Service 101: Programming AutoFry Presets
One of my favorite things about our AutoFry, ventless deep fryer, is that it is so simple to use. Seriously if you can operate a microwave you can operate AutoFry. Just like the old infomercial, you can set it and forget it, and that is the real beauty of AutoFry, that you don’t need a fry cook to perfectly fry food. You just need the fully automated, fully ventless AutoFry. One of the features that makes AutoFry so simple and easy to use is that you can program it with a series of presets. This means instead of manually entering in a cook time, you just choose the preset and hit start – AutoFry will do the rest. Today we’re going to walk you through the process of programming AutoFry presets, you can either follow the instructions below, or watch our short video that walks you through the process.
Fryer oil is one of the most common things people overlook when they cannot figure out why their food output isn’t as expected. And I’m not just talking clean or dirty fryer oil, obviously clean oil has a better output. But what about the type of oil you’re using, have you ever considered the implications that oil type has on your fried food? Probably not, which is why we’re dedicating today’s blog totally to fryer oil! We’ll cover all the basics like how frying works, what affects the life of your oil, how to tell when your oil is spent, how to get the most out of your fryer oil and which types of oil are recommended for frying in AutoFry.
This week we’ve been singing the twelve days of Christmas – but our lyrics are probably a little different than you’re used to. For instance, we got rid of the partridge in a pear tree (because really, who want’s one of those, let alone one of those for each of the twelve days of Christmas!) and swapped in an AutoFry cleaning kit – one of our best selling items on the AutoFry Webstore. Today, we reveal our full 12 items for Christmas, what they’re good for and where you can get them!
Clean grease is the word, is the word that you heard, no more grime, just good flavor!
Clean grease saves you time, saves you space, saves you money.
Clean grease is a thing you can savor!
It’s true, clean grease is the word. If you’re at all interested in great tasting food and saving money on fry oil, then clean grease is the goal you should strive for with your fry oil management. Today we’re going to talk about the benefits of keeping your oil clean and some strategies to assist you in that process. We’re also going to show you exactly how much you could be saving by using our AutoFilter to keep your oil clean.
You wouldn’t prepare pasta in an unwashed pot would you? Or bake a cake in a dirty loaf pan? How about wearing yesterday’s gym clothes? To all of these questions I am sure you’re saying NO WAY! Besides the obvious health concerns, doing so would be just downright gross. So why would you cook in a dirty fry pot?
Keeping your kitchen equipment clean might not seem like a huge priority, but did you know you could actually save money by having cleaner equipment? That’s right, maintaining equipment can actually reduce the lifetime cost of a machine. But how is that possible, you ask? Let us dive in to the top five reasons why you should keep your innovative kitchen equipment clean and at the end we’ll give you two AutoFry cleaning pictorial guides for download, the perfect resource for new employees and training procedures.
You’ve been told that fryer oil maintenance is critical to the quality of your food and the condition of your equipment, but you have no idea why or how often you should be changing fryer oil. This week we’re taking a look at why fryer oil maintenance should be a top priority and how you can easily maintain your fryer oil in five easy steps.
Fryer oil maintenance is critical to the quality of your food and the condition of your equipment. This week we’re taking a look at why fryer oil maintenance should be a top priority and how you can easily maintain your fryer oil in five easy steps. The infographic below illustrates the importance of fryer oil maintenance and simple signs to watch for to let you know it’s time for an oil change.