View Full Version : Spiral Slicer
03-08-2006, 01:55 PM
Can someone recommend a reliable spiral slicer. I'd prefer an electric one, but if you know of an easy to use, reliable, not too difficult to turn slicer, I'd be happy to try it.
03-08-2006, 02:02 PM
Hummm, I don't know of an electric one per se'
I have the Joyce Chen model, it works great easy to turn, had it for 5 years, works perfectly
I've heard of the Spirooli, which makes different sized noodles, I've not tired one, but it sounds good. a little big though.
I know there are a couple others that people have, so maybe we'll hear fromthem.
I used to use my cuisinart shreader on veggies to make different sized noodles, and things, but I like the saladaco (the Joyce Chen) one better.
03-09-2006, 11:56 AM
saladacco for me! Love the zucchini linguini with raw garlic or pesto.....mmmmmm.
03-09-2006, 12:55 PM
Here's some threads that may help you.
There's way more threads though in the search.
I have both the saladacco and the spirooli. I love them both. I use the saladacco for the very thin slices of turnip and such to make rawvioli shells, and I use the spirooli to make spaghetti strands, I prefer the thicker strands compared to the angel hair that the saladacco makes. After I coat the veggie noodles with whatever sauce or pesto used, I let it sit in the dehydrator for a bit and it all softens up even more. Mmmmm, perfect noodles.
03-09-2006, 01:53 PM
Good loking out guys, thanks.
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