Carolina Cooker® Fryer, 3 Burner, 2 Vats, 3 Baskets

#64557

$189.99 EA

Use this Carolina Cooker® 3 burner outdoor fryer at tailgates, picnics, family fish fries and more. This fish fryer has two frying compartments so that food flavors do not cross contaminate each other. This makes it easy to fry fish or chicken and prepare fries at the same time. Carolina Cooker® makes outdoor cooking simple.

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This Carolina Cooker® outdoor fryer is perfect for frying fish, chicken, fries and more. This fryer has 3 high pressure cast iron burners with 60,000 BTUs each to bring your oil to frying temperature quickly.

The fish fryer has two vats for frying so there is no residual food taste carry over. The smaller fryer basin comes with two chrome plated fryer baskets and has a 2.7 gallon capacity. The large vat at a 7.0 gallon capacity has one chrome plated frying basket. Use this with the Carolina Cooker® aluminum lid to convert this larger fryer section into a steamer.

As with any outdoor cooking, make sure your unit is set up on a level surface to prevent tipping and never overfill the fryer vats.

Specifications

  • Carolina Cooker® Fryer
  • Burners: 3, Cast Iron construction, 60,000 BTUs
  • Vats: 1 large, 1 small
  • Large vat capacity: 33 quarts
  • Small vat capacity:
  • 14 quarts
  • Large vat has one chrome plated basket with side lift handles
  • Small vat has two chrome plated fryer baskets with lift handles
  • Fryer body dimensions: 36-1/2 inches L x 16 inches W x 32 Inches H
  • Measurement of small vat:
    • Height: 6-13/16"
    • Depth: 6-1/2"
    • Width across the top 11-1/8"
    • Length across the top 13-11/16"
  • Measurement of large vat:
    • Height: 6-13/16"
    • Depth:6-3/4"
    • Width across the top: 23-3/16"
    • Length across the top: 14-11/16"
  • Removable legs for transporting
  • UL listed high pressure regulator and hose included
  • Cover included
  • Clip on thermometer included
  • As with other fryers, drain plugs are unsafe and unsanitary when working with cooking oil that reaches high temperatures, and therefore there are no drain plugs in these vats. Please allow cooking oil to cool completely before draining vats.
  • Replacement valve assembly, ASC #68478

We carry additional Carolina Cooker® products to help you customize your fish and chicken fryers. Whether it is a lid, steamer basket, replacement baskets or griddle plate, Carolina Cooker® will make outdoor cooking simple.
  • Use ASC # 75540 for a steamer kit
  • Use ASC # 75542 Carolina Cooker® stainless steel side shelves for more working area.
  • Use ASC # 64004 for an additional small vat.
  • Use ASC # 57051 is additional fryer basket that will fit the small vat of the fish fryer.
  • Use ASC # 57052 is a chrome plated fryer or steamer basket that will fit the large vat of the Carolina Cooker® 3 burner fryer.
  • Use ASC # 30295 High Pressure Cast Iron Burner, 60,000 BTUs
  • Use ASC # 57051 Carolina Cooker ® Chrome Plated Basket
  • Use ASC # 57052 Carolina Cooker® Chrome Plated Large Fryer or Steamer Basket

Carolina Cooker Carolina Cooker® Fryer, 3 Burner, 2 Vats, 3 Baskets in Cookers & Fryers and Cast Iron & Cooking Supplies at Agri Supply ®.

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Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

 

Customer Reviews

4 Stars Carolina Cooker

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Vernon Owens from NJ wrote (July 14, 2015):

I love my Carolina Cooker and it's the second one I own. I just have one issue. How can I reduce the soot that forms on bottom and sides of vats? This is really an issue especiially when it comes time to pack up and clean.

5 Stars Took a chance and it worked GREAT!!

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Happy Band parent from NC wrote (October 24, 2014):

We needed a fryer for a marching band competition that lasted 9 hours and hosted ten high schools. We had about 1500 people show up and french fries were one of our biggest sellers. This fryer stayed busy all day and cooked a 5 pound bag of frozen fries in about 3 minutes. With about the same amount of rest time between batches (and all 3 burners blowing full blast), the fryer kept up it's temperature in the 350-375 range. It does drop when you put the fries in, but it recovered nicely. 1200 dollar commercial fryers do that too. The biggest question we had was how much propane would this thing use. We were pleasantly surprised to learn that we ran nearly 8 hours on a 20 pound tank. We had some slack time where we turned it off, but not much. I would predict you could get 6 hours of constant use. One downside is that wind will affect it. I used some aluminum flashing and metal screws to add a wind fence all around it and we had no issues after that. I also used the flashing to make covers to ke