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Thanksgiving is upon us, and what could be more traditional than a home-cooked meal prepared in your very own driveway? For some, the idea of a deep fried turkey might seem a bit too risky to try. But for people who have tasted how delicious this method of cooking can be, there’s no going back. Just be sure not to end up starring in your own YouTube video.
And while you’re at it, pick up a pair of deep frying gloves to protect your paws, just in case.
Ingredients You’ll Need:
Steps to Make Deep-Fried Turkey:
If you’re cooking a single turkey, the NE240TKL is the perfect option.
Made with heavy-duty neoprene and a terry lining, this glove will hold up to heat without any problem. These gloves also have a long cuff that will give you added arm protection from any flying hot grease.
When you’re deep frying any food, flare ups are possible. But you won’t need to worry because neoprene is flame resistant.
High heat and flames are part of every good Thanksgiving, right? Maybe not, but accidents do sometimes happen. If you’re a bit nervous about dunking a cold turkey into a vat of hot oil, these gloves will protect you up to 390°F. Boiling oil and flames are no match for this blend of materials.
What sets these gloves apart from the NE240TKL is added 18-inch arm protection.
If you find that you’re making several deep fried turkeys or you’re bumping the heat up a bit for a faster cooking time, the NE246FFL will be your best bet.
Maybe you’re an accomplished turkey fryer. So much so that the entire neighborhood is asking you to deep fry their turkeys too.
Suddenly, you’re spending the entire day slaving over a hot deep fryer. In these cases, your best bet is the NE250TRC.
Along with all of the features that make the other two gloves great, this one includes an extended 20-inch cuff.
Done right, Tom Turkey comes out of the fryer better than any roasted bird ever could. Remember that deep frying is always dangerous, even if you’ve been the designated fryer for plenty of Thanksgivings past.
Know your fryer, follow the instructions to the letter, and never fry a wet bird. It’s just a bad idea.
Want more safety suggestions to make your holidays even better? Read “3 Perfect Gloves to Prep Thanksgiving Dinner.”
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