The Salad Shooters are products made to cut and shred fruits, nuts, vegetables and cheeses. The products are made by National Presto Industries. Such devices electronically sliced and cut fruits, vegetables and cheeses and are useful for making dishes such as salads, soups, pizza, tacos and desserts. According to the manufacturer, the product is easy to use and all parts can be washed in the dishwasher and are compact for easy storage. Use the product for disposable food slices directly to where you want them.
The Salad Shooter, as the name suggests, slices, shreds and throws lettuce, tomatoes, radishes and other vegetables you prefer, directly into the bowl. The device saves time and makes cleaning easier because it is not necessary to use a cutting board, grater, knife or additional bowls. There are two types: the original and the professional model. The professional model offers greater capacity and more power than the original.
The Salad Shooter short nuts, such as walnuts, almonds, cashews, macadamia and hazelnuts to create dessert toppings. Add the nuts to the product and uses the accessory cone crumbs to throw nuts hedges directly into a bowl or dessert to place tablespoons of ice cream. Caramel toppings beam using either slicer or cutter attachment. Candy bars, chocolate chips, coconut and M & Ms can be cut into pieces for a filling dessert.
Make crumbs and dried bread cubes
With the Salad Shooter, you can place a few slices of dry bread in the machine to create bread cubes. The crumbs can be thrown directly into the bowl of ingredients, but if a measure is required it is recommended that you calculate first. Graham cookies placed on the apparatus grated into fine crumbs for a pie crust. One advantage of using Salad Shooter is that you can choose different flavors of graham crackers, such as chocolate or cinnamon to add more flavor to your pies.
Instead of using traditional cheese graters, the Salad Shooter can quickly shred cheese and even works better on hard cheeses that are generally difficult to scratch. Put the cheese during two cycles of purging produces cheese powder. For soft cheeses, the manufacturer recommends placing the wedge of cheese in the freezer for an hour or two before cutting and then launch it directly on plates.