Vegetable spiraliser from InnovaGoods: the most convenient and simple to use
Your kitchen needs a spiral vegetable cutter! There are many reasons to have one at home and this utensil is capable of turning vegetables into tagliatelle to add some fun to your dishes and make them healthier.
This model from InnovaGoods is super simple and convenient to use and we love the fact that it takes up very little space, so it can be stored in any drawer with no problem. It has stainless steel blades of a high quality which cut well and, in addition, it is dishwasher safe.
How do you use a vegetable spiraliser?
Although it is a highly intuitive utensil, it is always worth remembering some tips so you can get the most out of your new cutter.
- Select and wash the vegetables:in the spiraliser you can use ingredients like courgette, carrot, turnip, cucumber, etc. The first thing to do is wash the vegetables, and then dry them properly using kitchen paper or a cloth. Bear in mind that once converted into spirals, the vegetables won’t be as easy to wash.
Insert and attach the vegetable: once clean, you need to insert it into the device and attach it with the lid. This lid has teeth or “spikes” so the vegetables attaches firmly and doesn’t drain.
- Turn the knob and let the magic begin! In just a few seconds, you will see your vegetable spaghetti coming out. The first time you do it, you get a genuine buzz.
3 quick and creative recipes to use your spiraliser
Did you know that the spaghetti that comes from our spiralisers has a name? In the foodie world, they are known as zoodles. So don’t be surprised if you find some recipes using that name. Now, here I’ll leave you with three simple dishes so you can unleash your creativity and your first time using your vegetable spiraliser will be a success. If you have guests, they will think you are a genuine gourmet chef!
Courgette spaghetti with garlic and prawns
Prepare your spirals of courgette, fry the sliced garlic and remove them from the pan. In the same frying pan, add the peeled prawns with a small cayenne pepper. Once ready, add the slices of garlic and zoodles to fry everything together. Season with salt and pepper to taste and voilà!
Buddah bowl with beetroot tagliatelle
Make beetroot spirals with your new spiraliser and put them to one side. On a large plate, place in a circular shape: a handful of lentils, lamb's lettuce, roast aubergine, quinoa and the beetroot tagliatelle. In the centre of the plate, add a few tablespoons of hummus and season to taste with a little oil, salt and lemon juice.
Courgette and carrot spirals salad with figs, cheese and walnuts
Before you do anything else, make the courgette and carrot spirals and place them in a bowl. Make a marinade using oil, mustard, lemon juice and vinegar and add it to the vegetables. Peel and wash the figs, cut them into quarters and add them to the salad. Add the cheese in cubes and a few chopped walnuts. You can also add sesame seeds. Season with salt and pepper to taste and voilà!
As you can see, the fame of the vegetable spiraliser is totally well-deserved. With it, you will be able to make so many original, health and quick recipes, suitable for everyone: children, vegetarians, vegans, etc. In addition, it is addictive: once you start to make your first vegetable spaghetti, you won't be able to stop.
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