Watch what you eat

The Kalorik Deep Fat Fryer with Removable Bowl features a see-through design.

Everything tastes better deep fried. Kalorik

Deep fryer's can be a lot of fun, but I've always held off picking one up. Aside from the obvious health implications of owning a device that turns anything and everything into a cardiologist's nightmare, the fact is, most deep fryers are just plain ugly. Boxy and almost always draped in stainless steel, deep fryers for home use give more than one reason to (by)pass on owning one. If deep-fried goodness I need, there are plenty of restaurants that are willing to serve it to me.

The Kalorik Deep Fat Fryer with Removable Bowl might change all that. Elegant in design, the home fryer doesn't look the part. Sure, it will still turn food golden brown and delicious, but now you can watch it while the magic happens. Instead of the standard opaque cooking vessel, the Kalorik fryer uses a clear glass bowl. Removable for easy cleaning, the bowl is protected by stainless steel guard rings that add to the overall aesthetic.

Using an immersed heating element, the 2-quart capacity fryer is capable of precision heat control up to 375 degrees. A removable lid with a washable grease filter and a magnetic cord connector round out the feature set of this interesting deep fryer. Just remember, while this deep fryer certainly looks cool, moderation is key. Your cardiologist probably has enough business anyway.

About the author

    Brian is the author of two culinary based books published via his imprint Storkburger Press. 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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