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Helen Chen's Asian Kitchen Spiral Slicer


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  • Quickly turns almost any raw, firm vegetable into continuous spirals
  • Makes spaghetti-like strands, long, flat ribbons or thin slices
  • Slice onions without the tears
  • Includes cover, collection bowl and instruction booklet
  • Disassembles for easy cleaning
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 5.5 x 5.5 inches ; 14.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0042KXBV4
  • Item model number: 97101
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,082 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Quickly turn almost any firm vegetables into continuous spiral spaghetti-like strands, long, flat ribbons or thin slices. Stainless steel blades slice vegetables quickly and easily. Make beautiful garnish for party platters, prepare vegetables in minutes for delicious homemade soups and slice onion without the tears. Perfect for raw foodies too! Great for slicing carrots, celery cucumbers, onions, potatoes, radishes, turnips, zucchini, yams and much more. Also use your spiral slicer for making coleslaw, garnishes, onion rings, pickles, potato nests, pizza veggie toppings, salads, spaghetti veggies, and soups. Includes cover, collection bowl and instruction booklet. Disassembles for easy cleaning. Helen Chen is a leading Asian culinary expert, cookbook author, cooking instructor and developer of Helen's Asian Kitchen cookware and cooking accessories. Helen's focus is making Asian cooking quick and easy, healthy, and more accessible to the home cook. Here recipes are updated to incorporate heart-healthy oils and readily available supermarket ingredients while still maintaining the authentic flavors and variety of traditional Asian cuisine. Her inspiration for new recipes and products comes from her frequent trips to Asia for business and family visits.


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Customer Reviews

I spent more energy holding the unit down and trying to keep the top and blade in place than actual spiralizing.
A Customer
I tried zucchini, sweet potato and carrot in this slicer, when the veggie is stronger than the slicer...well, draw your own conclusion.
Jax
We topped it with our favorite raw marinara sauce and it is amazing how much the zucchini tastes like spaghetti.
D. Walker

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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By D. Walker on September 11, 2011
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This is my first spiralizer. I chose this one after doing a lot of research on units costing up to $300 (all metal horizontal drive). This one works wonderfully at spiralizing zucchini into fine pasta. We topped it with our favorite raw marinara sauce and it is amazing how much the zucchini tastes like spaghetti. I gave one to my daughter and she loves it also.

Don't make the mistake another reviewer did by trying to use soft (old) produce. It won't work well resulting in a mushy pile. Use firm fresh produce and the result will be rewarding. My strands were several feet long!

A word of warning when cleaning. The little tines that create the spaghetti like noodles are very fragile. I suggest carefully using a toothbrush under warm running water to clean the tines and blade area. Don't use a sponge, it'll bend and damage the tines.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Teacher and Student on August 12, 2011
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I wanted to purchase a spiral slicer for a while, but always let reviews talk me out of it. Many people complained that unless you cut the vegetables perfectly straight the product would not work. I have not had this problem at all with Helen's Asian Kitchen Spiral Slicer. It is really easy to use. So far, I have tried cucumbers and zucchini. You simply cut the vegetable into a one to two inch piece, place it in the slicer (which has a piece in the center to hold it in place, snap on the lid and begin spinning the handle. Within seconds I had beautiful "spaghetti" strands of zucchini and ribbons of cucumber.

I have only two minor warnings: if you use a continuous motion you will have long strands of vegetables. I usually pull them apart (this takes little effort) before putting them in a serving dish. Also (this had nothing to do with the device) some vegetables can be really watery... you may find it helpful to let them sit in a strainer for a few minutes to drain the excess water before serving.

I highly recommend this product for fun, easy, and interesting dishes.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jax on November 11, 2011
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I purchased this item after it was featured on the Dr. Oz show. I was really excited to use this product to replace my family's obsession with spaghetti with a healthier alternative. I ordered several other items the same day I ordered this product, it was last to arrive by over a week.

I was incredibly disappointed when I opened the package and the pin immediately fell out of the slicer (the pin is a dial that allows you to chose between thin spaghetti slices and larger flat slices). Product only works if you have 3 hands: one to hold the slicer still, one to turn the crank slowly and one to hold the pin in where it belongs. Even holding and slowly turning the slicer it is common for veggies to slip off the "spike" in the bottom, the pin will fall out of the slicer or the slicer itself will slide off the base. It is poorly made of cheap plastic, and I question by the smell of the plastic that it is safe for food use at all! It was packaged in a very thin cardboard box (think $0.99 store quality, even Walmart has better products) and wrapped in a small plastic bag. I tried zucchini, sweet potato and carrot in this slicer, when the veggie is stronger than the slicer...well, draw your own conclusion.

Save your money and buy a different slicer, this one wasn't worth the shipping cost, let alone the money shilled out for it. You might as well just throw that money in the garbage can.
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By M. Willmes on August 12, 2011
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This is really easy to use. It just took a couple of minutes to figure out.

Your veggies can actually be roughly 3 inches long and still fit. There is about a quarter inch thick piece left at the end which you can either chop up or feed to your waiting dogs.

It's very cheaply made, and will probably not stand up to heavy use, but I knew that by the price, and bought it to see if I even wanted a spiralizer or would use one with any regularity.

Someone said it makes mush. I have found it depends on how much moisture is in your vegetable, but it does makes extremely fine strands and you can end up with really wet "pasta". You can also drain the water out of it and that helps. I didn't think it made the food inedible. There are two "settings". One makes the angel hair type of strands and the other makes a really thin continuous slice which is good for potatoes which you plan to fry.

I do know the World Cuisine Tri-Blade (about $35) makes spaghetti type noodles if that is important to you. I would prefer those to what this spiralizer does, so when and if this one breaks, I will buy that one. It's the same one my local raw food place uses, and the employees there really like it.

I gave this 4 stars because for the price it's decent and works pretty well. It's also easy to clean and fun to use, and for someone trying to go raw it's a good cheap addition to the Vitamix and the dehydrator.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By nadia on June 8, 2011
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So I got this because I love beets and wanted to make sure that whatever vegetables I used wouldnt stain the white plastic that most of the other spiralizers (except cool green benriner that is outside of my budget especially on my first spiralizer!) were made out of. So I did exactly what the discountjuicer guy did on his videos and cut my super long zucchini squash into three pieces to fit it in and made sure that I cut it really really flat so it would be as centered and balanced as possible and did constant continuous downward pressure and it was a cinch! At first I thought it was going to not work that great because I could tell I had made it a little off center based on how it was rotating but clearly it doesnt need to be perfect which makes this so much easer. It's so light because it's just this weird plastic and I wasn't directly on top of it because I was trying to make a raw sauce simultaneously so had a bunch of stuff in from of me so it slid around a little but not tragic and didnt effect the spaghetti. Thinner and more awesome than I thought and finished quicker than expected. Easy to clean. And the strands were crazy long. I'm so glad I got this! I can't wait to make more sauces and spiralize more veggies!
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