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What is a Presto Fry Baby?

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A Presto Fry Baby is a deep fryer that is ideal for frying small quantities of food. This smaller version of Presto's Fry Daddy has an oil capacity of two cups. This makes it a good option for a single person.

The Presto Fry Baby also offers a nonstick surface, which makes it easy to clean. It is equipped with a lid, which gives users the ability to store their oil between uses. Due to its size, the Fry Baby takes up very little space, and it uses a standard frying scoop rather than a basket, which helps to prevent sticking.

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  1. amazon.com
  2. qvc.com

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