Homemade Curly Fries: The Best Use For a Spiralizer
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Printz December 30, 2015
I took Kimberly Mayers' advise & purchased the Paderno 3 blade spiralizer. A great little machine-super fast & easy! Thanks Kim :) I might need to add another blade though to get thicker fries. Mine were really tasty- but thin.
Printz November 16, 2015
Oh yes- this I must try! Any recommendations for a brand of this type of machine?
Kimberly M. November 16, 2015
I have the Paderno World Cuisine Spiralizer and it was purchased via Amazon.
Melanie S. December 30, 2015
I purchased the spiralizer tool for my KitchenAid mixer and I LOVE it. Comes with four separate blade for different cuts. Highly recommend.
Willow |. November 12, 2015
This was actually the first thing I did with my spiralizer when I got it (although I also make salads and "zoodles" with it). It's also great with sweet potatoes!
Elyse November 11, 2015
Fantastic! I have a reason to buy one now! If it's a vegetable it's not pasta and it's never going to be so stop pretending! Now this, I can get behind this crazy gadget now
Kimberly M. November 11, 2015
Going to try this with my spiralizer. Surprisingly, I've run many vegetables through it, but not a russet potato yet. However, I will need to make it gluten-free. Sorry!! Arrowroot or potato flour will make a good substitute!
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