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Infared Oil Less Turkey Fryer - very cool!!

I saw this on Tv this morning!! I thought it was very cool! They said it can cook a 16lb. turkey in 2 hrs! Seems cool to me and much safer than a fryer with oil.

http://www.amazon.com/Char-Broil-Oil.../dp/B000W74HI2

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what about keeping the bird moist?

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what about keeping the bird moist?
The magic of infrared cooking is that it sears your meat immediately, thus locking in the juices.
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I like my fryer, I'll look for a link. Indoors, electric oil turkey fryer.

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This is the one I have. I love it.

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ill stay with my gas fired, oil filled fryer. turkey is done in like 40 mins vs the 2 hours with the infrared job

there is nothing more fun than the threat of 5 gallons of 375deg oil bursting into flame everywhere

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there is nothing more fun than the threat of 5 gallons of 375deg oil bursting into flame everywhere
this was ours from last year. doing that for the first time is a little scary.
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buy a smoker instead
you havent had turkey chicken and ribs until youve had them in the smoker

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Interesting. We are oven roasting our bird at work this year. The peanut oil at Sam's was $50 for a jug this year! It was only about 35 last year. 4 birds would take about $150 worth of oil to cook!
So we are getting some hams and 1 big ass bird.

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this was ours from last year. doing that for the first time is a little scary.
looks almost exactly like mine


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Interesting. We are oven roasting our bird at work this year. The peanut oil at Sam's was $50 for a jug this year! It was only about 35 last year. 4 birds would take about $150 worth of oil to cook!
So we are getting some hams and 1 big ass bird.

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150 in oil... NO
50 in oil tops
ive never used the full 5 gallons in the pot for a bird and the loss is minor per bird

and dicks has the peanut oil for 35

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BTW - you re-use the oil for 3-5 birds...

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BTW - you re-use the oil for 3-5 birds...
thanks wink, i forgot to mention that

depending on the timeframe between the birds and storage conditions of the oil yep.

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