Things like chopping, slicing, and dicing often turn out best when done by handy dandy little gadgets. (That is unless you’re highly skilled with a knife and have a little extra time on your hands.)
Besides, it’s great being able to core, slice, and dice all in one quick motion — especially when it always results in just the perfectly formed ring of pineapple or equally divided apple segments, right?
The Slap Chop is just one kitchen chopping gadget among many.
Truth be told, it doesn’t rate nearly as highly as the following food choppers do…
One or more of these may be just what you need to put that professional touch to your next gourmet dinner!
- Vacu Vin Pineapple Slicer
- Kuhn Rikon Corn Zipper
- Calphalon Easy Grip Apple Divider
- Progressive 5-in-1 Egg Slicer
- Chef’n VeggiChop
- Pampered Chef Julienne Peeler
- Progressive Fruit & Vegetable Chopper
- Oxo Good Grips Handheld Mandoline Chopper
- De Buyer Mandoline
So, what do you think? Have you tried any of them? Do you agree that they’re the best must-have food choppers?
If nothing else, this list is a great place to start when if you want to save some time when researching kitchen choppers.
Plus, the (mostly positive) reviews which accompany each of the choppers mentioned above will prove helpful when you’re studying the pros and cons of various types of choppers and the types of foods they work best with.
Of course, those aren’t the only food choppers worth considering. Here are some tips for choosing a new kitchen food chopper:
Perhaps you’ve tried similar chopping gadgets by other manufacturers. If you have a favorite food chopper, please share with everyone in the comments below.
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