After months of having this sit in the box I finally broke out the Epicure Mandoline. I have to admit I was scared by it and the idea of slicing my own hand open. (No I was okay, no spoilers).
The Epicure 4-in-1 Mandoline has 4 different attachments that slices and dices. It comes with instructions and there is a video from Epicure head office you can watch too. Usually, I would make my own, but with small little children around me who like to touch things. Making a video about things that slice and dice didn’t seem like a great idea! I also like that once you get the hang of it is much easier and faster than doing it on your own.
I had the largest bag of potatoes I had ever seen and got to work. I tried two different attachments to make potatoes. These ones I tried to make like chips.
Then these ones I tried to make into little fries in case my youngest daughter Ella decided to hate on the potatoes above. Funny enough she was like what is this? Then ate the ones below. I put the fries/potato into the oven with some olive oil and used Rosemary Garlic Seasoning. It went on the Bake and Roll and a sheet pan. I also tried it on a cast iron pan and it got super crispy that way.
I think this would be a great tool for so many different things. Vegetables, tomatoes, potatoes, and more. I also like that things are even so the thing would cook easily.
The blades are very sharp and it comes with a hand guard.
The Epicure Mandolin is available in the USA and Canada.
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