Mommy's Kitchen - Recipes From my Texas Kitchen: Low Country Shrimp Boil {Butterball Indoor Turkey Fryer by Masterbuilt}

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Low Country Shrimp Boil {Butterball Indoor Turkey Fryer by Masterbuilt}

 "This Giveaway is Now Closed"

Do you own an outdoor turkey fryer? I don't only because the outdoor fryers look so dangerous in my opinion. I'm sure they are safe but since I have little kids I get a bit nervous frying something outside in a fryer. I am always afraid one of the kids will bump into it and tip it over.

So needless to say I have never deep fried a turkey before. Recently I was contacted by Masterbuilt to see if I wanted to test out their new Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer.

I was so excited an indoor turkey fryer now that was right up my alley. After visiting the Masterbuilt website I knew just the recipe I wanted to make. The recipe I decided on was for a Low Country Shrimp Boil. You see I have wanted to do a shrimp boil for a quite some awhile so the timing couldn't be more perfect.

I was so amazed that not only could you use this indoor fryer to fry a turkey, but it also boils and steams food as well.

I think the boil and steam feature is my favorite part of the whole fryer. Well not to mention that I can use it indoors without a flame source.

Now I don't have to worry about my kids accidentally bumping into the fryer and tipping it over or someone getting burned. Below is a list of features for this wonderful turkey fryer.


The Butterball Turkey Fryer from Masterbuilt:

• The fryer is retailed at $159.96
• Adjustable thermostat temperature control
• Stainless steel construction
• Porcelain-coated inner pot
• Digital timer
• Folding lid with window and filter
• Cooking basket with drain clip
• Drain Valve for easy cleaning
• Saves on oil - uses 1/3 less than conventional turkey fryers
• It can feed up to 8 people when frying a 14 lb turkey (max turkey limit)
• The fryer can also be used with chicken, and can boil and steam food instead of frying Ü
I also am including a link to Johns Video so you can see the in's and outs of using the Butterball Electric Turkey Fryer.

 This video helped me out so much. It really put my mind at ease when I used the indoor fryer for the first time. I have to say it was a lot easier than I thought it would be.

The Turkey Fryer also comes with a "Dadgum That's Good Cookbook" by John McLemore, the CEO of Masterbuilt. This cookbook is filled with a variety of recipes that can be prepared in the indoor electric turkey fryer.

Here is just a sample of recipes. Fried wings, steamed sesame chicken & vegetables, steamed crab legs, pumpkin fritters, deep fried mini pecan pies, chowders, ribs, lemon pepper chicken and even boiled peanuts.

Since I chose to do a shrimp boil I have included some step by step photos of just how easy the whole process was. I was so excited because I did 90% of the recipe all by myself. So trust me if I can do it anyone can. Let's get started........

Fill the butterball indoor fryer to the max line with water. Place the seasoning bags in the basket. Set the heat to 375 and bring the water to a boil. (about 20 minutes) Add the whole potatoes to the basket and lower into the water carefully; boil 12 minutes.

Add the corn to the potatoes and boil an additional 9 minutes. Add the sausage to the potatoes and corn and continue boiling for 9 more minutes. Lastly add the shrimp. Boil for a additional 3-5 minutes or until the shrimp is pink. Total cooking time for the shrimp boil is 33-35 minutes. Lift the basket from the hot water hooking the basket to the drain clip.

Allow country boil to drain and then serve hot. That's it a Low Country Shrimp Boil in about 30 minutes who wouldn't love that. We were so excited at how good the shrimp boil turned out that we packed up half of it and surprised our friends. They were just as excited as we were that it only took 35 minutes for the shrimp boil.



Would you like to win a Masterbuilt Butterball Electric Turkey Fryer, a $15 coupon for a Butterball turkey and the cookbook Dadgum That’s Good? Well you can because today the generous folks over at Masterbuilt are going to send one lucky Mommy's Kitchen Reader a Butterball Indoor Turkey Fryer too!!! What a great gift! Thank you so much Masterbuilt.


How to Enter:

Just leave a comment letting me know what you would fry, steam or boil in the butterball indoor turkey fryer. (mandatory entry)

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    Contest open to US Residents only due to shipping charges. If you do not have a blog please leave your email address in your comment. This giveaway will end at midnight (CST) December, 26Th 2010. Winner will be chosen on Monday December 27Th, 2010 using random.org. Winner will be given 48 hours to reply before another winner will be chosen. Good luck to everyone.

I am happy to say that we ate all of the shrimp boil and it tasted awesome. Next on my list is boiled peanuts and pumpkin fritters.






Low Country Shrimp Boil

Ingredients:
2 - lbs whole new potatoes

8 - 12 pieces of short ear corn
1 - 2 pounds pre cooked smoked sausage (cut 1/2 -1 inch thick)
2 - pounds uncooked shrimp, preferably split and de veined
1 - 2 crab or shrimp boil seasoning bags

Directions:
Fill the butterball indoor fryer to the max line with water. Place the seasoning bags in the basket. Set the heat to 375 and bring the water to a boil. (about 20 minutes)

Add the whole potatoes to the basket and lower into the water carefully; boil 12 minutes. Add the corn to the potatoes and boil an additional 9 minutes.

Add the sausage to the potatoes and corn and continue boiling for 9 more minutes. Lastly add the shrimp. 

Boil for a additional 3-5 minutes or until the shrimp is pink. Total cooking time for the shrimp boil is 33-35 minutes.

 Lift the basket from the hot water hooking the basket to the drain clip. Allow country boil to drain and then serve hot. 


Dipping Sauce

1/2 cup butter
4 - medium cloves garlic, minced

in a medium saucepan, melt butter over low heat. Add minced garlic and mix. Drizzle butter sauce over each plate or serve on the side.



Disclosure: Masterbuilt provided me with a turkey fryer and a cookbook "Dadgum That's Good" for the purpose of this review. Opinions stated above are entirely my own. I have not been compensated in any way to publish positive comments. I would like to say thank to Masterbuilt for sponsoring this review and giveaway.





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Tammy said... #

Oh my!!! I would fry my Thanksgiving and Christmas turkey in that! I would also boil shrimp along with corn on the cob, potatoes!!!

anniebakes said... #

I would do this low country boil! I've made it several times in our outdoor turkey fryer, but since i live in the frozen tundra, an indoor one is right up my alley! merry christmas, anne

Grammy said... #

Besides frying the turkey, I'd love one of these for preparing to freeze some of my garden veggies in the summertime. That steaming feature sounds awesome.
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Teresa Camp said... #

Love me some Shrimp boils...actually having one at work today to feed our employees for Christmas......would love to have the Fryer....1st thing would probably bee another shrimp boil!!!

D'Launa said... #

I have heard how great a deep fried turkey is but also afraid of the outdoor cooking process...so I would have to try a turkey.
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Nellie said... #

What a treat! First, I would try a turkey in it! I'm sure it would be scrumptious!

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Tammy said... #

I just became a fan of Masterbuilt on Facebook!

JoAnn said... #

Ooooo,, I would love to win this! I have 2 turkeys in the freezer that would love to be guinnea pigs.

Lillian Child said... #

Ohmygoodness - my husband would freak if he knew something like this was available. We both love to cook and entertain, so this little gem would come in SO handy the next time we want to do a garden "steam" dinner. What a generous giveaway! Happy Holidays to you and yours!

Miranda said... #

I would love to do an indoor crab boil!

Heather said... #

I just love your blog, Tina! I'm always looking for new things to try & with a family & volunteer positions at school & with Girl Scouts sometimes it's just too easy to slip back into what I'm used to. Seeing what you do for your family with YOUR busy schedule inspires me! Our favorites so far have been Hot Tamale Spiced Cider (my fave!), Spiced Pumpkin Waffles, Pumpkin Oatmeal Scotchies & Pumpkin Cake with Caramel Cider Sauce (can you tell we really like pumpkin? LOL!). I, too, am too uncomfortable with the outdoor fryer, but if I had the Masterbuilt Indoor Fryer I would cook fried chicken WAY more often! And donuts. We love donuts & homemade are the best! Thanks for the inspiration.

DessertForTwo said... #

How cool! I didn't even know indoor turkey fryers existed! I would love one! I would definitely fry turkey, but I love your idea for a low country boil too! What a great way to feed a lot of people!

Thanks for the giveaway offer :)

JoAnn said... #

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shortoldlady said... #

I LOVE shrimp so that would be the first test. Then perhaps turkey.

JoAnn said... #

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April Darcy said... #

I'm new to your blog and this is the first time entering a contest. I have always wanted to do a shrimp boil too. It looks delicious. I have no idea what I would want to make first in the Indoor Turkey Fryer, but I'm sure I could think of something.

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Rachel P said... #

I am hoping to go back to WW the first of the year and would use the steaming and boiling feature a lot....have never had a shrimp boil, but it looks easy and I would love to try that too!

Glenna said... #

I haven't ever had a fried turkey and would love to try one, I would really like to try a shrimp boil.

nancy huggins said... #

We have a small lake behind our house so I would love to fry fish we catch in it..My DH would think of lots of other things to cook in it I'm sure. Please enter me in your give away..I am a follower and have a link to you on my side bar and everyone that visits my blog can see your post and will see that you are having a give away.
Thank you for this wonderful give away and Merry Christmas to you and your family :)

Lisa said... #

I would love to fry a turkey. me email address is caterl@bellsouth.net

nancy huggins said... #

I am now a fan of Masterbuilt on FB..for another entry :)

teresa said... #

I would definitely do my holiday turkeys and I would LOVE to try this Low County Boil. Like you, I have been afraid of the fried turkey contraptions. I hear so many horror stories.

April said... #

OMG this would be awesome! My hubby and I have always wanted to deep fry a turkey and this just seems soo much safer then the outdoor ones. And it boils too? Boiled/steamed crab legs would be the next thing I would do. April.mcgarrah@gmail.com

teresa said... #

I am now following @mommyskitchen and tweeted "Win a Butterball Indoor Turkey Fryer from Masterbuilt @mommyskitchen http://tinyurl.com/27832a7 @masterbuilt"

Cindy said... #

This would be perfect for us! I can see us making huge pots of food for church dinners! I want this so bad!


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teresa said... #

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Rachel P said... #

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Rachel P said... #

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Mindie Hilton said... #

I would fry my turkey, homemade conrn dogs, sweet potato fries, you name it. Great give away!

Mindie Hilton said... #

I am already a fan of Masterbuilt on facebook!

Mindie Hilton said... #

I am now a new fan of Mommy's Kitchen on Facebook and just posted so on your wall!

Cindy said... #

Hi I would love to enter and I think I would try the shrimp recipe. I have tried so many of your recipes, why stop now?!!

Mindie Hilton said... #

Just became a follower on twitter of yours and tweeted about your fryer give away!

Theresa said... #

I am a new fan on FB - but having been reading your blog since last Christmas :) Thanks for introducing me to the Pioneer Woman's cinnamon rolls! Now a tradition!

Theresa said... #

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Theresa said... #

That looks perfect for some Maine Lobster :) We eat it at least once a week in the summer and would love to try a new way to make it!

imagrandma2five said... #

I would like to try the pumpkin fritters, those sound good and of course, fry a turkey. Yum....

imagrandma2five said... #

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Kim said... #

I've never fried a Turkey..so that would be the first thing I'd try.

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Kim said... #

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Kim said... #

Liked Masterbuilt on Facebook

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Anonymous said... #

I would LOVE to try the indoor fryer. I have watched friends and my dad use the outdoor fryer and the food was surperb. But the fryer scared me and I imagined getting burned. The indoor fryer looked easy to use and my me SOOOOOOO hungry....
Julie McNee-Ruger
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Battle Creek, Michigan

purplelover04 said... #

I would love to fry a turkey in this for the hoildays.

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purplelover04 said... #

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Lisa said... #

My family would love to try a turkey in it first. I too have never purchased an outdoor one since I have four kids running around!
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Toby said... #

I love frying turkey-- I haven't done one in years and would love to make one again. Merry Christmas. gty46 at hotmail dot com

Billie said... #

I would definitely fry a turkey, however I would also use it as a crab boil, but steam..yum-o!

mbkj said... #

I would try out this shrimp boil first, and then fry my Thanksgiving turkey in it next year.

Billie said... #

I'm fan of Masterbuilt on Face Book.

janeywan said... #

I'd fry a turkey for starters, then chicken for orange chicken that I make, french fries, the choices are endless.

Ted said... #

I would like to try frying one inside.

Jenna Gayle said... #

Nice! I think my first thing cooked in there would probably be fried chicken! Mmmmm!!

Anonymous said... #

Awesome giveaway! I would HAVE to do a fried turkey first. I've never had one! Mrs. G. (geauxmrsg at gmail dot com)

mathstamp said... #

I would love to try a shrimp boil like you did. I have always wanted to try a boil, but really didn't know how to do it. Thanks!

Tiff said... #

I would love to try fried turkey. That would be quite the adventure!
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Southern Girl said... #

Oh goodness, I'd do shrimp and turkey for sure!

Southern Girl said... #

I'm a fan of Masterbuilt on Facebook!

Anonymous said... #

I would deep fry a ham!!!!!!
I already like you on FB :)
reneeamicon@yahoo.com Merry Christmas Tina to you and your family

Anonymous said... #

I would love to have one of these. I didn't know that you could steam and boil in them. I would love to do the low country boil. Looks great!
Merry Christmas!
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crafteeladee said... #

I would have to be frying panzarotti (sp?? is that the spelling and is it plural). This would be a mandate from my husband. He hails from southern NJ and he can't get them here.

ann said... #

I would love to fry a turkey in this. I'm always looking for new ways to make a turkey!

Anonymous said... #

She will most certainly have to fry panzarotti.
I'm crafteeladee's husband.

Hannah said... #

Wow! I would use it for some many different things, but we have a lot of frozen fish so I would probably use it to do fish a bunch of different ways!
Merry Christmas!

Angie said... #

The first thing I would do is deep-fry and turkey. I received one of those big outdoor deep-fryers as a birthday gift, oh let's say about 8 years ago...I never took it out of the box. It is still sitting in my basement. I would love to have an indoor one with many more options.

Vicky B said... #

I would do the Low Country Boil first and then make some soup!

Misty R said... #

I would try a turkey first and then just continue to use my imagination as to what all else I could do with it. It would be an awesome addition to indoor cooking.

Jenny said... #

I would totally do a deep fried Turkey!
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Harrison Family said... #

Oooo it would be a hard choice of what to use it for first! We're transplants to the South and boy have we tasted some YUMMY things ya'll make with these things! I think it would be a toss up between a turkey and low country boil...droolin' just thinking about it! :)

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Carolyn Bonde said... #

A low country boil sounds absolutely perfect!

Carolyn Bonde said... #

I am a new fan of yours on Facebook

Harrison Family said... #

Couldn't figure out how to become a fan...don't use FB much, but I did hit the "like" them icon. Hope that's the same!

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Dragonlady said... #

Man, I would love that thing for sure to do the low country boil and to fry a turkey, I also like that it has not flame and can be used inside....
Brenda

Dragonlady said... #

I am a fan of yours on FB
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Kristi said... #

I just "liked" Masterbuilt on Facebook! And I would do anything and everything in that baby!!!

er said... #

What a great idea! I would totally fry turkey...once a month maybe! Wings during football season....I love it.

er said... #

I'm a Masterbuilt fan on FB now!

er said... #

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Anonymous said... #

Wow. What a neat appliance. For sure we would do shrimp and any kind of fish I could.

Suzie
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Julie H said... #

I would have to follow your lead and try out that shrimp boil...yum!


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Heather said... #

I LOVE low country boils, but never make it myself because it sounds too difficult. But if I won, I would definitely make it in the Masterbuilt. It looks easier.
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Julie H said... #

Became a fan of Masterbuilt on FB.


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Melissa said... #

That Shrimp boil looks really good, I would try that
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Judy W said... #

I would have to try the low country boil and then a Turkey! My family loves shrimp so this would be a big hit!

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Rhondi said... #

I would do a crab/shrimp/corn/potato boil! That would be awesome to have inside.

knownbyname said... #

I would totally fry the turkey - I've always wanted to - and like you - yeah, scared! I can only imagine! But this makes it seem safe AND doable! I love that your low country boil was done in 35 minutes, too - awesome!

Beth S said... #

I would definetly fry a turkey!!

Beth S said... #

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TZel said... #

The shrimp boil sounds great, but I would love to try frying a turkey! Thanks!
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Courtney said... #

I'd love to do a low country boil and fry a turkey. Frying donuts would be fun too!

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knownbyname said... #

Became a fan of Masterbuilt on Facebook

Danyelle said... #

I'd love to fry a turkey in one.

Beth said... #

You had me at "indoor turkey fryer"...I'd love to do a turkey for--well, anytime. :) And also, those boiled peanuts sound pretty awesome.

knownbyname said... #

Became a new fan of Mommy's Kitchen on Facebook

40 said... #

You lucky girl you :) I've always wanted to fry my own turkey but (if you pardon the pun) chickened out LOL First thing I'd make with the fryer? The turkey of course!!
Love your bloggy. Merry Christmas.
Kai

Kerri said... #

We would fry donuts and then a turkey!

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Kerri said... #

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Geraldine and Jason said... #

I would totally fry turkeys!

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Sandra said... #

My first thing would be a turkey, but I think I'd use it more as a steamer - I can just picture all those summer veggies...yum!

Sandra said... #

became a fan of Mommy's Kitchen on facebook.

stacy said... #

I'd like to try steamed crab legs. Yum!

stacy said... #

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Sandra said... #

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Kendra said... #

I would fry turkey, chicken, and steam crab legs.

Kendra said... #

I liked you on facebook.

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Kendra said... #

I became a new fan of Masterbuilt on facebook.

K said... #

I would be thrilled to win one of those prizes. The very first thing I would do is have my own ALL YOU CAN EAT CHICKEN WINGS party. I've always wanted to fry chicken wings at home and would love to have my own special secret wing sauce, haha. karen mellinger
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Elizabeth K. said... #

I would love to try to fry, steam or boil in the butterball indoor turkey fryer. :)

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hsmomma said... #

This looks perfect for frying chicken for a large family!! What an awesome giveaway!

simplyred said... #

I would definitely fry a turkey first! I've always wanted to taste fried turkey and I've heard that it's wonderful. So, yep, first thing would be a fried turkey.

Nancy said... #

The shrimp boil looks fantastic! I would definitely want to try that!

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The Smiths said... #

fried turkey

artsavesyou said... #

A double dipped chicken in corn chips fried. Yum!

Anonymous said... #

I would definitely do a shrimp boil too!!!
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Anonymous said... #

Hmmm I've always wanted to try a fried turkey, I've heard their fabulous! Also would like to try the shrimp.-thesteady5@gmail.com

Darlene said... #

Looks delicious. I'd love to win this prize! We LOVE fried turkey.

Brenda S Okie in Colorado said... #

We love fried turkey and fried chicken. If I had this fryer, I would be eating fried chicken every week. It's my favorite meal but messy. This sounds like just what I need for my birthday on Dec.31!

Anonymous said... #

I would like to try a fried turkey if I win this appliance!!

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Cindi said... #

I would love to try frying a turkey!

Cindi said... #

I'm already a fan of Mommy's Kitchen on facebook.

Cindi said... #

I became a fan of Masterbuilt on facebook.

carrie said... #

I would love to tackle a crab legs and shrimp boil! Makes my mouth water just thinking about it.

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jderouin55 said... #

A turkey o course

Suzanne said... #

I would love that cooker. I'd do a Shrimp Boil of course. It's so delicious and also alot of fun to eat. Thanks for the opportunity. I'm feeling lucky.

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

Greg said... #

I would try a New England Boiled Dinner and perhaps try fried chicken.

Joy Burkhart, IBSSG said... #

Hi Tina! I saw Paula Deen deep-fry a ham the other day (inside in electric fryer). Think I'd like to give that a try.

Thanks and have Merry CHRISTmas!

XoXoXo
Joy

sue said... #

I would absolutly make the low country boil with shrimp Yum but also I would try the boiled peanuts too. I got addicted to them while visiting a relative in Texas a couple of years ago and have tried to make them here with my crock pot.
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sue said... #

Woops, I forgot to leave my email address to my comment. sueannames@gmail.com.
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Jenny Sunshine said... #

I'm thinking your shrimp boil looks mighty tasty!

MouseyMouse said... #

Oh my, best of both worlds! Fried turkey southern style and Maine Lobster using the same machine. Saves time and saves space. Thank you for all that you do! Christi from Maine

Anonymous said... #

A fried turkey, ham or even a pork roast

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Sue Pate said... #

WEll I'd try turkey and Shrimp my top 2 favorite meats!!!!
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Anonymous said... #

I would love to deep fry a turkey. Always have heard great review on this.

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sjs said... #

I would love to use this. It sounds pretty cool.:) I would try to fry chicken in it. I haven't made a good fried chicken meal yet.:)
Merry christmas and happy New Year.:)
Sharon :0)

Anonymous said... #

I would love to deep fry a turkey. I have never had one and would love to try it. Also, would love to try the shrimp boil. Hope I win!
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annemarie said... #

Turkey is my favorite so I would definitely try a turkey as my first test.

Gail said... #

I would soooo make this low country boil-shrimp, sausage, corn and potatoes!!! Mmmmmmm! and my Louisiana born son-in-law says whooo weee y'all!

momof2girls said... #

I've always wanted to try the fried turkey. I would do that first.
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Ruth L said... #

I would love to fry a turkey. I have always wanted to make one, but the outdoor fryers scare me.

David P. Swindler said... #

I would love to fry a turkey in this for the hoildays.
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Anonymous said... #

Oh I would love this so much!!! The first thing I would do would be deep fry some deviled eggs I have a wonderful recipe for them I would love to try. Donna Euell shug2003@comcast.net

Diane said... #

I would love to win the indoor turkey fryer. I have done turkey and low country boil in the outside pot. The first thing I would make is the Low Country Boil.
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theresa said... #

Turkey and Chicken!! I love fried chicken, but it is such a mess in the kitchen, this would make it a breeze. I wonder, could I make christmas tamales too? that would be cool. i would sure give it a whirl....

theresa

MaryAnn Grove said... #

I wold try a Turkey Breast, as we don't eat dark meast and I don't like to throw away good food, lots of ways to use this device, boiling potatos for salad fro a crowd. just sound like so much exploring..........

Karen said... #

I would definitely fry a turkey, but the boil and steam feature is a definite enhancement.

Anonymous said... #

Would love to have this!! I would definitely fry a turkey. Would love to see what all could be done in this!
Wendy R.

Anonymous said... #

Forgot to leave my email! (Wendy R)

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Anonymous said... #

Hi! I would love love love that to fry up a Turkey. I have always wanted one :o) So many things you could do with it. Best of all, you got an early Christmas present too!! Sharon marshalls4him@centurytel.net

Anonymous said... #

I would make a steam pot with crab legs and shrimp. Then, maybe a turkey would be pretty tasty deep fried

Shauna
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Anonymous said... #

My husband told me about seeing someone at a stockshow deep frying chicken fried steak and said it was awesome! I think I would like to try that!

Minde
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rhayes13 said... #

I would give this to my father. He LOVES to fry turkeys for Thanksgiving and Christmas, but is always stuck out in the cold by himself in this Indiana weather! I would also have him try the shrimp boil since yours looks so delicious!

Alissa M said... #

I would love to have this. I would fry all sorts of things - turkey, ham, shrimp, fish, french fries, jalopeno poppers, yummmmmy!!!!
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Alissa M said... #

I became a fan of Masterbuilt on facebook.

Chrissy said... #

I would totally fry a turkey!!
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Alissa M said... #

I became a fan of your facebook page too! ;)
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Ingrien said... #

I would try the fried turkey first. Then, as we are from the Louisiana gulf coast, I would do the shrimp boil. We are just starting to get fresh shrimp!!! My email is ingriens@yahoo.com

The Beauty Bug said... #

Oh I would be frying up some catfish and hush puppies. YUM

Anonymous said... #

The first thing I would try is the country boil. I have always wanted to try that, then I would do a turkey breast in it. Next would be fish.

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Becky said... #

Oh how fun! I would fry a turkey!

Anonymous said... #

Oh how I would love to fry a Turkey! What an awesome giveaway!
Thanks, April


april_3720@yahoo.com

Kirby said... #

I would do this same boil! It sounds delish!

kat.wise said... #

Oh how I would love love love to win this! There are so many uses! Where to start??? I would of course fry turkeys, chicken, fish and hushpuppies, etc... Being from the south, we do tend to fry alot around here, and love to have gatherings with fish frys, low country boils, etc.

I bet I could also use it to help me blanch my peas and all when canning time comes around. I also think it would cook tomatoes out of the garden so I can can them.

I have a small kitchen so this would provide a multiple function appliance!

connie said... #

I would fry chicken and a turkey. I would boil some crawfish and shrimp! thanks for the chance to win. crossing my fingers.

The Speakes said... #

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The Speakes said... #

Being from the South and living up here in the Northwest I am missing my boiled peanuts!! That would be the first thing I would make. Then we would have a good ole shrimp boil.

Anonymous said... #

Never knew about this , but I would first have a party to Celebrate !! then fix chicken wings & fries !! Then have fry a turkey always wanted to do that ! Then have a shrimp Boil like you showed! That looks FANTASTIC!!!

Anonymous said... #

My husband has been wanting to deep fry a turkey for several years. I'd love to have it for him. The shrimp boil sounds GREAT. I have some shrimp in the freezer just waiting to try the shrimp broil. I am sure we would find lots of other things to try.

Jennie
jlpegram@vcu.edu

Margaret said... #

I would fry a turkey and have a crawfish boil.

VicB said... #

Low Country Shrimp Boil sounds like a good thing to make

VicB said... #

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lisa@txaggie.net said... #

The shrimp boil sounds too good. I would love to try a fried turkey also!

sassycondiments said... #

With a fairly large family, this makes my mind whirl!

Shrimp Boil - the recipe looks like a "must try"
Turkey
Fish Fry
French Fries
Fried Chicken
Cheese Fritters
Onion Rings
Fruit Pies
Never tried in a metal basket but would love to try Dim Sum

This looks like it would work for blanching fresh food prior to canning...anxious to know!

Juliannajones said... #

I didn't even know you could do a low country boil in the fryer, so i'm excited to see what all is in that cookbook to try! We are big fans of deep fried turkey...frying one up Saturday :)

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Melissa said... #

I would do all of the above in this fryer. I want one so bad and we are a huge fan of Masterbuilt Smokers. We often fry turkeys, including Wild Turkey, and we love seafood boils as well as huge batches of gumbo, etc. This would be perfect for all of those :) timandmiss@mchsi.com

RegiJohn said... #

I've never made a turkey in a fryer; Only saw how it's done on the cooking shows. I'd love to make that turkey cajun and dunk in a new fryer and have one tasty bird!

Broken China Treasures said... #

Thanks for having this giveaway. We fry a turkey each year in an outdoor cooker, but this would be great. I would certainly try the low country boil and wings. Then move on to the other recipes.

Anonymous said... #

i think your recipe sounds good & we have always wanted to try a turkey but I was afraid that my husband would burn the house down-this seems so much safer :)

Anonymous said... #

i think your recipe sounds good & we have always wanted to try a turkey but I was afraid that my husband would burn the house down-this seems so much safer :)

Laura R

mandyloo said... #

Oh wow this is great! I would have to try your shrimp boil recipe but the one thing I know we would do is funnel cakes and donuts! And of course...a turkey. Awesome giveaway!

Sharon L. said... #

This looks like an awesome deep fryer, I would love to try the low-country boil in it. I would also try a turkey in it, I have heard deep fried turkey is delicious. Thanks so much for having this contest on your sit. Good luck to all!

Anonymous said... #

This looks like an awesome deep fryer, I would love to try the low-country boil in it. I would also try a turkey in it, I have heard deep fried turkey is delicious. Thanks so much for having this contest on your sit. Good luck to all!

Sharon L.
Sharon_42@hotmail.com

Tina at Mommy's Kitchen said... #

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I just left a comment to enter the deep fryer give away but it is not on there with the rest of the comments. Sooo I think I did something wrong jbennett@vogent.net

Michelle said... #

I would love to have a good ol' crab boil! We had one when we lived in IA waaaayyyy back before kids. Good times!

Anonymous said... #

A Shrimp boil would be the first thing for me to try ! trr_long@yahoo.com

Anonymous said... #

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Anonymous said... #

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DH said... #

I saw Paula Dean fry a turkey in one of these I want one sooooo bad!!!!!Thanks

Emily said... #

What wouldn't I fry? Turkey? Yep! That shrimp boil looks amazing too!

Anonymous said... #

Would absolutely like to deep fry a turkey for the New year! My Grandkids would love home made donuts ...
Janice Purdy
janicepurdy@juno.com

Carleen said... #

I would try the recipe that you have listed, Low Country Boil. It looks good.

Carleen said... #

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Carleen said... #

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Carleen said... #

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