Russell Hobbs Essentials Deep Fat Fryer Reviews
Product Type: Russell Hobbs fryers
Description:Brand: Russell Hobbs / With Filtration System / With View Window / With Adjustable Thermostat
Newest Review: ... front to back on a single hinge. To the front is a handle which allows you to lock the top, thereby avoiding injury or burns. ... more
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Customer Russell Hobbs Essentials Deep Fat Fryer Reviews (3)
by - written on 28/08/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
For quick food with a good taste, deep fat frying is still, despite the health concerns, remains a popular method of preparing food. The dangers of a pan can be averted by purchasing, as I did, a device such as the Morphy Richrds Essentials Deep Fat Fryer. A fairly simple machine, it is constructed from a durable plastic outshell coloured in glossy white. Access to the fryer section is through the top, which opens front to back on a single hinge. To the front is a handle which allows you to lock the top, thereby avoiding injury or burns. The lid has a clear viewing window. The fryer is operated through the front mounted controls, an on/off switch and a dial ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
BASICS: And basic it is.... but retailing at £12 (at Argos) I felt I couldn't go wrong. Oven based deep far fryers are constantly posed as dangerous and a cause of house fires - so whilst I don't often use a deep fat fryer I thought this would be a worthwhile investment for the safety of my family. THE LOOK: Compact and designed from your standard white plastic the main body of the fryer is suspended on four 'legs'. A large catch ensures that the lid is fastened down securely during cooking and can only be released (in theory anyway - see below) by pressing the adjacent button. A dial enables you to control the temperature (although ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/10, updated on 15/06/10 (Very useful, 264 readings)
I have been dithering for years about buying a deep-fat fryer for several reasons. Firstly, nobody really needs to eat deep-fried food on a regular basis. Secondly, I'm from Scotland, home of the fatty-diet-induced-heart-attack and thirdly, we have a family history of fried-food-related ill heath: one relative who ate nothing but black, sugary tea and home-made fish and chips (without even the saving grace of mushy peas to recommend the dish) for several months at a stretch was then admitted to hospital with a mystery case of oesophageal bleeding. The exact cause was never quite worked out, but if you ask me, I'd say scurvy can take many forms. So the 'cons' ... Read the complete review
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