Freidora de pavo sin aceite The Big Easy® de Char-Broil®

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Descripción

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Número de pieza:
10101480

La freidora de pavo sin aceite The Big Easy es la forma más segura y eficiente de hacer carne asada, pollos, pavos y otras comidas. Esta freidora que funciona con propano no necesita aceite para crear un plato perfectamente cocinado y limpiarla es sencillo gracias a su bandeja de grasa extraíble.

  • Medidas: 21.1 in x 20.7 in x 24.5 in (ancho x profundidad x altura)
  • Pesa aproximadamente 37 lb
  • Cocina un pavo de hasta 16 lb
  • Usa tecnología TRU-Infrared™
  • Funciona con propano (https://www.uhaul.com/Propane/)

Comentarios (1)


5 de 5 estrellas con 1 comentarios

Francis
Rating:

I purchased this because of one reason. No Fire Hazard from grease. This oil-less fryer is perfect, and now we did a prime rib roast in it and it was as good as any place that you would go out to dine with your love ones. Quality cooking machine in my opinion.

Questions & Answers (9)

Questions & Answers (9)

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Is it a Air Fryer? Do it has its own propane tank ? Or do you still need a propane tank? Can you use it to fry other foods, like a fish fry? Does it use any type of cooking oil at all? Not enough description?

–Veronica Jones 11/21/2020 10:27:55 AM

It cooks with infra red technologies. It does not come with a propane tank which you will need. However, we sell those very reasonably. It is recommended for Turkey, Chicken, Beef, Pork. There is no cooking oil involved. Thank you for your question.

–Frank 11/24/2020 6:06:32 AM

Can it make French fries

–Charlie Nadler 1/31/2020 8:36:30 AM

Hi, Charlie! We do not recommend using this fryer for anything but roasts, chicken, and turkey. Thank you!

–Savannah 1/31/2020 9:41:16 AM

Can you cook anything with this like you do on a grill or is this just for birds????

–Jay 9/7/2015 5:24:52 PM

You can cook anything that will fit!

The cooking guide states that all sorts of meats and even veggies can be cooked in the Big Easy®!

–Joseph 9/9/2015 4:27:01 PM

Has anyone at U-Haul actually used this and can vouch for it's effectiveness?

–Chris 6/6/2015 7:32:42 PM

Absolutely Chris! I found a coworker who could vouch for the oil-less fryer, he had the following to say:

Yes, I own one. I think it is great! It takes less time to cook a turkey than the oven, but about 1/2 more time than an oil fryer. Unlike an oil fryer, you are able to add your butter and seasonings. I have also used it for pot roasting a whole chicken and ham!

–Joseph 6/8/2015 4:58:25 PM

what size is the big easy?

–Sylvia Goff 12/14/2014 7:26:31 PM

Our Propane expert here at Uhaul notes the following: The 10101480 measures approximately: 21.1" W x 20.7" D x 24.5" H and weighs approximately: 37 lb. .... Thank you.

–Ronald 12/15/2014 11:52:10 AM

How big of a turkey does it cook?

–Tammy H. 10/2/2014 11:21:27 PM

Up to 16 pounds.

–Ronald 10/6/2014 9:11:36 AM

Does it come with a cook book ?

–Don 9/12/2014 10:52:41 AM

Sort of. Please use the "Cooking Guide" link located on this page right below the product image. Thanks.

–Ronald 9/12/2014 10:55:47 AM

Are these able to be used indoors/ garages?

–Nichole Langston 8/3/2014 10:07:03 PM

Our propane program manager writes: "While I'm sure some individuals do use this product indoors, we would recommend that you do not since propane cylinder manufactures and most local fire codes prohibit using or storing propane cylinders indoors as a safety precaution."

–Ronald 8/6/2014 2:55:49 PM

How long does it take to cook a bird per pound?

–Ryan 11/19/2013 2:44:39 PM

Cook times will vary depending on outdoor weather conditions, but generally you can expect 10 min per pound for turkey, 15 min per pound for chicken, and 30 minutes per pound for pork or beef roasts. Check the cooking guide provided, on this web page, for more info.

–Ronald 11/19/2013 3:21:20 PM

Product Description

Part Number:
10101480

The Big Easy Oil-Less Turkey Fryer is the safest and most efficient way to cook roasts, chicken, turkey and more. This propane powered fryer does not need oil to create a perfectly cooked dish and makes cleaning easy with a removable grease tray.

  • Dimensions: 21.1” x 20.7” x 24.5” (Width x Depth x Height)
  • Weighs approximately 37lb.
  • Cooks up to a 16lb. turkey
  • Uses TRU-Infrared™ technology
  • Powered with propane (https://www.uhaul.com/Propane/)

The Big Easy® Oil-less Turkey Fryer by Char-Broil® Reviews (1)


5 out of 5 stars with 1 reviews

Francis
Rating:

I purchased this because of one reason. No Fire Hazard from grease. This oil-less fryer is perfect, and now we did a prime rib roast in it and it was as good as any place that you would go out to dine with your love ones. Quality cooking machine in my opinion.

Questions & Answers (9)

To view an answer to a question, simply click on the question. To post a new question, click on the "Ask a question" button below.

Ask a Question

*All questions are reviewed and approved before being posted or answered.
Please keep all questions appropriate and related to the product.

Is it a Air Fryer? Do it has its own propane tank ? Or do you still need a propane tank? Can you use it to fry other foods, like a fish fry? Does it use any type of cooking oil at all? Not enough description?

–Veronica Jones 11/21/2020 10:27:55 AM

It cooks with infra red technologies. It does not come with a propane tank which you will need. However, we sell those very reasonably. It is recommended for Turkey, Chicken, Beef, Pork. There is no cooking oil involved. Thank you for your question.

–Frank 11/24/2020 6:06:32 AM

Can it make French fries

–Charlie Nadler 1/31/2020 8:36:30 AM

Hi, Charlie! We do not recommend using this fryer for anything but roasts, chicken, and turkey. Thank you!

–Savannah 1/31/2020 9:41:16 AM

Can you cook anything with this like you do on a grill or is this just for birds????

–Jay 9/7/2015 5:24:52 PM

You can cook anything that will fit!

The cooking guide states that all sorts of meats and even veggies can be cooked in the Big Easy®!

–Joseph 9/9/2015 4:27:01 PM

Has anyone at U-Haul actually used this and can vouch for it's effectiveness?

–Chris 6/6/2015 7:32:42 PM

Absolutely Chris! I found a coworker who could vouch for the oil-less fryer, he had the following to say:

Yes, I own one. I think it is great! It takes less time to cook a turkey than the oven, but about 1/2 more time than an oil fryer. Unlike an oil fryer, you are able to add your butter and seasonings. I have also used it for pot roasting a whole chicken and ham!

–Joseph 6/8/2015 4:58:25 PM

what size is the big easy?

–Sylvia Goff 12/14/2014 7:26:31 PM

Our Propane expert here at Uhaul notes the following: The 10101480 measures approximately: 21.1" W x 20.7" D x 24.5" H and weighs approximately: 37 lb. .... Thank you.

–Ronald 12/15/2014 11:52:10 AM

How big of a turkey does it cook?

–Tammy H. 10/2/2014 11:21:27 PM

Up to 16 pounds.

–Ronald 10/6/2014 9:11:36 AM

Does it come with a cook book ?

–Don 9/12/2014 10:52:41 AM

Sort of. Please use the "Cooking Guide" link located on this page right below the product image. Thanks.

–Ronald 9/12/2014 10:55:47 AM

Are these able to be used indoors/ garages?

–Nichole Langston 8/3/2014 10:07:03 PM

Our propane program manager writes: "While I'm sure some individuals do use this product indoors, we would recommend that you do not since propane cylinder manufactures and most local fire codes prohibit using or storing propane cylinders indoors as a safety precaution."

–Ronald 8/6/2014 2:55:49 PM

How long does it take to cook a bird per pound?

–Ryan 11/19/2013 2:44:39 PM

Cook times will vary depending on outdoor weather conditions, but generally you can expect 10 min per pound for turkey, 15 min per pound for chicken, and 30 minutes per pound for pork or beef roasts. Check the cooking guide provided, on this web page, for more info.

–Ronald 11/19/2013 3:21:20 PM

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