King Kooker® 30 Qt. Outdoor Turkey Fryer Package

Item # WX2-231733

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King Kooker® 30 Qt. Outdoor Turkey Fryer Package... fry up to a 20 pound turkey!

Tom won't be smiling, but you will be! First time I tasted turkey made in a fryer like this, I was hooked. Deep frying locks in the juicy goodness of the turkey meat in an entirely different taste treat than you're used to on previous Thanksgiving Days and other traditional turkey "events"!

  • 12" welded black steel propane outdoor cooker
  • 38,000 BTU cast burners
  • Listed LP hose and regulator with Type 1 connection
  • CSA certified battery operated timer
  • Stainless steel 30 qt. turkey pot with turkey rack and lifting hook
  • Deep fry thermometer
  • Recipe / instruction booklet
  • CSA design certified.

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