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Grateful for Kitchenaid help
I previous wrote that I love Kitchenaid products but needed lessons for some vegetables. Kitchenaid contacted me right away and gave me some great ideas. Having the Butternut squash in 4-6 inches makes...Read complete review
I previous wrote that I love Kitchenaid products but needed lessons for some vegetables. Kitchenaid contacted me right away and gave me some great ideas. Having the Butternut squash in 4-6 inches makes a big difference. Also, I just need to choose firm vegies, obviously a stong attachment like this is going to do the work but can't if the vegie is too soft in the middle to hold up. Love the recipes here on their website and there are many on Pinterest. Used the large corer to slice apples to make Apple Roses, shredder to make Zucchinin noodles to go with Chicken Piccata, and Spiralized Sweet Potoes for curry for me and Irish potatoes for the boys. I would definitely recommend this to friends and just encourage them to have fun, practice, eat!
Most Liked Negative Review
Loved it the first time, but now useless....
We had a manual spiralizer that was so cumbersome to clean, so when I saw this attachment on a tv commercial I just had to have it! The first time I used it it...Read complete review
We had a manual spiralizer that was so cumbersome to clean, so when I saw this attachment on a tv commercial I just had to have it! The first time I used it it was great, spiralized a couple zucchinis no issues, easy peasy....then the next time I took it out to use for an apple (this time trying out the peeler attachment) the darn peeler attachment would not stay in place and fell out (would not click in securely) AND the spike you put the veggies/fruit on cracked and now we cannot use the attachment at all!Totally worthless. It was a great idea, but the quality of the actual pieces is AWFUL and broke the second time it was used! I am beyond upset that I would have to purchase a whole new system as there are no replacement parts. Very disappointed.
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from Orange, Ca
Comments about KitchenAid Spiralizer Stand Mixer Attachment:
So far I've only used one of the spiralizers and it worked great. I was only doing 2 zucchinis and I was afraid it wouldn't be worth the hassle and clean up. There was no hassle and the clean up was a cinch. It even worked on zucchini that had a pretty significant curve in it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Arcade, NY
I literally cored, peeled and sliced a BAG of apples in 5 mins. I love it!
So much to NOT like
At first glance, this package looks like a cross between a weapon and a surgical device. I have to admit, it's impressive.Now back to real life: 1. The peeler will work OK (but not great) with large, plump, and perfect potatoes. If you buy 5 or 10 lbs bags of potatoes, you will find an assortment of sizes and potatoes with bumps, soft areas, uneven shapes, and other common little problems. Forget using the peeler on anything short of perfection. You will have to hold on to the peeler (which isn't very sharp) and push it against the side of the vegetable as it rotates. Even so, you will have uneven shavings and will have to finish it off with your hand potato peeler anyway. Of for the days of the simple, $20 Dasey Peeler. 2. There is no cookbook and limited instructions. This leaves you having to purchase spiralizing cookbooks online and trying to decipher which of the KitchenAid tips corresponds to the one in the instructions.3. When you buy the cookbooks you will find a wide assortment of recipes you're dying to try. Good luck. This device will only work on a limited number of "just so" fruits and vegetables. Nothing too soft (obviously) but the definition of "too hard" here is much wider than with other spriralizing tools. You will find that the cookbooks for other machines are full of recipes for butternut squash. KitchenAid can't handle butternut squash or any similarly textured vegetable. It will only handle plump, moist, and relatively soft fruits and vegetables like apples and potatoes. Conclusion: you think that, by spending more you are buying a better product with better options and capabilities--and the exact opposite is true. Before purchasing a spiralizing machine, look at cookbooks and see what spiralizing machines will best suit your tastes and needs, and go that route. The limitations of this accessory are such that you will not get your money's worth.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Tacoma, Wa
I love my peeler. The only problem is that it doesn't peel the ends.
Love my spiralizer
I love making veggie noodles, spiral onion fries and many other healthy choices with my spiralizer. Clean up is easy. But I would recommend NOT putting it in the dishwasher.
Easy to use
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from altadena ca
This attachment was a gift and I used it a few days after receiving it..I primary use is for apples and I love it.
Makes work simple
Spiralizer is Great!!!!
from Pottstown PA
The spiralizer works so well and is easy to use. We made lemon infused squash and eggplant spirals, no carbs, and delicious!! Can't wait to.use this for American salads, fruit and casseroles!!
The Spirilizer is easy to use and to clean up. Comes with a nice box to store in. I found a great apple cobbler recipe and so am making that a lot. I have also used it on potatoes, yams and zucchini. I save the apple peelings, freeze them and then use them the next time I make a fruit/veggie smoothie. Love it!
from los angeles
can't wait to make everything
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