|click to enlarge||
Joyce Chen Saladacco Spiral Slicer | Also have Spirooli
Our Price: $29.99
Sale Price: $19.95
The Joyce Chen Vegetable Saladacco Spiral Slicer is great for raw foodists and vegetarians alike. One favorite recipe to make with this unique kitchen Saladacco Spiral Slicer is raw spaghetti pasta. Just process a zucchini (fat ones work best) through the Joyce Chen Saladacco, and watch long strands of zucchini pasta come out! Then blend up a simple pasta sauce in the blender (make sure to use fresh tomatoes, soaked sun dried tomatoes, garlic, and red peppers for that extra zest!) and pour it over the thin, long strands of zucchini and enjoy.
The Saladacco Spiral Slicer can be used for all of these things!
- Garnishes Salads
- Onion Rings
- Potato Nests
- Pizza Toppings
- Spaghetti and More!
The Saladacco Spiral Slicer turns almost any hard or firm vegetable into fine spaghetti-like strands or incredibly thin, long ribbons. Just like the appetizing ribbon decorations or billowing clouds of white radish accents seen at Japanese restaurants.
Easy to use – simply turn the crank handle on the Saladacco Spiral Slicer and adjust the BPA-Free ABS slicing blades with a flick of a switch and make professional-looking onion clouds, potato nests, cottage fries, and elegant salads, to name a few. Make professional-looking garnishes, onion rings, potato nests, elegant salads, vegetable pizza toppings, and so much more. Vegetables can also be turned into thin, uniform slices, julienne strips or tiny cubes by adding cuts prior to slicing. Used in Japan for years, this style of slicer is now being used by professional chefs all over America.
- Sweet Potato
- Daikon Radish
- Butternut Squash
9" high x 7" wide
Stainless Steel Primary Fixed Blade, BPA-Free ABS Plastic Angel Hair Blade/Switch
High Impact Plastic Construction
Includes cover, collection bowl, instructions
Dishwasher safe (top shelf)
If you are looking for a complementary slicer to make medium and large noodles, check out the Spirooli Vegetable slicer found here