Draining fryer oil to be mobile

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2018/04/07 12:18:04 (permalink)

Draining fryer oil to be mobile

I have two events in one day. How do trucks/trailers pick up and leave with hot oil? I have to drain most of my oil to be mobile. It will be hot from the first event. I have a little of time between the two. Thanks
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    RodBangkok
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    Re: Draining fryer oil to be mobile 2018/04/08 00:25:41 (permalink)
    Before we made our own covered fryers...and still for some kiosk type events where we want to clear out quick after closing we use old pressure cookers, as they have tight seal lids, handles and can take the hot oil heat.  We filter right into these when finishing up so no need to mess with this again till the next time use.
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    Re: Draining fryer oil to be mobile 2018/04/08 09:51:26 (permalink)
    I don't know if a FB link will work for you or not.... let's try
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/FoodTruckr/permalink/378264395918952/
     
    This guy custom makes covers
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    Re: Draining fryer oil to be mobile 2018/04/08 11:03:17 (permalink)
    RodBangkok
    Before we made our own covered fryers...and still for some kiosk type events where we want to clear out quick after closing we use old pressure cookers, as they have tight seal lids, handles and can take the hot oil heat.  We filter right into these when finishing up so no need to mess with this again till the next time use.


    If you are on a tight budget or just a life long cheap skate like me, the pressure cooker idea works well. I regularly pick them up at yard sales for just a couple bucks. It is a viable alternative to consider, at least to get started with. Covered fryers just seem too easy to me, wheres the adventure? 
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    Re: Draining fryer oil to be mobile 2018/04/08 23:07:01 (permalink)
    I used a stock pot, covered with plastic and foil then placed in the sink..I had commercial sinks, so nice no deep. If not put in a corner on a towel where it won't slide..
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    Re: Draining fryer oil to be mobile 2018/04/09 12:09:44 (permalink)
    Thanks all good suggestions.
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    Re: Draining fryer oil to be mobile 2018/04/09 12:56:28 (permalink)
    Love the pressure cooker idea.
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    Re: Draining fryer oil to be mobile 2018/04/10 08:41:46 (permalink)
    I found that they sell clamping lid pales for this. I'll figure out something.
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