Why not take a deep fryer tailgating?

Wednesday, August 18, 2010 @ 08:08 AM

It’s time to expand that tailgating menu of yours. Have you been leery of taking a deep fryer to your next tailgate party? There are plenty of safer deep fryers out there that are well worthy of the parking lot.

The Cajun Fryer by R & V works and The Bayou Fryer by Bayou Classic are perfect examples here. These fryers are portable outdoor propane deep fryers. They are made safer by their design & construction. Metal tubes inside these fryers contain the flames, but still get perfectly hot enough to fry whatever you like. Any spillage that may occur would happen in the front of the fryer, while the only exposed flame is in the back. Therefore, no oil should ever touch the flames. And, as I said, they are portable. Wheels with a rolling caddy. The Cajun Fryers can actually be removed from the caddy for easier transport storage and for table tailgating. And if you are worried about hot oil being left in your fryer while you are in the game. No worries. After the oil cools a little, you just need a hot water heater hose and a male hose end. Attach it to the drain valve & store the oil in a cleaned, metal Gerry Can. The metal will still be hot, but you will be able to store it out of harms way while you and your friends enjoy your event.

Traditional turkey fryers are great too. Deep fry a turkey for the pre-game party. Be great for those Thanksgiving Day games! But traditional turkey fryers are very versatile. Not only can you deep fry in them, you can also steam, boil, stew, etc. Cook up a bunch of corn on the cob while you are cooking steaks on the grill. Make chili for the big game. Steam up some lobster before the race. The options are endless.

This holds true for All-In-One cookers too. Not only can you deep fryer, steam, boil, and stew, these units are also a bbq smoker & grill. Everything you need to change up your tailgating menu throughout the season!

So, why not take a deep fryer tailgating? You can make Buffalo wings for the Buffalo game. Deep fried mozzarella sticks for that Cheese Head game. Fry up some catfish for A Ragin’ Cajun game. Your menu can be as imaginative as you are. Get out there and start cooking!

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5 Responses to “Why not take a deep fryer tailgating?”

  1. Even though I am a professional chef I have not attempted this before, thank you for the advice!

  2. Lupe Herley says:

    I have attempted this year to create numerous dishes this year by cooking. I haven’t thought of this though. Exceptional Article

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