- 1 Post By cavegirl13
Has anyone used this machine, turns vegetables, fruit into long 'spaghetti' lengths. would like to know what type of dressing you use on it.
it is called a SPIRALIZER, sorry got the title wrong but could not alter it.
Do you mean this?
Seems rather expensive for something that just slices in fancy patterns. I wouldn't bother, just use a potato peeler for similar results. And I wouldn't put any dressing on. I usually have my salads just plain.
Yes, thanks for replying. I just received mine and only paid £14. 99p for it on Amazon, it is absolutely fantastic. I have just put a potato into the machine, got loads of curly chips and put them in the Tefal Actify, sprayed with Frylight and got a plateful of crispy curly chips. Wonderful. I then put an apple into the machine and got a plateful of long lengths of curly fruit covered with a Muller toffee yogurt. The difference with this machine is that your plate looks piled high with stuff but you have only used one potato and one apple.
I am going to do a prawn salad with curly cucumber, curly carrot, a curly pear etc. small plum tomatoes and a boiled egg and top it off with a Syn free salad dressing.
The lengths are just like spaghetti. Very impressed.
Oh that's less than I thought. It does sound like fun. Looking back, my reply last night sounded a bit grumpy - sorry about that, it had been a long day1!
Originally Posted by sweetthing
They always say you should eat with your eyes and when you see spirals on the plate it always looks more appertising than just slices up veg/fruit.
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