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KitchenAid 5-Blade Spiralizer with Peel, Core and Slice Attachment #KSM1APC

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It works
★★★★★
I bought this after joining Nutrisystem. I'm trying to get creative with vegetables. I did beets, zucchini, apples and cucumbers. They all worked out pretty well. The inner soft parts of what I spiralized do break but that's to be expected I suppose. I loved the beets in my salad and the zucchini I Place of noodles was really delicious. I like the thickness of the zucchini. I really haven't used it a lot. It I have the weekend off and plan to do more food prepping. Also the case it comes in is pretty nice. Solid construction and it fits on my old Hobart Kitchen aid that I was gifted. Three generations:) and I'm down 18 pounds in five weeks!!
By Simone on Nutrisystem on 2017-07-19

Great way to get kids to eat vegetables
★★★★★
I love my kitchen aid spiralizer! I have been spiralizing weekly since I received this great accessory for Christmas. Not only is it fun and easy to use but it is a great way to incorporate more vegetables into my kids diet. Even my very picky daughter has taken an interest in cooking since I started using it and she is actually eating vegetables. I love the slicing blade feature as well. You can whip up a fresh apple tart in no time at all.
By Rose on 2017-01-16

Absolutely love it!
★★★★★
I bought this several months ago. I use to have a manual spiralizer and every time I used it I had veggie parts that I could not use. This attachment spiralizes the entire veggie easily and fast, it doesn't matter if you spiralize a zucchini or a sweet potato.
By Caba on 2017-03-29

A Little Slice of Heavon
★★★★★
I just purchased the Spiralizer attachment for my tilt head KitchenAid mixer. I acquired the attachment to replace a stand alone portable plastic spiralizing slicing unit that functioned but was very flimsy in construction and a pain to clean. The Kitchenaid unit is quite impressive as all the parts are built to last as they are mostly metal. To date I have used the spiral blade on yellow and green squash and was truly amazed at the simplicity of the task. The vegetable noodle that is produced is textured nicely and quite uniform. Thus far the only limit I have found in using the tool is that the produce needs to be six inches or less in length in order for the device to function properly allowing enough clearance for the screw to turn the blade assembly through vegetable or fruit. Additionally I have used the larger slicing blade to thinly slice red beets that have been trimmed with the ends cut flat. Great outcome for salads as is or for steaming should one want to make beet rings. Currently I have cut three different varieties of apples and been greatly impressed with the peeling tool that uniformly removes the skin while the apple is sliced and cored by the additional slicing blade attached. This will make slicing apples for pie such a breeze! Another major plus is the ease of clean up. Mostly the key parts are removable consisting of the skewer base, peeler and or spiral or slicing blades. They easily twist off or lift out or can be removed by depressing a small lever. Once removed they can be easily washed, dried and then replaced on the unit or placed back into their slick storage package ! An exceptional addition to my family of bakers from a great family of Kitchenaid products.
By Bigfishtwo on 2016-11-20

The Best KitchenAid Attachment You Need To Purchase
★★★★★
I purchased the KitchenAid 5 Blade Spiralizer With Peel, Core and Slice. In the three weeks since purchase, I have used it everyday. Vegetable spaghetti to preparing apples for freezing; the uses are endless. Clean-up is a breeze. An essential attachment for your KitchenAid cuisine.
By MJ West on 2016-08-18

Awesome spiralizer!!
★★★★★
Got this as a Christmas gift from my kids!! We are spiralizing everything, making amazingly healthy side dishes with our meals! It handles even the hardest sweet potatoes with ease. Easy to clean, comes in a great box to keep the parts safe and organized!
By KiS on 2017-01-08

Extremely Easy to Use
★★★★★
This product is where art meets food. It is very easy to use and clean--plug it into the mixer, select your blade and go. As a bonus, it is more than fascinating to watch, and the food comes out looking beautiful! We've made applesauce (so much easier than my hand-crank peeler/corer), spiral snack veggies (my 4-year old loves the pretty cut carrots) and zucchini noodles--and as you can see in the picture, my 1-year old son even approved. Would highly recommend this to anyone!
By Courtney VZ on 2017-01-27

5 Blade Spiralizer with Peel, Core & Slice
★★★★★
I really enjoy using my new tool for my new toy. I teach my Day Care children how to cook & they get to watch, then eat the veggies get spiralized. They also get to help cook. I am really impressed with the KitchenAid site, because I forgot how to attach the peeler so I went onto KitchenAid & watched the video & off we were doing apple pie for the kids to take home for Mother's Day. So far we have made macaroni salad twice & American Chop Suey with the help of the Food Processor attachment.
By Alice in KitchenAidToyLand on 2016-05-06

Fine spiralizing attachment produces the same size as Medium

I have a Manual spiralizer but decided to buy the KitchenAid attachment after surgery on my right arm. However I am very disappointed with the Fine spiralizer attachment as there is no difference between the cut of that and the Medium attachment. I contacted Customer Service and they sent a replacement but it made no difference. If I would of known this I would not have purchased since the Fine spiralizer attachment is the one I use the most. I compared the attachments between the Manual and KitchenAid model and the look pretty much the same so not sure why it doesn't work. KitchenAid should fix this issue.
By Debra on 2017-04-03

Completely Useless

I bought this in the hopes of spiralized butternut squash. After mushing through 5 of them, I gave up and made soup. Literally. It would spiralize for about 10 seconds, then just grind and mush into the stationary end, making it totally useless. So I tried zucchini, thinking maybe butternut was too hard? Nope. Same thing. Garbage. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
By ACR2 on 2019-10-06

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Fun to use
★★★★★
Adds fun to cooking. And .may entice non-vegetable eaters to give them a try
By Ann L. Daniel-Hartung on 2015-07-26

I'm so glad my family found it
★★★★★
Just received this for my birthday. I've tried the spiralizer, and have been researching many brands to find one that was not plastic and was able to handle every type of vegetable. I had not come across this in my research which disappoints me. I'm so glad my family found it. It is THE BEST spiralizer out there. So quick and effortless, once you figure out the attachments. If anyone out there has a kitchenaid mixer and is looking to by a spiralizer look no further, your search is over. As to another review I read, not sure if there is more than one type, but this is almost all metal with the exception of a few areas which don't come in contact with the food for the most part. I would highly recomend this over any other product.
By H.D. on 2015-07-18

Fun and easy!
★★★★★
In April I started going to the gym 7 days a week to lose weight and be healthier and also changing what I eat . I have given up pasta but being Italian that is a hard thing to do ! I have great fun and success with this attachment . I use zucchini and/or yellow squash to make "spaghetti" and top it off with a red sauce, to which I have added mushrooms and and textured vegetable protein meatballs. I lightly steam the spiraled squash first then add the sauce. My grandson loved to make spiraled potatoes to fry. You can make a really pretty salad by using the attachment for cucumbers,carrots etc. It is very easy to assemble and use. It comes in a very nice storage box. Clean up is very easy. A little pricey but I feel well worth it. I have never hada bad Kitchen Aid product. Highly recommend.
By Angelfish on 2015-07-12

LOVE THIS!
★★★★★
I adore this spiralizer attachment. It normally takes me at least an hour to get enough apples peeled and sliced for apple pit, but with this attachment I had enough for 2 pies within about 10 minutes. It peels, cores and slices all at once! I LOVE IT. It was so easy to set up and use. There was about a 2 minute learning curve while I figured out how to center the peeler/corer so that the apple would peel correctly. The spiralizer attachments work great as well. So easy to use! The peel slides right off on a long "string" so I just stuck a trash can on the floor at the edge of the counter and they dropped right off into it. I can't wait to use it again! I'm already dreaming up uses for it! :)
By Jill Hart on 2015-07-08

Practical, Fun Gift for Gadget-Loving KitchenAid Mixer Owners
★★★★★

This KITCHENAID SPIRALIZER ATTACHMENT WITH PEELER is the sort of cooking gadget that my father used to give my mother. She would try it once, declare it more trouble than it was worth, and store it away. But like my father, I love gadgets, and I love this thing. In using it the first time, it helped that I already had a hand-cranked corer/slicer/peeler (see, e.g., VICTORIO Apple and Potato Peeler). This stand mixer attachment works exactly the same, except you don't have to clamp it to a table, and it does a much better job. Whether it's apples, potatoes, root vegetables, or zucchini, it pares only the thinnest outer layer. And it has five different blades to accommodate different kinds of fruits and vegetables for spiral-slicing. (You can use it to spiral slice, to pare, or to spiral slice and pare in a single operation.) Like any complicated kitchen gadget, it takes some practice. The Quick Start instructions could definitely be better. They don't mention the mixer speed (start at Stir, and gradually increase to 3 or 4), or suggest putting the produce to be sliced on the fruit/vegetable skewer BEFORE you put the skewer onto the attachment (a tip found on the KitchenAid web site). Nor do they mention that you should slice off just one end, and put the other end on the skewer, because there will be some waste at the skewer end. A problem that I had, as a beginner, was not placing the produce correctly on the skewer. If you push the apple or vegetable too far onto the skewer prongs, the slicer will stop before it completely finishes slicing the item. If you don't push the apple or vegetable far enough onto the prongs to secure it, the rotating skewer will bore a hole so that the item will stop turning before it's completely pared and sliced. When you get it right, the core can be hard to remove from the skewer after the slicing is done. Still, I like using this thing, and will definitely be getting it out to pare potatoes and to pare, core, and slice apples. When I add in the mixer setup time and the cleanup time (though it's easy to clean), it probably doesn't save me any time (in the quantities I need to prepare). But it's easier and more fun to slice produce with this than to slice produce by hand. I use this spiralizer attachment with a KitchenAid KSM150PSBL Artisan Series 5-Quart Mixer. Something I also like, is that the attachment is packed in a solid storage box, a box that is fitted with Styrofoam shaped to exactly hold the parts. The "presentation box" looks elegant, and also makes it hard to lose the skewer, peeler, or blades.
By Lynne E. on 2015-07-07

Great attachment that utilizes my mixer
★★★★

 I've recently started using a manual spiralizer and was unable to get a consistent cut on my vegetables. I was looking at a stand-alone crank spiralizer when I saw that KitchenAid had come out with a new attachment that not only did this job but also could spiral cut vegetables and even peel them at the same time. I like the idea of adding to my mixer rather than taking up space in my kitchen with yet another item. This also replaces my old-fashioned manual crank potato peeler, so I actually come out ahead in space by having this attachment. The only thing I don't like about this set is that part of it is made out of plastic. It seems like it could have been made of all metal (as my potato peeler is) and it feels like it may not last as long as I would expect given how expensive the attachment is. Oddly enough, I had some problems with the metal part of the "peeler" attachment. I used a little too much oomph in removing it from the base unit and the thin metal actually bent. In order to fix it, my husband had to take the peeler apart using a torx driver (a special type of screwdriver) to bend it back into shape. Lesson learned, even metal can only take so much and this isn't heavy duty metal, more like thin bendable sheet metal instead of anything sturdy. The idea of using my mixer is not new to me. I have a number of attachments for my Kitchenaid that I have picked up over the years. I use all of them on a fairly regular basis and I expect that this will be one of the ones I use quite a bit now that I've learned to be delicate with it. What I really like is the job it does on my vegetables. I was able to spiralize my zucchini, yellow squash, and beets for a great look on my salad. I also used the zucchini in place of pasta with my homemade marinara. It tasted fantastic and was so much better for my husband and I. I usually made a pasta dish twice a week and I will be replacing one of those with zucchini in the future. I also made shoestring potatoes but instead of frying them, I sprayed them with olive oil, baked them, and then tossed them in salt, pepper, and granulated garlic. I plan to try cooking them in my air fryer to see if I can get a nice crisp on them, too. The spiral blade is great - I was able to peel and slice several apples for a fruit salad for my Fourth of July barbeque. This is usually a long job but after using the spiral blade, all I had to do is make a single cut through the apple and I had lovely thin slices that worked perfectly. I also used the spiral cutter on radishes, too. As I eat salad for my meal almost every night, I am certain to be using this attachment on a regular basis. I love how it works, wish they had made it of all metal, and look forward to using it often. I will certainly update this review if I have any problems in the future with the plastic parts of the product.
By iiiireader on 2015-07-03

Fantastic for using on large volumes. Easy to cut and peel firm produce. Not all parts are dishwasher safe.
★★★★
So your grandma may have had a hand powered version of this tool which could peel potatoes or apples. I, in fact, own one and use it often when peeling apples for pies. This device takes things a step further, you can not only cut but also peel at the same time. It comes with five attachments. One is the peeling blade which can be added to the other four choices which are: Spiral slice with large core Spiral slice with small core Fine spiralizing blade Medium spiralizing blade. The difference between spiral slice and spiralizing is that the slicing goes all the way through, the sprializing makes a long curly string of the food. Blades and skewer are dishwasher safe. Main body must be washed by hand and CANNOT be immersed in water (this is somewhat of a pain). The main body attaches to the front of your mixer (the manual says it fits ALL of the types). There are suggestions for what speed to run the mixer for difference produce. Wash food, remove stems and cut off ends squarely. Remove any eyes from potatoes. This works really, really well on firm produce. You can whip through apples for pie (you will still need to cut the spirals in half). You can make curly fries with ease. Kids love produce cut into these fascinating shapes. On the down side, if you just want to peel one apple this is more work. You have to wash the main body by hand. Two spikes should have been provided, one for regular produce, another for very large or long produce. When using with something like very long vegetables (long zucchini, big squash) the vegetable is not supported enough through its length and tends to wobble around and sometimes actually fall apart. If you need to process a lot of stuff at once this is a wonderful device. If you want to just slice one apple, the work involved in cleaning the main body would be too much overhead. *edit* After using multiple times, I find it is easier to remove the spike each between each piece of produce, put the produce on the spike and then reattach the spike again.
By Two kids mom on 2015-06-29

Nice KitchenAid attachment, disappointed it was an open box item.
★★★★★
This device works great and is well made, it will get plenty of use here, especially with the summer veggie season starting. This will go well with all the other attachments for our mixer. I was disappointed that the item was open box and spilled all over the inside of the shipping carton, particularly since the spiralizer attachment had only been on the market for a week or so. Amazon should get after Sur La Table - apparently I'm not the only one to have received an unsealed package represented as being new.
By RB on 2015-06-25

Open Box Item
★★
No where did the description say that the maximum zucchini you could put in the spiralizer attachment was 5.5". I was of course disappointed at that because I didn't intend on inspecting my zucchini to make sure they weren't too big when I bought them. What was worse than this is that the unit came from Sur La Table. It was an opened item. Someone's greasy fingerprint clearly on the main piece. I was so anxious to use it though, I tried to overlook that. I would just expect that I would be getting a brand new factory sealed item...not an open box item. Also, the spirals don't come out quite as small as when you use a manual spiralizer.
By Shawn S. on 2015-06-19

EASY APPLE SLICES OR FUN SHAPED SALADS ---- BRIEF NOTES ON SLICE THICKNESS, USAGE, & PARTS DURABILITY
★★★★
MOST METAL AND PLASTIC PARTS ARE SUBSTANTIAL --- BUT STILL WISH SOME PARTS WERE NOT PLASTIC & SOME METAL PARTS COULD BE MORE SUBSTANTIAL A BRIEF PROS AND CONS REVIEW I have wonderful memories as a kid making preserved apples and apple pies with my family using a utensil similar to this that screwed onto a thick wood counter top. Snacking on fresh apple spirals as my mom worked on the crust. Our device back then didn't have the extra options these machines do now. This attachment has substantial feeling parts in terms of it's body and bases, and is an absolute snap to attach and put together. Some parts feel a little less substantial but not necessarily cheap. With all the really fun stuff you can do (Kitchenaid already supplies a lot of photos), you just might even get a finicky child to eat their vegetables in those spirally straw shapes. The metal is fairly thick and sturdy, but there are still some plastic parts and some thin metal by design, and even aluminum in areas you might not expect given other very sturdy parts. Most of the plastic is also quite sturdy though. As you can see, the back end with prongs that stick into the core has plastic spikes and the small skewer feels more like aluminum rather than steel. I worry about those parts in the long run. However, I had no problem with slippage on things such as large apples or potatoes. All the attachments are dishwasher safe though the body is supposed to be hand washed according to the information. It's a great way to change the texture of your food and eat more fresh things. SOME GREAT THINGS MADE EASY -- THINGS YOU CAN DO, AND SOME THINGS YOU CANNOT: --- With quick set up you can start running apples through for storage or apple pies in quick succession. Peel or don't peel while you spiral them through. It's just a matter of sliding the peeler attachment onto the setup. For those who have not used a spiralizer, you do have to cut the spirals down the middle to make them into just slices (after creating the spirals on the machine). That's not a big deal obviously. Whether you are making potato fries, apple pies, or thinner sliced fresh apple or vegetable bags for lunch, this thing makes them easy. --- There is no end of cool things you can make with the spiral straws from vegetables, from unique textured soups to salads your kids might even find fun. I have a spiral potato/onion thing I came up with that is fried like a bloomin onion that I think is awesome! The imagination is the only limit. --- There is a large core slicer and a small core slicer for different sized fruits or vegetables. Those adjust to the size of the core on the front end metal gripper (back end spikes are plastic as I mentioned) and will make a smaller or larger core left over as appropriate. However, they cut roughly the same size thickness of slice and YOU CANNOT ADJUST THE THICKNESS OF THINGS LIKE APPLE OR POTATOTO SLICES. Both the small and large core slicer cut just slightly greater than 1/8th inch thickness. --- As with most spiralizers, it works best when you can make the produce reasonably symmetrical by cutting ends off and any weird large bumps like potato eyes. It is not made for soft, pulpy fruits of course. That seems intuitive, but they actually state that. BRIEF RECAP OF NEGATIVES: Though I love this machine, I don't want to sound unrealistic with points to consider: There are rare parts that seem less substantial despite overall feeling of quality. The thickness of vegetable slices cannot be adjusted. The container box is a bit bulky (this attachment is a little bigger than you might expect), but you can always put that away. The peeler tool takes a pretty thick skin off, so you may feel you are wasting a tiny bit on apples and other thin skinned vegetables, though potatoes are a little more appropriate. There are cheaper options for those not into the Kitchenaid total nexus for the Stand Mixer. FINAL THOUGHTS: In my opinion this is partly about Kitchenaid user ability to replace another kitchen tool and keep it combined in one convenient kitchen tool system. I love having lots of options to attach to my mixer. But truthfully you can accomplish these tasks with a much less expensive tool. It may or may not be as substantial. It may even cut different width slices that this one won't. But if you use the stand mixer already, this is a terrific accessory. One of my favorites actually. It really comes down to what you need in your kitchen and what you want to spend. As I said before, I would feel more comfortable with at least one part being steel rather than plastic. But then more parts of this product are metal than a lot of spiralizers out there so I really can't complain that much. Amazon does not allow inserting links to other company product pages. But if you go to the Kitchenaid web site you can view very slick demonstration videos for this product.
By MyD -- The Viewpoint on 2015-06-07

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