OXO Good Grips Handheld Spiralizer Review
If you want a spiralizer but you’re not ready to commit to a tabletop option, this is the best handheld model we tested. This is also a nifty, inexpensive tool for single chefs who usually cook for themselves.
The major drawback of any handheld spiralizer is that your hands and wrists can only take so much twisting before fatigue sets in and you start to forget why you wanted zucchini pasta in the first place. So your output is limited by your own willpower and endurance.
The OXO handheld spiralizer was the model least likely to spiralize your fingers. The detachable handle can be used to push the last bit of zucchini through the blade, leaving behind minimal waste. You’re limited in terms of what you can spiralize by the circumference of the tool, but if you’re looking to spiralize low quantities of veggies like cucumbers and carrots, this is the perfect option.
To get you inspired, here are two delicious recipes: Gluten Free Chicken Parmesan With Zucchini Noodles and Blackened Tilapia with Chayote-Mango Pasta Salad. And don’t miss a great article about spiralizing with tips and recipes, all from our friends at Chowhound.