I’m always looking for new kitchen gadgets. I don’t know about you, but when I go to Bed, Bath & Beyond, I’m instantly drawn to the gadget wall in the front of the store… You know what I’m talking about, the wall of “toys” that most chefs would want in their kitchens. There is always something there that hops into my basket when I’m not looking….. really. When I received this opportunity to review the SuperSwizz Spiral Slicer, I thought “Carrot Salad” first, then “cool gadget” next. And it is pretty cool.
So, what’s the buzz about?
The SuperSwizz Stainless Steel Vegetable Spiralizer with Special Japanese Blades in 2 Julienne Sizes. It’s the Perfect Spiral Cutter for Low Carb Healthy Vegetable Meals With Manual and Cleaning Brush
- Feature: Special, sturdy Japanese blades made of stainless steel Create endless Julienne strips Two Julienne sizes – 2×3 mm and 3.5×5 mm Dishwasher – safe Stainless steel / plastic
- Easy and quick to operate, small enough to fit into your kitchen drawer, and works better than expensive spiral cutter products
- Comes complete with a KITCHEN BRUSH, DETAILED OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
Designed to make raw vegetable “pastas” with ease from carrots, zucchinis and the like, the SuperSwizz Spiral Slicer is the perfect gadget for raw foodists. From veggie spaghetti, easy stir fry, to fancy garnishes for the sushi plate, this spiral cutter makes it all so easy. It is ideal for making curly strands of firm vegetables, creating garlands of vegetables, making stunning salads and food preparations.
This was a simple tool to use. All you need to do is take your carrot, zucchini, yellow squash or others and insert it into the side. Then twist it like a pencil in a pencil sharpener.
There are two blade sizes so you slice to the thickness you like. You will spiral it down to a little chunk of veggie leftover so it won’t get the whole thing done, but a stub of carrot makes a nice snack! Or I can give it to our parrot. He’d love that.
Clean up was simple; you can either hand wash it and get any stuck food out with the brush or you can put it in the dishwasher and it will come out squeaky clean.
The tool was easy to use and I think the only challenge I had was determining how much pressure to use against the blade. You don’t need nearly a much on a zucchini as you do on a carrot so it will take a bit of trial and error until you get it perfect.
Here are my shredded carrots I used in a slaw.
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