[1] Finally, an easy way to make wide vegetable ribbons (both photos © Betty Bossi).


[2] Cannelloni made with vegetable “noodles.”

 

If you use a spiralizer to slice vegetables into pasta-like strands, here’s something new for you:

The Betty Bossi Veggie Sheet Slicer.

It lets you cut your vegetables and fruits into wafer thin sheets.

This specialty slicer helps you make healthy, colorful and creative meals.

Slice cylindrical or round fruits and vegetables into paper-thin sheets as long as you like (at least, until you use up the fruit or veg).

Consider:

  • Crispy and colourful gratins and tarts
  • Lasagna or cannelloni
  • Vegetable carpaccios and tartares
  • Potato or apple roses
  • Vegetable “chips” strips
  • Wraps for crêpes or roll-ups
  • Slice vegetables & fruits into paper thin sheets: apples, beets, potatoes, zucchini and many more.
  • Layered or roll the slices to create new dishes, or new forms of everyday dishes.
  • Perfect kitchen gadget for low-carb diet dishes
     
    A recipe book is included.

    For people who eat gluten-free, low-carb or vegan/vegetarian diets, or simply love creative cooking, this gadget is a must.

    This isn’t a special-occasion device. You can use it to make everyday meals more appealing and fun.

    Here’s a store finder. It will be on Amazon in November.

    Since 1956, Betty Bossi, a Swiss company have been developing innovative kitchen appliances. Check them out on BettyBossi.com.

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