Thursday, August 21, 2014

Dual Julienne and Vegetable Peeler Review


Most of our meals are home cooked. Daddy's peels veggies to steam on one counter, and I peel veggies on the other counter to make a salad. We use peelers a lot in our kitchen.

Either both peelers are in use, or both peelers are dirty.

I just got a fancy peeler to review. It's Dual Julienne and Vegetable Peeler made by: Priority Chef.


I've never used such a fancy peeler. All the peelers I've ever used have been a side peeler. It did take me a minute to get used to something that has different sides, and peels from the front. Once I got the hang of it, it was handy. I know I wouldn't let Mica or Isaak use it. Mica peels his own veggies sometimes. We haven't attempted this step with Isaak. It's very sharp. Certainly an adult utensil.
  • One side of the kitchen tool has a vegetable peeler that can peel in both directions. 
  • The other side has a julienne tool that create julienned vegetables in seconds.
 

You can peel in thin slices, big slices, and it has a little thing on the side that will remove eyes out of potatoes.

The Priority Chef dual julienne and vegetable peeler has ultra sharp blades and can peel vegetables quicker than ever.

  • The tool is made of stainless steel.
  • Is dishwasher safe, although it will last longer if it is washed by hand. I did think it was a little difficult to wash. Peelings were stuck in the sharp blades.
  • Included with the purchase is an eBook that gives instructions, and a list of recipes to get started.
  • It's $19.95, but on sale for $9.95 on Amazon.
So far we've used it to peel potatoes, and make potato ribbons.

Then I've used it to peel, and make carrot ribbons for a stir fry. I'm big into throwing carrots, onion, snap peas, and pepper in a pan with a little oil, adding raw cashews, and a little ginger for a quick side. It's good, and takes little time to do it.

What kind of peeler do you have?

A) A Front One - Like the one shown with different capabilities

B) A Side One - With only peeling as an option

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9 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

That sounds like an effective peeler!!

~ Noelle said...

wow.
looks like it does a great job

~ Noelle said...

wow.
looks like it does a great job

Maryann D. said...

I would like a peeler that can julienne the veggies too. I have a boring peeler that does not work well. This one looks super.
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Ai Sakura said...

I've only ever used a side peeler too. This one is so fancy!

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

It looks like it does a great job!

mail4rosey said...

It's pretty cool looking! I've never used a fancy one either. :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

It looks like it does a great job! I really like how nicely it does the julienne!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I have a few different peelers... well, I did but gave them to my granddaughters when they each got an apartment.

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