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Deni 9342 1 Quart Stainless Steel Deep Fryer with Adjustable Thermostat

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Enjoy your favorite fried food in your own kitchen with the Deni 9342 1 quart stainless steel deep fryer. This unit makes cooking fries or corn dogs easy!

Adjustable Thermostat
The Deni 9342 1 quart stainless steel deep fryer includes an adjustable thermostat ranging from 175-375 F for maximized results. Fry chicken, fries, donuts, or any one of your favorite foods and enjoy!

Removable Basket
This Deni stainless steel deep fryer includes a removable basket with a detachable handle for easy dispensing and cleanup. This deep fryer is easy to use and maintain.

Cool Touch Exterior
Don't worry about burning your hands. The Deni 9342 1 quart stainless steel deep fryer features a cool touch exterior and lid, so you don't have to worry about getting burned just by touching the outside of the fryer.

This stainless steel deep fryer is filtered for superior results. No matter what you cook, the filter eliminates odors and flavors from previous meals.

  • Model: 9342
  • Product Type: 1 Quart Stainless Steel Deep Fryer
  • Product Dimensions: L: 8.30" x W: 9.00" x H: 8.10"
  • Product Weight: 2.45 lbs.
  • Product Color: Stainless Steel
  • Application: Used to deep fry foods
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Certifications: UL
  • Type: Deep
  • Fuel Type: Electricity
  • Capacity: 1 quarts
  • Construction: Stainless Steel
  • Control Type: Manual
  • Usage: Indoor
  • A great addition to any kitchen!
  • Adjustable thermostat allows for ideal results
  • Cool touch handles and lid for added safety
  • Perfect for frying your favorite foods
  • Removable fry basket makes draining and dispensing easy
  • Stainless steel exterior looks great and flatters any kitchen

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