Deep-frying: Always in season

The T-Fal Minuto Mini Fryer with Filter Pot offers a compact and convenient fryer that can be used all year round.

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The Super Bowl may be over, but that doesn't mean the tradition can't live on. It's not the tradition of the game or even the commercials that's up for consideration here, but rather the tradition of the food. Every Super Bowl spread may strive for perfection, but only the very best achieve glory. It takes but one addition to stand out in a landscape cluttered with suspect cheese dips and prepackaged salty snacks: deep-fried food.

If the trophy presentation to the New Orleans Saints earlier this month left you hungry for more, there is an overtime solution that can be useful during the rest of the year. The T-Fal Minuto Mini Fryer with Filter Pot makes it easy to enjoy deep-fried goodness any time of the year. Featuring a compact size and a quick fry time, the 10-inch-by-8-inch fryer will make a fine addition to your trophy case kitchen countertop.

Complete with viewing window in which to watch the action unfold, the fryer is designed for small-batch cooking. With a 1-liter capacity for oil and the ability to cook up to a pound of food at a time, the deliciousness of deep-fried delights is only but a countertop away. Included with the fryer is a convenient filter pot that makes it easy to reuse oil for the next fry session. While sports fans will always recognize the familiar refrain of "there's always next year." when it comes to deep-fried goodness, you don't have to wait.

About the author

    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.


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