Ceramic Julienne Slicer
Japanese cooks rely on these efficient tools to create whisper-thin slices and exquisite julienne cuts. The key to their sharpness: Each slicer is fitted with a ceramic blade that holds its edge ten times as long as steel. You’ll find the slicers useful for everything from cutting vegetables for a stir-fry to slicing apples for a tart.
- Use the flat slicer to create wide, paper-thin slices of apples and other fruits or vegetables.
- Use the julienne slicer produces thin, matchstick strips of vegetables for sautéing or garnish.
- A hand guard keeps your fingers out of harm’s way. Frames and handles are made of sturdy polypropylene.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 4" x 11".
- Use & Care
- Dishwasher safe.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by SirEdwardPopinjay from DOES NOT SLICE! - it only juliennes As far as a julienne slicer - it works great. No question about that. But I was under the impression that this product slices in thin sheets as well. The description is misleading and I quote: "Japanese cooks rely on these efficient tools to create whisper-thin slices... " - and - "Use the flat slicer to create wide, paper-thin slices of apples and other fruits or vegetables." This slicer does not have any size or adjustments or blade options. It only makes match-stick size julienne cuts.Date published: 2015-11-15Rated 5 out of 5 by pookusmaximus from Love this slicer This is one of my favorite kitchen tools. It slices beautifully, the blade is always sharp, and it's easy to clean. I can't reiterate enough how easy it is to use...and it's top quality, especially for the price. We like to make noodles out of squash and cucumbers, and this cuts our noodle slicing time in half. We've also started eating hashbrowns on a regular basis because my husband has discovered that he likes shredding potatoes...but just with *this* slicer.Date published: 2013-02-26