Rated 3 out of 5Â by Amelia 62 Does the job
This Tefal fryer was to replace an ailing Kenwood one that I've had for years. However, it is not of the same quality, nor does it have the same features. The basket cannot be lowered with the lid on, which to me is the biggest draw back.
The capacity is much smaller, but then they all are now, apart from commercial ones, which usually are not compatible with domestic wattage. Also, the interior frying compartment does not come out for cleaning. However, the feature of the sieve/filter is a clever idea.
We have used it and no doubt will get used to this model eventually!
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