MULTI-FUNCTION – Vegetable/fruit cutter
This is one of the Must-Have Kitchen Appliances.
This is a chopper, and slicer, use it to slice cheese and vegetable), which Convenient enough for the home kitchen cooking.
BOWL SIZE – Larger capacity compared to other mandoline slicers
INCLUDES BONUS – Fruit & Vegetable Peeler
SAVE CUT TIME IN HALF – Slice, dice or chop in one quick motion by closing the lid. Made with secure, dishwasher safe blades, self-storing container.
Our vegetable slicer is engineered to safely and ergonomically cut and slice your favorite fruit and veggies the way you want, fast!
BUILT-IN MANDOLINE SLICER – Separate Lid Includes Interchangeable Julienne Slicers, Graters & Hand Guard for Cucumber, Carrot, Onion, Cheese
EASY TO CLEAN – Mandoline slicer has no tricky grooves and corners for the morsels to get stuck in. Just rinse under the faucet or throw in the dishwasher.
PERFECT AND PRACTICAL GIFT-The Vegetable Grater Cutter is a practical gift for any cooker, we ensure 30-day for a refund without any reason.
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A must have and necessity in the kitchen
- Type: Fruit & Vegetable Tools
- Material: Stainless Steel & Plastic
- Color: Green & White
- Item Name: Vegetable Slicer Set, Mandoline Slicer
- Use Scope: Potato Slicer, Cucumber Slicer, Carrot Slicer
- Weight: about 450g
- 5 – Blades
- Safety Holder
- Peeler (BONUS)
Let’s get one thing straight. A mandolin is that musical instrument that’s been annoying you in REM songs dating back to the 90s. A mandoline—with an e at the end—is a kitchen tool no one should be without.
The key benefits of using a mandoline are speed and uniformity in slicing, shredding and sometimes grating. Traditionally used to cut prep time to a minimum when making gratins, slaws, and french fries, mandolines are tremendously versatile. Choose the right blade; in seconds, a carrot will transform into silky ribbons for a salad, Brussels sprouts into shreds for a stir-fry and a lemon into virtually transparent slices for a cocktail garnish.
Because mandolines are generally used less often than knives, they’re often sharper. Once you get into the speedy rhythm of using one, you may not be able to stop before your fingertips hit the blade. To avoid a trip to the ER, always use the finger guard or, if you prefer, a cut-resistant kitchen glove. Another tip: Hold fruits and veggies in place with the palm of your hand rather than gripping them with your fingertips. Finally, more expensive mandoline models have blades that can be sharpened; less expensive ones need to be replaced when blades become dull.
9 Things to Do with a Mandoline:
① Concoct spring-like pasta substitutes, like this carrot linguine with carrot top pesto.
② Create a crispy shaved root vegetable salad from beets, kohlrabi, carrots, and radishes.
③ Prepare slices of radishes and cucumbers for elegant tea sandwiches, or for making the layers for a vegan eggplant BLT.
④ Sliver apples or rhubarb for picture-perfect tarts, or sliced pears for this pear ginger pie.
⑤ Make potato, beet or sweet potato chips, or crisply fried okra chips.
⑥ Craft paper-thin slices of citrus fruit for marmalade or punch, like this thyme wine punch.
⑦ Whip up a gorgeous carpaccio salad featuring thinly sliced fruit or vegetables; this halibut carpaccio with nectarines, radish and lime is a real winner.
⑧ Some mandolines come with a grating blade; use that instead of a box grater for ripping through a block of cheese.
⑨ Transform fibrous vegetables into crunchy, crowd-pleasing salads, like this fennel salad with bread crumbs and walnuts.
A mandolin slicer can save you lots of time in the kitchen.
Healthy cooking is an essential part of living a healthy lifestyle. When you eat outside of the home, you put your health at risk.
One of the biggest barriers to healthy cooking is time. Although we could argue that traveling to and from a fast food restaurant will take as much time as cooking a meal for yourself, there is a perception that cooking for yourself is time-consuming and tiresome.
One of the most important kitchen gadgets I depend on for healthy cooking is a mandolin slicer. A good mandolin slicer will only cost you $30-50 but will save you a tremendous amount of time and frustration in the kitchen.
Cooking Ahead of Time
A mandolin slicer allows you to pre-chop vegetables for salads and meals for the week. Instead of spending 10-15 minutes slicing sweet potatoes into french fries or circular chips, a mandolin slicer can take down a potato in 30 seconds and offer shapes of the same exact size and consistency.
Mandolin Slicer Recipes
Most vegetables listed below can be coated with a cooking oil of your choice and cooked at 400 degrees in the oven for roughly 20-3o minutes until lightly browned or to desired tenderness.
Sweet Potato Chips
One of my favorite desserts is to bake sweet potato chips with cinnamon and a little bit of salt. Sometimes I will slice onions and roast them alongside the sweet potato. The onions become sweet when roasted and make for an interesting combination.
Zucchini tastes delicious with just salt and pepper, but garlic or Italian spices such as oregano and basil, or even cilantro can be nice touches.
Roasted Rosemary Beets
Beets also become sweet when roasted. Experiment with salt, black pepper, and even rosemary. Fresh beets are wonderful for supporting liver and gallbladder health. Don’t forget that the greens are edible as well. Saute by themselves or with other greens for a healthy addition to your meal.
Experiment with golden beets and other varieties for different flavors. Be careful when slicing, red beets can stain clothing!
Turnips are great when roasted with onions. Use black pepper and salt until slightly brown and crispy. Remember turnip greens can also be eaten.
Bonus Healthy Cooking Tips:
- Turn vegetables length-wise for more recipe variety. For instance long strips of zucchini can be used for gluten-free vegetable lasagna. Make homemade eggplant parmesan, or glaze regular vegetables with a touch of honey and the larger shape can keep the vegetables from falling through the grill.
- If you prefer your vegetables steamed, wrap in aluminum foil with a little bit of water and put on the grill.
- It’s important to understand with all of these recipes that the thinner you slice your vegetables, the shorter time they will need to cook!
- You can use vegetable scraps for a vegetable broth. Save the week’s vegetables scraps in a bag or container and boil down at the end of the week. Strain and you have a healthy and cheap base for a soup. Take the left-over, boiled down scraps and fertilize your garden or create a compost heap.
- Take the week’s leftover vegetables and make soup over the weekend with your fresh broth while you wait for the next week’s batch of groceries.