The Zyliss Julienne Peeler creates ultra thin, professional julienne strips of fruits and vegetables quickly and easily, in the comfort of your own kitchen. The extra sharp stainless steel swivel blade with julienne teeth, slice produce not once, but twice to achieve chef like results. Quickly and easily create julienne cuts of carrots, courgette, potatoes, apples and more. The ergonomic handle fits comfortably in your palm to lessen hand fatigue. The eye cutter feature on this kitchen tool easily removes blemishes from produce.
- High quality stainless steel julienne blade.
- Creates strips of fruit or vegetables instantly.
- Eye cutter tool easily removes blemishes from produce.
- Ergonomic comfortable grip.
Size: 2.5 x 3 x 18 cm
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (16)
Works ok when you get used to it, not sure it’s any better than a grater though.
All this did was cause a mess and waste ingredients . Its not strong or sharp enough to cut strips of anything. Hopeless.
Unable to use this product badly cut my hand the first time it was used. No instructions on how to use. not recommended.
After a few tries, I managed to work out the best way to use this - lay the vegetable flat on a chopping board and hold the end down and draw it towards you. Very good for carrots and courgettes etc. Now mastering my own home made coleslaw. Like all specialist tools, you will always have a bit left over but it will always happen whatever you use.
Yesterday I tried it with carrots, and I was really dishartened, my grater would have done a better job at it. But after reading the other reviews here, I gave it another try, this time with apples - and it works like a charm! So I guess my hand is just not strong enough to use this with really hard vegetables, but it will work well with others, like courgettes. I have a courgette spaghetti recipe I wanted to try for ages, now it's time!
Took a small amount of practice and I was away
Make your vegetables look more interesting and appetising by using this tool. I enjoyed experimenting with carrots and courgettes.