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The triangle® potato spirals small and large are used as easy as a corkscrew and drilled into potatoes, carrots, beetroot, radish or other firm fruits and vegetables. The result are very appetizing 2/3 inch or 1 inch spirals that can be steamed, fried or used raw as fresh decoration.
The large potato spiral produces solid spirals that can be fried or steamed. Raw they can be used in various creative ways e.g. as a card holder for your guests, a small vase for herbs or flowers.
The triangle potato spiral is a fune, easy-to-use tool that turns plain old potatoes, carots, beetroot and other firm veges and fruit into cute spirals.
It's fun and easy to use - try making your own curly oven fries, spiral salads or fruit platters. We think this could be a sneaky way to get kids interested in vegetables, too.
How to use:
Cut the raw vegetable to the desired length, max. 4 inch. Cut both ends. Drill the spiral clockwise into the vegetable until the cutting loop has completely left the other end. Take care not to prick yourself when the stick breaks through.
To remove the spiral form the vegetable either cut the outer shell or drill the spiral out by sliding it to the upper end of the stick and turning the outer shell counter-clockwise while holding the inner spiral with a pin or the tip of a small knife.