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Posted 03 December 2012 - 12:15 PM

Hi there,

This is my first time joining the forum and so excited!

I was planning to set up an inline for creating a deep fried shallots.

I have searched thoroughly over the internet and found out several resources but not directly linked in cooking deep fried shallots.

My first thought is

Raw Material (shallots) --> Peeling --> Washing --> Slicing --> Deep fryer --> Oil removing --> Packing --> Seal

However, the tricky part is using the right machinery to produce this.

I was planning to use Vacuum Frying as this looks promising, is there any other type of frying that is industrially better than vacuum frying and how does that work? And how does that work?

I was trying to search for a factory plans for creating fried potato chips ( pringles, etc) or other similar types but cannot seem to find it anywhere, any help would be appreciated :)

Thank you very much

MD & X-ray man

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 01:03 AM

Hi Evan,

If you contact TNA they have a guy who is sometimes in Australia / NZ who knows a fair bit about frying. From memory his name is Roger. He used to have his own company supplying fryers.

If you can get on to him I am sure he will be very helpful.


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Posted 13 December 2012 - 06:13 AM

Dear evan,

Welcome to the Forum! :welcome:
Sorry for the limited response so far, yr query is obviously a little unusual.

I did a little googling and found this -
Attached File  Optimization of vacuum frying condition for shallot.pdf   115.23KB   13 downloads

One popular route for your type of project is to select a few of the big-name manufacturers of deep friers and ask for help. they have met almost every product on a menu and are usually only too happy to advise if a possible sale seems in the offing ;) .

Rgds / Charles.C

Kind Regards,



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