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Russell Hobbs RHDF320, Cook Home Deep Fryer, 3.2l $55.20 (Was $89.95) Delivered @ Amazon AU


The simple way to deep-fry your food for mouthwatering taste and texture.
If you’re feeding a family or entertaining friends, the large 3.2L capacity bowl allows you to cook great portions of your favourite food in a simple, convenient way.
It has a smart, brushed stainless steel housing and removable parts for hassle-free cleaning.
Variable Temperature: Allows you to cook food at its optimum temperature according to the type of food you are cooking and of course, personal taste. The temperature control ranges from 160 - 190°C. So you know when you’re ready to cook, there are neon power and temperature ready indicator lights.
Easy To Clean: The brushed stainless steel housing, removable lid, basket and oil container allow for easy cleaning so you can spend more time enjoying your culinary treats and less time washing up

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  • -3 votes

    With air friers nowadays what would be the reasons to get this instead?

    • +4 votes

      An air fryer is basically just a small oven.

      If you want to, say, do some battered whiting or barramundi…. An air fryer won't do the job.


      Please don't conflate air-frying and deep-frying, something that seems to occur v often lately. Air fryers are literally just small fan-forced ovens, cooking with hot air, whereas deep-frying surrounds it in oil which binds to the coating of the object, or the subject itself. You wouldn't really make a panko-crumbed katsu in an air fryer, nor fried chicken.

      • +2 votes

        Ah I see. Thanks.

    • +2 votes

      I have a pretty decent air fryer, loved it but after having it for a year I really miss deep fryers, just the taste and texture that deep fryers give an air fryer can never. Like others have said air fryer is like an oven.
      Oh and thanks OP, got one :)


      I don't understand the downvotes? Wasn't this just a question??

  • +1 vote

    Follow up question, what would be the advantage of this over a pot with oil on the stove?


      I guess less messy Springs to mind, more controlled temps


      This is much safer to use than a pan of hot oil on the stove.


      You can reuse the oil more easily with these things; replace it when its too dirty or after a half dozen uses or so.

      I find oil in a fry pan doesnt get used as much. I can reuse it a few times for chips, but it generally wont go past two sessions of using the oil. It's also a pain to store the oil when not in use if in a saucepan.


    It looks oddly like this one on from Big W

    I got it a few months back for $19.50 when it was on 1/2 price sale

  • +2 votes

    I have had this one for 5 yrs now and recommend it for $29 everyday at Kmart. https://www.kmart.com.au/product/deep-fryer-with-timer/87180...
    At 3 litres its big enough for the average feed of fish n chips, dim sims etc. Removable element and tank make for easy cleaning when i change the oil / fat.
    BTW i still find Superfry the best cooking medium. Not very healthy though. Anyone have preference on their favourite oil / fat?