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The Filling Consideration has to be taken into account on moisture content, size/thickness of the pieces and whether they need prior cooking and/or draining. All the ingredients should cook at the same time, or not require cooking. The Wrapper (and wrapping) Presuming the wrapper is the defrosted conventional Chinese wrapper (flour, water, oil) ...


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I believe the other answers that suggest the number dial indicates degrees celsius are correct. Wikipedia says the ideal range is 350–375 °F (177–191 °C). I found this chart on Pinterest. 390 F = 199 C 370 F = 188 C I think the temp chart is a bit high. I would use the Wikipedia temp range (the article had two supporting references) I would use 191 ...


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I am pretty certain these are degrees in Celsius. They cannot be degrees in Fahrenheit, that wouldn't deepfry a thing if they were. Similarly, unless you have a fryer which can only fry a single nugget at a time, they can't be watts, they're an order of magnitude too low for that. I have no idea what the settings "Temp" and "Min" could mean. Had they been ...


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It looks like temperature control in degrees C. That setting will vary based on what recipe you follow, and the type of oil used for deep frying. I couldn't find that model on the manufacturer's website, but got some product info from a retail site here.



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