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KitchenAid Spiralizer Attachment

$99.95

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GEFU Spirelli Spiral Slicer

Perfect for healthy eaters, this handy spiral slicer delivers endless julienned "noodles" of carrot, radish, cucumber and other firm vegetables. Simply place a vegetable into the end of the slicer and twist. Long, appealing slices are perfect for ...Read More

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Description

Perfect for healthy eaters, this handy spiral slicer delivers endless julienned "noodles" of carrot, radish, cucumber and other firm vegetables.

Simply place a vegetable into the end of the slicer and twist. Long, appealing slices are perfect for stir-fries, soups or attractive garnishes and make a healthy alternative to conventional pasta. Housed in easy-to-care-for plastic, the stainless-steel blades are razor sharp and feature a finger guard for safe spiral cutting.

Named a Best New Product for 2013 in The Gourmet Retailer magazine.

Sur La Table senior resident chef Joel Gamoran demonstrates the spiral slicer on Good Morning America.

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  • Manufacturer: GEFU
  • Material: Stainless steel, plastic
  • Dimensions: 3" x 3" x 5"
  • Made in China

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  • Dishwasher safe

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Should have bought something like this long ago.
I'm not exactly speedy with a knife, so julienning has always been a chore for me. Now I just cut down the ""noodles"" that I get after running veggies through the GEFU. They tend to be a little curved, but I kind of like how they look in most dishes and it's much easier.

I also like how I can make a healthy salad out of just about anything (or a not-so-heathy thin-cut french fry). Cucumber ""noodles"" with arugula, feta and a light vinaigrette is easy to throw together and looks impressive.

I'm a little concerned about long-term durability, but that's how I feel about most plastic gadgets. Thus far, I haven't had any problems
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February 25, 2014
Fair design
Pro: small size- doesn't take up too much space, relatively inexpensive, makes a nice sprial cut

Cons:
Difficult to clean,
cone design leaves ~1-2cm of vegetable that cannot be processed through.
limited to vegetables that are 3"" diamete

Probably worth the investment to get the more expensive spirale
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March 20, 2014
not very good
for the price of this product you would expect greater quality than what you get.it should be half the price.The food gets stuck in the blades and cone in the middle.some veggies could not be cut with this product,you can do better by hand chopping or slicing
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April 24, 2014
Not versatile
The pros: small, fairly efficient

The cons: very difficult to clean, food gets stuck, ONLY works on zucchini/squash (I tried a carrot - it was a massacre). So it's too expensive for something that only works on one type of veggie.
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September 10, 2014
Waste of money
Thought this would be fun and I liked the small size. The first vegetable I tried in it was a zucchini. It started out okay, but quickly turned into a massacre. I only got to use 1/3 of the entire zucchini, if that. Next I tried a carrot and had even worse luck with that. It's awkward to turn the vegetables in it as well. It leaves a center stump in each veggie - a complete waste. Save your money and if you have the space, buy a larger one that can do the job correctly.
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September 19, 2014
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1 year ago
Terrible
I just tried this last night. It was a mess, didn't spiralize my butternut squash well, and cut my finger. I'm returning it for a bigger/better product that's only slightly more $. This is just not good.
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August 28, 2014
wasn"t impressed
it doesnt take up a lot of space and the end product is cool but it is difficult to clean and doesnt work well for smaller veggies and has more waste than i like...i will be using my mandoline instead
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July 30, 2014
Saw this on a morning cooking show...
I was halfheartedly watching the chew and went out and purchased it. It does what it's supposed to and I love it! It comes with a lid with spikes to hold the veggies but I didn't feel the need to use it, maybe I will later. Great product
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June 30, 2014
I really like it
I really like the idea of this and it makes really great noodle substitutes, etc. I like that it has two sides for two different size "noodles"

I think my only complaint is the top doesn't really grip the veggies very well and you are left with an inch or so of food that can't be made into a noodle. I just slice that part up on my own, so it's not a big deal. Maybe make the grippers on the top part less recessed so it could help push the last bit of vegetable through.

All in all, great for experimenting with new food ideas but eventually, a better spiraler will probably be purchased.
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October 14, 2014
Not easy to handle
I just tried it with 2 zucchinis, wasted about 1/2 of one, but the worst part is that my thumb is all lacerated from holding those sharp handles. The grip/lid thing is completely useless. Thankfully, I bought it for less than half the price shown here!
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February 16, 2015
Gimmicky
This thing talks a good talk (e.g. videos, recipe books, etc.) about *it slices, it dices, it can stand on its head and read a book*. My sister has one, and uses it to make zucchini *pasta*. She loves hers, so I decided to try it. I regret the decision. Could have used that money for something much more useful, I'm sure. It's not that it doesn't spiral-cut (julienne) a few firm veggies (carrots are what I tried,, with a little success, but a lot of waste and non-spectacular curls), it's just that the time/effort required don't offset any benefits of this item compared with, say, a standard box grater you probably already have, a sharp knife you probably already have, or a potato peeler you probably already have. It's just another gimmick like an apple slicer or a pineapple slicer ... you'll be intrigued at first, then it'll be somewhere in the back of the drawer and you'll never use it again.
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April 3, 2015
Not worth the money even on sale
Works ok on zuchhini as long as they are not too large. Useless on carrots and pain to clean. For the money get a julienne disc for your food processor.
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June 10, 2015
 

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
Seem easy to handle for what I needed it for and space saver.
Khamphet P on May 30, 2015
Looks interesting. We shall see. I am a bored cook.
Jane M on May 20, 2015
found it on instagram
Anna M on May 22, 2015
My weight watcher leader suggested it.
Sarah V. H on May 16, 2015
Will this cut potatoes?
A shopper on May 8, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, but you'll probably need to cut them to fit in the end first. Yukon golds work pretty well, but I haven't had great luck with russets; they tend to break up rather than form nice noodles
Reply · Report · BitterBrew on May 9, 2014
Will this sucker slice sweet potatoes?
John W on Oct 1, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, this spiralizer slices sweet potatoes.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Oct 1, 2014
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How easy is this to clean?
A shopper on Sep 19, 2014
Best Answer: Pretty easy since I clean it right after using and use a kitchen scrub brush. The bristles go into the spaces and the water does the rest of the work. I imagine if you let it sit until the next day, you might have a mess on your hands, but i have not had a problem. Good luck.
Reply · Report · Gail M on Sep 20, 2014
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Does the blade stay sharp?
A shopper on Oct 22, 2014
Best Answer: I have only used it twice, but so far, so good. You will develop your own techniques for getting the most out of each vegetable shape. It takes practice and a little trial and error the first two times, but I have made zucchini "speghetti" twice now and the results were very good. Even my husband liked it.
Reply · Report · Deborah H on Oct 22, 2014
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Can you adjust the size of the slices. For example the zucchini looks pretty think. Can that be made thinner?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2014
Best Answer: No, the slices are not adjustable.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 10, 2014
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