Monthly Archives: October 2014

Your electric indoor turkey fryer is a valuable addition to your kitchen. Here are easy tips onthumbs-up-butterball-turkey-fryer caring for it so you’ll enjoy your fryer for years to come.

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Learn How to Make an Indoor Deep Fried Turkey

Posted October 27th, 2014. Filed under Food Tips

Deep frying turkey is an American tradition that began in the south. Now, families across the country love preparing turkey in fryers. In the old days it was done outside, since propane was required. Although some people tried frying turkey indoors, the method was quite dangerous.

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Not just any oil will do for frying turkey in your indoor Butterball turkey fryer. Oil plays a fundamental role in how the finished product turns out.

Frying turkey is easy but there are certain rules to follow if you want a deep-fried turkey with that golden brown look, juicy meat and crispy crackling skin. Take the oil, for instance. Turkey should be fried with oil that has a high smoke point (others call it flash point.) Here’s why:

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Indoor vs Outdoor Turkey Fryer: Which is Better?

Posted October 22nd, 2014. Filed under Fryer Tips

It’s the usual dilemma. Buying a turkey fryer means choosing between an outdoor or an indoor type. Here’s a detailed dissection of each to help you decide.

The main difference between the outdoor turkey fryer and the indoor turkey fryer is their source of heat. The outdoor type uses propane gas and the indoor fryer uses electricity. The electric turkey fryer used for comparison here uses oil, like the indoor Butterball turkey fryer, since there are oil-less electric fryers, too.

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Take Your Turkey Fryer Tailgating

Posted October 19th, 2014. Filed under Food Fryer

Tailgate parties and turkeys – two of America’s best-loved traditions! Bring your turkey fryer to your next tailgate party and be proud of your ancestry.

Football, food and fun – what better way to describe a tailgate party? Actually, any sporting event is a good excuse for tailgating and with fall upon us, tailgate parties are inevitable as the chill wind and autumn leaves. Tailgating is a great time for bonding with friends over beer and food, and pumping up team spirit amid an energetic vibe.

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Cleaning Your Electric Butterball Turkey Fryer

Posted October 14th, 2014. Filed under Fryer Tips

The meal is over. You’re stuffed from all of the mashed potatoes, delicious pies, and of course the tender, juicy turkey you fried in your Electric Butterball Turkey draining-electric-turkey-fryerFryer. But now you face the daunting task of cleaning up. If you had your way you’d just hire a maid to come and clean the kitchen top to bottom. But while the men sleep in the chair or watch their favorite football team on TV, you know the cleaning will all be left to you.

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While it might be called a turkey fryer, when you purchase the Indoor Butterball Turkey Fryer you’ll have an appliance that does much more than cook a delicious, crispy turkey. What you’ll get is a deep fryer that uses minimal oil to fry a variety of meats, breaded vegetables, and even some desserts. It can also double as a steamer, so when it’s filled with water you’ll be able to cook up a healthy meal of shellfish, potatoes, and your favorite vegetable.

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The Best Side Dishes for a Fried Turkey

Posted October 10th, 2014. Filed under Food Tips

Turkey is Thanksgiving’s stellar attraction but the side dishes you serve could make you the compleat cook. Here are food that best complement the turkey. Many Americans stick to the traditional dishes of Thanksgiving, with a few variations borne out of changing tastes and times. The fried turkey has become widely popular, surpassing that of its customary roasted counterpart, because most people find it tastier and cooking time is significantly cut short. But if turkey is the occasion’s main event, its side dishes play just as vital roles in making Thanksgiving dinner an opportune time for bonding and catching up with extended family members and their lives.

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