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The Big Easy® Oil-less Turkey Fryer

Model #14101480

The Big Easy® Oil-less Turkey Fryer

Model #14101480
$129.99

Get the fastest, easiest, safest way to fry with the Big Easy® Oil-less Turkey Fryer. The ultimate turkey fryer is powered by TRU-Infrared™ technology and requires no oil. Create delicious roasts, chicken and turkey dishes with ease. It features a rotary ignition for easy lighting and a removable grease tray for easy cleanups.


$129.99
  



  • Fryer

    Fry whole turkeys or chicken up to 16 pounds, without oil, in the infrared cooking chamber. Enjoy crispy skin and juicy meat, without the extra calories or messy clean-ups.

  • Warranty

    We've got you covered on all grill parts for one year from your date of purchase.

  • Rotary Ignition

    Lights quickly and easily with the turn of a knob.

  • Grease Tray

    The grease tray captures drips for easy clean-up. Custom-fit liner pans (sold separately) can be used to capture drips for gravy and other sauces.

Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Char-Broil
  • Lid Style: Domed Porcelain
  • Body Style: No Cabinet

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The Big Easy® Oil-less Turkey Fryer is rated 4.783 out of 5 by 493.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The WAY to grill! The Big Easy Oil-less Turkey Fryer is a great way to prepare turkeys, chicken, beef, pork, wild game...you name it. Take your favorite outside and provide a little relief for the kitchen crew!
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than trying to deep fry. My wife and I saw this at Lowes right before Thanksgiving, and she just thought we had to have one. Purchased it and about a 17 pound turkey. Injected it with Tony Chachere's Creole Injectable, rubbed the outside with olive oil and a little Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning and let her rip. The bird miraculously turned a perfect brown on the outside near the end and the meat was juicy, with great flavor. Have done several chickens since, and plan to do a brisket this summer. Great product at a great price.
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 20 degrees out and snowing on Thanksgiving Day. I have cooked two turkeys with this product and will never go back to a traditional turkey fryer. I gave the TRU-infrared cooking system its first run through, one month before Thanksgiving. The first bird was 14 pounds and was prepared without dry rub or injection. The temperature outside was 60 degrees. The cook time was on the low end at 10 minutes a pound, using the cover (as directed) at the end of the cook time. The result was a perfectly browned bird with a moist texture to the meat. My 2nd bird was 15 pounds and was injected (basic creole butter recipe, without dry rub) the night before cooking. The temperature outside was 20 degrees (and snowing). The cook time was on the high end at 15 minutes a pound, using the cover (as directed) during the entire cook time. The result was a perfectly browned bird with a juicy texture to the meat. My wife and I have hosted Thanksgiving for over a decade and average 30+ guests. She brines and roasts a bird in the oven and I fry one outside. At the end of the day, my bird was devoured and we had plenty of left overs from hers.
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great cooker This cooker actually works better than I thought it would. It is great for cooking Rib Roast, ribs, boston butts, pork roast, chicken and turkey. What I like is put the food on to cook and forget about it until it is about done.
Date published: 2014-06-10
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Seeing as this is marketed as a fryer, can you fry battered items? Cheese curds, battered wings, etc.?

Asked by: Turboface19
No. Please follow this link to see some of our Big Easy recipes... http://www.charbroil.com/community/collections/the-big-easy/
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-04-22

what is the tme for cooking turkeys

Asked by: skid 55
It normally takes about ten to fifteen minutes per pound to cook a turkey in the Big Easy. We recommend using a meat thermometer to monitor the internal temperature of the turkey.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-04-18

Long time deep fried turkey fan who just did our first turkey (13 lbs) in the big easy. Cooked for just over 2 hours meat thermometer used in breast meat read 175 when we took the bird out.  Bottom half of turkey was almost raw---what did we do wrong? Tx

Asked by: Gobble Gobble
Was the mesh lid left on for the entire duration of the cook? This may have caused the issue. Give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 and we will be able to investigate this.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-04-12

What is the difference between the 14101480 model and the cheaper model 10101480

Asked by: tracey61
The main difference is the year that each Big Easy was manufactured. Model # 14101480 is a 2014 Big Easy and model # 10101480 is a 2010 Big Easy.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-04-12
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