Butterball Turkey Fryer

Butterball Turkey Fryer

Butterball Turkey Fryer Today we give our honest, 30 second review on the Butterball Turkey Fryer.

Every year there are over 4,300 house fires on Thanksgiving. These fires claim 15 lives and cause $21,000,000 in damage. According to the U.S. Fire Administration many of those fires are caused by people frying turkeys. The old school method of frying turkeys with 3 gallons of oil and an open flame has always been ripe for terrible tragedy. Luckily, there is now an affordable solution that can be used safely inside with minimal hazard.


Butterball Turkey Fryer Pros

  • The Butterball Turkey Fryer is SAFE!
  • You save money by using a third less oil than with a regular turkey fryer.
  • It can also be used as a steamer or a boiler


  • Butterball Turkey Fryer Cons

  • Some 14 pound turkeys will not fit in the basket. (Just use a 11-12 pound bird!)
  • Electric heating element will not recover the grease heat as quick as a propane fryer.
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    31 comments on “Butterball Turkey Fryer
    1. [..YouTube..] I just watched the infomercial on TV and WHAT A SCAM!!FIRST, they don’t tell you how much it is.SECOND, THEY OFFER FREE GIFTS , THEY SAY’ are worth over $250.00.Ya’ know what they call 250 bucks worth of gifts? An instructional video , probably cost 5 bucks , 3 vacuum press & seal lids, sold for 19.99 for 20 on another infomercial, gloves to handle the turkey, you can get anywhere for 10 bucks & a $5.00 coupon. So about $30-$40 worth of crap they say is worth 250. HOW MUCH IS THE FRYER ?

    2. Gamersukatlife says:

      I just watched the infomercial on TV and WHAT A SCAM!!FIRST, they don’t tell you how much it is.SECOND, THEY OFFER FREE GIFTS , THEY SAY’ are worth over $250.00.Ya’ know what they call 250 bucks worth of gifts? An instructional video , probably cost 5 bucks , 3 vacuum press & seal lids, sold for 19.99 for 20 on another infomercial, gloves to handle the turkey, you can get anywhere for 10 bucks & a $5.00 coupon. So about $30-$40 worth of crap they say is worth 250. HOW MUCH IS THE FRYER ?

    3. [..YouTube..] So its primary application is to cook turkeys…..I don’t know about other people, but myself and other family members cook a turkey 3 times a year AT THE MOST. Hardly seems worth investing in a fairly expensive and space consuming appliance.

    4. torylivingston says:

      So its primary application is to cook turkeys…..I don’t know about other people, but myself and other family members cook a turkey 3 times a year AT THE MOST. Hardly seems worth investing in a fairly expensive and space consuming appliance.

    5. Davtwan says:

      [..YouTube..] Um, but it can steam and fry all those other foods. I’m pretty sure it has more than one use. ( 0:36 ) Granted they aren’t “primary” applications, but I’m pretty sure you eat vegitibles and other steamed foods more than 3 times a year.

    6. Davtwan says:

      Um, but it can steam and fry all those other foods. I’m pretty sure it has more than one use. ( 0:36 ) Granted they aren’t “primary” applications, but I’m pretty sure you eat vegitibles and other steamed foods more than 3 times a year.

    7. Losaru says:

      [..YouTube..] Frying my turkey. Because Thanksgiving wasn’t fattening me up enough. XP

    8. Losaru says:

      Frying my turkey. Because Thanksgiving wasn’t fattening me up enough. XP

    9. kkodax123 says:

      [..YouTube..] How many turkeys do you fry a year

    10. kkodax123 says:

      How many turkeys do you fry a year

    11. [..YouTube..] the music is so epic

    12. The1swhoplayairsoft says:

      the music is so epic

    13. [..YouTube..] Narrator: Indoor Turkey fryer!Me: Oh. I thought it was an outdoor fryer.

    14. snowsproutrules says:

      Narrator: Indoor Turkey fryer!Me: Oh. I thought it was an outdoor fryer.

    15. JarleeX says:

      [..YouTube..] It does not heat… It uses a submerged electric heating element.

    16. JarleeX says:

      It does not heat… It uses a submerged electric heating element.

    17. MiHiVidz says:

      [..YouTube..] Why let the rednecks have all the fun burning down their trailer homes? With the Butterball Indoor Turkey Fryer, you too can have your own three-alarm flash fire and horrific disfiguring 3rd degree burns in the comfort of your own kitchen!

    18. MiHiVidz says:

      Why let the rednecks have all the fun burning down their trailer homes? With the Butterball Indoor Turkey Fryer, you too can have your own three-alarm flash fire and horrific disfiguring 3rd degree burns in the comfort of your own kitchen!

    19. Dasnechla says:

      [..YouTube..] Glad I didn’t hype in to one of these when they came out, a LOT of them ended up returned from what I hear.

    20. Dasnechla says:

      Glad I didn’t hype in to one of these when they came out, a LOT of them ended up returned from what I hear.

    21. Byanrich
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      How will you slove an issue of Electric heating element will not recover the grease heat as quick as a propane fryer?

    22. puppy2509 says:

      i just LOVE that name Butterball :)

    23. DanceRock2009 says:

      I honestly had no idea what a butterball was until now

    24. Ruiguo666 says:

      butterballa cubeyou had obne job

    25. lucylovesmoustaches says:

      A looking glass to see your creations cooking… I thought a looking glass was an old term for mirror?

    26. RFWUSA . says:

      Butterball, best brand of turkey along with Jennie O Turkey Store. Stay away from Shady Brook Farms or Honeysuckle White…

    27. jazminarroyo1994 says:

      Why does the background music sound so dramatic?

    28. funezcookie6 says:

      IF i bought this i would of wasted over 300$ because its over 100 walts

    29. XxrosemistxX says:

      did anyone else feel like they were watching trailer instead of a infomercial?

    30. mattmax11 says:

      in canada we roast our turkey

    31. yumerch says:

      lol butterball

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