Bayou Classic 10-qt Multi-Pot
Handles seeped hot oil
Learning to Fry from Portage, Mi– Verified Buyer
I fried some fish, french fries, and onion rings in 4 quarts of oil. The rivit seal on the handles let hot oil seep out on each initial drop of the basket. Not a lot, but enough to be of concern as even a little oil this close to the flame on the bottom of the pot is not a good thing. I like the basket and thermometer but I m looking for another more "leak proof" pot. [...]
Pot is a lightweight
Learning to Fry from Portage, Mi.
I used pot to fry some onion rings, fish, and fries. It's a 10 quart pot so I figured 4 quarts of oil would leave room for the boil up and it did a wonderful job on each dip. Some oil seeped out from the rivit's holding the handles during the first minute of each fry which was of some concern. I think I will keep using the basket and thermometer but keep my eye out for a heavier gauge pot of the same diameter or even a outdoor cast iron one.
Good for the price, but.....
Learning To Fry from Portage, Mi.
Heavier gauge pot would be nice but for the price its ok. Problems come when oil seeps out 2 of the 4 rivits holding the pot handles to the pot when the fry begins. Not a major leak but definitely not something I want to see. I will keep the cover, basket, and thermometer but will replace pot with heavier gauge steel one or a cast iron one. Fish and Onion Rings came out good. French fries not so much.
Rolls On from Eastern, North Carolina– Verified Buyer
Great product, Good price
"I would buy this fry pot again"
no name from Peoria, IL– Verified Buyer
This fryer makes all fried foods taste like restaurant quality fried foods. I make homemade tenderloins, corn fritters, chicken, etc.,you get a much better flavor with this pan than electric deep fryers
Whether backyard entertaining or roughing it at a camp; whether tailgating before the big game or race day; whether spending a day at the park or a day at the beach; there is always that unmistakable feeling from cooking on the Bayou!