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I have a deep fryer. When I am doing french fries the oil foams up in the basket. I have to hold the basket handle while I am frying otherwise the oil will overflow out of the basket. Is there something I can do to stop this from happening?

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Check your hot oil level, it may be above the mark. also follow the maximum recommended batch loading. overloading fryers will result in oil spillage (overflow from tank) during cooking cycle.

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