I don’t know what it is about spiral fries but I don’t care who you ask, they are waaaaay better than regular cut fries. Its like Kraft mac and cheese, shapes are incredible in comparison to elbow noodles. I received a Brieftons Spiral Slicer to try out and I’ve been craving zucchini everything lately so I figured I’d start with delish fries to put this baby to use? Since, I’ve never personally made my own fries by hand that turned out well, I decided to find a recipe that looked scrumptous and didn’t involve too many steps. Easy enough. I pulled out the spiral slicer, washed it and used as directed. Surprisingly for such an inexpensive slicer it cut pretty easily without too much pressure. The zucchini sliced right into strings and spirals as it stated it would. From there I threw the whole batch into 3 inches of canola oil until browned, dried them on paper towels, and added some parmesan and a hint of seasoning. I can’t tell you the last time I fried something but this seemed quicker than baking at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. When you’re pregnant and hungry, you have to eat as soon as possible before the snickers hunger rage takes over.
Overall the fries were amazing and the Breiftons Spiral Slicer was a breeze to work with. It also came with a nifty little brush that made cleaning a breeze! I would give both a 5 out of 5 star rating!
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