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Ontel Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Cutter, Makes Veggie Pasta
JUST TWIST This vegetable slicer by Veggetti instantly turns your favorite vegetables into noodles in order to make delicious pasta without the carbs!SPIRALIZE VEGETABLES Versatile kitchen tool makes vegetable spaghetti stir fry & more Great for zucchini noodles spaghetti squash carrots cucumbers & other vegetablesSTAINLESS STEEL VEGETABLE SLICER The spiral slicer for vegetables has dual stainless steel cutting blades for thick or thin strands of pasta Hand washAS SEEN ON TV Ontel Products are composed of many individual brands each serving customers in different ways Try a variety of products from some of our brands like Pillow Pets Miracle Socks Iron Gym Miracle Bamboo Cushion Dream Tents & moreINNOVATIVE WITH ONTEL Since 1994 we’ve been developing marketing & distributing some of the most innovative consumer products on the market From toys to fitness equipment & household items we love bringing new ideas into the world
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54 Reddit comments about Ontel Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Cutter, Makes Veggie Pasta:

u/a_retired_lady · 14 pointsr/ketorecipes

I bought a Vegetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer (it's like 1/3 the cost of a spiralizer, and takes up 1/8th the space). I use this wonderful device almost every day. It really helps fulfill that pasta craving, and you can experiment with fun sauces to put on the noodles. You can make a quick lunch by sautéing some meat and veggies, toss the noodles in and you're done.

My advice (especially for soupy recipes like the chicken noodle soup), is to put the noodles in just before you serve. They will stay firm that way. Otherwise the noodles will continually cook down and get more mushy.

Also, make sure you cut the noodles to a manageable size. Otherwise it will just make one giant, 10' long noodle... which is weird and annoying.

u/friedchicken123 · 9 pointsr/1200isplenty

I have a Vegetti that's about 3 months old. I've only used it 5 times with zucchini but it's turned out great. I'm looking forward to using it more often.

My favorite dish is sautee 1 spiralized zucchini in a little oil, then add one of the Laughing Cow wedges in the pan and smush it in until it melds together with the zucchini pasta. It tastes awesome.

u/lotuspotus · 8 pointsr/xxfitness

Cheerios crusted chicken parm!

Turned out to be quite good with zucchini pasta and tomato sauce.

I got a Veggetti to make the pasta and it worked really well.

u/Ceadol · 8 pointsr/ketorecipes

If they like Pasta so much, try making some Zucchini noodles. They taste great with most of the sauces that go on normal pasta. I personally love making keto Alfredo sauce for mine. And for $11, The Veggetti is an awesome little tool for making them.

They cook up in a few minutes in some butter and taste fantastic. So you can make it for yourself and still share in the "pasta" with the rest of the house. Plus, if they're vegetarians too, maybe you'll turn them on to something new.

u/ByeByeFattie · 7 pointsr/keto

It's great to know the little replacements you can make to kind of make-up for the missing carbs. These aren't so much romantic as they are practical:

  • Spiralized zucchini instead of pasta. If you sautee it in butter or olive oil, it's really just as good!
  • Cauliflower: rice it! mash it! roast it! I've only been ketoing for 2 months, and I couldn't care less about rice and potatoes any more!
  • Crisp, sliced veggies, like cukes and celery for dipping instead of crackers or chips. Or, you can get fancy and make crackers using cheese, or crisp up some pepperoni! I've also been known to eat guacamole with just a spoon ;-)

    The more you make full, satisfying meals without carbs, the more normal it will start to feel. It used to be Meat, Vegetable, Starch on our plates, and it felt weird to have a plate of Meat, Vegetable, Vegetable, or Meat, Meat, Vegetable or (my personal favorite) Meat, Cheese, Meat. But now, it's completely second nature!
u/[deleted] · 6 pointsr/ketorecipes

Spicy Chinese-Style Zucchini Noodles

I am Chinese, and I was looking for a Chinese-style zucchini noodle recipe. However, the ones I found all involved peanut sauce, which wasn't exactly what I wanted. So I came up with this fairly straightforward zucchini noodle stir fry with a little scrambled egg, sriracha, sesame oil, and soy sauce. Tastes like Chinese noodles!

  • Spiralize 2 zucchini (I use a Veggetti), and cut into 8-inch lengths. Place noodles in a colander suspended over a large bowl. Mix 1 t of salt to the noodles using your hands. Let sit for 30 minutes to drain some of the water out (makes the final dish more al dente and less soggy).

  • Beat 1 egg in a small bowl with some salt and pepper. In another small bowl, mix together 1 t of toasted sesame oil, 1 t of soy sauce, and 1 t of sriracha.

  • Heat a nonstick pan with 1 T of fat of your choice. Add the beaten egg and scramble, using a spatula to cut the egg into small pieces. Add the zucchini noodles, and stir fry for 1 min. Add the sesame oil/soy sauce/sriracha mixure, and stir fry for another minute.

    Serves about 2, depending on your appetite.
u/regan9109 · 5 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

So I'm on mobile and don't know how to link! I used a Vegetti and bought it at Bed Bath and Beyond for like $15 I think!

u/natedm · 5 pointsr/Paleo

I bought on of these. I love it.

u/jwcolour · 5 pointsr/videos

I have the Veggetti, pretty much the same thing. Bought just on pure impulse at the grocery store and was pleasantly surprised at how well it works, but you do kind of have to give a tiny bit of muscle to put downward pressure on the veggie into the device while turning. I can see how it'd be hard to film without an overhead view.

In any case, I recommend having one of these type of devices.

Here's the Veggetti:

u/fukitol- · 5 pointsr/Paleo

I have this thing called a Vegetti that is excellent for making zucchini/squash pasta.

u/aspbergerinparadise · 5 pointsr/Cooking

really? I have one like this and it works well:

never used it for carrots though

u/Spingirl13 · 4 pointsr/fitmeals

Use a vegetti for the zucchini noodles! Super easy to use.

u/the_girl · 4 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

i bought one last year and use it constantly! it's great!

edit: just noticed that OP linked you to a kindof big and expensive one. I got the lil cheap one and it works for me:

u/legogirl · 3 pointsr/Paleo

I don't know what your budget is, but maybe a spiralizer -- super fun cooking. If your budget is smaller, there are these. I have one, and it works okay.

u/futurestartsslow · 3 pointsr/santashelpers

I have heard many positive things about the Veggetti.

u/simiangeek · 3 pointsr/Paleo

Yes, I did buy the Vegetti, and I can attest that it does work well. Yes, you do end up with a bit of a nub at the end; however, I just cut that up and throw it in.

On another note, thank you @tbaumandsauce for the hint on salting and squeezing the noodles. I've just been cooking the excess liquid off currently.

u/pizzamarie · 3 pointsr/loseit

Seconding zucchini or squash noodles. We got a Veggitti a few months ago and its been a life saver as far as pasta cravings are concerned.

u/M0TIVATE · 3 pointsr/loseit

I think there are other ways to make them, and you can also get a smaller handheld version instead of the bulkier countertop one. I'll try to remember to link it when I get home…on mobile right now.

Edit: Link to the smaller handheld spiralizer. Notably cheaper than the Veggetti Pro, fits into a kitchen drawer, but kind of a pain in the arse to clean. I've found them on Amazon and at Walmart stores. :)

u/squeezylemon · 3 pointsr/loseit

Other kitchen stuff might be good, too.

Specifically: spiralizers. I have both a big one and a the baby version. Zoodles are not a pasta replacement for me, but rather the best way to eat zucchini and also to bulk up a meal for verrrrrry few calories. The baby is great for portability (I've taken it to the office and friends' houses) but a pain in the ass to clean and not great if you're spiralizing either a large quantity or anything that is not zucchini size/shape/textured. The big one has three blades, works very well with different veggies, and is so much easier to clean, but it doesn't have a small footprint.

u/schweitzer9 · 3 pointsr/keto

You're going to laugh at how easy it was! I'm making it again tonight.

u/umichscoots · 3 pointsr/fitmeals

Is this what you bought?

I've been wanting one for a while now... Anyone know is any work ebtter than others?

u/DirectiveNineteen · 3 pointsr/OkCupid

Directions unclear, made dick noodles.

u/SlowBillyBullies · 2 pointsr/AmateurFoodPorn

Have you tried zoodles yet? I've actually switched from spaghetti squash to zoodles because they have more bite. I just spiralize a few zucchinis with my vegetti. There are other veggie spiralizers out there as well. If spaghetti squash isn't working out for you, this could be a good option.

u/starrywonders · 2 pointsr/keto

My favorites are my slow cooker and my spiral veggie slicer.

u/CountryGirlInHerFORD · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

A couple basic ideas:

You can find recipes for mashed cauliflower that tastes like mashed potatoes. You can also rice it and use it as rice.

When I make hamburgers, I mix shredded zucchini in the ground beef (at a 1:1 ratio) when making patties and then season. It cooks up juicy and you can't taste the zucchini (kid and man approved).

You can also spiralize veggies like squash, zucchini, and carrot and saute to make a "pasta." You can use the name brand Vegetti or a basic julienne slicer.

u/metallicabrainchild · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

Ill put raw shredded cabbage into hot broth. The heat of the broth wilts the "noodles" ah bit. Zoodles work very well too. This helps with zoodles a lot! you can also get it a store that have as seen areas like Walmart. There are also noodles out there called
Nasoya Pasta Zero Plus usually in the fridge section of grocery store by the tofu. I have never used them but i like the may match the mouth feel of the noodles in Pho.

EDIT: Not sure if this will be seen but thought i'd add it any way. I recently made chicken noodle soup using cabbage instead of noodles and I was shocked at how much the cabbage mimicked noodles and tasted like campbells.

u/nedragb · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

I use this one:

It works extremely well for squash and zucchini. It was $6 at TJ Maxx but they have them at Amazon, Target, pretty much anywhere!

u/andpass · 2 pointsr/grainfree

Zucchini noodles made with a spiralizer like this one:

If you google zoodles recipes, you will find a couple methods. This is the one i use:

I don't mind the al dente texture so i dont cook them further like the recipe suggests. I just sauce them and serve.

u/biotechdj · 2 pointsr/keto

Veggetti and zucchini. Saute 4-6 min in fat of choice. Can't even tell I'm not eating pasta!

u/flylikeapigeon · 2 pointsr/vegan

In a kitchen gadget I like compact (takes up less space) and minimal moving parts (less to go wrong, easier to clean). For that reason I love this simple one!

It may not work on as many vegetables as the more expensive ones, but if the main goal is zucchini/squash noodles, it's the way to go

u/mouseptato · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

For something different and fun, try zucchini and a spiralizer. I use this simple one; it's like sharpening a pencil:

It goes great with stir fry.

u/uninvitedthirteenth · 2 pointsr/90daysgoal

I definitely take recovery from weight lifting. I've never gotten into it enough to get past the "OMG I'm so sore I can't walk for two days!" part of it. But I miss running enough to feel like I need recovery from it...

Yesterday - good. Solid 13 hour work day, but still made zucchini spaghetti for dinner (Get a Veggetti seriously guys).

Today - Have to leave work at lunchtime-ish so that I can go to a witness meeting in the afternoon. Hopefully will pick up my car from the shop on the way home, maybe stop at the store? I am hoping to be home earlier than usual and maybe go to the gym before dinner, and then probably work at home later.

u/aikodude · 2 pointsr/ketorage

anyone own this? is it worth it? what do you make with it? recipes?

u/thefreeze1 · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Vegetti is where it's at

I just got one the other day and I'm in love with it.

u/kbeherec · 1 pointr/1200isplenty

> The mandolin was a bit of a pain, but not so much that I'll spring for a spiralizer.

I was also hesitant to buy a spiralizer. I used my mandolin for a long time. Now, I love my Veggetti. Only $12 on Amazon!

u/COVELDOM · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You need this:
It slices up vegetables like noodles for a much healthier meal. You're a year younger, Pixel!

u/IzzaSecret2Everybody · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Get a Vagetti and Pesto sauce packets and make Zuchini/Squash noodles with pesto sauce & sauteed chicken.

u/Luxray · 1 pointr/fatlogic

I do this! I use this one. You don't even have to cook the "noodles" if you don't mind them being crunchy. If you want them softer, you can boil them for a few minutes.

u/jbisinla · 1 pointr/Wet_Shavers

Found a place on ebay that sells Victorinox Swiss Army Knives with factory scales in custom colors. Got an Explorer Plus in Hunter Green. Could not be more pleased with it.

Also, for those of you that are trying to lose weight for the new year, buy a Veggetti IMMEDIATELY! This is the best $15 investment you can make in trying to cut carbs out of the diet, as it actually turns zucchini into delicious veggie pasta.

(A Ninja blender was also well worth the investment for me, but not all of you are living off of protein shakes at the moment, so it might be overkill.)

u/BertMecklinFBI · 1 pointr/videos

Feel free to disagree but in my opinion it is an awful gadget for a home cook. Space consuming, hard to clean and not very much advantage compaired to other things.
I have this and it works perfectly for most vegetables (eggplants, zucchini...)

u/tsdguy · 1 pointr/AskCulinary

Here's one I got for my daughter - sorry it's an as seen on TV product which I picked up at Wegmans for $12 -

Turned out to work great. Not sure the average cook needs any of the fancy expensive once. Especially if you only do zucchini which is pretty soft. Maybe harder veg like carrots might need a better quality gadget.

u/PKViking · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Easy one here...
Purchase a Veggetti spiral vegetable slicer or something like it and some zucchini's. Wash everything first then use the veggetti to make vegetable spaghetti basically. Just make sure you dry off the "Spaghetti" really well as it tends to hold lots of moisture in my experience. Then i honestly just drench mine with a meaty tomato sauce. Its sooo good and you dont even notice its not real spaghetti when its drenched in sauce.

The other thing my wife and I just experimented with this week was "Collard Green Enchiladas". Basically find a great enchilada recipe and sub out the flour wrap with some fresh whole collard green leaves. Again the key here is to keep things saucey and cheesy and you wont even really be able to tell your eating green vegetables.

u/Decsolst · 1 pointr/vegan
u/Zenigod · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Got this spiral slicer, it’s amazing for zucchini noodles. Ontel Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer, Makes Veggie Pasta

u/deadbeatbaby · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ok..idk if our description of cool is the same, BUT, I am obsessed with my VEGGETI! I just got one and I can't stop using it.

u/Windadct · 1 pointr/fitmeals

IN our house we call it the Vagetty

Other than that Cauliflower is pretty workable in a lot of recipies - and baked Sweet Potato fries are pretty good - but still a starch.

u/findingtheweigh · 1 pointr/fitmeals

There's something called a Vegetti that is a smaller spiralizer (the size of a peeler). I have the bigger spiralizer but i know people that swear by the vegetti. A peeler works too though. Just thought I'd share =)

u/alexseiji · 1 pointr/loseit

Love it! I make ramen, pho, pasta, anything with it. Its nice to have a fully satisfying meal with no real hit to carbs or cals. Another things i use more for pasta is called the Vegetti. I use cucumbers and squash as a noodle substitute. Cooke on high in light olive oil in a pan and cook one side for 3-5 minutes or until slightly crisp and then flip like a pancake and do the other side. I usually add sauce at this point to heat it up.*Version*=1&*entries*=0

u/bnlite · 1 pointr/keto

The Vegetti has a handheld version, if you wanted to try it. It's the one I have:

u/krunnky · 1 pointr/keto

I've had them and they are okay.

I prefer to spiral-slice squash with one of these for all of my pasta texture needs.

u/vonnegoat · 1 pointr/ROKCFIT

You can also prepare zoodles cheaply and easily using a handheld device like this one or make spaghetti squash which is my favorite substitution!