Commercial Deep Fryer
These units are a much-relied upon part of countless commercial kitchens, with capacity to produce tasty and in-demand foods with relatively little effort from the cook. In choosing a commercial deep fryer, it is important to consider what foods you will be cooking, as that will dictate what type you need. You can learn more about that important consideration and others through the on-page guides in each category below. Whether you’re frying corn dogs at a concession stand or beignet at a fancy French restaurant, we have the right unit for you.
By delivering high-intensity heat, a commercial gas fryer can cut cooking times for foods like tempura, breaded fish, and, of course, French fries.
A countertop fryer is ideal for low- to medium-volume operations like concession stands and neighborhood pubs.
A regular fryer cleaning routine enables it to work more efficiently, extends the life of your cooking oil, and preserves the taste of the food you cook.
An electric fryer provides efficient heat from elements submerged in the oil vat, saving on energy costs over gas fryers in many cases.
Sometimes called a flat or flat-bottom unit, the most common name for these comes from the treats they’re most known for cooking.
From taco baskets to fry dump stations, having the right commercial fryer accessories equips you for success.
The corn dog fryer is essentially a tall, narrow flat-bottom model with a rack or two of clips built into the vat to hold corn dog sticks.
A donut fryer has a large square vat with a screen to lift the delicious rings of fried dough in and out of the fryer safely and quickly.
The commercial pressure fryer has been trusted for decades to provide succulent and flavorful fried chicken. batch after batch.
These units provide a solution for space-limited kitchens and custom counters, like those in concession stands.