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#5445781 - 11/27/14 09:29 AM Butterball turkey Fryer...help
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Bobo, sorry to put this here but I need tips fast.

I bought a Butterball "indoor" turkey fryer. Anyone use this contraption?? Any advice on using it?

I was going to do it in the garage, cause I just can't see frying inside (greasy mess) to clean up.
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#5445786 - 11/27/14 09:32 AM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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#5445794 - 11/27/14 09:35 AM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Fry it outside, there have been lots of house fires from frying turkey indoors, garage included. Too much oil and heat is often the culprit but better safe than sorry. The link above has the number for butterball help and is open today.
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#5445812 - 11/27/14 09:39 AM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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http://www.butterball.com/how-tos/deep-fry-a-turkey

Has instructions for indoors with electric fryer. Gas should always be used outdoors
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#5445842 - 11/27/14 09:49 AM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Get it 20 feet from any structure.

Place turkey in, fill with water, remove turkey, mark the water line, pour out water, fill with oil to the line.

That's all I got.
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#5445858 - 11/27/14 09:56 AM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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I have one, its great. Just make sure your bird is DRY before lowering it slowly. It's made for safe indoor use.

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#5445867 - 11/27/14 10:01 AM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Cool link kmon 1. Think I'll do it indoors, just spread newspaper underneath it. It is all self enclosed. I'll post results
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#5445897 - 11/27/14 10:16 AM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Glad to help, have been seeing Butterball helpline and website advertised for a week or so during the morning news.

Moving this one to the cooking forum
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#5446044 - 11/27/14 11:56 AM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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You don't have to worry about frying it indoors. It's no different then a deep fryer.

You will love it once you learn how to use it. I've had mine for 4 years now.

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#5446089 - 11/27/14 12:45 PM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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cool, about to fire it up
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#5448645 - 11/29/14 03:43 PM Re: Butterball turkey Fryer...help [Re: Buzzsaw]
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This thing is great, used it inside as instruction stated, no huge mess, clean up was quick and easy due to then drain spout. If you like fried turkey, give this thing a shot. $79.00 at Academy

Turkey was GREAT!!!
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