Benefits and uses of a spiral slicer
One of the kitchen essentials for me is the spiral slicer. A lot of people are very comfortable using big knives for fine chopping and slicing but I am not one of those aces. Spiral slicers are great for buying meat in bulk and then making fresh sandwiches instead of buying sandwich meat pre-sliced.
Every morning, I take a bag lunch along with me to work. It cuts down on cost and has definitely helped me manage some weight. I also do the same for my kids. The slicer really helps me make that chicken or salami sandwich faster. Just throw in some mayo or mustard and I am done! If you are having a party and want to serve subs, these slicers are great.
There aren’t only meat spiral slicers, though. There are also vegetable spiral slicer kits that are useful tools for cooking. Many of my friends suggested using the Paderno slicer, which is quite a miracle. Now on weekends I make my own onion rings at home! Want to add a shredded salad to the taco or your grilled chicken? A couple of minutes are all that you need.
And you don’t have to worry about cutting or hurting your fingers, which means that your kids don’t have an excuse for not helping you out! Joyce Chen 51-0662 is another great spiral food slicer that helps you with garnishes or Asian salads. You can quickly create spiral strands, ribbons, or slices with this durable plastic device.
There are 2 slicing variations along with a clear plastic catch tray. The simple clean-up system is immensely useful and the handle keeps hands away from cutting surface. It is dishwasher-safe too. What’s more, you can use this as a gift for housewarming or any other occasion like anniversary or even birthday!