Kitchen Craft Vegetable spiralizer review
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The Kitchen Craft Vegetable Spiralizer works horizontally, so you fit your veg between the blade and food holder, and turn the handle to make your noodles. It's very reasonably priced and includes a choice of three blades to create thin noodles, thick noodles or ribbons, and the blades slot into a cubby hole in the base to keep them tidy when not in use. Read on to discover whether it makes cheap and cheerful courgetti.
- Pros and cons
- Number of blades3
- Type of bladesRibbon blade, thin noodle blade, thick noodle blade
- Height23 cm
- Width30 cm
- Depth18 cm
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