Many cooks look for excuses to play with kitchen toys, and the Joyce Chen Spiral Slicer, or Spiralizer, is getting a close look in many kitchens, especially where raw foods are favoured. It's handy for making garnishes and slicing vegetables into a variety of shapes including strands, spirals and flat pieces. It's safer than the traditional mandolin since the cook's fingers can not come in contact with the blade.
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Cut the vegetables to the required size for the final output. For instance, start with a straight-sided, 3.5-inch zucchini piece for zucchini noodles.
Choose the right blade for the type of slicing required and set it into place by flipping the outside tab.
Center the vegetable inside the container and lock the top by snapping it into place. Place the holding container on the bottom.
Turn the handle clockwise while holding the unit down with your other hand.
Empty the holding container when finished.
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