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Frying Times And Temperature Chart - Kenwood DEEP FRYER Owner's Manual

Kenwood deep fryer owner's manual
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We would recommend the use of a good quality oil for
deep frying, such as corn oil or groundnut oil. A good
quality solid fat may also be used. Other oils may be
used if they are specifically recommended by the
manufacturer for deep frying. Never mix different oils or
fat and do not use olive oil, butter or margarine as they
will smoke or bubble over.
Pre-cooked food needs a higher temperature than raw
food.
Cook food thoroughly. The outside may look ready
before the inside is cooked.
Keep your fryer with oil (cooled and strained) inside it,
ready for use. The lid keeps the dust out.
Before frying battered food, drain off excess batter.
To make chips, cut the potatoes up evenly, so they

Frying Times and temperature chart

The frying times given in this chart are a guide only and should be adjusted to suit the different quantities or thickness of
food and to suit your own taste.
Food
Fresh Chips 600g/
1
fill basket
2
(recommended quantity for best results)
Fresh Chips 1Kg
Frozen Chips 800g
FISH
Frozen scampi in breadcrumbs
White fish fillets portions in crumb or batter
Fresh Prawns in batter
CHICKEN
Chicken portions in crumb
Fresh chicken drumsticks in crumb
Frozen Chicken nuggets
FRUIT/VEGETABLES
Fruit fritters 2 – 3pieces
Vegetable fritters
Frozen Onion Rings
Fresh Onions/mushrooms
cook evenly. Rinse and dry before cooking. For best
results use dry floury textured potatoes i.e. King
Edwards or Maris Piper.
To prolong the life of your fryer, filter the oil after each
use and change it after 8 - 10 uses.
Shake off any excess ice before frying frozen foods.
maximum food capacities
fresh chips 1.2 Kg
frozen chips 800g
oil and fat capacities
maximum oil 2.3 litres
minimum oil 1.5 litres
maximum solid fat 2kg
minimum solid fat 1.4kg
Frying Temp
Frying time
190°C
6 – 8 minutes
190°C
9 – 12 minutes
190°C
9 – 11 minutes
170°C
3 – 5 minutes
170°C
10 – 15 minutes (depending on fish thickness)
190°C
3 – 5 minutes
170°C
15 – 20 minutes (small/medium size)
20 – 30 minutes (large size)
170°C
15 minutes
190°C
6 – 8 minutes
190°C
3 – 5 minutes
190°C
3 – 5 minutes
190°C
3 – 5 minutes
150°C
3 – 5 minutes
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