Wolf IF15/S Troubleshooting guide

F RYER M ODULE
U SE & C ARE I NFORMATION
CONTENTS
Introducing the Wolf Fryer Module
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Safety Instructions and Precautions
4
Wolf Fryer Module Features
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Wolf Fryer Module Use & Care
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Wolf Fryer Module Recipes
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Wolf Troubleshooting Guide
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Wolf Service Information
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Wolf Warranty
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As you read this Use & Care Information,
take particular note of the CAUTION and
WARNING symbols when they appear.
This information is important for safe and
efficient use of the Wolf equipment.
signals a situation where minor injury or
product damage may occur if you do not
follow instructions.
states a hazard that may cause serious
injury or death if precautions are not
followed.
In addition, this Use & Care Information may
signal an IMPORTANT NOTE which highlights
information that is especially important.
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I N T R O D U C I N G T H E WO L F F RY E R M O D U L E
T H A N K YO U
Your purchase of a Wolf electric fryer module
attests to the importance you place upon the
quality and performance of your cooking
equipment. We understand this importance
and have designed and built your fryer
module with quality materials and workmanship to give you years of dependable service.
We know you are eager to start cooking, but
before you do, please take some time to read
this Use & Care Information. Whether you are
a beginning cook or an expert chef, it will be
to your benefit to familiarize yourself with the
safety practices, features, operation and care
recommendations of the Wolf electric fryer
module.
We appreciate your choice of a Wolf
Appliance product and welcome any
suggestions or comments you may have.
To share your opinions with us, please call
800-332-9513.
Your Wolf fryer module is protected by a
warranty that is one of the finest in the
industry. Take a moment to read the warranty
statement on page 23 and refer to it should
service become necessary.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Installation and service
must be performed by a qualified installer or
service agency. Warranty service must be
performed by a Wolf authorized service
center.
IMPORTANT NOTE: A ventilation hood is
recommended (but not required) for use with
the Wolf electric fryer module.
C O N TA C T
I N F O R M AT I O N
Wolf Customer
Service:
800-332-9513
This fryer module must be installed at
least 15" (381) away from any open-flame
cooking device. The open flame may
cause ignition of oil.
Website:
wolfappliance.com
This fryer module must be installed at
least 15" (381) away from a Wolf steamer
module, as contact between water and
hot oil may cause burns from steam and
hot oil.
If service is necessary, refer to the model and
serial number of the fryer module. Both
numbers are listed on the product rating plate
located on the underside of the module. Refer
to the illustration below.
Location of rating
plate under module
Rating plate location
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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S A F E T Y INSTRUCTIONS AND PREC AUTIONS
W H AT TO D O
IMPORTANT NOTE: Read all
instructions before using this
appliance.
Read this Use & Care Information
carefully before using your new
fryer module to reduce the risk of
fire, electric shock or injury to
persons.
Make certain your unit is properly
installed and grounded by qualified
personnel.
Use sturdy, properly insulated
gloves or pot holders. Dish towels
or other substitutes can become
entangled, causing burns. Keep pot
holders dry. Wet pot holders create
steam and cause burns. Keep pot
holders away from open flames
when lifting or moving utensils.
Use only the fryer baskets that
accompany the fryer module, unless
otherwise stated in the Use & Care
Information.
Always properly clean and maintain
the appliance as recommended in
the Use & Care Information.
The appliance lid must only be
placed over the deep fryer after it
has cooled down.
To eliminate the risk of burns or
fire when reaching over heated
surface units, cabinet storage
space located above the surface
units should be avoided. If
cabinet storage is to be provided,
the risk can be reduced by
installing a ventilation hood that
projects horizontally a minimum
of 5" (127) beyond the bottom
cabinets.
This fryer module must be
installed at least 15" (381) away
from any open-flame cooking
device. The open flame may
cause ignition of oil.
This fryer module must be
installed at least 15" (381) away
from a Wolf steamer module, as
contact between water and hot
oil may cause burns from steam
and hot oil.
Fats and oils can ignite easily if
they get overheated. Keep all
flames away from the appliance.
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W H A T N OT TO D O
Children should not be left alone or
unattended in an area where the
fryer module is being used. Never
allow them to sit, stand or play on or
around the fryer at any time. Do not
store items of interest to children
around or below the fryer.
When using the fryer module, do
not touch the fryer or immediate
surrounding areas. These surfaces
become extremely hot and could
cause burns. Be certain that all
controls are turned off by touching
the OFF ON touch pad and that the
unit has cooled before touching or
cleaning any surfaces.
Never leave the fryer module
unattended.
Do not use water on grease fires.
Smother fire or flame or use dry
chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
Clothing fires are potential hazards.
Do not wear long flowing sleeves
around the fryer module. They are
easily caught on pan handles or
ignited by flare-ups. Highly flammable clothing, especially synthetic
fabrics, should not be worn while
cooking.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
Do not repair or replace any part
of the fryer module unless specifically recommended in literature
accompanying this appliance. All
service is to be referred to a Wolf
authorized service center.
Do not line the fryer module with
aluminum foil.
Never operate the fryer module
while it is empty. Add more oil as
needed to keep the oil level at or
above the minimum mark on the
basin.
Do not use the fryer module for
warming a room.
This appliance is for household use
only and must not be put to any
other use.
Do not store combustible, flammable or explosive materials near the
fryer module or adjacent cabinets.
Do not heat unopened glass or
metal containers of food in the fryer
module. Pressure may build up and
cause the container to burst, resulting in serious personal harm or
damage to the fryer.
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W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E F E A T U R E S
F RY E R M O D U L E F E A T U R E S
Integrated design allows for use with
multiple modules or cooktop units
Melt feature for shortening or lard
Independent digital timer
Stainless steel top construction with classic
stainless steel finish
Model IF15/S
Hidden 2600-watt heating element
Digital temperature readout and preheat
indicator
Child safety lock mode
Illuminated electronic touch controls with
graduated control lighting
Easy manual locking drain capability
CSA certified for US and Canada
Large 1 1/4 gallon (3.8 L) capacity tub
Three baskets included—one large and two
small, side by side, each with wire basket
hanger
Two and five year residential warranty
Low-profile lid
This appliance is certified by Star-K
to meet strict religious regulations in
conjunction with specific instructions
found on www.star-k.org.
WOLF
WA R R A N T Y
Wolf products are
covered by a two
and five year
residential warranty
(exclusions apply).
See warranty
details at the end
of this guide.
MODEL IF15/S
Electric Fryer Module
Low-profile lid
Illuminated electronic
touch controls
Classic stainless
steel finish
Large-capacity tub
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Hidden 2600-watt
heating element
Graduated control
lighting
W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E U S E & C A R E
F RY E R M O D U L E
V E N T I L AT I O N O P T I O N S
The Wolf fryer module has an electronic
temperature control that will enable you to
seal in flavor without absorbing any unnecessary grease. In addition, the large fryer will
enable you to handle large portions of small
items or a food as large as a cornish hen.
IMPORTANT NOTE: It is recommended that
you operate the Wolf electric fryer module with
either a Wolf cooktop or Pro ventilation hood
or hood liner. Contact your Wolf dealer for
details.
F RY E R M O D U L E A S S E M B LY
Place the wire basket hanger into the fryer
basin. Hang either the large or small fryer
baskets onto the basket hanger.
The low-profile lid cannot be placed on either
the large or small fryer baskets until the
handles are collapsed. To collapse the handles,
pull the handle apart just above the basket and
rotate the handle inward.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The wire basket hanger is
reversible. The baskets have hangers on both
ends so that you can latch them in the front or
back, whichever you prefer.
Cooktop Wall Hood – 30" (762) or 36" (914)
widths in classic stainless steel.
Cooktop Island Hood – 42" (1067) width in
classic stainless steel.
Pro Wall Hood – 22" (559), 24" (610) or 27"
(686) depths and 30" (762) to 66" (1676)
widths in classic stainless steel.
Pro Island Hood – 36" (914) to 66" (1676)
widths in classic stainless steel.
ACCESSORIES
Optional accessories are available
through your
Wolf dealer. To
obtain local dealer
information, visit
the Locator section
of our website,
wolfappliance.com.
Pro Hood Liner – available in widths to
accommodate 30" (762) to 60" (1524) hoods.
All hoods have welded seams, sealed halogen
lighting and removable, dishwasher-safe filters.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf does not recommend the use of downdraft ventilation with the
electric fryer module.
Low-profile lid
Small baskets
Large basket
Fryer basin
Wire basket hanger
Fryer module assembly
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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F RY E R M O D U L E O P E R A T I O N
M O D E S O F O P E R AT I O N
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
LOCK MODE
Clean your fryer module thoroughly with hot
water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry with
a soft cloth. This removes any residual oil and
grease left on the surface from the manufacturing process.
In Lock mode, all touch pad operations on
the control panel are disabled and the heating
element is deenergized. A steady glowing light
in the “key” touch pad indicates that the unit is
locked. Refer to the illustration below for
location of the “key” touch pad.
Refer to Care Recommendations on page 14.
Apply a stainless steel polish to protect the
finish and add luster.
During the initial period of use, you may smell
a light burning odor or see light smoke. Both
these conditions are normal with a new fryer
module.
Oil must be added to the fryer basin
before turning the unit on. Serious injury
or damage to the fryer module may
result when pouring oil into a heated
fryer basin.
To lock the control panel, touch and hold
the “key” symbol for 3 seconds. The unit
will beep three times and the light in the
“key” touch pad will illuminate. The control
unit is now in Lock mode.
To unlock the control panel, touch and hold
the “key” symbol for 3 seconds. The unit
will beep twice and the light in the “key”
touch pad will go out. The control unit is
now in Idle mode.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When the unit is powered
up for the first time or if there has been a
power outage, the fryer module will default to
Lock mode.
IDLE MODE
Do not use abrasive cleaners; they will
permanently scratch the surface.
After unlocking the control panel as described
in Lock Mode, the unit enters the Idle mode of
operation. The valid touch pad operations are
OFF ON, LOCK, ”+”, ”–” or CLEAR.
Temperature
LED display
Power indicator
bar graph
Lock ”key”
touch pad
Touch control panel
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Temperature
adjustment
Timer LED
display
OFF ON
touch pad
CLEAR
touch pad
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F RY E R M O D U L E O P E R A T I O N
S E T T I N G C O N T RO L S
The control panel of your electric fryer module
is illuminated and features touch controls with
graduated-control lighting and temperature
display. Refer to the illustrations below.
To activate the fryer module, first touch the
OFF ON touch pad on the touch control panel.
The power indicator bar graph will begin to
blink and show a half-power status. To
complete the activation, one of the following
must be done while the bar graph is still
blinking:
Touch the ”+” symbol to set the
temperature to 350˚F (175˚C) and complete
the activation.
Touch the ”–” symbol to set the
temperature to 350˚F (175˚C) and complete
the activation.
Touch HIGH to set the temperature to 400˚F
(205˚C) and complete the activation.
Touch LOW to set the temperature to 190˚F
(90˚C) and complete the activation.
To change the power level setting once the
unit is activated and the bar graph lights are
no longer blinking:
Touch the ”+” symbol to increase the
temperature set point.
Touch the ”–” symbol to decrease the
temperature set point.
Touch HIGH to increase the temperature set
point to 400˚F (205˚C).
Touch LOW to decrease the temperature set
point to 190˚F (90˚C).
Touch OFF ON to turn the unit off.
H E AT S E T T I N G G U I D E
LOW – 190˚F (90˚C)
Melting shortening or lard
350˚F (175˚C)
Frying most frozen foods
Fresh doughnuts
French fries
365˚F (185˚C)
Frying seafood, breaded
370˚F (190˚C)
Frying chicken pieces,
breaded
375˚F (190˚C)
Frying vegetables,
breaded
380˚F (195˚C)
Frying tortilla chips
Cornish hens
”+” and ”–”
symbols
HIGH
touch pad
LOW
touch pad
OFF ON
touch pad
Touch control panel
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
Temperature
display
Temperature readout display
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W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E U S E & C A R E
D E E P - F RY I N G O P E R A T I O N
1) Fill the fryer basin with oil until level with
the oil level line, or approximately 5 quarts
(4.7 L).
2) Place the wire basket hanger into the fryer
basin.
M E LT F E A T U R E
To avoid damage to the fryer, melt all solid
fats before attempting to heat to deepfrying temperature. This also prevents
heating oils to unsafe temperatures.
3) Touch OFF ON to turn the unit on.
4) Touch HIGH, LOW, or the ”+”, or ”–”
symbol to set the temperature and preheat.
Touch LOW to activate the melt feature
when using lard or shortening.
5) When preheating, the actual temperature
and set point will toggle back and forth.
Once the set point is reached, the fryer will
beep once, the display will show the set
point temperature, and preheat will disappear from the temperature display.
6) Once preheat is finished, add food to one of
the fryer baskets and hang the basket on
the wire basket hanger positioned in the
fryer basin. Refer to the chart on page 15 to
estimate deep-frying times.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not cover the fryer
module while deep-frying. The cover is for
storage only.
7) Remove the fryer basket from the fryer
basin using dry pot holders.
8) Touch OFF ON to turn the unit off.
When hanging fryer basket onto the
basket hanger in the fryer basin, use dry
pot holders to protect hands from hot oil
burns.
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The melt feature is used to slowly melt solid
shortening or lard to a liquid state. Use this
feature before heating shortening or lard to
the desired deep-frying temperature. Stir
frequently while melting. Do not preheat the
fryer when using the melt feature.
To initiate melt feature, touch LOW. ”MELT”
will illuminate in the temperature display.
This will slowly melt shortening or lard for
10 minutes, then heat to and maintain an oil
temperature setting of 190˚F (90˚C). After 10
minutes, ”MELT” will disappear from the
temperature display.
The melt feature will not initiate if the oil
temperature is above 125˚F (50˚C). The fryer
will heat to and maintain an oil temperature
setting of 190˚F (90˚C).
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M A N UA L D R A I N O P E R AT I O N
T I M E R O P E R AT I O N
The oil will be hot. Before opening the
drain valve, make sure that the oil has
cooled significantly—below 140˚F (60˚C)
—before draining oil into a heat-resistant
bucket. The temperature display will
continue to show oil temperature until
the oil has cooled to below 140˚F (60˚C),
even if the unit is off or in Lock mode.
The control panel of the fryer module has an
independent 99-minute timer. Refer to the illustration below. This function can be used with
or without the unit in operation. However, the
fryer must not be in Lock mode.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The fryer module must be
installed in a base cabinet that allows access to
the manual drain valve for draining the oil. A
heat-resistant bucket must be positioned under
the drain outlet to accept the oil. The bucket
must be able to hold 2 gallons (7.6 L).
To start the timer, touch the ”+” or ”–”
symbol until the correct amount of time is
shown in the timer display. The timer will
begin its countdown after a two-second
delay.
A warning beep will sound when the timer
has one minute left and begins to countdown in seconds starting at 59.
A signal will beep when time has expired
and will continue to beep every 30 seconds.
Touch CLEAR to reset the timer.
To open the manual drain valve, push in the
safety latch as you turn the drain valve handle
downward. Refer to the illustration below.
”+” and ”–”
symbols
DRAIN VALVE
(closed position)
HEAT-RESISTANT BUCKET
Timer
display
Manual drain valve
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
Timer controls
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T H E COLD ZONE
In the bottom of the fryer, there is an area that
has no heat under it called the cold zone. This
area collects any water from the food as well
as food particles that separate from dried
foods. This cold area prevents oil from
foaming over as well as from breaking down
over prolonged heating time.
H OT O I L I N D I C A T O R
When the fryer is turned off after use, the
temperature display will remain illuminated,
showing the oil temperature. This display will
remain on until the temperature of the oil has
cooled to below 140˚F (60˚C), even if the unit is
in Lock mode.
D E E P - F RY I N G T I P S
The ”smoke point” temperature is when oil
begins to decompose and visible smoke is
given off. Refer to the following chart.
For deep-frying, it is best to use an oil that
has a smoke point above 400˚F (205˚C).
Never add oil to the fryer basin above the
oil level line.
Clarify oil by putting several slices of raw
potato in cooled oil and reheat slowly,
stirring occasionally until the oil reaches
350˚F (175˚C) or the potato starts to brown.
Discard potato and strain.
If the oil is not hot enough, oil will reach
the internal part of food before the coating
cooks enough to form a protective layer,
resulting in greasy food.
If the oil is too hot, the coating will burn
from the direct heat of the oil before the
food has had time to cook.
Deep-fry only small batches of food at a
time. Deep-frying too much food will lower
the oil temperature enough to cause greasy
food.
Remove ice from frozen food before deepfrying to avoid popping of oil.
Allow frozen breaded fish to thaw slightly
to shorten the deep-frying time and give the
breading a golden brown rather than a dark
brown color.
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W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E U S E & C A R E
Moist or frozen food can lead to excessive
foaming when first submerged in oil. To
avoid this, lower the food slowly into the
oil.
For deep-frying, it is best to use the same
oil no more than three times, since
repeated use will lower the smoke point.
After each use, remove any food particles
from the oil.
After allowing the oil to cool, cover the
fryer with the low-profile lid to prevent
contamination of the oil.
S M O K E P O I N T T E M P E R AT U R E S
Canola Oil, refined
400˚F (205˚C)
Corn Oil, refined
450˚F (230˚C)
Lard
360˚F–400˚F (180˚C–205˚C)
Olive Oil, pure
280˚F (140˚C)
Olive Oil, extra virgin
405˚F (205˚C)
Peanut Oil
450˚F (230˚C)
Safflower Oil
450˚F (230˚C)
Shortening
355˚F–370˚F (180˚C–190˚C)
Vegetable Oil
440˚F–450˚F (225˚C–230˚C)
Oil must be added to the fryer basin
before turning the unit on. Serious injury
or damage to the fryer module may
result if oil is poured into a heated fryer
basin.
To protect hands from oil burns, wear
heavy plastic gloves when deep-frying.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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C A R E R E C O M M E N D AT I O N S
COMPONENT
C A R E R E C O M M E N D AT I O N
Fryer Module
Frame and Lid
Stainless steel
CAUTION: Make sure the fryer module is off and all surfaces are cool before
cleaning any part of the unit.
S I G N AT U R E
POLISH
Signature Polish
is available from
Signature Limited
Laboratory,
P. O. Box 13436,
Dayton, Ohio
45413-0436, or
call 877-376-5474
(toll free).
Exterior Cleaning: Use a soft, nonabrasive stainless steel cleaner like
Signature Polish (see side note) and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring
out the natural luster, lightly wipe the surface with a water-dampened
microfiber cloth, followed with a dry microfiber cloth. All work should follow
the same grain direction as the finish. Best results are obtained by keeping
the cloth in continuous contact with the metal.
For best results, wipe up spills and spatters as they occur and immediately
after the module has cooled. If splatters are allowed to dry, they may permanently damage or stain the finish.
CAUTION: Do not use abrasive cleaners (e.g., Comet or Soft Scrub); they will
permanently scratch the surface.
Fryer Basin
Stainless steel
After emptying the oil from the fryer basin, pour 4 quarts (3.8 L) water with
dish soap into the empty basin. Scrub with a nylon brush. Rinse well and
drain. Dry thoroughly.
WARNING: If the fryer basin is not dried thoroughly, excess water may
spatter hot oil, causing burns.
WARNING: Pay particular attention to the drain outlet and manual valve
when emptying, as oil may be hot. Allow unit to cool.
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Fryer Baskets
Nickel-coated
wire mesh
Both the large and small fryer baskets can be cleaned by hand with warm
soapy water or placed in the dishwasher.
Basket Hanger
Nickel-coated
wire mesh
The wire basket hanger can be cleaned by hand with warm soapy water or
placed in the dishwasher.
Control Panel
Ceran glass
Use warm soapy water with a soft cloth to remove fingerprints and residual
food and water stains from the control panel. Apply cleaner to the cloth
before wiping panel. Do not use aggressive commercial cleaners, as they
may damage the assembly.
W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E U S E & C A R E
W O L F D E E P - F RY I N G G U I D E
Food
Oil Temperature
Deep-Frying Time
350˚F (175˚C)
2–3 min
Chicken Patties
1 lb (.5 kg), about 5
380˚F (195˚C)
12–14 min
Turn over halfway through
deep-frying time.
Chicken Legs
breaded
370˚F (190˚C)
15–17 min
Use large fryer basket.
Cornish Hens
washed and dried thoroughly
380˚F (195˚C)
12–14 min
Use large fryer basket,
turning over as needed.
Cornish Hens, 2
washed and dried thoroughly
380˚F (195˚C)
15–17 min
Use large fryer basket,
turning over as needed.
Meat
Chicken Nuggets
1 lb (.5 kg), about 30 nuggets
Snacks
Tortilla chips, corn tortillas
each cut into quarters
French fries,
cut 3/8" (10)
Seafood
Shrimp, coated
16–20 lb (7–9 kg)
Scallops, coated
40–60 lb (18–27 kg)
Vegetables
Mushrooms, broccoli,
zucchini, cauliflower
bite-size, breaded
Sweets
Doughnuts
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
380˚F (195˚C)
1/2–1
min
Comments
Use large basket,
stirring frequently.
Use large basket,
stirring occasionally.
350˚F (175˚C)
then 370˚F (190˚C)
6–7 min first frying,
1–2 min second frying
Use large frying basket.
Deep-fry in small batches.
Cool down between
deep-frying times.
365˚F (185˚C)
1–2 min
Best coated with flour or
cracked-wheat breading.
365˚F (185˚C)
3–4 min
Use large fryer basket.
375˚F (190˚C)
2–3 min
Turn over as needed.
350˚F (175˚C)
1–2 min
Turn halfway through deepfrying time.
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W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E R E C I P E S
C I N N A M O N ELEPHANT EARS
RECIPE
METHODS
If no food processor is available,
follow the recipe
directions for the
traditional dough
method.
Makes 16 elephant ears
R I S I N G A N D D E E P - F RY I N G
1 cup (240 ml) milk
1 Tbsp (15 g) active dry yeast
or 1 pkg (8 g) active dry yeast
7 cups (840 g) flour, divided*
6 Tbsp (75 g) sugar
3 Tbsp (25 g) shortening
1 Tbsp (15 g) salt
1 tsp (3 g) cinnamon
1 cup (240 ml) cold water
Oil for deep-frying
Let rise for 1 hour or until doubled in bulk.
Cut into 16 even pieces. Make each piece into
smooth ball and roll each ball into a 5- to
6-inch (127–152) circle. Cover with dry dish
towel. Allow to rest while heating the oil.
Topping:
Fill the fryer basin with 5 quarts (4.7 L) oil.
Preheat the Wolf fryer module to 375˚F (190˚C).
Deep-fry each circle for 1 minute on each side,
piercing any bubbles as they form on the
dough. Carefully remove and drain on paper
towels. Combine topping ingredients. Sprinkle
on elephant ears while warm. Serve warm.
1/ 2
cup (100 g) sugar
1 tsp (3 g) cinnamon
F O O D P RO C E S S O R M E T H O D
Heat milk to 105˚F to 115˚F (40˚C to 45˚C). Mix
in yeast and allow to stand for 10 minutes.
Place 6 cups (720 g) flour, sugar, shortening,
salt and cinnamon in 14-cup (3.3 L) food
processor bowl with dough blade. Process 5
seconds. With machine running, slowly pour
yeast mixture through feed tube. Continue
pouring water through, until dough forms (all
water may not be used). Process 30 seconds
until a soft dough forms. Turn dough out onto
a lightly floured surface. Place in a 2-gallon
(7.5 L) plastic bag, pressing out excess air.
TRADITIONAL DOUGH METHOD
In large mixing bowl using dough hook, thoroughly mix undissolved yeast, 2 cups (240 g)
flour, sugar, shortening, salt and cinnamon.
Heat water and milk to 120˚F to 130˚F (50˚C to
55˚C). Gradually pour into dry ingredients and
beat 2 minutes at medium speed of electric
mixer, scraping bowl occasionally. Add 2 cups
(240 g) flour. Continue beating 2 more minutes.
Reduce speed to low and gradually stir in additional flour to make a soft dough. Place in a 2gallon (7.5 L) plastic bag, pressing out excess
air. Continue following the directions for Rising
and Deep-Frying.
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*To measure flour, spoon or pour flour into a dry
measuring cup. Level off with spatula or straightedged knife. Do not tap or shake flour before
leveling.
W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E R E C I P E S
MANGO BROCCOLI S P R I N G RO L L S
Makes approximately 20 spring rolls
Filling:
5 dried black mushrooms
2 ounces (60 g) dried bean thread noodles
3 green onions, sliced
1 pkg (16 ounces) (450 g) broccoli slaw mix
1/2 tsp (2 g) Chinese Five-Spice
1/2 mango, peeled, coarsely chopped
Marinade:
2 Tbsp (30 ml) chicken broth
1 Tbsp (15 ml) oyster-flavored sauce
1/2 tsp (2.5 ml) sesame oil
2 tsp (2 g) cornstarch
1/4 tsp (1 g) Chinese Five-Spice
1/4 tsp (1 g) fish sauce
1/ 2
pound (225 g) boneless, skinless
chicken breasts
1 Tbsp (15 ml) sesame oil
20 egg roll wrappers
Oil for deep-frying
Preheat a large wok for 5 to 7 minutes on
HIGH. Add 1 tablespoon (15 ml) sesame oil,
making sure to coat all sides. Add chicken and
stir-fry 2–3 minutes, until no longer pink. Add
the rest of the filling ingredients to the wok
and continue to stir-fry for 1/2 to 1 minute
more. Remove filling from heat, and let cool in
a bowl.
When filling has cooled, place one wrapper on
a clean, dry surface in a diamond shape. Place
1/3 cup (78 ml) filling in the middle. Wrap the
bottom of the diamond toward the top, fold
the sides in and roll upward. Use small
amounts of water to seal the edges together.
Continue until all filling is used, approximately
20 rolls.
Fill the fryer basin with 5 quarts (4.7 L) oil.
Preheat the Wolf fryer module to 360˚F (180˚C).
Deep-fry a few spring rolls at a time, turning
occasionally, until golden brown, 3–4 minutes.
Remove and drain on paper towels.
METHOD
Soak mushrooms and bean thread noodles in
warm water until softened, about 15 minutes.
Drain. Cut noodles into 4" (102) strips and set
aside. Trim stems off softened mushrooms and
slice. Combine green onions, broccoli slaw
mix, mango and spice and add to the mushrooms and bean thread noodles. Set aside.
Combine all marinade ingredients into a
medium bowl and whisk until fully dissolved.
Cut chicken breasts into thin strips and place in
marinade. Set aside for 10 minutes.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E R E C I P E S
E A S Y LIGHT BREADING
C R U N C H Y N O O D L E S A L A D TO P P I N G
Makes breading for 15 to 20 pieces
Bean threads or cellophane noodles
Batter:
3/ 4
cup (90 g) cornstarch
cup (40 g) flour
1 Tbsp (15 g) sugar
1 tsp (3 g) baking powder
1 tsp (3 g) dried dill weed
1/2 tsp (2 g) garlic salt
1/2 tsp (2 g) salt
1/4 tsp (1 g) black pepper
1 large egg, beaten
1/2 cup (118 ml) club soda
1/ 3
Vegetables cut into bite-size pieces
(broccoli, mushrooms, zucchini)
Fish, cut into 1" x 2" (25 x 51) pieces,
dried well
Oil for deep-frying
Dipping sauces, optional
METHOD
Fill the fryer basin with 5 quarts (4.7 L) oil.
Preheat the Wolf fryer module to 350˚F (175˚C).
Combine all dry ingredients. Add egg and club
soda and beat until smooth. Add additional
flour if desired for thicker batter. Using fork or
slotted spoon, dip vegetables and fish into the
batter. Carefully place pieces into preheated
oil. Deep-fry 2–3 minutes or until golden
brown. Remove from oil and drain on paper
towels. Repeat as needed with remaining
vegetables and fish.
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METHOD
Fill the fryer basin with 5 quarts (4.7 L) oil.
Preheat the Wolf fryer module to 350˚F (175˚C).
Drop a small amount of bean threads or
noodles in oil. As soon as they float they are
ready to be removed (this only takes about 5
seconds). Remove and drain on paper towels.
Place on salads as a topping garnish.
W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E R E C I P E S
F R E N C H FRIES
T E M P U R A B AT T E R
Makes approximately 4 servings
Makes batter for 20 to 30 pieces
1 pound (.45 kg) potatoes, unpeeled
Oil for deep-frying
Salt
Batter:
METHOD
Cut each potato into 16 long potato sticks,
each about 3/8-inch (9) on a side. Place on
paper towels and dry thoroughly.
Fill the fryer basin with 5 quarts (4.7 L) oil.
Preheat the Wolf fryer module to 350˚F (175˚C).
Place potatoes in large fryer basket. Deep-fry
about 7 minutes or until potatoes are lightly
browned. Remove from the oil and drain
between paper towels. Cool completely. When
ready to serve, preheat the oil to 375˚F (190˚C).
Deep-fry the potatoes for 1 to 2 minutes or
until they are the desired brownness. Salt as
desired. Serve warm.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
3/ 4
cup (90 g) cornstarch
cup (80 g) flour
1 tsp (4 g) salt
1/4 tsp (1 g) baking powder
1 1/2 cups (360 ml) water
Oil for deep-frying
3/ 4
Shrimp, clean, raw, deveined
Other seafood or vegetables
METHOD
Combine the dry ingredients. Add water and
whisk well.
Fill the fryer basin with 5 quarts (4.7 L) oil.
Preheat the Wolf fryer module to 365˚F (185˚C).
Meanwhile, prepare the shrimp and vegetables. Dry the seafood by spreading them out
between layers of paper towels and patting
completely dry. Immediately before adding the
food to the fryer, dip it into the batter. Deep-fry
2–3 minutes, turning over as needed. Cool
slightly before serving.
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W O L F F RY E R M O D U L E R E C I P E S
CHIPS O F M A N Y C O L O R S
Chips:
Beets
Sweet potatoes
Russet potatoes
Oil for deep-frying
Seasoning for Sweet Chips:
2 Tbsp (25 g) firmly packed brown sugar
1/4 tsp (1 g) ground ginger
1/4 tsp (1 g) ground nutmeg
1/4 tsp (1 g) ground cinnamon
Seasoning for Zesty Chips:
1 Tbsp (10 g) garlic powder with parsley
1 Tbsp (10 g) onion powder
1/2 tsp (2 g) ground allspice
1/4 tsp (1 g) red pepper
2 tsp (6 g) paprika
2 tsp (6 g) firmly packed brown sugar
1/2 tsp (2 g) ground thyme
1 1/2 tsp (5 g) ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp (1 g) ground nutmeg
1/4 tsp (1 g) ground habanero chilies
1 tsp (3 g) salt
METHOD
Peel the vegetables. Using a mandoline or
plastic slicer, slice the vegetables almost
paper-thin, approximately 1/16-inch (2) thick. As
the vegetables are sliced, place each type in a
separate large bowl of cold water and let stand
for 30 minutes to remove the excess starch.
Drain the vegetables well. Spread them out
between layers of paper towels and pat
completely dry.
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Fill the fryer basin with 5 quarts (4.7 L) oil.
Preheat the Wolf fryer module to 350˚F (175˚C).
In separate batches, without overcrowding,
place each type of vegetable in the large fryer
basket. Deep-fry the vegetables 2–3 minutes or
until the chips are golden brown. Deep-fry the
beets last, as their color will discolor the oil.
Remove the chips and drain on paper towels.
Sprinkle with the seasoning while warm. The
chips will crisp as they cool and are best
served at room temperature within 6 hours of
deep-frying.
W O L F T R O U B L E S H O OT I N G G U I D E
T R O U B L E S H O OT I N G G U I D E
P RO B L E M
P RO B A B L E C AU S E
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
Nothing works
Module is not connected to a
proper electrical circuit.
Have an electrician verify that the proper
voltage is being applied to the module.
Fuse is blown or circuit
breaker is tripped.
Have an electrician replace the fuse or
reset the circuit breaker.
No electricity to the module.
Module is in Lock mode.
Have an electrician check the house
power supply. Unlock the control (see
page 8).
Fryer module was started
with no oil.
1) Press the CLEAR touch pad.
“LO” appears in
the temperature
display
Oil level is too low in the
fryer basin.
2) Add oil to the appropriate level.
3) Unlock the control.
4) Resume operation of the control.
After adding oil, the control may take
a few minutes to reset.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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W O L F S E RV I C E I N F O R M A T I O N
S E RV I C E I N F O R M A T I O N
C O N TA C T
I N F O R M AT I O N
Wolf Customer
Service:
800-332-9513
Website:
wolfappliance.com
When requesting information, literature,
replacement parts or service, always refer to
the model and serial number of your fryer
module. Both numbers are listed on the
product rating plate located on the underside
of the module. Refer to the illustration on
page 3. Record the rating plate information
below for future reference.
Model Number
Serial Number
Installation Date
Wolf Authorized Service Center and Phone
Wolf Dealer and Phone
P R O D U C T R E G I S T R AT I O N
Register your new Wolf product today so that
we may ensure your satisfaction. You may
register by one of the following options:
1) Mail in the completed Wolf Product
Registration Card.
2) Register online at wolfappliance.com.
3) Register by phone by calling the Wolf
Customer Service Department at
800-332-9513.
The model and serial numbers of your appliance are printed on the enclosed Wolf Product
Registration Card. If you provide us with your
e-mail address, we will send you exciting new
product updates and recipes as they become
available, along with information on special
events.
B E F O R E C A L L I N G F O R S E RV I C E
Before calling your Wolf authorized service
center, refer to the Troubleshooting Guide on
page 21. Check the household fuse or circuit
breaker to see if it has been blown or tripped
and that the electrical connection to the
appliance has not been disconnected. A power
outage may also have caused a disruption in
service.
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property of Wolf Appliance Company, Inc.,
an affiliate of Sub-Zero Freezer Company, Inc.
Neither this book nor any information or images
contained herein may be copied or used in
whole or in part without the express written
permission of Wolf Appliance Company, Inc.,
an affiliate of Sub-Zero Freezer Company, Inc.
© Wolf Appliance Company, Inc. all rights
reserved.
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WOLF APPLIANCE PRODUCTS
LIMITED WARRANTY
RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY
FULL TWO YEAR WARRANTY*
For two years from the date of original installation, your Wolf Appliance product warranty covers all
parts and labor to repair or replace any part of the product that proves to be defective in materials
or workmanship. All service provided by Wolf Appliance Company under the above warranty must
be performed by a Wolf Appliance authorized service center, unless otherwise specified by Wolf
Appliance Company. Service will be provided in the home during normal business hours.
LIMITED THIRD THROUGH FIFTH YEAR WARRANTY
From the third through fifth year from the date of original installation, Wolf Appliance Company will
repair or replace the following parts that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship. Labor to
remove and replace defective parts is not covered. Wolf Appliance Company recommends that you
use a Wolf Appliance authorized service center to perform such service.
Gas Burners (excluding appearance), Electric Heating Elements, Blower Motors (vent hoods),
Electronic Control Boards, Magnetron Tubes and Induction Generators
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
For the life of the product, Wolf Appliance Company will repair or replace any BBQ body or BBQ hood
that rusts through due to defective material or workmanship. Labor to remove and replace defective
parts is not covered. Wolf Appliance Company recommends that you use a Wolf Appliance authorized service center to perform such service.
TERMS APPLICABLE TO EACH WARRANTY
The warranty applies only to products installed for normal residential use. The warranty applies only
to products installed in any one of the fifty states of the United States, the District of Columbia or
the ten provinces of Canada. This warranty does not cover any parts or labor to correct any defect
caused by negligence, accident or improper use, maintenance, installation, service or repair.
THE REMEDIES DESCRIBED ABOVE FOR EACH WARRANTY ARE THE ONLY ONES THAT WOLF
APPLIANCE COMPANY, INC. WILL PROVIDE, EITHER UNDER THIS WARRANTY OR UNDER ANY
WARRANTY ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW. WOLF APPLIANCE COMPANY, INC. WILL NOT BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE
BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR
STATUTORY.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and
you may also have other legal rights that vary from state to state.
To receive parts and/or service and the name of the Wolf Appliance authorized service center
nearest you, contact Wolf Appliance Company, Inc., P. O. Box 44848, Madison, Wisconsin 53744;
check the Locator section of our website, wolfappliance.com, or call 800-332-9513.
* Stainless Steel (classic, platinum and carbon) doors, panels and product frames are covered by a
limited 60 day parts and labor warranty for cosmetic defects.
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MADISON, WI 53744
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