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Tempura Fry Pot with Lid and Thermometer

Tempura Fry Pot with Lid and Thermometer

Regular price $ 55.00 USD
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Made in Japan in the city of Tsubame Sanjo, well-known for metal handiwork, this compact (20cm) tempura fry pot has a built in draining lid, and thermometer to make frying more convenient!

What We Love About It:

  • Removable lid features a built in oil drainer to place foods after frying, allowing excess oil to drain back into pot.
  • Removable thermometer allows you to track the temperature of the oil, key to frying well.
  • Once you're done frying, you can close the lid and store the oil to use for next time!
  • Compatible with induction, electric and gas cooktops.
  • Round opening prevents oil from splattering out.

Details & Care:

  • Size: Width 286 × Depth 230 × Height 132 mm
  • Weight: 1.6 kg
  • Body: Iron, silicone. Lid: iron (chrome plating)
  • The pot is coated in a ultrathin silicone coating to prevent rusting before use. As you cook with the pan, the silicone coating will naturally wear off. Please rest assured that the silicone is food-safe and is completely safe to consume.
  • Capacity: 2.2 L
  • Note: Do not use it in the microwave or with high flames.
  • Hand wash and dry thoroughly. Do not soak in water or store in humid places as that may cause rusting.


  • For tempura/deep frying only (do not use to boil, or simmer food).
  • Always use oven mitts or protective gloves when handling in use.
  • Ensure that infants and children are kept away from the vicinity when frying. 
  • Do not heat the pot when it is empty (without oil inside).
  • Do not close the lid while heating the oil.
  • Use low to medium heat and if using a gas stove, do not allow the flames to reach/touch the the outer walls of the pot.
  • Do not use if the handles are loose or damaged.
  • Do not fill the pot completely with oil, leave adequate space for frying.
  • Refrain from using metal cooking utensils as they may cause scratches (use utensils made of wood, bamboo, or plastic instead).
  • If the pot was heated without oil, avoid cooling it with cold water, as this may cause warping.
  • Never leave the pot unattended while frying.
  • The oil should not be heated above 200°C (392°F). 
  • Keep your face at a safe distance from the pot while frying, as oil splatter may occur.
  • After use, avoid storing food inside the pot.
  • This pot cannot be used in ovens or microwaves.
  • Do not stack a lot of food on the lid, move fried items after some oil has been drained to another plate. 
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