Tefal FF123140 Maxi Fry Fryer

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Product Information

Colour White
Capacity 1.8 Litres
Cord Storage No
Dimensions Boxed: (LxWxH) cm: 34.6 x 32.4 x 28
Functions Deep fry
Material Coolwall
Model Number FF123140
Power 1600 Watts
Product Type Fryers
Type Fryers
Weight 3.75kg
Brand Tefal

Why we love this

Compact Size, Maxi Capacity!

  • A large capacity Coolwall Fryer, great for the whole family.
  • Maxi Fry has an adjustable thermostat with temperature ready indicator light.
  • A compact and powerful 1600W fryer for your favourite fried meals and snacks!
  • The compact Tefal Maxi Fry fryer saves on storage space in the kitchen but still has a large 1kg food capacity.

    The Maxi Fry is convenient with its automatic lid opening, carry handles and large viewing window and is safe to touch thanks to its cool wall body. This fryer also features a fixed bowl with an oil capacity of 1.8L and an adjustable thermostat with temperature indicator light.

    Compact & Easy to Store
  • Oil capacity: 1.8L Food Capacity: 1KG = 4 portions
  • Adjustable thermostat with temperature indicator light
  • Coolwall body and fixed cooking bowl
  • Automatic lid opening and large viewing window
  • Our customers say

    Tefal FF123140 Maxi Fry Fryer is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 14.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great fryer Used a few times so far and not been disappointed, heats up fast, only downside is the handle sticks out.
    Date published: 2018-07-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good value This fryer is more than adequate for two of us, but is not bulky, so does not take up much space in our small kitchen. It heats up in about 10 minutes and fries very well. Very good price too. So glad we bought it.
    Date published: 2018-04-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent quality and value This fryer is perfect for both the smaller family (2 to 3) and individuals. Great quality with neat lines and very easy to clean inside and out. The size is approx. 38cm diameter x 24cm high and it's compact enough to take no more cupboard space than a large stock pot, yet looks smart enough to leave out on display if storage is limited. The round shape is far better looking than square fryers and having a round basket not only lets food cook more evenly but also quicker, it also makes cleaning the basket a breeze compared to square baskets with difficult to clean corners, the same goes for cleaning the bowl. The handle's good in that not only can it be folded down flat on the outside, but also into the fryer once it's completely cooled for better storage. The push button lid opening helps prevent scalding as you won't be putting your hands near escaping steam when you need to open the fryer. You should always cook with the lid closed, not only for safer, cleaner frying but because food will cook faster by keeping temperatures constant inside, which will save money in the long run. Using LARD or DRIPPING in these fryers has never been a problem for me. YOU MUST melt hard fats slowly at the fryers lowest temperature setting to start with, and NEVER MIX HARD FAT WITH OILS. Whilst preparing my food for frying I simply switch on and move the temp' slider 1/2 way towards the 150 mark and leave for 2 minutes. The temp light comes on as soon as you switch on and before the slider has been moved but wait 2 min's even if it goes off before next moving the slider to the 150 mark. Once the temp' lights gone out at 150, and only if the fat is completely liquid should you then adjust the slider to your required cooking temperature. No harm has ever been done to me or my fryers by melting hard fat this way. NEVER LEAVE A FRYER UNATTENDED, REGARDLESS OF WHAT YOU DECIDE TO USE, I MAKE NO RECOMMENDATIONS AND ONLY PROVIDE THIS ADVICE FROM MY OWN EXPERIENCES AND I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ACTIONS OF OTHERS ! READ ON FOR EASY CLEANING: Quick clean: After each use and once I've finished my meal and the fryer has had time to cool enough, I always give the outside of it a wipe over with a cloth that's had a squirt of cleaner or been dampened with hot soapy water, then I remove the lid (easy to do) and give the inside of it a wipe over then wipe it dry before replacing it. This avoids a build up of fat and keeps the viewing window clear. It only takes a minute to do both of these after each use and leaves the fryer looking like it just left the store. For a full clean: The fixed metal filter in the lid and the bowl should be cleaned after no more than 12 uses, I prefer 8 to make it easier but the choice is yours. Remove the lid and place it top down (up side down) in the sink, or a large bowl, or even the garden, you can if you wish put some paper towel beneath it to catch the worst of the run off but there is actually very little grease after only 8 uses. Now spray inside the filter with kitchen degreaser and leave for 5 minutes, don't let certain cleaning products dry on or they can be much harder to properly rinse off. Next carefully pour a full kettle of boiled water through and over every area of the filter (you won't damage anything with boiling water), I then wash the entire lid off in the sink just to ensure all traces of grease and detergent are gone. You will need to let the lid dry thoroughly after this cleaning, so I simply shake off as much excess water as possible before a good dry off with a pot towel, then if the heating is on I place the pot towel on top of a radiator and stand the lid on top of that, turn occasionally and it'll be fully dry within an hour. If the heating isn't on due to hot weather you can pop the oven on at 50 degrees, place a sheet of foil or baking paper on the top shelf of the oven and place the lid onto that for 20 to 30 minutes, turn over after 10 or 15 minutes, just remember it will be hot so use hand protection when handling and allow it to cool before fitting back onto the fryer. The bowl should be cleaned whilst the lid is drying. Keep an old sieve stored away and use it for cleaning the oil/fat by placing it on top of a large bowl or pan, then once the oil has cooled but still warm (fat should still be liquid but take care it isn't hot enough to burn should it splash on you) simply pour it through the sieve to be left with nice clean oil/fat to later put back into the fryer and topped up if necessary, unless you've burnt food when frying the oil/fat can be safely reused for up to 3 months as long as it isn't foaming when heated, doesn't have a bad odour or taste, and isn't cloudy looking, if any of those are the case then replace it with all new, and at the very least every 3 months. Wipe out the bowl with dry paper towel or old rags to remove as much residue as possible, then spray inside with kitchen cleaner/degreaser and again wipe thoroughly, do the same for the fryer basket (so much easier cleaning a round basket) and the sieve at this point. Dispose of used materials with general household waste only. Now use hot soapy water to give the bowl, basket and sieve a good clean before rinsing with clean hot water, you can swill hot water around the inside of the bowl then tip it out to make this easier, just ensure the plug stays dry and no water enters the body of the fryer via any openings. Also if you use boiling water to rinse with take extra care not to splash yourself. Dry as well as possible and leave disassembled for 30 minutes or longer to ensure everything is completely dry. Finally put back together and add your oil or fat ready for it's next use. WITH HARD FATS, you can remove them once set by scooping it out if you prefer but never use metal or anything that could scratch the pot lining. As I said I do this after 8 uses and excluding the time for drying, cooling and the 5 minute lid soak it takes 5 minutes to clean.
    Date published: 2018-04-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great purchase Great deep fryer. Large basket cooks more than enough for us a family of 4. Could probably get 6 servings out of a full basket. Chips are nice and crisp not soggy. Great value aswell as I've it double the price elsewhere.
    Date published: 2018-01-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mr I like this product because it works as it states.
    Date published: 2017-08-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant fryer for the price Only had the fryer for a week and used it plenty, primarily used to fry chips and have to say that the results have been brilliant, very pleased with the purchase!
    Date published: 2017-07-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Would recommend, good buy Good value, works well & looks good too..
    Date published: 2017-04-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Generous size Fryer This was a fab price from a well known brand that was found on sale for a price too hard to say no to. Is fast and caters in size for a family.
    Date published: 2017-01-13
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    Questions & Answers

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    Do you cook with lid closed or open?

    Asked by: hatehoovering
    Closed it minimises odour and cooks faster.
    Answered by: Waynebob
    Date published: 2018-07-21

    Does this have an odour filter?

    I am currently looking to replace my fryer which works perfectly, but which leaves my kitchen stinking. The description gives lots of information, but doesn't mention if there are odour filters. Can anyone advise?
    Asked by: Cookingbrandy
    Yes it has a filter and works really well.
    Answered by: Waynebob
    Date published: 2018-07-21

    How easy is it to clean and change the oil?

    I see it is a solid unit, I'm disabled so wanted to know where the old oil goes so that it can be cleaned to put new oil in? Does it have a filter? How do you know when old oil needs changing? How easy is it to do?
    Asked by: Topcat1967
    If the oil is less than 3 months old, isn't cloudy and hasn't been frothing up when cooking, doesn't smell or taste bad, and food hasn't been burnt in it whilst frying you can filter it to re-use, any of the above and you must replace it. I do the following after every 8 uses to make the job much easier and keep the fryer like new. Always let the oil cool until it's still warm but not hot enough to scald. Unplug the fryer from the mains then remove the lid from the fryer. Now place the lid upside down in the sink or in a large bowl and spray kitchen degreaser over it and inside the filter, now leave to stand for 5 minutes before carefully pouring a full kettle of boiling water over it, ensuring most of the water goes through the filter, then wash the entire lid with hot soapy water before rinsing with clean hot water. You will need to ensure the lid and filter are totally dry before refitting on the fryer. Give it a good dry with a pot towel and then If you've got the heating on put the towel on top of a radiator and stand the lid on it's edge on top of the towel for an hour, turn it every 20 minutes and it will be nice and dry. If it's too warm to have the heating on, turn the oven on at 50 degrees and place a sheet of foil or baking paper on the top shelf, then place the lid onto that for 30 minutes, just remember it will be hot so use protection when removing it and allow it to cool before refitting onto the fryer. Whilst the lid is drying, place an old or spare sieve on top of a large bowl or pan. Then you need to lift the whole fryer in order to tip it up to pour the oil out and through the sieve into the bowl or pan. After this give the fryer a good clean out with dry paper towel first, then spray with kitchen degreaser and wipe again with paper towel before washing with a cloth and hot soapy water. Now rinse out the fryer bowl with clean hot water and dry thoroughly with a pot towel. Always leave to stand somewhere warm (not in the oven) for at least 30 minutes after this to ensure it's completely dry before putting oil back in. Once dry simply pour the filtered or new if needed oil back in and then clean the sieve and bowl or pan you used to filter your oil into. The actual filtering and cleaning only takes about 5 minutes, even though it seems a lot longer due to cooling and drying times. The fryer without lid but full of oil is not really that heavy, the oils probably the same weight as the fryer body. If you have a disability that prevents you from lifting a kettle filled to the max with water then you will struggle with it, otherwise you should be fine. I personally remove the lid after each use and give it a quick wipe over with a cloth dampened with hot soapy water or kitchen cleaner, then again but with the rinsed out cloth dampened with clean hot water only to keep the lid nice and clean, this also makes full cleans much easier. I only do this once I've washed up my pots after finishing my meal, giving the lid time to cool, and I always make sure the lid is dry before refitting.
    Answered by: Shamus
    Date published: 2018-05-14
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