Most of you know that I love playing around in the kitchen. I am a self taught cook/baker/mess maker in the kitchen. I love trying new recipes and kitchen gadgets. John would be happy to tell you that I have way to many kitchen gadgets but really can you have to many. There are just so many amazing things for the kitchen that I love to try them all. My new favorite kitchen gadget is the Epica Manual Multi-Blade Spiral Vegetable Slicer. Oh my goodness this slicer rocks my world. I have not been able to have a mandoline slicer since I took off half my thumb a few years ago. John banned the mandoline slicers from the kitchen but that is another story for another day. Back to my new favorite slicer. This vegetable slicer is amazing! It is all contained in one unit, dish washer safe, and makes a potato into some killer french fries!
The potato fit really easily onto the Epica Vegetable Peeler. The prongs hold it in place so you can turn the crank and move it towards the slicer.
Here is a picture of the thin slice attachment. These made fantastic shoe string fries. I could not believe how long the pieces were. You can add a notch into the potato to make consistently sized fries or vegetable pieces. I thought it was fun to see how long I could get them.
Here is a picture of the bigger slicer attachment. I mixed these with the shoe string size for a fun plate of fries.
This entire plate is one potato! I can not believe how much one potato made with this slicer. I made these into crunchy french fries and they were so good.
Here is some great information on the Epica Manual Multi-Blade Spiral Vegetable Slicer
3 Blades, Unlimited Possibilities
The Epica comes with 3 interchangeable blades to give you a wide range of creative options. Turn out fine, 1/8″ thick strands or shreds that resemble angel hair spaghetti, perfect for salads or as a low carb substitute in pasta main dishes. Use the 1/4″ spiral blade to create delicious, restaurant-style curly fries from potatoes, sweet potatoes and more. With the flat blade, make curled ribbons that can be shaped into rosettes or fanned out for elegant garnishes or desserts. Even kids will enjoy eating veggies that look this good!
Easy to Use
Get piles of fancy-cut fruits and vegetables in less time than it takes to chop them with a knife! To operate the Epica Spiral Slicer, simply place the fruit or vegetable against the pronged wheel, and turn the handle while applying continuous forward pressure against the blade. Clean-up is also a breeze, as the Epica goes straight into the dishwasher.
Quality Design & Construction
The Epica is designed for both safety and convenience. Unlike a flat mandoline, it keeps your hands away from the blade, so there’s no danger of getting cut while slicing. And for safe storage, the blades snap into the base. To keep it from sliding around during use, the Epica’s suction cup feet anchor it to your work surface. Made of durable plastic with stainless steel blades, it’s backed by a one-year warranty. Size: 12″L x 10″W x 6″H.
I can not wait to try out other veggies with this slicer. I have a feeling this great spiral vegetable slicer is going to have a permanent spot on my kitchen counter.
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