Saturday 22 October 2016

5 of the best... Spiralizers

Published 15/01/2016 | 02:30

Benriner Cook's Help Vegetable Slicer, €50 approx
Benriner Cook's Help Vegetable Slicer, €50 approx
Hemsley & Hemsley Spiralizer, €40,
Lurch Spirali Spiralizer, €37.99,
Spiralz Spiralizer, €40 approx
The Turning Vegetable Slicer, €58 approx,
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Lurch Spirali Spiralizer

This horizontal spiralizer is the most basic model on and its bestseller. The vegetable is held in place with plastic spikes and can be turned into two different widths of noodles or else slices for skewering. It has three interchangeable stainless steel blades and suction cups to hold it in place. €37.99,

Spiralz Spiralizer

Made by the first company to bring spiralizers to the UK market, this horizontal model makes ribbons from fruit and veg as well as 6mm and 3mm thick noodles. It's made of strong ABS plastic, is BPA free and comes with a lifetime domestic warranty. €40 approx,

Benriner Cook's Help Vegetable Slicer

This Japanese vertical spiralizer is smaller than other models, meaning it can only take smaller chunks of veg, but its three blades are of an extremely high quality. It's well able to tackle harder veg and makes finer sized noodles between 1mm and 4mm. The seller does not deliver to Ireland, but you can use Parcel Motel. €60 approx,


Hemsley & Hemsley Spiralizer

Designed by Melissa and Jasmine Hemsley, the sisters behind health food company Hemsley & Hemsley, demand for this spiralizer has increased tenfold in the last year. Similar to the Spiralz model, it creates two different widths of noodles and ribbons with three interchangeable blades, is dishwasher safe and has a two year warranty. €40,

The Turning Vegetable Slicer

This spiralizer is at the higher end of the market and is popular with restaurants and catering companies thanks to its ability to churn out noodles speedily when attached to a cordless drill or screwdriver. It has four different blades including an ultra-fine 1mm attachment to make angel hair strands. €58 approx,

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