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Home Pressure Fryers?

zackly | Jan 30, 202005:46 AM     8

Are there any available? Can any of the new Instant Pots or be used to pressure fry? I've been frying chicken lately and in my research I've noted that most of the fast food chicken places use pressure fryers. When I search Amazon the only pressure fryers are commercial models costing upwards of $1,000.00. I understand they are dangerous but I'm pretty sure safety features could be built in to make them idiot proof. If you know the KFC story you know The Colonel carried around a stovetop pressure fryer to demonstrate his fried chicken. With the popularity of fried chicken and the countless cooking gadgets available in this country one would think there would be a home version of a pressure fryer available. There would be a huge market for this, IMHO. Am I missing something? Thanks!

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