Whatever peeling task, this peeler set can handle bumps and curves with ease and without clogging or losing its edge. It comes with 3 peelers with different blades - definitely suitable for a wide variety of vegetables!
Can be widely used foreasy peeling, removing vegetable/fruit seeds and creating tiny potato balls.
Black 50mm Peeler: General Peeling potatoes, carrots, apples, pumpkin, pineapples, tomatoes
Blue 68mm Peeler: Cabbage shredder, cheese slicer, ribbons, thin slicing
Red Julienne Peeler: Julienne, zucchini noodles, pumpkin spaghetti
So far have just used the spiralizer on a zucchini but it is easy to use and the zucchini strips came out great. Small size makes it easy to hold and clean-up is a snap.
My husband is the cook in our family and he said that this works great. He has used it to "spiralize" zucchini to make zucchini pasta and he said he was easy to use and easy to clean up. From my side, the zucchini pasta looked great!
So far have just used the spiralizer on a zucchini but it is easy to use and the zucchini strips came out great. Small size makes it easy to hold and clean-up is a snap. The one con is that you have ends and a core left over but the dog loves those. Highly recommend this spiralizer.
Easy and fun to use. A little brush to help get the veggies loose from the blades but I think it is still little difficult to clean. Also came with a ceramic vegetable peeler that is terrific. My first dish was yellow squash, zucchini, and carrots all spiraled and then sauteed with garlic in olive oil. It was so good. Next project will probably be the same veggies left raw for salad. Or maybe I'll make zucchini spaghetti with marinara sauce. Hmm...
I LOVE this product. It's small, easy to use without any fuss, AND it's easy to clean. The seller also sent me a 30 page zucchini pasta cookbook and it's really really nice. Just don't buy zucchini that's too big around, or it won't fit in the spiral slicer.
Since it was the only spiralizer made in usa, it was my only choice. It sliced through zichinni effortlessly and I just cut the remains into smaller pieces and threw it in with the rest. The enclosed cleaning brush works well as does the ceramic peeler (peeled rind off of butternut squash)