KitchenAid 7 Blade Spiralizer Plus with Peel, Core and Slice Attachment KSM2APC
KitchenAid 7 Blade Spiralizer Plus with Peel, Core and Slice Attachment KSM2APC is rated out of 5 by 482.
Reinvent classic meals and inspire your culinary creativity with fresh fruits and vegetables.
Rated 5 out of 5 by PamKS from sing pabjMost used attachment in my Kitchen I bought the 7 blade version last Christmas and it was one of the best purchases I've made for the kitchen. I've spiralized carrots, beets, yellow crooked neck squash and tons of zucchini which is our favorite go to meal. Zucchini noodles topped with Rao's Homemade Mushroom and Sausage sauce, a scoop of whole milk Ricotta and a dusting of fresh Parmesan makes a quick, satisfying and healthy dinner that we enjoy on a weekly basis. It's easy to use this attachment after the first few uses in which you figure out which side goes up and how long to cut the zucchini. There is some waste but you can either add that to the pan or throw it in the composter. I couldn't be happier with this attachment!
Date published: 2020-07-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by renride from Hard to use and wastes vegetables I bought this with a gift card and was very excited to try it as I make a lot of salads and love to make my food look good. I tried various blades on carrots, beets, and cucumbers. It did make pretty vegetables for my salad, but it made a huge mess with juice dripping all over and beet juice sprayed on my walls and counters. It was very tricky to get the vegetables onto the holder, and a lot was wasted as a large core - or as scraps that fell off while it was turning. It looks so simple to use and I'm fairly skilled in the kitchen, but I really struggled with this and then stuck it away in a drawer. It's also a bit of work to clean up. I feel I wasted money on this one.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mon from Amazing customer service!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I accidentally put the skewer to my spirializer in the garbage disposer. I contacted KitchenAid to get a replacement and they offered to send me one free of charge. Unfortunately it was back ordered, so a few weeks later I called back to see if there was an expected date of arrival, but there was no estimated date. The woman on the phone did not hesitate and offered to send me a completely new spirializer free of charge! I was absolutely amazed that this company was willing to replace the entire set for my mistake. I'm a KitchenAid customer for life!!
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by J.L.F. from Beware - flawed engineering The vegetable holder - the 2" diameter pronged black plastic part that grips the vegetable to drive it through the blade - is way too small to grip anything but the smallest zucchini. Most of the medium and larger zucchinis from your garden will strip the grip as you try to spiralize them. Also the metal cylinder that protrudes from the center blade to try and keep the vegetable centered as it turns is to short to do its job - most of the zuchinis you try to spiralize will immediately pull off center as you start - preventing you from getting long noodles, or cause the other gripped end of the zucchini to strip its grip on the short prongs.
Date published: 2020-09-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by RedRaven from It's Okay. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Once it gets things peeled it does work good as an attachment but the peeling process is less than impressive, considering that not all potatoes and other vegetables and fruits are the same size if it's not perfectly sized then it has trouble peeling or over peels in spots. So I gave it a 3-star rating because it does spiralize to an extent but the peeling process is pretty poor quality. Keep in mind majority of our appliances in our house are KitchenAid but this one was pretty disappointing
Date published: 2017-11-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rocky6 from did not work well [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Tried to make noodles with zucchini and yellow squash with no success. Forget about the mess with beets. If the vegetable is not perfect, hardily any skin is cut off. Very disappointed. I have the original metal accessories from my first Kitchen Aid purchased in 1960 and the blades are still sharp after all these years. In the 60's and 70's I canned vegetables with the big hopper and have used the little one for grinding and chopping nuts all these years. I wore out my old mixer and purchased a 5 qt so I could make bread. I love my machine and its too bad the spiralizer did not help me.
Date published: 2018-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anna Z from nifty accessory [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have used this for spiralizing zucchini and coring and slicing apples. I've only had it about a month, so not alot of time to try it out yet. The only thing keeping me from giving this 5 stars is those blasted plastic parts on it should be swapped out for metal. Metal that would hold up to the work it would get without bending it, not some flimsy tin-can type. This would be beneficial on the "pin" that holds the item to be spiralized/peeled/sliced. I'm thinking hard plastic won't hold up, a steel pin would. I'm only giving it 4 stars in the "Quality" part of the review too because of this.
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by ladyj10b from Can't adequately express my disappointment I attempted to spiralize a potato yesterday, using the peeler. The base, peeler, and blade all locked into place. Not only was the potato not peeled, the 1/4 closest to the end turned into a liquidy mush. It did not spiralize. After a few turns, even tho the blade was locked into place, the blade flew off. I took everything apart and tried again with a 2d potato; same result. Thinking to try a different vegetable, I purchased zucchini, which I cut in 1/2 to shorten. Again, it did not peel. I got a few 1/2 moon slices, not a spiral, the end turned into a liquidy mush, and the zucchini burst apart. I tried again with the 2nd half; same result. Do not purchase.
Date published: 2019-12-15