The Big Easy® Oil-less Turkey Fryer

Model #14101480

The Big Easy® Oil-less Turkey Fryer

Model #14101480

WAS: $129.99

Special Price $103.99

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. This infrared cooker features a rotary ignition for easy lighting and a removable grease tray for easy cleanups.

WAS: $129.99

Special Price $103.99


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Product Features

  • 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.


Additional Specifications

  • Cooking System Gas TRU-Infrared™

Dimensions & Weight

  • Assembled Width (in.) 21.1
  • Assembled Depth (in.) 20.7
  • Assembled Height (in.) 24.5
  • Weight (lbs.) 35.0000

General Information

  • Model Number 14101480
  • Assembly Required Yes


  • Grate Material Chrome Plated Wire
The Big Easy® Oil-less Turkey Fryer is rated 4.767 out of 5 by 545.
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 Space Maker When I remodeled my kitchen I had to have the nice high BTU Viking stainless steel stove. THEN came the holidays and once I put the turkey in the oven I had no room for any side dishes, so cooking that first holiday dinner was a nightmare. I saw the oil free turkey cooker in the store and new right away this was my salvation. We purchased it 2 days before Thanksgiving and just took a shot that it would work out. WOW, was everyone impressed, first of all it cooked it in a fraction of the normal cooking time, it was crispy on the outside and so juicy on the inside. And it has a fabulous drip pan with disposable liners that made the best gravy I have ever made. Clean up is practically nothing. Since that holiday I now use it in the summer (keeps my kitchen cool) I have the rack where you can cook 2 chickens at one time. A very versatile product and it delivers exactly what it promises- even easy cooking and easy clean up.
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works fine It worked as advertised; right at 2.5 hours for a 15 pound turkey starting at 51 degrees (breast probe temp). I used the lid grating for the last 10 minutes or so but the turkey was browning pretty nicely without it. This is about the same time I usually spend cooking a similar sized turkey in the oven or smoking it on my grill. It was a little unusual in the temp profile. In the first hour it only went up 12 degrees, then went up 65 degrees during the second hour. I say "unusual" because when smoked on my grill or cooked in the oven, the temperature rise is pretty easy to fit to a straight line. Yes, I'm a bit of a food nerd and plot temp vs. time on a spreadsheet so I can usually predict the endpoint time after the first hour of cooking. Because so much of the temperature rise was on the back end, it was difficult to gauge early on and I was worried it was going to be very late. Turns out, I didn't need to worry and everyone enjoyed their on-time, nicely cooked turkey. Some other comments: This seems pretty fuel efficient. I've run it right at 6 hours so far (always on high) and can't tell much difference in the tank weight. I see fuel efficiency is a common question here so I will continue track tank time and comment later on the total I get. (Unfortunately I did not independently verify the tank weight before starting, but the place I refill at is pretty honest, so I doubt they're shorting refills like some places do.) I put some apple and pear wood chips in the bottom of the basket but didn't get much smoke from them. I mapped the temp top to bottom with a probe while running it empty and found the bottom airtemp is not very hot compared to the temp toward the middle/top of the chamber. So maybe that's why. Next time I'll try notching some chips and sticking them on the basket wires about midway up. Note the airtemp at the 4 elliptical slots on the top rim is very hot when running. I laid a wood chip over one and it charred after just a few minutes. So if you're using a wired probe thermometer, make sure the wire crosses the top rim in between these slots, not laying over one of them.
Date published: 2015-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was in Lowes looking for the oil for my deep fyer and my friend who is the manager saw me and we started talking as we always do. He said brother mark you need to try this new deep fryer I just got in I gave him the death stair said really, and said you know you oil to make that bird taste goog he said not any more ,just try it if you don't like it I'll buy it back no question ask I'm giving him the that you must be crazey look . So I buy THE BIG EASY and let me tell you people something that oil less fryer is the best thing since slice bread all my family and friends want me to fry there bird for them , I LOVE MY BIG EASY .
Date published: 2014-06-10
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Is there a natural gas conversion kit for the big easy

Asked by: Bonesbbqer
No. The Big Easy can only be used with a twenty pound propane tank. It cannot be converted to natural gas.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-12-02

My friend says he does 22 lb. Birds in his Big Easy. Is this possible?

Asked by: Stnick999
Last Friendsgiving we cooked a Turkey that was over 20 pounds and the cooker did fine. The hardest part was safety getting the bird out of the basket.
Answered by: Tim N
Date published: 2016-11-29

Can you make fish or steak cubes in this fryer

Asked by: Mn camper
Yes. For cooking multiple meats at once we recommend using the The Big Easy Bunk Bed Basket. This is model # 6584315 and it is available on our site.
Answered by: Devon P
Date published: 2016-11-28

Are the wire mesh lids available separately?

Asked by: QMTX
Yes. The lid used on this Big Easy is model # 29101333 and it is available on our site.
Answered by: Devon P
Date published: 2016-11-28
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