COOK TRAINING SUPPLEMENT


Daily Oil Filtering - 2nd Shift Image of Fryer

Caution - Allow oil to cool to 160 degrees and wear Neoprene Safety Gloves

Image of Fryer Filtering Image of Neoprene Safety Gloves
  1. Open the fryer door and turn the gas control knob to the "PILOT" position. (Some fryers have an on/off)
  2. Caution! Allow the fryer oil to cool to 160 degrees before continuing with this procedure. Test the temperature with the stemmed food thermometer.
  3. Screw the drainpipe into the valve fitting
  4. Position the large fryer oil pot into place
  5. Position filter cone over oil pot directly under drainpipe
  6. Open drain valve and allow oil to drain out of fryer and into pot
  7. With drain still in the open position, ladle some oil from the pot back into the fryer to loosen and rinse crumbs and sediment
  8. CAUTION: Close the drain valve!
  9. Ladle all remaining oil back into the fryer. CAUTION: LADLE, DO NOT PICK UP AND DUMP THE LARGE FRYER OIL POT UNTIL NEARLY EMPTY!
  10. Add additional fresh oil as necessary.
  11. Return fryer to "ON" position.


Oil Changing Procedure - 2nd Shift Image of Fryer

Caution - Allow oil to cool to 160 degrees and wear Neoprene Safety Gloves

Image of Fryer Filtering Image of Neoprene Safety Gloves and Sign
  1. Open the fryer door and turn the gas control knob to the PILOT position. (Some fryers have an on/off)
  2. Caution! Allow the fryer oil to cool to 160 degrees before continuing with this procedure. Test the temperature with the stemmed food thermometer.
  3. Screw the drainpipe into the valve fitting
  4. Open the drain valve and discard the oil into the grease shuttle
  5. At this point the fryer should be empty. Close the drain valve.
  6. Spray the inside of the pot including the back-splash with Oven Spray and let stand for 2-3 minutes
  7. Use metal scrubber to scrub off caked-on caramelized oil that has built up in the pot and on the back-splash
  8. Fill the fryer vat 3/4ths full with water.
  9. Use a towel to slosh the Easy Off from inside the fryer pot and back-splash.
  10. Open the drain and pour several ladle pans full of water into the fryer to flush out remaining crumbs
  11. Use a dry towel and wipe the inside of the fryer vat dry.
  12. Fill with fresh oil.