If you have a mandolin, there are a number of amazing things that you can create to eat. We used our Zyliss smart guard gourmet mandolin and came up with these fantastic foods.
You never have to worry about seeing your alarm clock for early in the morning in order to have a delicious fruit feast for breakfast. A mandolin makes light work of any fruit prep, so your sleep will be sweeter and slaving over a fruit salad will be a thing of the past. Think about putting together a fruit salad to go with honeycomb ice cream for a unique treat.
Putting together a classic salad, such a the Waldorf, does not have to b a lengthy process of sitting and finely julienning your ingredients. When you have a mandolin, you will have a winning salad that gets sliced up in just minutes. Get ready for a trip down memory lane!
Cheese Board Spreads
A cheese board and some wine, along with some crackers and fruit, can be a wonderful smorgasbord of success while you are entertaining friends. Mandolins will give you the ability to produce nice, even slices. Nobody will ever be fighting over who gets the thickest cuts.
Coleslaw combinations are not always just reserved for bratwurst parties and German-themed dinner parties. You can put together any fusion of your favorite cabbages and other ingredients for a winning side dish. Everything gets easily crimped and sliced with amazing blades from your mandolin. Think of trying something different such as an Asian coleslaw.
Mozzarella, Basil And Tomato Sandwich
This is a flavor match that is made in true Italian heaven. You can take this amazing Caprese classic and put it into a sandwich once it is all sliced up to perfection.
There is something rather satisfying about biting into and crunching your way through a tasty bags of crisps. Using a mandolin, you can slice up the veggies in a uniform manner and have them put into a light oil for frying to create incredible treats that make a healthy alternative to store bought potato chips.
Sliced, Caramelized Onions For Burgers
There are not many people who like to slice onions by hand. Instead of onions making you cry when you tackle them, reach for a mandolin and get the job done in a timely fashion. You can then use the raw slices on your burgers and sandwiches, or easily caramelize them without the hassle.
Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi is the founder of this blog where she shares her parenting and lifestyle experiences. She is an engineer and a trainer who works in the construction industry. She is the founder of Sihela Consultants.(www.sihelaconsultants.com)