You just got a small spiralizer, perhaps the Veggetti or Gefu, and aren’t sure what to make. You’ve come to the right place – this is the Twirly Bites home for veggetti recipes.
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Twirly Bites is entirely dedicated to spiralizing. I use the Paderno spiralizer to spiralize most of my meals, because it allows me to spiralize over 20+ fruits and veggies. But if you’re just starting out, a smaller spiralizer like the Veggetti is cost-effective and portable.
What can you spiralize with the Veggetti?
The veggetti essentially does the same thing a large spiralizer does, which is cut veggies into spiraly ribbons. The biggest difference is the limitation to what you can spiralize. The main thing to look for in choosing a Veggetti-appropriate vegetable is one that fits into it – the spiralizeable veggie must be approx 3″ or smaller in diameter. If you’re looking to upgrade from the veggetti to the full-sized spiralizer, you will be able to spiralizer more (over 20 fruits and veggies) and it is easier to use. Check out my reference on Choosing a Spiralizer where I explain the features and benefits of both styles of spiralizers.
The veggetti is compatible with size-appropriate zucchinis, carrots, parsnips, daikon radish, cucumber, potato, sweet potato, yellow squash.
What are the perks of having a Veggetti?
- spiralize fresh lunches at work!
- bring it with you on vacation!
- Easy to clean
- Quick to clean
- Takes up virtually no space