Gadget Review – Tefal Prissima Deep Fryer

Published May 26, 2010 by Mary Jane

Well, it’s come to that time where I post about my favourite topic – Gadget review. I love this particular appliance, one of our friends sold it to us when they were moving to Dubai and they’ve only used it once – still brand new and we were stoked when they sold it to us for really really cheap price. Now Pandabear is a lover of deep fried food – anything ranges from spring rolls, KFC chicken, chips, wedges and the list carries on. So I know that he would love this gadget too. I’ve tried cooking tempura with this appliance and it worked great!

The tefal deep fryer is oval in shape and came with a a handle which is attached to metal sieve and you could just pop your deep fried ingredients into this sieve and pop it down. The best part about this appliance is that you could close the lid so that your house doesn’t get too smokey or smelly or oily with oil creeping out. It’s so easy to use – there’s a on/off button and then a little switch that sets the temperature with degree & pictures of different meat – chicken, fish, beef, vegies and etc. So I usually adjust it to the chicken picture and then pop the sieve down to the hot oil and it will started deep frying items to perfection. Then the best part is lifting the sieve up to let the oil fall off from the food so you kinda feel a little healthier instead of your food soaked in heavy unhealthy oil. That’s lovely 🙂

I would definitely recommend this gadget – it’s simple to use and gets the job done and what am I recommending it cos it’s TEFAL!! hehehehe…

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