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USEFUL FRYING TIPS:
• We do not recommend to mix different oils, or old and new oil together.
• Pieces of food should be equal in size and thickness to ensure that they cook evenly.
• Thicker french fries or chicken pieces will take longer to cook.
• Damp food, such as fresh french fries or vegetables must be dried thoroughly before
frying for crispier results.
• Remove any loose ice from frozen foods before frying to avoid overflows.
• Always wait for the temperature ready light to go out before lowering the basket into
• Add salt and pepper after frying, when food has been removed from the fryer.
• Not all frozen foods are ready to fry : non-breaded fish fillets and whole fish, must be
thoroughly thawed first, then can be prepared in the same manner as fresh food.
• Pre-cooked potato chips, fish croquettes,breaded fish fillets...etc. do not need to be
• When frying frozen food, use a smaller quantity than when frying fresh food (not more
than 3/4 of basket capacity, i.e. 900 g/2 lbs.)
• Use the special frozen food position (***) on the thermostat. If solid shortening is used,
set the thermostat to 180°C/356°F.
• Shake frozen foods well to remove any small pieces of ice before placing in the frying
Fresh cut french fries 1
Fresh cut french fries 2
Fish fillets* (4)
Chicken quarters* (8)
Fish fingers* (12/15)
Fried zucchini** (12/15)
Onions rings** (10/12)
Apple beignets** (8/9)
Frozen french fries 1
Frozen french fries 2
Frozen fish fillets (4)
Frozen fish sticks* (12)
Frozen shrimp** (15)
1 Maximum limit for food capacity.
2 Optimum food capacity for best results.
* Coating with breadcrumbs : first dip pieces in flour and then in egg mixture
before rolling in breadcrumbs.
** Frying batter