- Makes healthy food fun to make and eat
- Easy to use
- Even easier to clean
This gadget cuts veggies and fruit into noodle ribbons super quickly and easily. And, it's surprisingly sturdy with suction feet that release by pulling the tabs.
This takes up quite a bit of space when fully assembled (and disassembling and reassembling is a bit of a pain).
This vegetable spiralizer will help you easily keep up with your healthy lifestyle and make dieting a breeze! It's perfect for low carb/paleo healthy meals when you use it to make vegetable pasta.
What’s it used for? Make quick work of fancy vegetable peeling with this spiral vegetable slicer. Think curly fries and zoodles for a start. Or, just have fun making professional-looking garnishes, such as onion rings.
Is it easy to use? Unbelievably, this is one of the easiest kitchen gadgets you'll ever use. That said, it does take some time to put together - and you'll need to do that every time you use it. Once you get the hang of it though, you won't be able to live without it.
Dishwasher-safe? Yes. Wait, maybe we need to make that sound a little more exciting... YES! Put this baby in the dishwasher! (But only on the top rack.)
Will it break the bank? It's actually rather cost-effective, especially when you get into using it. Plus you get three sets of blades and the whole thing is backed by a one-year warranty. Nice.
What Reviewers Say:
This is a #1 Bestseller in its class, you can bet people love talking about it.
- I had to interrupt my cooking to write this review. Believe me, I am not easily moved to write product reviews. This would be my second here on Amazon. But, this little turning slicer is amazing. Simply amazing.
- I wanted to make my own curly fries. This vegetable slicer does that! I used the 1/4" blade and found that you must use the pressure handle on the unit to produce the best cuts. You do end up with a vegetable core, which some users complain is a waste, but that really isn't a big deal to me. I tried cutting up and frying the cores, but I didn't like them so now I just throw the cores away. It's very little waste anyway. I did find that smaller potatoes produced tighter spirals, but the smaller size also produced a lot more "waste" and very short curved shaves of potato. Larger potatoes produced fewer of the tight spirals and much more of the swooping long spirals, but they also produced less "waste". Using a combination of large and small potatoes produced a good mix of curly fries for me. I fried them in the deep fryer, shook some sea salt on them, and they were YUMMY!
- It performed much better than I expected. I really like it.