Williams-Sonoma Professional Multi-Chopper Review

The Williams-Sonoma Professional Multi-Chopper ($39.95) makes easy work of dicing and creating uniform slices of your favorite fruits and vegetables.  I discovered this handy chopper as I was seeking a quick way to prepare healthy oven baked French fries for my family.  My previous attempts at making oven fries had not turned out so well, as some slices were too thin and some were too fat causing uneven cooking throughout.  I was thrilled at how easy this device quickly turned 3 potatoes into a tray of crisp and perfectly cooked French fries. The chopper not only slices potatoes, but can also slice through tomatoes, citrus, apples, carrots, cucumbers, and onions with ease.  The device comes with three pushers and four interchangeable stainless steel blades that allow the unit to slice, dice, wedge, and core fruits and vegetables.  To use you simply load the desired attachment and matching pusher into the unit. Then with a good strong push of the spring-loaded lid, the fruit or vegetable gets cut and deposited directly into the storage container below. The lid also has a telescoping arm that allows you to accommodate larger ingredients. Cleanup could not be easier as the chopper and blades are dishwasher safe.  The chopper also comes with a handy cleanup tool that allows you to get into the small crevices to remove any remaining food from the blades and pusher before washing. Best of all, the unit is compact.  Each of the blades can be stored easily inside the container and only take up 8″ x 6″ x 7 ½” of space. (Reviewed by Meredith Fire-Hess)

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