Do you want one of those stylish automatic vegetable spiralizers but do not have the counter space in your kitchen to fit it? The real kicker is that all you need is a small spiralizer adapter if you currently own a KitchenAid stand mixer. Although spiralizing isn’t a required cooking chore, it does give the dinner table or dessert dish a unique look. Zoodles are now a common dinner option in many households, so we are eager to put the KitchenAid Spiralizer Plus to the stand mixer. You can spiralize everything, including apples and butternut squash, as well as other stylish vegetables and fruits. This article will give you some tips on how to use Spiralizer Plus attachments and their features.
KitchenAid Spiralizer Plus Features
Design and Versatility
A power bridge links the drivers of KitchenAid mixers to other devices, including food processors, ice cream makers, cheese shredders, and more. Check the spiralizer extension, which allows you to cut, and peel vegetables and fruits instead of using a separate gadget.
A finer spiralizer cutting tool, a medium cutter, and a large center spiral cutter are available with this package. For veggies, there’s even a peeler and a skewer. The peeler could be used even without the handles, and the parts can still be used on their own. However, each cutter has a top speed stated in the user manual, so review it thoroughly.
They’re all razor-sharp, which is a good thing. They are excellent at cutting but exercise caution. We used the blades on various foods, including carrots, peas, sweet potatoes, and oranges. Each of the blades clashed with any of the vegetables, including the rough and dense root vegetables. Spiralized fruits are being used in one, while slicing apples are used in another.
The blades can be washed in the top rack of a dishwasher and are also simple to clean by hand. The spiralizer blades are sharp and smooth, so we washed them by hand with a soft brush. The spiralizer’s body is not dishwasher safe. It will not get sticky during use because it doesn’t come into contact with food, so a fast wipe is all that’s needed.
The KitchenAid Spiralizer Plus, which retails for about $100, is more expensive than many handheld spiralizers on the market, but it’s comparable to other KitchenAid stand mixer adapters. We can’t complain about the price, particularly considering the durable construction and how using this accessory is nearly simple and easy.
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KitchenAid Spiralizer Plus Attachments
Cooking fish is one delicate process. The texture of fish meat is different from other meats, so overcooking it would be bad. Fish can be served raw like sushi, sashimi, or tartare. You can also serve it as ceviche, which uses citric acid to “cook” the seafood meat. There are also other ways like salting, curing, and drying the fish. Shellfish cannot be served raw except for oysters. Some restaurants have oyster bars with freshly shucked oysters, and it’s a very tasty treat.
- Peeler Attachment. Attachment for a peeler This device is ideal for peeling pretty wide fruits and vegetables, and it makes slicing items like carrots and apples a breeze. Slide right the cutter into the base of your KitchenAid stand mixer’s blade holder until it clips into position.
- Fine Spiralizing Blade. The KitchenAid Spiralizer Plus has a user guide that recommends processing foods like zucchini, radishes, and beets with this blade. This fine spiralizing blade is built to transform veggies into curly, angel-hair “noodles.”
- Extra Fine Spiralizing. Suppose you feel the angel-hair veggie loops made with the finer spiralizing device aren’t perfect enough for you. The spiralizer adapter has an extra-fine spiralizing cutting tool which is a great tool for much finer veggies.
- Medium Fine Core Slicer. This cutter is perfect for making fresh zucchini into normal zucchini noodles, aka zoodles, and can be used with or without the cutter attachment. You can, of course, use this for yellow tomatoes, which spiralize towards more accurate noodles due to their yellowish color. Sweet potato and squash are two other foods that have been proposed.
- Large Core Slicer. The slicer blades that arrived with your Spiralizer Plus produce string circular pattern strips, unlike the spiralizing saws, which make long veggie slices that look similar to noodles or pasta. The large core cutter could be used with the peeler adapter and is intended for items with thick cores, such as pineapples.
- Small Core Slicer. This circular slicer produces just a small hole in the center of the slicing variety of vegetables, making it ideal for cutting veggies with a small core. This slicer, such as the large core cutter, can also be used on the peeler connector.
- Thin Small Core Slicer. If you want to make really thin circular cuts, this is the cutter to use. It’s worth noting that this cutter comes standard with the design.
How To Make Curly Fries Using KitchenAid Spiralizer Plus
Cutting potatoes is a breeze with the KitchenAid Stand Mixer’s spiralizer adapter. Here is an easy-to-make curly fries recipe that you can try using your KitchenAid Spiralizer Plus.
You can buy all the ingredients of this easy-to-prepare quick snack at any grocery store or online market.
- 5 pounds of russet potatoes
- Canola oil
- Salt and your favorite french fry seasoning
- Fill a large mixing bowl with water.
- Begin by peeling the potatoes. Consider removing any blemishes and scrub thoroughly.
- To keep the peeled potatoes from browning, submerge them in water.
- Connect your KitchenAid mixer to the spiralizer adapter.
- Insert the potatoes into the spiralizer’s base and secure the blade.
- Set the food processor to low speed and press the rod against the potatoes’ ends. Curly fries can be made by spiralizing the potatoes.
- To absorb the fries, layer a sheet of baking parchment and place a shelf over it.
- You can place a few lines of oil in an oven with medium heat.
- Spread a thin layer of curly fries in the oils once it is warmed.
- Fry until the optimal level of doneness is reached.
- Arrange the fried curly fries on the tray to drain.
- Mix with ranch dressing or your favorite snack sauce on the side.
With the KitchenAid Spiralizer Plus attachment, you can do so much to present your food without the hassle. Aside from the usual three blades, you get two more gears for a total of five, giving you five different noodle curves to love with your vegetables and fruits. Although being made of plastic, the structure is sturdy, and the performance is excellent. Learn more about spiralizer and other kitchen tools here.