Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Folding Vegetable Slicer / Spiralizer Pro, Counter-Mounted and includes 4 Different Stainless Steel Blades
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- This intelligently designed kitchen tool saves time as one can easily and quickly slice and spiralize large quantities of fruit & vegetables instead of using a knife to cut them individually
- The Paderno vegetables cutter features 4 different blades: A straight blade to create ribbons & accordion cuts and 3 julienne blades (1/8", 1/4" & 3/32") to create vegetable strands & zucchini noodles
- The kitchen gadget is very robust & durable, made of heavy-duty BPA-free ABS plastic, and can be mounted to any clean & non-porous surface with absolute ease due to its powerful suction base
- Due to its smart & compact folding design and the separate holder which houses the extra blades, the vegetable spiralizer takes up minimal space while stored / Components are dishwasher-safe
- Items delivered: 1 x Spiral vegetables slicer by Paderno World Cuisine / 1 x Straight blade (1/8 in) / 3 x Julienne blades (1/8 in, 1/4 in & 3/32 in)
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The Paderno World-Cuisine Spiralizer's new 4-blade design offers a total of five unique cuts.
Offer your kids fun, creative and healthy snacks with the 4-blade spiralizer.
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Paderno World-Cuisine 4-Blade Spiralizer
The Paderno World Cuisine 4-blade spiralizer is an easy-to-use tool that makes vegetable spaghetti, cucumber ribbon strands, curly fries or long, spiral apple strands in seconds. We’ve combined all of the popular features and convenience of our 3-blade slicer, with a more compact and sleek design, as well as an additional blade providing a total of five unique cuts. The Paderno World-Cuisine Spiralizer will liven up your salads, help you introduce more fresh fruits and vegetables, and bring creativity to a raw or healthy diet.
- Straight/Accordion Blade w/ Stainless Steel Pin
- Angel Hair Shredding Blade (New)
- Fine Shredding Blade
- Chipping Blade
Transform Your Salads
Our spiralizer takes the work and time out of creating vibrant salads, slaws, and faux noodle salads. Liven up your dishes by adding curly carrots, strands of zucchini, and perfect shreds of cabbage and onions. Spiralized dishes are vibrant, eye-appealing, and full of texture!
Spiralized Mandarin Salad
Rutabaga Breakfast Skillet
Spiralized Broccoli Noodles
Angel Hair Zucchini Noodles
Simple to Use
The spiralizer is very simple to use. Begin by following all assembly instructions provided with the unit. Secure the spiralizer to a smooth, non-porous working surface by pressing down on each corner. Attach one side of your chosen fruit or vegetable to the small circular corer on the blade plate and gently press the prongs onto the opposite end. Use one hand to push the lever handle along while simultaneously turning the crank handle with the other hand. Your vegetable or fruit can measure up to 10 inches long and 7 inches thick, and must be at least 1/2 inch thick in diameter. Suggestions of vegetables and fruits to use are zucchini, carrots, cucumbers, sweet potatoes and apples. You can make long ribbons of cucumber and radishes for salads, apple spirals for apple slaw, and sweet potatoes for curly sweet potato fries. You can also use the straight blade for sweet potato or apple chips.
- Straight/Accordion Blade: Create ribbon cuts for salads, shredded cabbage for coleslaw, vegetable pasta, apple chips, and when used with the included pin you can create the popular spiral cut potato skewers.
- Angel Hair Shredding Blade (NEW): This blade creates perfect angle hair strands out of fruit and vegetables. Angel hair strands are ideal for use in soups, salads, and as a replacement for traditional pasta with a delicate sauce.
- Fine Shredding Blade: This is our popular “spaghetti” blade and is used to create a medium-sized cut for pasta replacement, stir-fry, and salads. Theses strands will hold up to a heavier or more substantial sauce like Bolognese.
- Chipping Blade: This blade allows you to create thicker stands or cuts. These thicker cuts are perfect for roasting and sautéing, and create an amazing base for many sauces. Make curly fries in mere moments with just a few turns of the handle.
- New pronged wheel features extra teeth that are both wider and longer to accommodate a greater variety of fruits and vegetables
- A smaller central coring blade has reduced the amount of waste to 1/8 inch (spaghetti size)
- The rotating pusher handle now accommodates both left and right hand users
- New compact design takes up less counter and storage area
Easy Assembly & Cleaning
Our 4-blade spiralizer has a more compact design than our previous 3-blade unit, to take up less counter or cabinet space. The blade holder folds down and the handle is stored inside when not in use. A clear tray covers the unit and doubles as a food tray to catch the 'noodles'. The spiralizer can be easily disassembled and washed under warm water with mild detergent or placed on the upper rack of a dishwasher. Be cautious when washing the blades, as they are very sharp and should not be touched directly.
The frame and blade plates are constructed of very high-quality, impact-resistant ABS plastic that is BPA-free, and the blades are made of stainless steel. The sizes of the four blade openings are: 3/32 inches (2 millimeters), 1/8 inch (3 millimeters), ¼ inch (6 millimeters), and 1/8 inch (straight blade). The slicer has four powerful suction feet that are fitted with oversized tabs for easy release, and does not require an outlet connection or batteries. A new encased blade storage compartment protects the stored blades from dripping juices while the slicer is in use.
Oodles of Zoodles
The Paderno World-Cuisine Spiralizer is the top selling tool for creating spiral noodles! Our newest four-blade unit allows you even more creativity with the addition of the angel hair blade. Use these 'noodles' as a pasta substitute in dishes like spaghetti, noodle soups, pasta salads, and stir-fry. You can also create vegetable 'rice' by placing the spiralized noodles into a food processor and pulsing until you achieve small "grains". Treat the vegetable grains as you would traditional rice: boil, steam, stir-fry, and saute.
To Make the Accordion Potato
First, trim then ends from a potato. Pierce the potato with the included metal pin, making sure to push the needle all the way through the center of the potato. Remove the needle, then insert a wooden skewer through the back of the corer and into the piercing previously made in the potato with the metal pin. Attach potato centrally between corer and prongs, then begin turning the crank to start slicing. Remove the wooden skewer and expand the accordion. If necessary, transfer the potato to a longer skewer before expanding to hold contents securely. The accordions can be baked or fried.
Paderno World Cuisine Folding Spiral Vegetable Slicer
The Paderno World Cuisine 4-blade spiralizer is an easy-to-use tool that makes vegetable spaghetti, cucumber ribbon strands, curly fries or
long, spiral apple strands in seconds. We've combined all of the popular features and convenience of our 3-blade slicer, with a more compact
and sleek design, as well as an additional blade providing a total of five unique cuts.
- Mounts to countertop with ease due to its strong suctioning base
- Unit is made of BPA-free ABS plastic
- Blades are made of stainless steel
- Easy-to-clean - components are dishwasher-safe
- Dimensions: 9.4 x 5.6 x 5.6 in (24 x 14.2 x 14.2 cm)
- Weight: 3 pounds (1360 g)
Begin by following all assembly instructions provided with the unit. Secure the spiralizer to a smooth, non-porous working surface by pres-
sing down on each corner. Attach one side of your chosen fruit or vegetable to the small circular corer on the blade plate and gently press the
prongs onto the opposite end. Use one hand to push the lever handle along while simultaneously turning the crank handle with the other hand.
Your vegetable or fruit can measure up to 10 inches long and 7 inches thick, and must be at least 1/2 inch thick in diameter. Suggestions of ve-
getables and fruits to use are zucchini, carrots, cucumbers, sweet potatoes and apples.
Founded in 1925 under the name of "Alluminio Paderno" and specialised in the production of aluminium pots and pans for the household,
today Paderno is a leading international brand in the manufacture and sale of professional cookware and kitchen items for the restaurant
and hospitality industry.
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So it was that I was very eager to get my hands on this brand new Paderno Slicer.
At first glance this looks like an incredible upgrade of the tri blade slicer. While keeping the basic premise the same, Paderno has done a major design overhaul. It truly looks like it would be a huge functional improvement. But looks can be deceiving.
With the original slicer some people complained that they lost too much of the veggie to the center coring blade. Paderno answered this complaint by making the central coring blade significantly thinner. Unfortunately, this thin blade is just not strong enough to hold the softer veggies in place while spiralizing. With the original slicer I was able to effortlessly spiralize 10 cucumbers in less than 15 minutes. With this upgraded version the cucumbers kept popping off the center coring blade and the net result was that instead of cucumber "noodles" I had mangled cucumber bits and short cucumber half circles. That was with the widest noodle blade. I had a tad more success using the flat ribbon blade on the cucumbers, but it still wasn't ideal. The noodle cutting blades didn't seem as sharp, either. As a result of all these changes, it took me longer to spiralize than it had with the original slicer. Far longer.
Onions fared better with the widest noodle blade. I assume this is because of their firmer texture. Likewise carrots, Radishes, Kohlrabi and similar "hard" veggies will fare better than the cucumbers or zucchini. There is a very thin blade which works well with the firmer vegetables and if you want angel hair carrots this updated slicer will do a very good job. In fact, the angel hair blade is a real positive improvement but you have to make sure to use firm veggies. My cucumbers turned to mush with the angel hair blade. In truth, I wouldn't expect this to be a good blade for cucumbers though.
This updated version comes with a little catch basin for the noodles as they come off the spiralizer. It was one of the suggestions I made in my original review. But here we find a design flaw.... first of all, I can't imagine what the engineers at Paderno were spiralizing that would fit in this little "trough." One normal sized cucumber easily will overflow that basin when sent through the spiralizer. Also, the design of the machine leaves a bit of a black hole where all the veggies fall. There is no way to get a plate or bowl under the part of the spiralizer that the veggies fall from. I had more vegetables on my counter than I ever had with the original spiralizer. There was an awful lot to clean up when I was done.
Speaking of cleaning up.... the original spiralizer was very easy to clean. Yes, you had to be careful not to manhandle the blades lest you draw blood, but beyond that, it cleaned and dried fairly effortlessly. This upgraded version has a lot of parts and many more construction nooks and crannies to clean. Cleaning it is not an awful job but it is a bit more cumbersome. It also takes a long time to dry because water finds its way into all the nooks.
Are any of the improvements worthwhile? Yes, I suppose so... because the core cutting blade is significantly smaller, you can now spiralize narrower veggies like the little finger carrots. Also, the "teeth" that hold the vegetables in place are a better and sturdier design. Another plus is the design of the blade storage as well as how it the blade plates now slide in sideways. I liked this sideways design... it seems a bit safer somehow. I like the little door that covers the plates that are not in use, and I kind of like the fact that they labelled the plates with squiggly little graphics to show what size and shape noodle each blade plate will make.
But here's the BOTTOM LINE.... None of these improvements are at all useful if the actual purpose of this gadget can't be achieved and honestly, the machine failed with softer veggies. It seems to me from the feedback I get that the most frequently spiralized veggie is zucchini and for that this machine just doesn't compare to the original. If you're looking for a spiralizer for only carrots, potatos, kohlrabi, radishes, onions and other firm veggies and fruits then this would be an acceptable choice. But for me, I most often like to spiralize cucumbers, zucchini and other softer textured veggies and this spiralizer just can't handle those. For my money I want a spiralizer that can handle all the veggies. I will stick with Paderno's original spiralizer. It has kept me happy all these years. Hopefully Paderno will send their engineers back to the drawing board. I will look forward to their next upgrade.
I am changing my rating from two to three stars because it does work okay with the firmer veggies. I still swear by this company and love the original spiralizer.
Here is my zucchini pasta. :)
I am eating more veggies, and I feel better. I have spiraled zucchini, cucumbers, rutabagas, jicama, butternut squash and once, since I can't have very much of it at all, a very small sweet potato. I usually do my cauliflower "rice" or "couscous" with the box grater, but it does make it easier to make veggie "rice" or "couscous" if you spiralize it first, and then finish it in the food processor. So far, I have not used the skewer much.
I have made apple "noodles" and I've also made baked apple chips, and they turned out really well, and are a nice, tasty guilt-free dessert. I am having a very good time with my Spiralizer and can heartily recommend the Paderno Pro 4-blade.
So far, the book I like the best, and use the most, is Alissandra Maffucci's "Inspiralized," although I also like "The Vegetable Spiralizer Cookbook" by Laura Moore, and "My Paderno Spiralizer Cookbook" by J.S. Amie as well.
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