Like we mentioned before, harder vegetables actually require a decent amount of force, specifically because of the horizontal design, since you have to push the vegetable horizontally to the blade, rather than vertically using gravity (unlike the Mueller, which we tested out below). May 17, 2016 - Explore kathy Ashwell's board "Veggetti Pro Recipes and how to use it..", followed by 147 people on Pinterest. Veggetti Pro, as seen on TV, includes 3 stainless steel blades- 1 for thin spirals, 1 for thick spirals, and 1 for making potato chips, onion rings and more! So it’s still difficult to slice those harder veggies. If you want to get in touch with me about something I wrote, please reach out to me on Facebook or on our contact page up top! You can change your mind at any time and disable notifications. Last month we found our readers a 30% off coupon for a brand new roto-molded cooler! 386. I had the original veggetti and I was wasting 1/4th of the food, and if the zucchini (as an example) was too thick, then it wouldn't fit, but this not a problem with the veggetti pro. The Veggetti Pro will help you prepare a variety of sliced vegetables to be included in coleslaw or a salad, including carrots, cabbage, or beets. The Veggetti Pro is hand-powered, so you won't need to use electricity to run it, nor will you need to worry about having charged batteries on hand to do so. The Veggetti is perfect for zucchini and yellow squash, but I’m afraid I’d break it — or cut myself — if I tried using it with a sturdier veggie like a carrot or a sweet potato. With the Mueller, you press down onto the blade, assisted by gravity and basic mechanical advantage which makes it much easier to slice certain vegetables, and requires less force. Plus, pasta made from vegetables is gluten-free, while standard pasta noodles are not. Continuing our veggetti reviews, up next we have the Veggetti Pro. There is another green handle, located at the bottom of the device, that you should be holding with the latter hand. Combine corn starch, soy sauce, vinegar, coconut sweetener, ginger, vinegar, garlic, water, salt and pepper in a bowl. The plastic is thicker and more durable and it’s just going to last longer and make your life easier when working with harder vegetables. 0 Views. Because of the sturdier plastic construction, you can have a little more confidence using this spiralizer. The Veggetti makes quick work of softer and less fibrous vegetables that includes zucchini, cucumbers, apples and broccoli stalk. Many people sometimes find vegetables boring to eat on their own. The Veggetti Pro's ultra-sharp stainless steel blades effortlessly slice through vegetables for endless pasta strips, delicious salads and coleslaw, onion rings and so much more! We also find it’s a little easier to do yams which is a huge plus if you plan to be prepping and frying up yams frequently! Once you've done so, you can coat it with pesto, tomato sauce or any of the other ingredients you normally enjoy as pasta toppings. Insert the vegetable you'd like to slice in the device, with one end of the veggie touching the side with the handle, and the other resting against the blade. The vegetable spiral slicer is ideal for producing veggie spaghetti, stir-fry noodles, julienne cuts and more. Because of the similar horizontal design to the Veggetti, it’s still susceptible to stress because of the mechanical disadvantage of pressing your vegetable horizontally onto the blade. To help you out, each Veggetti Pro comes with a gourmet recipe book that contains more than 30 vegetable-based recipes. The device has two interchangeable blades that you can choose between based on the thickness of vegetables that you desire. The Veggetti is dishwasher-safe, but I hesitate to wash it in there because I’m afraid it will shorten the gadget’s lifespan. If you are buying it to use primarily with zucchini, apples and other softer/fresher ingredients it’s a definite buy. Each Veggetti Pro has a non-slip base that will suction itself to your countertop, making the device unlikely to slide around as you use it. It’s undoubtedly the most reviewed spiralizer on Amazon with more than 10,000 reviews. It’s a little small, so you’ll have to change it often (sometimes even halfway through a vegetable) so that the spirals don’t bunch up , filling the container and stopping the crank from turning.

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