Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
I have mentioned before I love to cook I'm always up to finding the newest must have kitchen utensil or tool so when I was chosen to review the Super Swizz Spiral Slicer I was excited to to see how it worked. The slicer is a simple design made of plastic with 2 slicers one on each side. The blades are different sizes so you have a choice of the size your slices are. The Japanese blades are stainless steel and create Julienne strips. It is compact as every kitchen tool should be because I don't have tons of storage in my kitchen.
The package comes with a little cleaning brush and the blades were very easy to clean. It was amazing how quickly the particles came off when I ran the slicer under water and scrubbed a little with the brush they provided. It is also dishwasher safe if you place it on the top rack. I have had choppers that were very hard to clean even with the scrapper they provided. I would pull it out to use only to see particles were still there. That was very unsanitary to me.
After using the Super Swizz Spiral Slicer you will have very little left overs and that means very little waste. Anything that saves me money is a plus too! I love salads so I can't wait tot try slicing carrots. I wonder if will work for cheese? I can see it now we will have tons of sliced vegetables in the near future.
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That is so cool! I'll be honest, just by looking at it I didn't think it would work! I love to make a grated squash and zucchini dish in the summer quite and bit and this would save me a lot of time. Not to mention no more scraped fingers!ReplyDelete
This is so cool. I've never seen one of these before. Thanks for the review!ReplyDelete
I love this! I eat tons of veggies and love making casseroles for my family. This product could save me quite a bit of time on meal preparation. Thanks for the introduction :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this - I'm a kitchen gadget junkie and am always looking for new ones to try out!ReplyDelete
I want to try this for a healthy pasta replacement.ReplyDelete
Despite of eating junk foods its better to eat fibrous and iron vegetables and fruits in the form salads and splendid heart favorite pasta. I too got very handy Spiralizer which saves my time and produces very good results.ReplyDelete