Versatile fruits slicer
New Versatile fruits slicer Slicer with Stainless Steel kitchen supplies Grater
- Type: Fruit Vegetable Tools
- Brand Name: TIMEMORE
- Fruit Vegetable Tools Type: Graters
- Certification: CE / EU
- Model Number: NL170329l
- Feature: Eco-Friendly
- Material: Stainless Steel
- color: blue orange red send by random
- Material: High-quality PS plastic +430 stainless steel
- size: approx18*9cm
- Features: Surrounded by the basic application of all the kitchen food
- Unit Type: a piece
- Package Weight: 0.25kg (0.55lb.)
- Package Size: 20cm x 10cm x 10cm (7.87in x 3.94in x 3.94in)
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Depending on your familiarity and experience in the kitchen, a mandolin slicer is either a novelty item or else an essential device that you use on a daily basis. Although mandolin slicers come in a variety of sizes, designs, and styles, all of them are designed to create a horizontal cutting surface that cooks can use to slice fruits, vegetables, and other foods in unique and innovative ways.
Chefs can use their knives to cut vegetables and other foods in a variety of ways, but creating a horizontal surface with a fixed cutting blade makes it much easier to perform intricate cuts, including the ability to create juliennes. Originally a French term, to julienne a vegetable means to cut it into long, very thin strips that resemble a matchstick. Depending on the make and model, mandolin slicers can also create a number of different slice styles, including crinkle cut (a wavy cut), waffle cuts (known as gaufrettes in French), and dicing.
In English, the word “mandolin” originally referred to a musical instrument while “mandoline” with the “e” on the end was the culinary utensil. Over time, many professional chefs and kitchen equipment manufacturers began to drop the final “e” when referring to the utensil. In this article, we will use the most common spelling variant – mandolin – to refer to the kitchen slicing utensil.