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Spiralizer Attachment Blade Chart

KitchenAid Spiralizer Blade Chart

NOTE: Cut the ends off food items to ensure that the food will properly fit on the Spiralizer, and to create flat surfaces for best spiralizing, slicing, and coring results. Food should be 1.5-3.75 inches (3.81-9.5 cm) in diameter and no longer than 5.5 inches (14 cm). This step also ensures proper placement onto the fruit and vegetable skewer.
When beginning to cut, start at the “Stir” speed, then adjust to the recommended speed for your Blade listed in the chart.

ICON USE THESE PARTS WITH THESE PARTS SUGGESTED FOODS SPEED

EXTRA FINE SPIRALIZING BLADE

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE  SKEWER and OPTIONAL PEELING BLADE

ZUCCHINI 
SWEET POTATO 
BEET
2

FINE SPIRALIZING BLADE

ZUCCHINI 
SWEET POTATO 
BEET
4

MEDIUM SPIRALIZING BLADE

ZUCCHINI 
SWEET POTATO 
POTATO 
6

THIN SLICING BLADE (SMALL CORE)

ZUCCHINI
POTATO 
CUCUMBER
2

SLICING BLADE (SMALL CORE)

ZUCCHINI
BEET
4

SLICING BLADE (LARGE CORE)

APPLE
PEAR
6

PEELING BLADE

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE  SKEWER

POTATO
APPLE
4

Additional Blade Information

Extra Fine Blade: creates a 2 mm x 3 mm strand, similar to angel hair noodles.

Fine Blade: creates a 4 mm x 4 mm strand, similar to spaghetti.

Medium Blade: creates a 4 mm x 6 mm strand for quick and easy potatoes and zucchini in casseroles in soups.

Thin Blade (small core): for a 2 mm ribbon-style result to make extra-thin slices for salads and other garnishes.

Slicing Blade (small core): for a 4 mm ribbon-style result with fresh fruits and vegetables with little to no cores, such as zucchini.

Slicing Blade (large core): for a 4mm ribbon-style result with fresh fruits and vegetables with larger cores, such as apples.

Peeling Blade: can be used independently or in combination with spiralizing or spiral slicing blades.

 

 

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