5 Great Turkey Fryer Recipes
Turkey Fryers are not limited to just frying whole turkeys. I am always finding new ways to use my turkey fryer for all kinds of recipes. Below are 5 great turkey fryer recipes that I think you'll enjoy.
#1 Cajun Deep Fried Turkey
A delicious technique for any occasion, turkey frying is particularly popular during the holidays. Use the recipe below, and sink your teeth into the juiciest turkey that you've ever tasted!
#2 Deep Fried Pork Chops on a Stick
These delicious pork chops on a stick are great for any occasion. These cook fast in the turkey fryer, and the convenience of food on a stick means less cleanup for you! Try this fun recipe that is quick and easy to prepare.
#3 Deep Fried Maple-Mustard Glazed Chicken
For smaller gatherings a whole turkey may be a bit too big, and can leave you with lots of leftovers (which I guess is a good thing). But if you want to tone it down a bit you can deep fry a whole chicken in your turkey fryer. Check out my recipe below, and enjoy!
#4 Wisconsin Fish Boil
This great cooking technique was taught to residents of Door County, Wisconsin by Scandinavian lumberjacks, and has gained popularity all across the country. Use your turkey fryer along with the recipe below to do a Wisconsin Fish Boil in your backyard.
#5 Corn Dogs
Bring a little taste of the state fair right into your own back yard with these awesome Homemade Corn Dogs. Go ahead, give your grill a rest, and try something new for your next outdoor party. The kids will love them, and so will you!
- Turkey Frying Safety Tips
Always read the instruction manual that came with your particular model of turkey fryer. Follow those instructions carefully. Never use an open-flame type fryer (such as a propane-fueled unit) indoors. These...
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