KitchenAid 7-Blade Spiralizer Plus Stand Mixer Attachment
- 10 combinations let you slice, peel, core, and create spirals to suit a variety of classic and unique recipes
- Fine spiraling blade creates a 4mm x 4mm strand, similar to spaghetti
- Medium spiraling blade creates a 4 mm x 6 mm strand perfect for potatoes and zucchini to use in homemade casseroles and soups
- Spiral slicing blade with 12mm corer creates a 4mm ribbon-style result, just right for use with fresh fruits and vegetables that have little to no core, such as zucchini
- Spiral slicing blade with 23mm corer creates a 4mm result -- for use with fresh fruits and vegetables that have a larger core, such as apples.
- Peeling blade can be used on its own or combined with the spiralizing or spiral slicing blades
- Fruit and vegetable skewer holds fruits and vegetables in place while processing for consistent results
- Fits all stand mixer models, using the power of the motor to operate
- Easy to clean with dishwasher safe accessories (top shelf only)
- Main body should be cleaned with a warm, damp cloth.
- Includes a convenient storage case to keep everything organized
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Of the 487 reviewers who responded, 428 would recommend this product.
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- Beware - flawed engineering- September 17, 2020
The vegetable holder - the 2" diameter pronged black plastic part that grips the vegetable to drive it through the blade - is way too small to grip anything but the smallest zucchini. Most of the medium and larger zucchinis from your garden will strip the grip as you try to spiralize them. Also the metal cylinder that protrudes from the center blade to try and keep the vegetable centered as it turns is to short to do its job - most of the zuchinis you try to spiralize will immediately pull off center as you start - preventing you from getting long noodles, or cause the other gripped end of the zucchini to strip its grip on the short prongs.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Apples, Apples, Apples- November 4, 2016
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] When you are gifted 2 1/2 bushels of apples, you need to get busy and get them peeled. If all I used this for was peeling I would have been thrilled. Of course, besides the peeling, I added coring and slicing. The house smelled terrific, pie shells were filled and frozen, the waste was used for making apple cider vinegar. Now I can't wait to try spiralizing. Thank you for helping me knock out the apples without any cuts on my hands. The only negative that I may have is that the slicing is thin for pies, so I did do about a bushel of just peeled, and cut those by hand. Otherwise I love the Sprializer Plus with Peel, Core and Slice.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Can't adequately express my disappointment- December 15, 2019
I attempted to spiralize a potato yesterday, using the peeler. The base, peeler, and blade all locked into place. Not only was the potato not peeled, the 1/4 closest to the end turned into a liquidy mush. It did not spiralize. After a few turns, even tho the blade was locked into place, the blade flew off. I took everything apart and tried again with a 2d potato; same result. Thinking to try a different vegetable, I purchased zucchini, which I cut in 1/2 to shorten. Again, it did not peel. I got a few 1/2 moon slices, not a spiral, the end turned into a liquidy mush, and the zucchini burst apart. I tried again with the 2nd half; same result. Do not purchase.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.