Russell Hobbs 24570 Deep Fryer, Black

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Russell Hobbs 24570 Deep Fryer, Black

Russell Hobbs 24570 Deep Fryer, Black

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However, it’s the design of the Russell Hobbs Digital that ensures the fryer is incredibly user-friendly. It’s been made so it disassembles into five main parts. The lid pulls out from the base, while the heating element that sits within the oil is attached to the slot-in control panel. The basket and oil pan both lift out from the base unit, which only needs a cursory wipe-over to remove any residue. First, it has an observation window. This feature completely removes the need for you to open the lid while frying, eliminating the risk of hot oil splatter. In testing, it heated up to its maximum 190°C in just under eight minutes and was easy to open and close thanks to a small lip on the edge of the lid. Decanting the used oil was a bit messy, but otherwise, this is an easy-to-manage, trouble-free fryer. Another thing to look out for is that the basket stand doesn't completely raise it out of the oil. So if you're doing a double-dip fry, as I like to do with chips, the bottom can overcook.

Even though you are losing some space due to the dual compartment element, the Cookworks Twin Professional Fryer still has an impressive 1.8kg food capacity and a 5l oil capacity in total, making it plenty big enough for most household deep-frying jobs. Other features include a safety cut-out, removable bowl, adjustable temperatures from 130 to 190 degrees celsius and a cool zone that keeps the oil fresher for longer. For the price, this fryer really gets the job done and is easy to clean too. Finally, the variable control function allows even first-timers to have perfect control over the temperature on their fryer. The 24580 Model deep-fat fryer comes fromRusselHobbs, a British household appliance manufacturer that needs no introduction. Apart from the massive oil and food capacity, extensive safety features, and fast-heating oil tank, the 24580 deep-fat fryer has several functions that contribute to safer, more efficient frying. The fryer has filters, which need to be replaced every month or so, although these are designed to stop steam and fatty vapours it is still best used in a well-ventilated area, by a window or under an extraction fan.For those who are new to deep fat frying, this is the perfect model to try – it’s affordable, simple to use, and comes with sufficient guidance to help you get the best results. It’s also great for families, thanks to its safety features and generous capacity. Bear in mind that the appliance may take up quite a bit of space due to its large basket. For reference, the unit spans 39 cm long, 26.5 cm wide, and 25.6 cm tall, so make sure to free up your cupboard or counter accordingly. Digital Timer

As mentioned, the exterior of the appliance does not overheat, so accidentally touching the unit’s sides while cooking will not lead to severe burns. Although, this does not mean you can completely neglect safety protocols. Make sure you keep the appliance in a safe area that your children cannot reach. If you're new to using a deep-fat fryer the Russell Hobbs guide provided isn't really the best introduction to cooking. I've found following their recipes and suggested temperatures to be inaccurate and results in overdone chips. Getting the best from the fryer starts with the instructions, which set out a guide to coatings and batter, frying times and tips, as well as recommended oils to use fr best results. Traditionally, families avoided getting deep fat fryers since these appliances were too risky to have around children. After all, a gallon of hot oil is not the most family-friendly substance. I found the slow lowering feature to be most useful when frying chips, helping to reduce any splashes. The other feature that came in handy for chips was the timer. Admittedly, it isn’t a timer that will stop cooking; it simply counts down minutes then seconds. It will beeps until it’s stopped, rather than ceasing automatically.Treating the whole family to a regular fish and chip supper can be pricey, especially when all you really need is the Russell Hobbs Digital Deep Fryer. It’s ideal for whipping up everything from tempura battered veggies and crispy noodles to sweet fried treats, thanks to its large-capacity bowl, handy timer and a cleverly designed basket. Another feature that’s heavily in its favour is that it all splits apart after it’s cooled down for cleaning – allowing you to produce perfectly crisp frying results, mess- and fuss-free. What you need to know Keep browsing My Home Selection if you liked our Russell Hobbs deep-fat fryer review. We offer various resources detailing the best kitchenware and appliances to add to your cooking space.

Another huge plus is how easy it is to clean. There are only five components to the fryer, which make it simple to take apart and wash, ready for a new batch of oil. Key specs – Oil capacity: 3l; Max food capacity: 850g; Features: Safety cut out; Easy cleaning: Removable enamelled oil tank; Size: 22 x 22 x 37.5cm (WDH) Considering the extensive safety features of the 24580 deep-fat fryer, families with small children can also consider getting this model. They do not pose the same hazards that conventional fryers do. The 24580 deep fryer has a massive threshold that would put other residential deep fryers to shame. You can maximise its deep food basket that carries up to 1.2 kilograms of food and its massive tank capable of heating a gallon of oil to cook for the entire household in one go. This feature especially benefits those who dislike frying in multiple small batches.Third, it has a convenient basket. Unlike what other fryers use, the frying basket on the 24580 deep-fat fryer allows you to access your food mid-process without the risk of burning your hands.

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