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Does anyone have one? Opinion if you have one, please.
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We've got one that we use primarily to cook meatballs on spaghetti nights. It works great for that, because you don't have to flip them and risk them falling apart.
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I love mine for French fries and chicken wings. I have done a few other items in it as well. I really should us it more often. I do like the fact that you use way less oil than deep frying.
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My sister has one; used it for the first time last year when I went down to visit. She loves hers. She uses it for French fries, chicken tenders and even steak. She's talked about it so much I bought a small one for myself which is my Christmas present to myself.
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What brands do you own? I have been looking at a small one, like 2 qts. since it's only me, but I think it would be great for fries, hush puppies, onion rings, and etc.
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I have one. tried to buy the nice one on tv with the "free" pans but they totally messed up my order so I returned it. I bought a 6 quart from walmart. I use it for wings. so much cheaper than buying them for take out. dh likes fries for I make them for him on occassion. Clean up is more than I would like but I am lazy. I figure it will pay for itself even if all I do is make chicken wings in them. cj