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Fryer #12359455
07/26/17 06:17 PM
07/26/17 06:17 PM
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Lake Lavon
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Has anyone tried the big boss oil less fryer? I believe they sale them at Walmart, you don't use oil to fry fish.


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Re: Fryer [Re: Sandblaster] #12360380
07/27/17 03:15 AM
07/27/17 03:15 AM
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Joshua, TX
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Yes I have and I didn't care for it for fish. Comes out chewy not crispy.


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Re: Fryer [Re: Sandblaster] #12360472
07/27/17 04:11 AM
07/27/17 04:11 AM
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Just bought the AirFryer XL a month ago. Haven't done fish in it yet, but I've been watching a bunch of Youtube vids of others doing it. You actually use a little bit of oil, but only a teaspoon or a bit of cooking spray.

SoonerDG, you'll probably have to experiment a couple times to get it how you like it. I figure on messing up a few during the learning curve.

These air fryers are basically a small convection oven. Just a heating element and a fan.


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Re: Fryer [Re: Sandblaster] #12360715
07/27/17 01:28 PM
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The two batches that I have seen cooked out of 2 different models looked liked fish fried in oil that sat around for an hour.

The meat was done and moist, but the breading was not crisp and dry.

Re: Fryer [Re: Sandblaster] #12361432
07/27/17 08:45 PM
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Thanks for the input guys.


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Re: Fryer [Re: Sandblaster] #12361748
07/28/17 01:27 AM
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An oil less fryer to fry fish sounds like a terrible idea but I'm kinda mule headed in my ways according to my other half!!! roflmao

Re: Fryer [Re: Slewfoot] #12361861
07/28/17 02:24 AM
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Originally Posted By: Slewfoot
An oil less fryer to fry fish sounds like a terrible idea but I'm kinda mule headed in my ways according to my other half all others!!! roflmao


There, corrected it for you. woot


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