Spiral vegetable slicer


Recently my wife purchased a spiral vegetable slicer made by Paderno World Cuisine. Last night I thought I would try it out. It is so easy to use and the results were fun. The slicer gives raw veggies a whole new interest.

I took a beet that was going a little soft and one zucchini and made veggie spaghetti out of them using the slicer. Next I made a dressing from extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice and honey and finished the dish with roasted sesame seeds.

A great raw starter or snack on a sunny day. Simple, tasty and very quick (less than five minutes).


3 Responses to “Spiral vegetable slicer”

  1. Posted on June 17th, 2009

    Where did she buy it? I know they sell another kind in China town but they are rather expensive.

  2. Posted on June 29th, 2009

    Hey Dawn, she purchased it from Commercial Drive Car Free Day Festival, from a street vendor. It was about $45.

  3. Posted on September 19th, 2011

    The spiral vegetable slicer from World Cuisine is made of durable plastic and comes with three sets of blades: straight blade for ribbon slices, 1/8inch spacing, and 1/4inch spacing

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