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I want to replace our old chip fryer with a new new and easy to wash one. Easy methinks, get on Google and .................... FFS, every result of the first page was for a site that compares prices. What a complete PITA. The internet is being ruined by these types of site? I just can't be bothered to look anymore!

Oh yes, can anyone recommend a good, easy to clean, chip frier .......... please avoid responses that involve "getting the sack for putting one's dick in the chip frier" etc! :)
 

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Make oven chips on a tray and use tin foil. Chuck the tin foil away and viola! No washing up.

(edit, you can tell that I'm single these days)
 

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Make oven chips on a tray and use tin foil. Chuck the tin foil away and viola! No washing up.

(edit, you can tell that I'm single these days)
I don't like oven chips. They are too big! I like thin crispy chips ............. mmmmmmmm, delisssssssiousssss!
 

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Asda were selling some rather shiney steel ones for a pretty good price.
 

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I want to replace our old chip fryer with a new new and easy to wash one. Easy methinks, get on Google and .................... FFS, every result of the first page was for a site that compares prices. What a complete PITA. The internet is being ruined by these types of site? I just can't be bothered to look anymore!

Oh yes, can anyone recommend a good, easy to clean, chip frier .......... please avoid responses that involve "getting the sack for putting one's dick in the chip frier" etc! :)
Get a proffesional (small) deep fat fryer like Parry, Lincat and the like. They usually come to bits leaving only a stainless steel bowl and are very easy to clean. They are a bit more expensive than the Argos type of thing.
 

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Get a proffesional (small) deep fat fryer like Parry, Lincat and the like. They usually come to bits leaving only a stainless steel bowl and are very easy to clean. They are a bit more expensive than the Argos type of thing.
Yep they are the best:thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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Make oven chips on a tray and use tin foil. Chuck the tin foil away and viola! No washing up.

(edit, you can tell that I'm single these days)
And obviously emminently sensible. That's the way I do itoo, and get really cross when Mr Scubee forgets the tinfoil, then leaves me to wash up the tray :frown:
 

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I'm sorry, this needs to be said though:-

You lot need to get out more! A whole page, and more, of discussing a deep fat fryer!

It could only happen on YD!

Long may it continue!

:rolleyes:
 

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I've just got a Tefal Family Pro, which totally dismantles for cleaning. It's only been used twice so I can't tell you how simple it is, it cooks chips OK though :teeth:

As for the price comparison sites on Google, try this GMBMG

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Just got one from ASDA, 2ltr, non-stick removable bowl, drop down basket, timer, variable temperature . . .

£13.00

Yup

£13.00 . . . .


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I've only used it twice, but it does the biz.

I chose it because it has a timer, which turn it off when it's done.

I have managed to leave them turned on in the past :embarassed:


ColinM
ideal for drunken chip making then
 

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im with vonny on this and yes u cant beat oven chips !!

i hate chips done in a deep fat fryer as i dont like the taste!

much easier just throwing the used tinfoil away

best wishes leigh :teeth:
 
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