Jun 9, 2014

{Review} SuperSwizz Spiral Slicer: Stainless Steel Vegetable Spiralizer ~ Make a statement with super fun food style

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

SuperSwizz Spiral Slicer: Stainless Steel Vegetable Spiralizer with Special Japanese Blades 2 Julienne Sizes, Perfect Spiral Cutter for Low Carb Healthy Vegetable Meals - Best Spirelli Julienne Super Cutter for various Veggies such as Zucchini, Paderno & Carrots - As seen on numerous cooking shows it's
Perfect for Low Carb Heart Healthy meals - With Manual and Cleaning Brush

  • ★ Top Quality Spiral Slicer - Spiralizer with Bonus Brush for Easy Cleaning
    ★ Feature: Special, sturdy Japanese blades made of stainless steel Create endless Julienne strips Two Julienne sizes - 2x3 mm and 3.5x5 mm Dishwasher - safe Stainless steel / plastic

    ★ Easy and quick to operate, small enough to fit into your kitchen drawer, and works better than expensive spiral cutter products


    ★ Designed to make raw vegetable "pastas" with ease from carrots, zucchinis and the like, the SuperSwizz Spiral Slicer is the perfect gadget for raw foodists. From veggie spaghetti, easy stir fry, to fancy garnishes for the sushi plate, this spiral cutter makes it all so easy. It is ideal for making curly strands of firm vegetables, creating garlands of vegetables, making stunning salads and food preparations. Creating easy and healthly meals -

    ★Simply use this vegetable spiralizer like a pencil sharpener. There will be a little leftover (like a pencil-sized core) which you can easily slice as normal. SuperSwizz Spiral vegetable slicer can cut spirals in 2 thicknesses (2x3mm & 3.5x5mm).

Such fun with food.  I know we have been told over and over not to play with our food, but now we can!  With the SuperSwizz Spiral Slicer: Stainless Steel Vegetable Spiralizer we can have fun with our food and make a fun dish for family dinner, parties with friends or just for fun.  My kids loved watching me try out this SuperSwizz Spiral Slicer.  They had all kinds of great ideas of how we could use it for fun food nights.  Spiral potatoes for curly fries ~ or a spiral pasta dinner with spiral zucchini, carrots and tomatoes (? not sure that one would work very well - lol but love their imagination) and a few other ideas.  My youngest even wanted to know if we could put a chocolate bar in it to make spiral chocolate - tee hee.

I decided to try a cucumber for my review test.  It turned out quite well and made a fun and healthy addition to my salads this week.  Spiral sliced cucumbers on my salad gave my salad a fun and yummy garnish.

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