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Concession Funnel Cake, Donut, Doughnut Fryers
Shop ACityDiscount for gas funnel cake fryers, suitable not only for cooking this popular fried pastry snack, but French waffles, donuts, and elephant ears (fried dough). These shallow fryers will easily hold your cooking temperature, reduce oil absorption and increases profits. For concessionaires who cook at fairs, festivals or other outdoor venues without access to electricity we can provide LP gas or propane funnel cake fryers.
Funnel cakes, donuts and elephant ears are delicious, easy-to-make treats that are top sellers at concession stands throughout the country. These crowd favorites are quick to make and serve at stadiums, carnivals, festivals, and other mobile foodservice venues.
With a funnel cake or doughnut fryer from ACityDiscount, making funnel cakes, elephant ears and doughnuts can be effortless and profitable. The Comstock Castle funnel cake fryer is also suitable for cooking French waffles, flying saucers and churros. These shallow fryers will easily hold your cooking temperature, reduce oil absorption and increases profits. For mobile concessionaires who cook at fairs, festivals or other outdoor venues we offer funnel cake fryers in LP gas, in addition to natural gas.
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Whether you need a funnel cake fryer or another one of our many concession stand equipment items including condiment systems, beverage dispensers or hot dog machines, shop ACityDiscount for all of your concession stand needs.
Tips from the Experts: "Remember that these, though smaller than floor models, still produce grease exhaust. Make sure that your fryers are properly vented, or operated in an open area, and that you have a place to store and dispose of used grease." - Rudy