PHOENIX - How would you like to turn whole vegetables into your favorite meal in seconds and with just a press of a button? Well, it's possible. At least that's the claim of the Veggetti Power. It's an electric vegetable spiralizer.
So we tried to make some masterpieces!
It comes with four blades to make everything from thin and thick pasta strands to onion rings and even potato chips. We tried potatoes, zucchini, and spaghetti squash.
The instructions are simple. Choose your blade, turn it on, cut the ends of your food and push. Be sure the feeder is locked, or it won't turn on.
First up, the zucchini. It easily spiralized right into the container. So far so good.
Then we sliced some potatoes.
Then a spaghetti squash. Hold up. Didn't work.
We even removed the skin, but the Veggetti just would not cater to the squash. We found the cross blade seemed to make things harder; it turned it into almost a drill instead of a stabilizer.
We paid $39.99 for the Veggetti Power at Target. So how does it rank on our bull no bull meter? I'm going with no bull. Although it didn't work for our squash, it consistently worked well for everything else we tested.