NOTE: For #SP-1 Jet Cooker, the flame
spreader should be OPEN for BOILING
FRYING OIL/GREASE LEVEL DETERMINATION:
ollow the 6 steps below to determine the proper amount of oil to use in cooking vessels that do not have
maximum fill lines.
1. Place the food product in the strainer basket.
2. Place the food product and strainer basket into the empty vessel.
3. Add water into the vessel until the food product is almost submerged. There must be a minimum
of 3 inches between the water level and top of the vessel.
Remove the food product from the vessel and either mark the level on the side of the vessel or measure
the amount of water in the vessel. This water level indicates the amount of cooking oil needed to cook
the food product.
NOTE: Cooking oil/grease will expand when heated and increases the level inside
the cooking vessel.
5. Remove the water and completely dry the vessel and the food product.
6. Add cooking oil into the vessel up to the indicated level.
NOTE: For #SP-1 Jet Cooker, the flame spreader should be CLOSED for frying.
IF THE INFORMATION IN ITEMS 1- 6 ABOVE IS NOT FOLLOWED EXACTLY, OIL OVERFLOW MAY
OCCUR CAUSING PROPER
TY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH.
If too much water or oil is inside the cooking vessel, it is possible for spillovers to occur when adding
a basket filled with food product, or during a rolling boil. Spillover of hot liquids can cause severe
burns and property damage. Carefully read and follow these instructions.
1. Follow instructions to properly assemble and position the cooker. Perform gas leak test, and water
2. Add the determined amount of water into the cooking vessel.
3. Light the cooker by following Lighting Instructions on pages 16 and 18 in this manual.
4. Depending on the size of cooking vessel and
volume of water used, heat up time can range from
15 to 45 minutes. Covering the cooking vessel with
a lid will accelerate water heat up time to the
5. Once water has achieved a rolling boil, reduce cooker flame
as low as possible by turning regulator valve as directed.
6. Using an insulated mitt, carefully remove the lid.
Open far side of the lid first so that steam and heat escape away from you.