Kenwood Electric Spiraliser £12 Amazon - Prime Exclusive
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Kenwood Electric Spiraliser £12 Amazon - Prime Exclusive

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Found 17th Aug 2017
The new Kenwood Electric Spiraliser puts the fun back into healthy cooking. The two cones; spaghetti and pappardelle allow you to turn a wide variety of fruits and vegetables into spirals, noodles and ribbons. A great replacement heavy carbohydrates and hugely versatile for use in salads, stir fries and much more. You and your family can enjoy healthier meals everyday with the Kenwood Electric Spiraliser.
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Looks interesting but why do I think it will end up in the cupboard
I'm sure there'll be loads of these at car boot sales everywhere in a couple years
woldranger8 m ago

I'm sure there'll be loads of these at car boot sales everywhere in a …I'm sure there'll be loads of these at car boot sales everywhere in a couple years


twinkle11 m ago

Looks interesting but why do I think it will end up in the cupboard


I've no idea about the quality of this one, but I got a spiraliser for £3 off a deal on here and have courgetti etca couple of times a month, in fact I'm having it for supper this evening with a homemade red pepper and walnut pesto.
Mixed reviews....but as I'm trying to eat a lot healthier thought I'd try it.
I've look at this before, I spiralise stuff a lot. But with so many negative reviews I'm not really tempted. It looks difficult to wash up and it's not really hard work to spiralise something by hand in the first place.
twinkle17th Aug

Mixed reviews....but as I'm trying to eat a lot healthier thought I'd try …Mixed reviews....but as I'm trying to eat a lot healthier thought I'd try it.



The £3 deal is still available... cheaper option if your not sure (like I wasnt)
hotukdeals.com/dea…949
Edited by: "jamhops" 18th Aug 2017
I bought the same one from Amazon for the £22 or so a few months back. After 2 days of attempting to make it do its job, we gave up. Veg just spun round and round. Real bad design. Hot for price, cold for the actual product. The manual ones are better
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