Tempura Fry Pot with Lid and Thermometer
Tempura Fry Pot with Lid and Thermometer
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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.
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.
Made in Japan.
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.
Care and Use Instructions:
- 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.
Taxes & Customs FeesAs our products are shipped from Japan they may be subject to taxes and to customs fees in the country of delivery. These costs are the customer’s responsibility.
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