Deni Deep Fryer: Worth the Wait?
KREX News Room
I've got a pretty tough assignment today: enjoying some deep fried
goodness all in the name of our newest as sold on TV product: Deni Deep Fryer. We took it to a man who knows a thing or two about food fried to the fullest, the owner of Fly'n Roosters in Grand Junction.
"The first four fryers are for nothing but chicken wings. I cook four
to 500 at a time," said Steve Danner.
Directions are read and the mini deep fryer is ready to go--well,
"I'm having trouble plugging the thing in," said Danner.
Minor setback, but the oil is poured and now we're ready to fry some
chicken. We had to wait a bit longer for the Deni Deep Fryer to get our wings good and ready. "Not even close to being done yet," said Danner, but we disguised the chicken just right, so our professional taste tester couldn't tell which wings he was eating.
After the first bite, his mind was already made up. "Oh, yeah, this one's much better," said Danner.
Even though our tester tasted a difference right away, he still decided
to be a bit easier with the score.
"I'd probably give it a two and a half or three. It's not too bad. I'll try another one. They're not too bad," said Danner.
So, if you're just looking for a snack and don't mind waiting a bit
for your deep fried favorites, this could be just the gadget.