Deep frying is the most common and one of the oldest method of food preparation worldwide. Fried Turkey is a longtime favorite in the southern United States and now, it's gaining popularity no matter where you live. Deep frying a turkey is a vastly superior method for many reasons. The most important is everyone who's ever tried it will tell you, it tastes better than traditional roast turkey. The white meat is moister, the dark meat is even more flavorful, and the skin usually crisps up and never is slimy. Another key reason is the reduced cook time. Frying takes any where from four minutes per pound to seven minutes per pound, while traditional baking method takes anywhere from fifteen to twenty minutes per pound. That's a substantial decrease in cook time, plus you can use your oven for your grandmothers stuffing recipe. A typical fried turkey will only have around a 12 calorie difference per serving with an only an additional two grams of fat per serving. Catania Turkey Fry Oil is a combination of Vegetable Oil and Peanut Oil which offers consumers an affordable option to the higher priced 100% Peanut Oil. The package hold 384 ounces of oil, or three gallons, which fills most fryers on the market. No need to purchase small size oils at a higher cost when Catania offers a convenient size with an easy grip for transportation and a great price. Your turkey will be the centerpiece of your holiday meal. You can fry anything you want in this oil, so make sure you buy two for your Super Bowl party.
Fry oil suited for turkey deep frying
Soybean and peanut oil blend
Large three gallon size to fill fryer
Creates extra moist turkey meat when fried
Includes turkey fry oil, 3 gallons
Soybean Oil, Refined Peanut Oil, TBHQ and Citric Acid to Preserve Stability. Methyl Silicone To Inhibit Foaming.
Product Warnings and Restrictions:
Do Not Pour Hot Oil Into Any Plastic Bottle. Keep Package Away From Heat Or Flame. Overheating Any Oil May Cause Fire. If Oil Catches Fire, Turn Off Heat And Cover Until Extinguished. Do Not Put Water On Hold Or Flaming Oil. Do Not Leave Fryer Unattended. Follow Proper Frying Instructions Pertaining To Your Fryer.