high heat of proper frying. You can use this in the kitchen but I wouldn't if at all possible due to all the people that usually move around the kitchen this time of year and the potential for a hot oil burn Read More
Happy Family is correct but oil selection is key to good vs. great turkey. So long as no one is allegic to it I strongly recommend 100% peanut oil for best flavor and being able to easily handle the high heat of proper frying. You can use this in the kitchen but I wouldn't if at all possible due to all the people that usually move around the kitchen this time of year and the potential for a hot oil burn by accident to someone. I use my porch to be on the safe side. If you do need a longer cord make sure it is rated heavier than the cord on the unit and keep it as short as possible for safety. I have gotten up to 5 turkeys/chickens from one box of peanut oil. If you want to extend the life of the oil make sure to strain it when you return the completely cooled oil to the container, with either a screen in a funnel or coffee filter, to catch all the solids that remain in the oil. IMPORTANT: do not fry fish and expect to reuse that oil unless you want everything you cook afterwards to not smell like fish.
The oil is completely bio-degradable and sometimes your local market will take it. Check with your trash hauler for their direction as well.
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You better not get smoke! Smoke means fire. This appliance does NOT smoke when used properly.
The oil takes about 45 minutes to heat up.
The oil is good for more than just frying one turkey. After you use it, let the oil cool. Drain & strain it through paper towels/coffee filter back into the original container. You can make fried chicken in this, hot wings, French fries, onion rings. As a matter of
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You better not get smoke! Smoke means fire. This appliance does NOT smoke when used properly.
The oil takes about 45 minutes to heat up.
The oil is good for more than just frying one turkey. After you use it, let the oil cool. Drain & strain it through paper towels/coffee filter back into the original container. You can make fried chicken in this, hot wings, French fries, onion rings. As a matter of fact, making French fries will add to the life of the oil.
Once it is all done in (darkened color/noticeable smell), drain back into that original container & find a used cooking oil recycle center. Inquire with your local refuse hauler, they have all that kind of info.
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When you've finished with your oil (btw, it can be used beyond the ONE turkey at Thanksgiving: fry some frozen French fries and it will help to extend the life of your oil# anyways, once it has cooled completely, drain it back into the container you bought it in. To dispose, find out from your local trash collector; they may have specific guidelines for you to follow. #In our area, we are able to take Read More
When you've finished with your oil (btw, it can be used beyond the ONE turkey at Thanksgiving: fry some frozen French fries and it will help to extend the life of your oil# anyways, once it has cooled completely, drain it back into the container you bought it in. To dispose, find out from your local trash collector; they may have specific guidelines for you to follow. #In our area, we are able to take any used cooking oil to the recycle/transfer station and they dispose of it with a bio-fuel company) Read Less
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November 17, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in the Butterball XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer. This unit takes 20-30 minutes to heat the oil and should produce steam. This unit will only produce smoke if the oil is burning. This fryer comes equipped with a drain valve and spout to drain used oil back into the oil container.
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What is the weight of this Turkey Fryer. Thanks

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Empty it is not heavy at all ( less than 12 pounds is my estimate). The drain spout makes emptying the oil a snap so you don't have to move it when full of 3 gallons of oil.
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Bought mine last year and am still enjoying it. I can cook a 12-14lb turkey, fry fish, french fries or chicken and it works great...
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May 22, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in the XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer. This unit weighs a total of 19.75300 lbs.
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Butterball XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer weighs 19.62 pounds.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 155 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this thing Really happy with the purchase good build had a bit of trouble getting the basket in and out of the unit but not a big enough pain to lower the rating September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It is always awesome when a product works as advertised. Works great, relatively easy to drain and clean. High build quality, well thought out and well engineered. You can safely fry a turkey indoors. Used it on Thanksgiving and it worked beautifully. Completed a 14 lb turkey and a 9 lb breast, both in under 3 hours. Both! Have used it since Thanksgiving to fry wings. Looking forward to steaming some seafood in the coming weeks. This was a definite buy would do it again. I said it is relatively easy to clean, because it is a large product, so everyone may not have the space to wash it in their sink, not a big deal for me. December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The best gift I could give my son! I bought this as a gift for my son He loves it I now have to buy one for me! August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Thanksgiving turkey ever! I'm always looking for a different way to cook my turkey. Over the last few years, it has not turned out the way I expected. Not anymore. We grilled not one, but two turkeys on Thanksgiving day. It was fast, the turkey was crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. I will never go back to the old way of making a Turkey. If you've never tried deep frying a turkey, I highly recommend it. December 30, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good I love the fryer. I have a large family and they love fried chicken. I can get 15 chicken drumsticks and 12 pieces of fish fillets. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Thoroughly cooked my 17 pounder in 68 mins Bought it for Thanksgiving 2016. Took about 45 mins to heat up 2.75 Gallons of peanut oil and the turkey was done all the way thru in less than 70 minutes. The turkey was juicy and was a hit at dinner. The basket fit my turkey just fine and the entire turkey was submerged in the oil. I was able to fry it on the kitchen counter. The timer is a nice addition. December 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BEST FRYER EVER!!! I purchased this Butterball deep fryer for my husband as an early X-mas present. He can't stop using it..lol (He wants to deep fry everything). Not only do we deep fry, we also use this as a seafood boiler/steamer. Let's just say I do not have to stand in line to get my seafood platters anymore. This product is very easy to assemble, as well as disassemble. Clean up is very easy. This product does require a large counter surface. My husband as requested a second Butterball deep fryer. My one con is ... I wish the cord was longer. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great fryer It fries everything great,good easy to frying just great June 24, 2016
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