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Masterbuilt 23011114 Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, XL
Masterbuilt 23011114 Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, XL
Masterbuilt 23011114 Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, XL
Masterbuilt 23011114 Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, XL

Masterbuilt 23011114 Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, XL

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Masterbuilt 23011114 Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, XL
Masterbuilt 23011114 Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, XL
Masterbuilt 23011114 Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, XL
Masterbuilt 23011114 Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, XL
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Color: 10L - Extra Large (Old Version)


Features

  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Thermostat Temperature control
  • Cooking Basket with Drain Clip
  • Drain Valve for Easy Cleaning
  • Fry up to a 20lb Turkey or Boil Seafood and Steam Vegetables
  • Explore delicious recipe ideas for your Indoor Safe Fryer & Cooker below under "Product Details," crafted by chef John McLemore

Description

Color:10L - Extra Large (Old Version) The Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer is a crowd favorite. No one disputes the delicious flavor of a deep- fried turkey, but stories of house fires and near misses can discourage even the biggest fried turkey fan. The Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer by Master built is so safe that it is certified to operate indoors, on your kitchen counter top to enjoy anytime. The Butterball features a one-of-a-kind design that is engineered to keep you safe. Not only does the stainless-steel fryer and porcelain-coated inner pot keep oil safely contained, but it also uses 33 percent less oil than conventional fryers. As a result, you can cook turkeys as large as 14 pounds safely and efficiently, without the threat of oil boiling over the sides. The XL edition can accommodate up to a 20 pound turkey. The Butterball collection includes not only fryers but marinades and spices, along with cooking accessories for use in frying the best-tasting turkey you've ever eaten.


Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 21.5 x 18 inches


Item Weight: 26.1 pounds


Manufacturer: Masterbuilt


Item model number: MAST23011114


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


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Color: 10L - Extra Large (Old Version)


Features

  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Thermostat Temperature control
  • Cooking Basket with Drain Clip
  • Drain Valve for Easy Cleaning
  • Fry up to a 20lb Turkey or Boil Seafood and Steam Vegetables
  • Explore delicious recipe ideas for your Indoor Safe Fryer & Cooker below under "Product Details," crafted by chef John McLemore

Description

Color:10L - Extra Large (Old Version) The Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer is a crowd favorite. No one disputes the delicious flavor of a deep- fried turkey, but stories of house fires and near misses can discourage even the biggest fried turkey fan. The Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer by Master built is so safe that it is certified to operate indoors, on your kitchen counter top to enjoy anytime. The Butterball features a one-of-a-kind design that is engineered to keep you safe. Not only does the stainless-steel fryer and porcelain-coated inner pot keep oil safely contained, but it also uses 33 percent less oil than conventional fryers. As a result, you can cook turkeys as large as 14 pounds safely and efficiently, without the threat of oil boiling over the sides. The XL edition can accommodate up to a 20 pound turkey. The Butterball collection includes not only fryers but marinades and spices, along with cooking accessories for use in frying the best-tasting turkey you've ever eaten.


Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 21.5 x 18 inches


Item Weight: 26.1 pounds


Manufacturer: Masterbuilt


Item model number: MAST23011114


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Thermostat Temperature control
  • Cooking Basket with Drain Clip
  • Drain Valve for Easy Cleaning
  • Fry up to a 20lb Turkey or Boil Seafood and Steam Vegetables
  • Explore delicious recipe ideas for your Indoor Safe Fryer & Cooker below under "Product Details," crafted by chef John McLemore

Description

Color:10L - Extra Large (Old Version) The Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer is a crowd favorite. No one disputes the delicious flavor of a deep- fried turkey, but stories of house fires and near misses can discourage even the biggest fried turkey fan. The Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer by Master built is so safe that it is certified to operate indoors, on your kitchen counter top to enjoy anytime. The Butterball features a one-of-a-kind design that is engineered to keep you safe. Not only does the stainless-steel fryer and porcelain-coated inner pot keep oil safely contained, but it also uses 33 percent less oil than conventional fryers. As a result, you can cook turkeys as large as 14 pounds safely and efficiently, without the threat of oil boiling over the sides. The XL edition can accommodate up to a 20 pound turkey. The Butterball collection includes not only fryers but marinades and spices, along with cooking accessories for use in frying the best-tasting turkey you've ever eaten.


Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 21.5 x 18 inches


Item Weight: 26.1 pounds


Manufacturer: Masterbuilt


Item model number: MAST23011114


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By gowestie - Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2013
Switching from propane frying to electric - some good and not so good.
I have a lot of experience with frying turkey using the propane and the frying pot method. This year I decided to try an electric fryer. I primarily switched to the electric fryer as I was getting tired of spending hours out in the cold (sometimes rain) frying turkeys on Thanksgiving. The drawbacks of the propane method at the time were exposure to the weather, wind blowing out the flame, and having to use a large amount of peanut oil (5 gallons - Thanksgiving 2012 peanut oil hit $60 for almost 5 gallons), cleanup of equipment, and safety, I decided to give the XL Masterbuilt Butterball fryer a try for Thanksgiving 2013 and cooked two turkeys in it Thanksgiving Day. Here is what I liked about this electric fryer: 1) Safer (no open flame) and you use it indoors (out of the weather and wind). 2) Drain port makes it easy to clean up when you are finished. 3) Built in timer to let you know when to take the turkey out of the fryer (or at least check it). 4) Can cook the same size turkey with less oil. 5) Hot oil remains covered while turkey is frying so no spatter. Here is what I did not like about this electric fryer compared to propane turkey frying: 1) Limited to 375 degrees. Propane can go up to 400 degrees. This is important as when adding a room temperature turkey to the fryer the oil temperature is reduced significantly. 2) The electrical cord is ridiculously short and since the cord must come from the front of the unit and proceed to an outlet you are limited on where you can use this fryer. Using an extension cord is not recommended as it will steal power away from the the heating element (and you cannot afford this with this fryer). 3) The heating element is not powerful enough to get the oil back up to 375 degrees after a 14 pound turkey is added. I also cooked wings and found this to be true as well. 4) You must extend the cooking time of the turkey. Do not use the standard formula of 3.5 minutes per pound at 375 degrees. I found that the turkey probably spent most of its cooking time at 250-270 degrees on average. There was no way to get the oil temperature back up to 375 once the meat was added. This was a bit frustrating. 5) If you like the turkey skin to be crisped (like it is in a propane fryer at 375 degrees) then this fryer will disappoint. I found the turkey skin could not crisp when the frying temperature was less than 300 degrees. However, I could not tell any difference in taste between one cooked on propane at the higher 375 degree temperature or the one fried at the lower electric fryer temperature. Lessons learned: The most annoying thing I found was the drop in oil temperature when the turkey was added. I will probably go to a smaller turkey (less than 14 pounds) in the hopes that it will not reduce the temperature of the hot oil as much. I found this quite frustrating because we had to start estimating cooking time extensions and take a lot more meat temperature measurements to make sure the meat was in the correct 165 degree range. Again, the taste was excellent and I have no complaints there. Plan ahead and locate a container that can hold the used oil (for disposal). When using propane, since I was using all the oil in the container I just saved the empty container to hold the used oil. Since the electric fryer uses less oil you don't have the empty oil container available. The longer electric cooking time still beats the oven cooking time so it isn't a big detractor. I would recommend this fryer but it is not the same as cooking on propane at the higher temperature.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Danny Montgomery - Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2017
This FryerI will not maintain temperatures in the higher cooking ranges. It's performance isn't as advertised
This fryer has an excellent design, Easy to disassemble and clean. The major setback is the heating element doesn't perform as advertised. Even for a relatively small 8 to 10 pound turkey, The heating element isn't capable of maintaining the selected temperature range. I cooked a 9 pound turkey in it. Set the thermostat for 375 in peanut oil. When the turkey was dropped in the oil, the temperature predictably dropped to about 300°. The turkey cooked for 45 minutes and cooked it just fine although it wasn't as brown as expected. But the temperature never recovered beyond 319° during the entire cook. The fryer was placed close enough to the 110 V receptacle so that no extension cord was necessary. This receptacle is also on a dedicated circuit with no other load on it. The ambient air temperature was in he high 70s in the garage with no wind. It just isn't capable of high heat and quick temperature recovery. I does a super job on shrimp, and mud bugs. It also has no equal in cooking king crab legs quickly. They should have called it a steamer. I don't now if they make the same fryer with a 220 V element assembly. That would solve the inadequate recovery under load issue. They could and should offer a heating element rated for 220 V. Yes it would be a little more expensive but this is a necessary option for those who want the performance expected (as advertised) for a masterbuilt product. I would have paid a little extra for this option personally. It just isn't the best turkey fryer. I am a little surprised butterball allowed their name to be used on the product. It's still a very nice piece of equipment, just not the best choice for cooking turkeys.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By CGJ - Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2020
Piece of crap
This indoor turkey fryer has given me problems ever since i opened the package. It has only worked once, after repeated times trying to get it to power on and miraculously it powered on. We tried to use it a second time and it would not power on no matter what we did. We tried everything possible and it would not power on. Tried the reset button, ensured numerous times that the connection was proper and the plug was used correctly, watched you tube videos and followed guidance there and from Masterbuilt to no avail. After wasting half a day messing with this thing because we refused to give up, we couldn't take it anymore. Such a waste of money and peanut oil!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mat - Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2016
Excellent! Used Fryer 6 times in last 5 months.
I've waited to post this review until I had used it numerous times. I received it as a Christmas present and could not be happier with it. It heats up in 40 minutes to 375 degrees and pretty much maintains the temp steady. I've cooked several whole 8 lb chickens that turned out fabulous. They were unbelievably juicy and not oily at all. I have also made a variety of fried appetizers such as fried pickles, mushrooms and artichoke hearts. Fun stuff that I normally wouldn't have made. . I have also used it several times to fry my breaded chicken for Chicken Parmigiana. It was really quick and easy. I fry 3-4 thin chicken breasts at a time for 2-3 minutes. They are perfectly cooked with a nice crispness. Draining and cleaning the machine is a very simple and easy process that is well worth the effort. I use the fryer on my outdoor covered patio. I have not had any leakage problems and would definitely use it on my kitchen countertop if I preferred. It does have a shorter cord than most appliances for safety reasons. The cord posed no problems and I would NOT recommend using an extension cord just for safety sake. I would highly recommend this product and look forward to many years of use. Just read the instruction book and you should have no problems.

Top Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By gowestie - Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2013
Switching from propane frying to electric - some good and not so good.
I have a lot of experience with frying turkey using the propane and the frying pot method. This year I decided to try an electric fryer. I primarily switched to the electric fryer as I was getting tired of spending hours out in the cold (sometimes rain) frying turkeys on Thanksgiving. The drawbacks of the propane method at the time were exposure to the weather, wind blowing out the flame, and having to use a large amount of peanut oil (5 gallons - Thanksgiving 2012 peanut oil hit $60 for almost 5 gallons), cleanup of equipment, and safety, I decided to give the XL Masterbuilt Butterball fryer a try for Thanksgiving 2013 and cooked two turkeys in it Thanksgiving Day. Here is what I liked about this electric fryer: 1) Safer (no open flame) and you use it indoors (out of the weather and wind). 2) Drain port makes it easy to clean up when you are finished. 3) Built in timer to let you know when to take the turkey out of the fryer (or at least check it). 4) Can cook the same size turkey with less oil. 5) Hot oil remains covered while turkey is frying so no spatter. Here is what I did not like about this electric fryer compared to propane turkey frying: 1) Limited to 375 degrees. Propane can go up to 400 degrees. This is important as when adding a room temperature turkey to the fryer the oil temperature is reduced significantly. 2) The electrical cord is ridiculously short and since the cord must come from the front of the unit and proceed to an outlet you are limited on where you can use this fryer. Using an extension cord is not recommended as it will steal power away from the the heating element (and you cannot afford this with this fryer). 3) The heating element is not powerful enough to get the oil back up to 375 degrees after a 14 pound turkey is added. I also cooked wings and found this to be true as well. 4) You must extend the cooking time of the turkey. Do not use the standard formula of 3.5 minutes per pound at 375 degrees. I found that the turkey probably spent most of its cooking time at 250-270 degrees on average. There was no way to get the oil temperature back up to 375 once the meat was added. This was a bit frustrating. 5) If you like the turkey skin to be crisped (like it is in a propane fryer at 375 degrees) then this fryer will disappoint. I found the turkey skin could not crisp when the frying temperature was less than 300 degrees. However, I could not tell any difference in taste between one cooked on propane at the higher 375 degree temperature or the one fried at the lower electric fryer temperature. Lessons learned: The most annoying thing I found was the drop in oil temperature when the turkey was added. I will probably go to a smaller turkey (less than 14 pounds) in the hopes that it will not reduce the temperature of the hot oil as much. I found this quite frustrating because we had to start estimating cooking time extensions and take a lot more meat temperature measurements to make sure the meat was in the correct 165 degree range. Again, the taste was excellent and I have no complaints there. Plan ahead and locate a container that can hold the used oil (for disposal). When using propane, since I was using all the oil in the container I just saved the empty container to hold the used oil. Since the electric fryer uses less oil you don't have the empty oil container available. The longer electric cooking time still beats the oven cooking time so it isn't a big detractor. I would recommend this fryer but it is not the same as cooking on propane at the higher temperature.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Danny Montgomery - Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2017
This FryerI will not maintain temperatures in the higher cooking ranges. It's performance isn't as advertised
This fryer has an excellent design, Easy to disassemble and clean. The major setback is the heating element doesn't perform as advertised. Even for a relatively small 8 to 10 pound turkey, The heating element isn't capable of maintaining the selected temperature range. I cooked a 9 pound turkey in it. Set the thermostat for 375 in peanut oil. When the turkey was dropped in the oil, the temperature predictably dropped to about 300°. The turkey cooked for 45 minutes and cooked it just fine although it wasn't as brown as expected. But the temperature never recovered beyond 319° during the entire cook. The fryer was placed close enough to the 110 V receptacle so that no extension cord was necessary. This receptacle is also on a dedicated circuit with no other load on it. The ambient air temperature was in he high 70s in the garage with no wind. It just isn't capable of high heat and quick temperature recovery. I does a super job on shrimp, and mud bugs. It also has no equal in cooking king crab legs quickly. They should have called it a steamer. I don't now if they make the same fryer with a 220 V element assembly. That would solve the inadequate recovery under load issue. They could and should offer a heating element rated for 220 V. Yes it would be a little more expensive but this is a necessary option for those who want the performance expected (as advertised) for a masterbuilt product. I would have paid a little extra for this option personally. It just isn't the best turkey fryer. I am a little surprised butterball allowed their name to be used on the product. It's still a very nice piece of equipment, just not the best choice for cooking turkeys.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By CGJ - Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2020
Piece of crap
This indoor turkey fryer has given me problems ever since i opened the package. It has only worked once, after repeated times trying to get it to power on and miraculously it powered on. We tried to use it a second time and it would not power on no matter what we did. We tried everything possible and it would not power on. Tried the reset button, ensured numerous times that the connection was proper and the plug was used correctly, watched you tube videos and followed guidance there and from Masterbuilt to no avail. After wasting half a day messing with this thing because we refused to give up, we couldn't take it anymore. Such a waste of money and peanut oil!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mat - Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2016
Excellent! Used Fryer 6 times in last 5 months.
I've waited to post this review until I had used it numerous times. I received it as a Christmas present and could not be happier with it. It heats up in 40 minutes to 375 degrees and pretty much maintains the temp steady. I've cooked several whole 8 lb chickens that turned out fabulous. They were unbelievably juicy and not oily at all. I have also made a variety of fried appetizers such as fried pickles, mushrooms and artichoke hearts. Fun stuff that I normally wouldn't have made. . I have also used it several times to fry my breaded chicken for Chicken Parmigiana. It was really quick and easy. I fry 3-4 thin chicken breasts at a time for 2-3 minutes. They are perfectly cooked with a nice crispness. Draining and cleaning the machine is a very simple and easy process that is well worth the effort. I use the fryer on my outdoor covered patio. I have not had any leakage problems and would definitely use it on my kitchen countertop if I preferred. It does have a shorter cord than most appliances for safety reasons. The cord posed no problems and I would NOT recommend using an extension cord just for safety sake. I would highly recommend this product and look forward to many years of use. Just read the instruction book and you should have no problems.