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KitchenAid Mandoline Slicer, Red
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- The adjustable table allows various slice thickness to cut a wide variety of foods
- The retractable blade guard keeps the blade covered for safe slicing
- A comfortable grip handle and food guard provide easy, sanitary operation
- This slicer includes protective blade covers and a blade storage container for safe storage
- Non-slip feet prevent sliding on countertops
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The KitchenAid Mandoline Slicer
This KitchenAid Mandoline Slicer, with its razor sharp stainless steel blades, makes quick work of those repetitive, and time-consuming tasks.
Easily slice cucumber, carrots, cabbage, cheese, and more!
Non-slip feet prevent sliding on countertops. The adjustable table offers various slice thicknesses, while the retractable blade guard keeps the blade safely covered.
Retractable blade, hand guards, soft handle and plunger provide safety while in use.
- Made of ABS plastic
- Dishwasher safe
The KitchenAid Mandoline Slicer will handle all of your slicing needs.
Anyway you slice it, this KitchenAid mandoline slicer is the perfect addition to your kitchen.
- Folding mandoline slicer
- Thin slice julienne blade
- Thick slice julienne blade
- Coarse grater blade
- Blade storage container
- Blade guard/pusher
- Blade covers
Coarse Grater Blade
Adjustable table offers six thickness settings for perfectly sliced fruits, vegetables and more.
Thin and Thick Julienne Blades
Two julienne inserts allow you to cut thick or thin strips for decorative appeal.
Along with the retractable blade guard covering the blades, the extra blade storage adds safety and longevity.
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|Item Dimensions||17.19 x 6.75 x 9.25 in||4.7 x 2.3 x 12 in||5 x 16 x 6.37 in||7.5 x 17.5 x 9.4 in||5.38 x 13.88 x 6.38 in||9.5 x 13.5 x 5 in|
The KitchenAid Mandoline Slicer will handle all of your slicing needs. The adjustable table allows various slice thickness to cut a wide variety of foods. The retractable blade guard keeps the blade covered for safe slicing. A comfortable grip handle and food guard provide easy, sanitary operation. This slicer includes protective julienne blade covers and a blade storage container provides a safe repository. Non-slip feet prevent sliding on countertops.
Top Customer Reviews
If you are looking over reviews and cant really find any good use for it other than the obvious, here is some good ones I found online.....
1.Onion rings. How many times do you need thin slices of onion? Hamburgers, deli sandwiches, onion soup, batter-dipped onion rings, onions for salad. Onions are so much easier to slice using a mandolin.
2.Tomato slices. Whether you're using the tomatoes to top a burger or sandwich, toss into a salad, layer in lasagna, or top a margherita pizza, a mandoline will give you perfectly even slices.
3.Vegetable slices. Whether you want to thin slices of zucchini or eggplant for vegetable lasagna, slices of cucumber for vegetarian sandwiches, or slices of radish or red pepper for a salad, a mandoline is the best way to get them evenly thin.
4.Fruit slices. As with the veggies above, if you want thin slices of apples or pears for sandwiches or even just for something different in fruit salad, a mandoline is the way to go.
5.Carrot slices. I hate to slice carrots without a mandoline. Even though my knives are very sharp, it's tough to slice through the whole carrot and even tougher to get the slices even. A mandoline makes quick work of carrots whether you want to cut them into rounds, ovals, or long, thin slices.
6.Shred cabbage. Shredded cabbage is perfect for homemade sauerkraut or coleslaw. Shredded lettuce is essential for tacos.
7.Grated vegetables. Our mandoline has a grating blade, and we use it for grating carrots for carrot pancakes, cucumbers for tzatziki sauce, and zucchini for zucchini bake.
8.Potato chips. You need the thinnest slices of potato for chips, and a mandoline is perfect. You can use beets, sweet potatoes, even turnips in basically the same way.
9.Citrus garnish. If you need perfect slices of orange, lemon, or lime to put in a pitcher of water or on top of a cake, the mandoline is the best way to cut them. I had water with thin slices of cucumber in a spa this past spring, and that was divine, too.
10.Cheese. A mandoline isn't just for fruits and vegetables. You can use it to slice or grate any firm cheese. Incidentally, I've also used mine for chocolate.
Oh, and the blade guide is horrible. It catches and makes it hard to cut anything. I have to hold it out of the way just to cut the food. Also, there is supposed to be a rubber grip on the big part of stand. It does not work. I have to struggle to cut certain foods. Mix struggle, holding back a blade guard, and not having a hand to hold the mandolin in place...I am just waiting for something to happen. This mandolin is also very large. I had to move everything around in our small rental kitchen just to find a spot.