Waring WDF1000 10 lb. Commercial Countertop Deep Fryer 120V
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- Fry area: 9"W x 12"L
- Two 4"W x 9"L x 4"D twin baskets
- Cooks up to 10 lbs. of French fries per hour
- One 7 1/2"W x 9 1/2"L x 4"D basket
- UL and NSF Listed; 120V, 1800W
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Waring NC100 Night Cover for WDF1000 Countertop Fryers
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Waring 030301 Large Fryer Basket for Countertop Fryers
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|Fry Basket Width||4.0 - 7.5 Inches|
|Fry Pot Width||9 Inches|
|Fry Basket Depth||9.0 - 9.5 Inches|
|Fry Pot Depth||12 Inches|
|Fry Basket Height||4 Inches|
|Maximum Temperature||390 Degrees F|
|Number of Fry Baskets||1 - 2|
|Number of Fry Pots||1|
Cook up to 10 lbs. of French Fries per hour with the Waring WDF1000 commercial countertop deep fryer! It features a hinged heating element and a removable stainless steel tank for easy cleaning, a 30 minute timer, and temperature controls that adjust up to 390 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Waring WDF1000 10 lb. commercial countertop fryer comes standard with twin stainless steel fryer baskets. For additional versatility, a single large basket, and a night cover are also included! This large capacity deep fryer requires a 120V electrical connection, and is UL and NSF Listed.
Left to Right: 13"
Front to Back: 17"
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Overall User Rating: Waring WDF1000 10 lb. Commercial Countertop Deep Fryer 120V ( 4.8 stars from 8 reviews )
This is a great little fryer to take out on location for a catering gig. Holds a temperature well and is easy to clean up.
Philip H. from Culinary Creations Posted on 09/03/2014
I love to use this countertop fryer when I dont have a huge batch of doughnuts to fry. It's especially useful for frying small batches of things, like two dozen doughnut holes.
Michael S. from Dough Posted on 07/20/2013
I was asked to cater Chinese for a graduation party and used the party as an excuse to load up on new toys, including this fryer. I oopsed and ordered the 8.5 lb fryer first, with the 208 v plug (which was quickly fixed, thanks to the helpful customer service) and then ordered the 10 lb fryer. It arrived within 3 days, and I had it out of the box, filled with oil, and frying chicken nuggets within the first 20 minutes of it arriving. SO excited with how well it worked, the chicken went in frozen and came out hot, crispy and perfect. I will definitely be looking for any excuse to use the fryer from now on! I fear funnel cakes will be my household's downfall.
Amanda B. Posted on 06/09/2013
Commercial and fryer should not be used in the same sentence with this item. This fryer overall is built very light. But the baskets are impressive and well built. I checked the temperature for accuracy against my digital thermometer and here are the results. Set control for 370, the green light came on right at 370. Then I set control for 390 which is the highest setting. When set at 390, the green light came on at 384. After the green light came on at 384, I waited to see how hot the oil would get, and it topped out at 387 max, plenty hot enough to deep fry with. It seem to recover well and did a good job frying, french fries, breaded fish, breaded shrimp, and chicken wings for hot wings. That is as much as I have cooked with it thus far. A couple tips, I put aluminum foil over the entire control section when the green light comes on and just before I drop the baskets of food into the fryer. This keeps all the splatter off of the control panel. Also never, never, never, put fried food onto paper towels after frying, this just lets the food soak in its own grease. Always put your fried food onto a cookie cooling rack. Place your cookie cooling rack on top of a baking pan etc and this will catch any oil drips. This works great for fries, fish, and all your deep fried items. I always set my fryer at 390 which is the highest setting. I believe this helps to accommodate the temperature drop when frozen foods are added. The basket handles are bent at a 45 degree angle which for me, makes them a little awkward to handle. An easy fix, place them in a vice and bend them at a 90 degree angle, but be careful not to break anything! Pay special attention to what you are prying on, if you do this! I just could not give this five stars because of the light build of the unit. But so far it has performed well and I have no complaints about it, beyond what I have said!
terry d. from Terrys Posted on 06/08/2011
We have a large family so we were in desperate need of a large capacity deep fryer. The Waring WDF1000 is perfect. We started using it the very next day and we use it at least 2 times a week. It's wonderful for fries, fried okra, corn dogs, and anything you want to fry. The two smaller baskets are wonderful for frying two separate items at once and the larger basket is perfect for fries for the whole family in less than 10 minutes. Clean up is very easy.
Lori H. Posted on 02/27/2011
I was a little disappointed at first. It's made in China, the two small baskets were a little smaller than I expected and the whole unit is lighter than I expected. But after using it for several batches of fries and a batch of breaded frozen catfish, I've come to like it a lot. The temp control makes double-frying french fries an easy task. Bring temp to 330, drop fries for 3 minutes, raise baskets and bring temp to 370 and drop fries for 4 minutes and you're done. Recovery time is decent except when using frozen foods. Might want to use a higher temp in the case of frozen items. Loading the two small baskets to the max line will easily give you enough fries for four people or more. One of the small baskets full yields a full dinner plate of fries. The max fill lines on the baskets and the oil container are much appreciated for safety reasons. Cleaning is also relatively easy. Could it be better? Sure, that's why I gave it a 4 and not 5. A beeping tone in addition to the ready temp light would be nice.
Jim M. Posted on 02/04/2011
Nice, simple countertop fryer. Heats up and cools down quickly, cleans easily.
David S. Posted on 10/05/2010
Excellent fryer. It is fast, easy to clean and built to last. It makes delicious french fries and its large capacity allows you to make fries for a large group. I lovr it.
Don C. Posted on 08/13/2010
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