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Microplane Pro Straight Peeler Product Description
Designed elegantly and balanced for peeling soft fruit, the Microplane Professional Serrated Peeler has an elegant and balanced design. Simply place the stainless-steel blade on the ingredient and gently peel, the skin will come right off eliminating the need for blanching. Each blade offers an exceptional level of precision and precision, and is swiveling up to 30 degrees for cutting and shaping fruit and vegetables.
- Its ultra sharp bidirectional stainless steel blade can be swiveled 30 degrees, making peeling a breeze.
- Soft-skinned fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes, kiwis, mangos, peppers, peaches, and many more can be easily peeled with this machine.
- In comparison with other brands, Microplane Professional Serrated Peeler comes with an ergonomic soft touch handle, making it easier to use.
- There is an integrated scoop on the tip of the professional peeler which can be used to remove potato eyes and tubers. In addition to removing bruises from fruits and vegetables, the scoop can also be used to soak up juices.
- Stainless steel Microplane Professional Serrated Peeler can be placed in the dishwasher for easy cleanup.
Selected User Reviews For Microplane Pro Straight Peeler
Definitely one of the best peelers out there! It was time for a new peeler after our old faithful broke (5/5)
This and the other one are on their way to me The serrated version of this article. It is hard to choose between the two. Since the blade is so sharp, it's vital you have a comfortable, secure grip on the handle. My previous experience with this tool was peeling a very ripe mango with it. It caused no damage to the fruit and cut the thick skin perfectly. Although this peeler is more expensive than other peelers, it is well worth it. Holding it in your hand, you can immediately tell the quality is excellent, which makes sense in a society that emphasizes the cheapest deal at the lowest price. I fully anticipate it will last for many years to come.
Ashton Mullins - 21/02/2021