Who invented the first deep fryer?

Answer The first deep fryer was invented by John C. K. Sham from Hong Kong and Kumkit Kunavongvorakul from Bangkok, Thailand. They filed the patent for first deep fryer on May 29, 1998, and it was publish... Read More »

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Who invented the deep fat fryer?

Australian racing car designer John Joyce of Bowin Cars created the first commercial deep fat fryer in 1976. The fryer sold under the name Set-n-Forget Cooker ®. In the same year, the National Pr... Read More »

How hot is a deep fryer?

While deep fryers can vary in temperature from 300 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, the ideal deep fryer cooking range is between 350 and 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Heat can be adjusted to account for the ... Read More »

When was the deep fat fryer introduced?

The Anetsberger brothers introduced a temperature-controlled, counter top version of the deep fat fryer in 1937. The brothers later improved on their original version by adding automatic lifts on ... Read More »

Where did the deep fryer originate?

The process of frying food dates back to ancient Egypt, long before electricity. Food was fried as a fast, convenient method of preparation and preservation before anyone had microwaves or refriger... Read More »