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I've been craving wings for awhile now, and I know some poeple have listed a couple of restaurants that have wings that are ok for us to eat, but none of them are really near me and I think I'd just rather make my own.

Anyone have any reccomendations for a deep fryer?

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I hear that a major fast food company has one that actually removes the gluten from food.

Sorry.....................I couldn't resist. I am such a smart @*&! :P

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I don't deep-fry my wings. I bake them in the oven at about 450. They take longer but they're slightly more healthy that way. And they taste great.

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I've been craving wings for awhile now, and I know some poeple have listed a couple of restaurants that have wings that are ok for us to eat, but none of them are really near me and I think I'd just rather make my own.

Anyone have any reccomendations for a deep fryer?

We have a 6qt Deep Fryer by Presto that we got at Walmart. It works perfectly and will steam veggie too, not that we ever do LOL. I did not research it, I bought it purely based on price/size and been happy with it.

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Well I was going to post this too, I am going this weekend to buy one as well in light of the McDonalds thing.. my daughter and I don't very often eat fried food but once in a while we get a hankering for fries. My best friend has a Tfal and loves it, other then that you might want to check on epinions and see if any are reviewed.

Susan

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Thanks guys! I'm glad to hear the feedback on the Frydaddy. I've heard from some people to get that one, and other people hate it. I think I'll pass on that one.

Anyone know anything about the Delonghi one? I know someone that got that for Christmas and likes it, but it's on the pricier side so I'd love another opinion.

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why don't I like the Fry Daddy, first of all it's too small, second, I want one with a drop in basket, not one that I have to fish food out of with a scoop. Third, I want one that I can adjust the temperature on. This one only has one temp. And not all the recipes I have call for the same frying temperature. I don't know if there is one that you can adjust the temp. or not, but I would like that feature.

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why don't I like the Fry Daddy, first of all it's too small, second, I want one with a drop in basket, not one that I have to fish food out of with a scoop. Third, I want one that I can adjust the temperature on. This one only has one temp. And not all the recipes I have call for the same frying temperature. I don't know if there is one that you can adjust the temp. or not, but I would like that feature.

Mine has a basket, temp adjuster and is 6 quarts. Did you look at the link I pasetd above? I would argee it be a PITB with out the basket though! Did not know them made them like that. Seems stupid.

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I looked at that link, didn't realize that you could also fry in it...

yep, major PITB without a basket

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I looked at that link, didn't realize that you could also fry in it...

yep, major PITB without a basket

Yea that looks just like mine, but I all I use it for is frying. Since you got a frier, you should try dep fried hotdogs! I used the Kinininick Breading and cut oscar myer dogs in 1/3rds, breaded then droped (GENTLY!) in to 400 degree oil for like a min or so till dark. Was very tastry. Bewarned though the oil wont realy be usable for fries after that, unless you want your fries to taste like breaded hotdogs :D

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http://www.target.com/gp/detail.html/ref=b...asin=B000660VAC

I have a Rival Deep Fryer ~ hope the link works... I just got it after Christmas and we have loved it so far. Has a basket, a top goes over it all so there is no splashing of hot oil. So far I've made a bunch of safe chicken nuggets, fries, even some doughnuts once. Clean-up is a breeze! It all goes in the dishwasher except the heating element.

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