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Masterbuilt 30 qt. Turkey Fryer with Timer*
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Masterbuilt 30 qt. Turkey Fryer with Timer*

Item# 07113263000P | Model# 20020209 | Added on June 22, 2012
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*Seasonal item with limited availabilityHeavy duty propane turkey fryer will last for years.  Extra large 30qt pot allows you to fry turkeys up to 18lbs.  Electronic timer with automatic shut-off prevents unattended fryers from overheating.  Stainless steel thermometer included for consistent oil temperatures.  Includes a turkey hanger hook and a wide-handle lifting hook for safely lowering turkeys into the cooker.
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by Bujjy
January 6th, 2012
Masterbuilt 30 qt Turkey fryer is the best bang for the buck

This was my first attempt at frying a turkey and I didn't want to spend a lot of money. I figured if it was gonna be worth it I would get a better unit down the line. After I used the Masterbuilt I am hooked. First I will never bake another turkey. Second I had heard so many nightmare stories about turkey fryers I was afraid. I did my YOUTUBE research and found a bunch of safety videos.(Watched some of the fires too!) I followed the directions to keep it away from anything that could burn and I made sure to turn it off before I lowered the turkey into the grease. My bird came out so delicious my kids thought it was chicken breast. And don't forget to get yourself a good injector so you can make your own flavors. I used Teriyaki and when I say delicious... Long story short I fried a 14 lb Turkey and there was nothing but bones left on the table. This unit works great and for the money its worth its weight in Turkey.

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by bree11698
December 8th, 2011
Turkey Fryer that doesn't stay on

I bought this for Thanksgiving day. Let me just say it tasted great cooking it in here. The only problem was it continued to turn off. We had to relight it repeatedly. We thought maybe it was too windy so we put it in an enclosed detached room. It still continued to turn off and you would have to keep checking on it every minute to make sure it was still lit.

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Christine C.
January 17th, 2013
Castlesdad

nice

The pan is cheap! Cheap Cheap Cheap. It works but the pan was bent a bit after first turkey. Maybe from the heat. The stands are screwed rather than welded but the dual screws make it sturdy. I recommend this on a hurry purchase but if you have the time and money buy a better one. I like it but I will be buying another this year that has a welded frame and a flat top.

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keith balsamo

need one

would like to try this some day

November 13th, 2012
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Debra Hoffman

recommend it to all that can follow instructions

my husband introduced me to fried turkey about 7yrs ago and haven't eaten a baked one again it cooks a half the time meat is moist and crispy outside NOTE DRY OFF MEAT BEFORE LOWERING AND LOWER SLOWLY OR YOU WILL MOST LIKELY START A FIRE!!!
This is an excellent price especially if it comes with the burner stand. Tip: use peanut oil if not allergic you'll not need buch of other spices

October 26th, 2012
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Valerie Mulroy
September 25th, 2012
RON MORROW

Great size fits most turkeys, easy cleanup!

This 30Qt. fryer works excellent for most sizes of turkeys. Also anything else you want to fry up :). Just be sure you are extremely safe whenever using an open pot fryer like this and cook in a well ventilated area (driveway or patio is best) and have fire safety just in case.

August 28th, 2012
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Randy Fulgham
August 5th, 2012
Bujjy

Masterbuilt 30 qt Turkey fryer is the best bang for the buck

<p>This was my first attempt at frying a turkey and I didn't want to spend a lot of money. I figured if it was gonna be worth it I would get a better unit down the line. After I used the Masterbuilt I am hooked. First I will never bake another turkey. Second I had heard so many nightmare stories about turkey fryers I was afraid. I did my YOUTUBE research and found a bunch of safety videos.(Watched some of the fires too!) I followed the directions to keep it away from anything that could burn and I made sure to turn it off before I lowered the turkey into the grease. My bird came out so delicious my kids thought it was chicken breast. And don't forget to get yourself a good injector so you can make your own flavors. I used Teriyaki and when I say delicious... Long story short I fried a 14 lb Turkey and there was nothing but bones left on the table. This unit works great and for the money its worth its weight in Turkey.</p>

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frydaddy

Great product for the price! I would recommend this fryer.

<p>I bought this for Thanksgiving this year after purchasing the North American Saf-T Fryer. Bottom line, this was less expensive and a better product. I couldn't even get the Saf-T Fryer to light, and I followed the directions so it wasn't me. This fryer was easy to assemble, lit the first time I tried and overall worked great! I would definitely recommend this to any first-time user or turkey-frying pro. The only downfall is it was hard to get the oil back up to 350 degrees after putting in the turkey. Next time I'll make sure the turkey is closer to room temperature and fry a smaller turkey. I fried a 16.5 pound bird and would probably go down to 12-14 pounds in the future, but not because the meat was overdone. Great product and I wouldn't hesitate recommending it.</p>

December 9th, 2011 via sears.com
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bree11698

Turkey Fryer that doesn't stay on

<p>I bought this for Thanksgiving day. Let me just say it tasted great cooking it in here. The only problem was it continued to turn off. We had to relight it repeatedly. We thought maybe it was too windy so we put it in an enclosed detached room. It still continued to turn off and you would have to keep checking on it every minute to make sure it was still lit.</p>

December 8th, 2011 via sears.com
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