TF200 Series Waring Pro® Turkey Fryer/Steamer

TF200 Series Waring Pro® Turkey Fryer/Steamer
PROFESSIONAL Rotisserie
TURKEY FRYER/Steamer
TF200 SERIES
For your safety and continued enjoyment of this product,
always read the instruction book carefully before using.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should
always be followed, including the following:
1.READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
2.
Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning.
Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts and
before cleaning appliance.
3.Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles and knobs. When
using rotisserie function, use oven mitts or pot holders.
4.To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse control
panel, cord, plug, or fryer in water or other liquids.
5.This appliance is not for use by children. Close supervision is
necessary when any appliance is used near children.
6.Never leave appliance unattended when connected to the
power outlet.
7.Always attach breakaway cord to appliance first, then plug
into wall outlet. To disconnect, turn the switch to OFF and
turn the temperature control knob to STANDBY, then remove
plug from wall outlet.
8.To reduce the risk resulting from becoming entangled in or
tripping over a longer cord, do not use an extension cord or
longer detachable cord with this appliance.
9.Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug,
or after appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any
manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service
center for examination, repair or adjustment.
10.The use of attachments not recommended or sold by the
manufacturer may result in fire, electrical shock or injury.
11. Do not use outdoors.
12.Do not let cord hang over the edge of table or counter, or
touch hot surfaces.
13.Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a
heated oven.
14.Be sure handles are properly assembled to basket and
locked into place.
15.Extreme caution must be used when moving a fryer
containing hot oil or other hot liquids.
16. Do not use this appliance for other than intended use.
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17.Do not operate your appliance in an appliance garage or
under a wall cabinet. When storing in an appliance garage,
always unplug the unit from the electrical outlet. Not
doing so could create a risk of fire, especially if the appliance
touches the walls of the garage or the door touches the unit
as it closes.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
IMPORTANT SAFETY TIPS
1.Always keep lid closed while fryer is cooking food. Use
basket handles to raise and lower basket. Always raise
basket out of hot oil and rest on top rim to allow food to drain
before moving.
2.BEWARE OF STEAM WHEN OPENING LID.
3.Wet food should be dried first with paper towels. Remove
loose ice from frozen foods. Close lid when frying. Beware of
oil splatter when food is put into the oil.
4.Keep appliances at least 4 inches away from walls or other
objects during operation. Do not place any objects on top of
appliance while it is operating.
5.Be sure oil reservoir is filled to at least the minimum oil level.
Do not fill above the maximum oil level. Do not operate
appliance without oil or with an insufficient amount of oil.
Never pour oil into heated oil reservoir.
6.Do not operate this appliance if the lid and the oil reservoir
are not completely dry.
7.Keep this fryer out of reach of children while in use and away
from edge of countertop, where it could be pulled off or
pushed over by children.
CAUTION: To prevent damage to countertop or table finish, use
a nonflammable, heat-resistant placemat between the appliance
and the countertop or tabletop surface. Never place on carpet,
furniture, or other combustible materials.
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PARTs/Assembly
SHORT CORD INSTRUCTIONS
1.Lid
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2. Rotisserie and Spits (2 parts)
3.Frying/Steaming
Basket
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4.Heating Element/
Control Panel
5.Temperature Control Knob
6.Timer
7.Power ON and Ready
Indicator Lights:
8.Toggle Switch
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(Rotisserie) ON/OFF
9.Stainless Steel
Oil Reservoir
10.Breakaway
Power Cord
11.Oil Draining Spigot
12.Stainless Steel Housing
13. Meat Thermometer (not shown)
14. Reset Button
15. Rotisserie Support
16. Basket Support
17. Drain Hose
18. Butchers Twine (not shown) 9
19. Thermometer (not shown)
Breakaway Cord and Polarized Plug
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This appliance features a patented breakaway cord and polarized
plug (one blade is wider than the other). The breakaway cord is
designed to quickly disconnect from the appliance when a pulling
force is applied. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, a polarized
plug is provided. This plug is intended to fit into a polarized outlet
only one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse
the plug. If the plug still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician.
Do not attempt to modify the plug in any manner.
ELECTRICAL POWER
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If the electrical circuit is overloaded with other appliances, your
appliance may not operate. It should be operated on an electrical
circuit that is separate from other appliances. If you are not sure
of the reason for overloading or cannot find a separate circuit,
contact a qualified electrician.
This appliance is for 120 volts only and should not be used
with a converter.
HOW TO USE YOUR WARING PRO®
PROFESSIONAL ROTISSERIE
TURKEY FRYER/STEAMER
Please visit us at www.waringpro.com for an online video
demonstration.
1.
This appliance is designed for household use only. It is
not intended for commercial use.
2.Before your Rotisserie Turkey Fryer/Steamer is used for the
first time, remove all packaging materials and follow cleaning
instructions in this book on page 9.
3.Place heating element/control panel in the unit. Please
make sure that the heating element control panel is properly
inserted into the housing. This unit is equipped with an
interlock feature that will prevent it from turning on until the
heating element/control panel is in place.
4.Be sure that the oil draining spigot is in the closed position
before adding oil. Turn clockwise until secure.
5.Pour approximately 2½ gallons of good-quality vegetable,
corn, canola, soybean, or peanut oil into reservoir until it
reaches between the MIN and MAX marks inside container.
DO NOT OVER OR UNDER-FILL.
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Oil Warning
Do not use any solid/hydrogenated oil, shortening, olive oil,
grapeseed oil or lard in this turkey fryer. Do not mix oils,
as they have different smoke points. Use good-quality oil that
has a smoke point of 400ºF or higher.
6.Make sure the toggle switch is in the OFF position and the
temperature control knob is in the standby location.
7.To turn on your fryer, attach breakaway cord to back of the
appliance, then plug into outlet.
8. The power ON light will glow to show that the unit is on.
9.Set the temperature control knob to the desired temperature.
The ready light will turn green once the oil has reached the
desired temperature.
10.Place lid onto unit to shorten heat-up time.
11.While the oil is heating, prepare the food to be fried as
follows:
wings close to the body. It is important to tie the turkey
securely: If the wings or legs come undone and contact
the basket, it will interfere with the rotisserie function.
6.Place the assembled rotisserie spit with turkey into the
basket. Check that the turkey rotates completely without
touching the sides of the basket.
7.When the oil is hot and the green READY indicator is on,
place the basket on the unit over the oil reservoir. Rotisserie
gear must be lined up with the control panel side.
• Grasp both basket handles and squeeze to retract the
safety bars.
• Slowly lower basket past the basket support so that it is
fully inside the oil reservoir.
The basket’s safety bars will support the basket on the rim of
the reservoir and the ends of the rotisserie spit will engage the
rotisserie guides at the front and back of the reservoir.
ROTISSERIE FRYING
8. Turn the toggle switch to the Rotisserie On position.
As previously noted, pour 2½ gallons of good-quality vegetable,
corn, canola, soybean or peanut oil into the reservoir Do not
mix oils. Then preheat while following the steps below. Set
temperature control knob to 375ºF.
9.Watch the rotisserie turn from side to side to make sure the
turkey does not contact any part of the basket or reservoir.
1.Prepare food to be fried. If frying a whole turkey, remove the
neck and giblets. Make sure the turkey is thawed completely
and contains no ice crystals. NOTE: If your turkey came with
a plastic piece holding the legs together, remove this piece
before putting the turkey on the rotisserie spit.
2. Dry the food with paper towels.
3.Place rotisserie on the rotisserie
support with the gear facing down.
Push turkey down through the spits as
shown. (Rotisserie support is provided
to help secure the turkey onto the
rotisserie and is not to be used during
the cooking process.)
4.Attach the rotisserie spit plate to the
free ends of the rotisserie rods.
5.For a whole turkey, use heavy-duty
butcher’s twine to tie the legs together so they are secure.
Also tie a piece of twine around the turkey body to hold the
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10. Place the lid on the unit.
11.Set timer to the desired cooking time. (Periodically, check to
see if the turkey has become untwined)
12. Timer will ring when the food is ready.
13.To check for turkey doneness: Turn toggle switch from ON to
OFF position and insert thermometer into the thickest part of
the turkey thigh. Do not let it touch the bone. Check for desired
doneness; Remove thermometer from turkey. Turn
rotisserie to ON to complete frying until desired temperature is
reached. Refer to turkey frying chart on page 12.
14.Move the toggle switch to the OFF position to stop the
rotisserie from rotating.
15.If the turkey is done, carefully lift the basket and set it on the
rim of the oil reservoir to drain. Using the handles, carefully
tilt the basket slightly to drain oil from the turkey cavity.
16.After the turkey has drained, remove the basket and,
using oven mitts, remove the turkey from the rotisserie.
Place onto absorbent paper towels.
NOTE: To preserve oil quality, do not add salt or spices to
the food until after it has been removed from the fryer.
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17.WARNING: The timer does not switch the appliance off.
STEAMING and BOILING
18.When cooking is finished, shut down the fryer by turning
temperature control knob to STANDBY and unplugging the
breakaway cord from the wall outlet.
19. Allow oil to cool to room temperature before cleaning.
Turkey fryers are known for producing juicy and tender turkeys,
however with the TF200 you have the ability to steam and boil
a variety of food items as well. You can easily steam or boil
lobsters, oysters, clams and vegetables. Using a large fryer is a
good way to cook large quantities of food at one time, perfect for
entertaining guests and cooking for a party.
BASKET FRYING
1.Preheat 2½ gallons of good-quality vegetable, corn, canola,
soybean or peanut oil to the temperature indicated in your
recipe. Do not mix oils.
2. Prepare food to be fried per recipe directions.
3.Dry wet foods with paper towels. Remove excess ice crystals
from frozen foods.
4.Place food to be fried into the basket. (maximum of
6 pounds).
5.When the oil is hot and the green READY indicator is on,
remove the lid and place the basket on the unit over the oil
reservoir:
• Grasp both basket handles and squeeze to retract the
safety bars.
• Slowly lower basket past the basket supports so that it is
fully inside of the oil reservoir.
The basket’s safety bars will support the basket on the rim of
the reservoir.
6. Place the lid on the unit.
7.Set timer to the desired cooking time. (Periodically check for
doneness.)
8. Timer will ring when the food is ready.
9.Raise the basket. If the food is done, carefully lift the basket
and set it on the rim of the oil reservoir to drain.
10.After the food has drained, remove the basket and place
cooked food onto absorbent paper towels. NOTE: To
preserve oil quality, do not add salt or spices to the food until
after it has been removed from the fryer.
11.WARNING: The timer does not switch the appliance off.
12.When cooking is finished, shut down the fryer by turning
temperature control knob to STANDBY and unplugging the
breakaway cord from the wall outlet.
13. Allow oil to cool to room temperature before cleaning.
1. Prepare food to be steamed or boiled.
2. Remove the turkey rotisserie and basket from the unit.
3.NOTE: The heating element must be covered with water at all
times when steaming or boiling.
For steaming: Add approximately 10–12 cups of water to
the oil reservoir.
For boiling: Add approximately 2½ gallons of water to the
stainless steel reservoir (as food will be submerged in water).
Then continue to follow instructions in the recipe section.
4.Set to the maximum temperature and bring water to a boil.
Once a rolling boil is reached, turn temperature down to 235°F.
NOTE: Monitor water level and add more water if necessary;
heating element must be covered at all times.
5.Fill basket with food to be steamed or boiled (maximum of
6 pounds).
6. Grasp both basket handles and squeeze the safety bars.
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For steaming: The bottom of the basket should rest on the
lowest basket support.
For boiling: Slowly lower the basket past the basket
supporters so that it is fully inside of the oil reservoir.
8.Place the lid on the unit. For quicker results when steaming,
cover the lid with aluminum foil to prevent steam from
escaping.
9.Steam or boil to desired doneness.
10.Raise the basket. If the food is done, carefully lift the basket
and set it on the rim of the oil reservoir to drain.
11.After the food has drained, remove the basket and place
cooked food onto absorbent paper towels.
12.WARNING: The timer does not switch the appliance off.
13.When cooking is finished, shut down the fryer by turning
temperature control knob to STANDBY and unplugging the
breakaway cord from the wall outlet.
14. Allow water to cool to room temperature before cleaning.
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CLEANING & Maintenance INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY FEATURES
1.Always unplug appliance, detach the breakaway cord,
and let the oil cool down to room temperature before
cleaning.
2.Raise control panel/heater assembly and allow oil to drain
into the oil container.
3.The control panel should never be immersed in water or
other liquids. Clean the outer surface of the heating element
with a damp cloth containing mild soap solution or plain
water.
4.Carefully remove oil or water using the oil draining spigot
located on the bottom of the front housing. Place a container
underneath the spigot, attach the drain hose and turn
counterclockwise until the oil is fully drained. Then, turn the
spigot clockwise until it is fully closed.
5.The basket, lid, rotisserie and oil container must be
hand washed with warm soapy water. PARTS ARE NOT
DISHWASHER SAFE.
6.The housing is submersible and should be washed by hand
with warm soapy water.
7.Ensure that both the lid and oil container are completely dry
after washing and before use.
The Waring Pro® Professional Rotisserie Turkey Fryer/Steamer is
equipped with the following features to ensure safety:
8.After cleaning, reassemble oil container, heating element,
basket, and lid onto fryer. The heating element must be
attached properly to the back of the housing or appliance will
not operate.
9.Tip: For easy cleaning, wipe control panel with a damp
microfiber cloth. Microfiber cloths are available in most
kitchenware stores.
10.Any other servicing should be performed by an authorized
service representative.
11.Periodically, check screws for looseness and retighten
screws or nuts in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions. CAUTION: Overtightening can result in stripping
of screws or nuts or cracking of handle or feet.
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• Safety Interlock – The heating element must be properly
attached to the back of the housing or the fryer will not operate.
• 450ºF Cutoff – If oil temperature reaches over 450ºF, unit will
turn off automatically. The oil temperature must cool and the red
reset button must be pressed manually to turn the unit
back on.
• Breakaway Cord – The cord is designed to quickly disconnect
from the appliance when a pulling force is applied.
• Basket Safety Bars – The basket is equipped with safety bars on
each side to prevent the basket from falling into the hot oil if it is
dropped when positioned over the oil container.
TIMER OPERATION
1.The timer is mechanical and can be set from 0 to 120 minutes.
2.To set, turn timer knob clockwise to the desired amount of
time.
3.Timer will start and will ring once the time is up.
WARNING: The timer does not switch the appliance off.
HINTS
• When cooking foods dipped in fresh batter, lower basket first.
Using tongs, add food directly to oil. Use basket to lift out food
when finished cooking.
• Fill basket no more than half full for best results. This helps
maintain temperature of oil for better cooking results.
• Cut food into uniform pieces. All the food will then be cooked
in the same amount of time. To reduce splatter, remove excess
moisture or ice from food.
• Store oil in oil container for a limited time. When oil has cooled
to room temperature, pour into a suitable container with lid and
refrigerate.
• For best results, change oil in fryer after a maximum of 10 uses.
• It is important to follow the temperature recommendations for
every recipe. If the temperature is too low, the fried food absorbs
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oil. If the temperature is too high, a crust quickly forms on the
outside while the inside remains uncooked.
• For best results, use tongs to place freshly sliced food into
basket one piece at a time.
• When using the rotisserie, make sure the food is centered on
the rotisserie spit and that all loose pieces are securely tied in
place so they will not move as the rotisserie rotates. Place the
rotisserie with food in the rotisserie spit supports of the basket
and rotate by hand to make sure the food does not touch
the basket as it rotates. Reposition food on the spit or tie as
necessary to keep the food from touching the basket before it is
put into the fryer.
• The rotisserie should never be used to fry frozen foods or food
that is partially frozen. Partially frozen food will cook unevenly
and will result in areas that are undercooked or overcooked.
Turkey Frying Chart
FRYING FROZEN FOOD (basket only)
REcipes
• Due to their extremely low temperature, frozen foods inevitably
lower the temperature of the oil. For best results, do not overload
the basket with frozen food.
• Follow the instructions on the frozen food package for cooking
time and temperature.
• Frozen foods are frequently covered with a coating of ice
crystals, which should be removed before frying. Lower the
basket very slowly into the oil in order to ensure that the oil does
not boil over.
Be sure to follow all of the rotisserie frying directions when
frying your turkey.
FILTERING AND CHANGING THE OIL
Combine spices and generously rub over the entire turkey, being sure to
cover the interior cavity in addition to putting spices between the skin
and breasts. (This can be done by sliding your hand between the skin
and the breast meat, creating a pocket for the spices. Now truss the
turkey as described in the directions.)
Once the turkey is seasoned and trussed, let it sit covered and
refrigerated for at least two hours, or as long as overnight.
Bring your turkey to room temperature, fill the fryer with your preferred
oil and heat it to 350°F. Follow the directions for attaching the rotisserie
spit, and then fry for 3 to 3½ minutes per pound. When the breast of the
turkey reads 155° to 160°F, it is done. Remove the turkey and let it rest
for at least 15 minutes before carving.
Always remove meat thermometer from turkey before resuming
frying.
• Make sure the Fryer/Steamer is unplugged and the oil has
cooled to room temperature before cleaning or storing.
• The oil does not need to be changed after each use. In general,
the oil will be tainted rather quickly when frying food containing
a lot of protein (such as poultry, meat, or fish). When oil is mainly
used to fry potatoes and is filtered after each use, it can be
used 8 to 10 times. However, do not use the oil for longer than 6
months.
• WARNING: Always remove the plug from the wall socket before
cleaning. Allow the fryer and the oil to cool completely before
cleaning. Never immerse the control panel, cord, or plug in water
or any other liquid.
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Turkey lbs.
Frying Time Minutes*
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28–32 minutes
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35–40 minutes
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42–48 minutes
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49–56 minutes
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56–64 minutes
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63–72 minutes
*Note Turkey frying may vary depending on the preferred doneness.
The average is 3½–4 minutes per pound.
Fresh Turkey 155°–160°F
Traditional Fried Turkey
2tablespoons kosher salt
1teaspoon black pepper
½teaspoon paprika
1 13–14 lb. turkey
2½gallons good-quality oil
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Sweet Potato Fries
Yields: About 2 pounds
2½gallons good-quality oil
3medium to large sweet potatoes
salt and pepper to taste
Preheat oil to 350°F.
In a large pot, cover potatoes with water and boil for 10 minutes.
Remove and let cool. Once cool, peel potatoes and cut into ¼ to ½-inch
thick fries.
Place in fry basket and slowly lower fries into hot oil. Cook for 15
minutes or until deep golden brown. Because of their orange color,
when ready they will look darker than regular fries, almost overdone.
Drain and place on paper towels to absorb any excess oil. Season with
salt and pepper or your favorite seasonings.
Middle Eastern Fried Turkey
4 tablespoons cumin
2tablespoons turmeric
2tablespoons paprika
2teaspoons chili pepper
1tablespoon cayenne pepper
2tablespoons kosher salt
1teaspoon black pepper
1 13–14 lb. turkey
2½gallons good-quality oil
Combine spices and generously rub over the entire turkey, being sure to
cover the interior cavity in addition to putting spices between the skin
and breasts. (This can be done by sliding your hand between the skin
and the breast meat, creating a pocket for the spices. Now truss the
turkey as described in the directions.)
Once the turkey is seasoned and trussed, let it sit covered and
refrigerated for at least two hours, or as long as overnight.
Bring your turkey to room temperature, fill the fryer with your preferred
oil and heat it to 350°F.
Follow the directions for attaching the rotisserie spit, then fry for 3 to
3½ per pound. When the breast of the turkey reads 155° to 160°F, it is
done. Remove the turkey and let it rest for at least 15 minutes before
carving.
Always remove meat thermometer from turkey before resuming
frying.
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Cajun Fried Turkey
2tablespoons garlic powder
3tablespoons onion powder
2tablespoons paprika
2tablespoons kosher salt
1tablespoon dried oregano
1tablespoon red pepper flakes
2 teaspoons cayenne pepper
1teaspoon black pepper
1 13–14 lb. turkey
2½gallons good-quality oil
Combine spices and generously rub over the entire turkey, being sure to
cover the interior cavity in addition to putting spices between the skin
and breasts. (This can be done by sliding your hand between the skin
and the breast meat, creating a pocket for the spices. Now truss the
turkey as described in the rotisserie directions.)
Once the turkey is seasoned and trussed, let it sit covered and
refrigerated for at least two hours, or as long as overnight.
Bring your turkey to room temperature, fill the fryer with your preferred
oil, then heat it to 350°F.
Follow the directions for attaching the rotisserie spit, then fry for 3 to
3½ minutes per pound. When the breast of the turkey reads 155° to
160°F, it is ready to be removed. Remove the turkey and let it rest for at
least 15 minutes before carving.
Always remove meat thermometer from turkey before resuming
frying.
Parmesan-Crusted Fried Turkey
3tablespoons dried oregano
2tablespoons dried basil
2 tablespoons garlic powder
1tablespoon onion powder
2tablespoons kosher salt
½teaspoon black pepper
¼teaspoon red pepper flakes
½ cup shredded Parmesan cheese
1 13–14 lb. turkey
2½gallons good-quality oil
Combine spices and generously rub over the entire turkey, being sure to
cover the interior cavity in addition to putting spices between the skin
and breasts. (This can be done by sliding your hand between the skin
and the breast meat, creating a pocket for the spices.) Let the turkey sit
covered and refrigerated with the rub on it for at least two hours, or as
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long as overnight. When you are ready to cook the turkey, evenly spread
the Parmesan cheese over the breast meat, under the skin, making sure
that the cheese is well covered by the skin, as it will burn if not covered.
Now truss the turkey as described in the rotisserie directions.
Bring your turkey to room temperature, fill the fryer with your preferred
oil, then heat it to 350°F.
Follow the directions for attaching the rotisserie spit, then fry for 3 to
3½ minutes per pound. When the breast of the turkey reads 155° to
160°F, it is ready to be removed. Remove the turkey and let it rest for at
least 15 minutes before carving.
Always remove meat thermometer from turkey before resuming
frying.
Beach-less Clambake
Serves 4
12 cups water
1 8-ounce bottle clam juice
2 teaspoons celery seed
3 tablespoons kosher salt
½ teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon paprika
1½ pounds small red potatoes
6 sprigs fresh thyme
6 sprigs fresh oregano
1 large garlic clove, cut in half
1 medium sweet onion, peeled and quartered
4 sweet Italian sausages, cut into 1-inch pieces
16 cherrystone clams
2 Maine lobsters 1¼ lbs. each
16 steamer clams
16 large shrimp, washed, shells on
2 ears of corn, broken in half
1 stick of butter
½ teaspoon paprika
lemon wedges for the table
Fill the fryer with eight cups of water and the bottle of clam juice; set to
350°F, cover and bring to a boil. Combine celery seed, salt, pepper and
paprika. Once at a boil, add the potatoes and spice mixture; cover and
cook for five minutes. Now add the fresh herbs, garlic, onion and
sausages. On top of this, evenly place the cherrystone clams, then the
lobsters, then the steamer clams, then sprinkle the shrimp on top of
that. Finally, add the four pieces of corn to each corner. Cover and let
steam for 20 to 25 more minutes. While steaming, melt the stick of
butter along with the second amount of paprika to create a dipping
sauce and prepare for serving.
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Coconut Shrimp
Yields: 24 coconut shrimp
2½gallons good-quality oil
1cup panko breadcrumbs
1cup shredded unsweetened coconut
¼cup all-purpose flour
2teaspoons kosher salt
¼teaspoon black pepper
¼teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 cup coconut milk
24large uncooked shrimp peeled, deveined and tails left on
Preheat oil to 315°F.
In three separate bowls, combine panko breadcrumbs and shredded
coconut together; combine all the dry ingredients together; and then
pour the coconut milk into the third bowl. Dredge the shrimp in the flour
mixture first, then the coconut milk and lastly in the coconut panko
mixture. Place evenly on a baking sheet and put in the freezer for five to
ten minutes. Once your oil is ready, place the shrimp in the fry basket
and lower into the oil. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes until golden brown.
Note: Coconut will burn quickly, so be sure to take the shrimp out of
the oil immediately when they achieve the correct doneness.
Corn Fritters
Yields: 24 fritters
2½gallons good-quality oil
4 green onions, chopped
1 tablespoon butter
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
11/2 cups cornmeal
2 teaspoons baking powder
3/4 teaspoon paprika
11/2 teaspoons kosher salt
1/4 teaspoon cumin
1 cup buttermilk
1 egg
2/3 cup corn kernels
Preheat oil to 350°F.
Sauté the green onions in the butter in a pan on medium-high heat for
2 to 3 minutes or until tender. Mix all the dry ingredients together. Whisk
buttermilk, egg, green onions and corn kernels together. Combine dry
ingredients with the buttermilk mixture and mix until smooth. When the
oil has reached cooking temperature, have the fry basket in the lowest
position and drop large spoonfuls of the batter into the oil. Drop as
many as possible at one time, without crowding the basket. After 2 to
3 minutes, flip the fritters and cook until golden brown all over.
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Vegetable Spring Rolls
Yields: 16 spring rolls
1large garlic clove, minced
1teaspoon fresh ginger, minced
1tablespoon sesame oil
1cup shiitake mushroom caps, thinly sliced
½teaspoon kosher salt
½cup mung bean sprouts
1cup shredded carrots
2cups napa cabbage
½cup red pepper, thinly sliced into 1-inch-long pieces
1tablespoon rice wine vinegar
1tablespoon soy sauce
1teaspoon sugar
1teaspoon corn starch
2tablespoons water
1tablespoon flour
16 spring roll wrappers
2½gallons good-quality oil
To create the filling: Heat a skillet to medium-high heat and sauté the
garlic and ginger in the sesame oil for one minute. Next add the
mushrooms and sprinkle them with the salt; this should release the
moisture from the mushrooms. Sauté for about a minute so that you
reduce some of the liquid. Now add the rest of your vegetables and
sauté for about three minutes, until the vegetables are tender but not
overcooked. While these are cooking, combine the rice wine vinegar,
soy sauce, sugar and cornstarch; add this mixture to the pan in the last
minute or less and combine. Remove from the heat and let cool. Mix the
water with the flour and set aside. To assemble, take one spring roll
wrapper at a time and place it in front of you, with a corner facing you
so that it looks like a diamond. Take two tablespoons of the filling and
place about two inches above the bottom corner of the wrapper. Fold
the bottom corner up over the filling and then both the side corners in
on top of that. It should look like an open envelope at this point. Use the
flour/water mixture and dab a line along the edge of the top corner, just
like the glue on an envelope. Starting at the bottom closest to you, roll
the spring roll, ending by sealing it with the top “glued” corner. Continue
until you’ve used all the filling. Preheat oil to 330°F; when ready, place
eight spring rolls along the bottom of the fry basket and lower into oil.
Cook for 4 to 5 minutes. Spring rolls should be light golden in color.
Repeat with the remaining eight spring rolls.
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Onion Rings
Yields: four to six servings
2½gallons good-quality oil
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon kosher salt
½ teaspoon paprika
½ teaspoon cumin
½ teaspoon black pepper
2 large sweet onions, thinly sliced and separated into rings
1 cup milk
Preheat oil to 350°F.
Combine all the dry ingredients in a large bowl. Soak the onion slices in
the milk and then coat them in the flour mixture. With the fry basket
lowered into the oil, drop onion rings into the oil and fry for 2 to 3
minutes until golden brown. They will cook quickly because they are
sliced thinly. Drain on a paper towel.
Multi-Purpose Fry Batter
This is an all purpose batter that can be used to coat and fry a wide
variety of foods. Let your imagination run wild; try deep-frying your
favorite snack food.
2½gallons good-quality oil
1½ cups all-purpose flour*, plus more for dredging
1 teaspoon baking powder
1½ teaspoons kosher salt
1 cup of seltzer water
Preheat oil to 350°F.
Mix all dry ingredients; add the seltzer and let sit for a few minutes.
Dredge preferred food in the extra flour, then coat with batter and
deep-fry until golden brown in color.
* ½ cup of all-purpose flour can be replaced with ½ cup of cornmeal to
achieve a crunchier batter.
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