Best Seasoning & Spice Choppers in 2020



Mandoline Slicer Spiralizer Vegetable Slicer - Vegetable Chopper Onion Chopper Food Chopper Vegetable Spiralizer Mandoline Slicer Cutter Chopper and Grater Slicer Zucchini Spaghetti Maker Zoodle Maker Review:


 I am queen of the kitchen gadgets and this is absolutely my new favorite kitchen tool!! A negative is that I did not find the directions to be detailed enough. I looked online for the video directions but I did not see this model included. It took me a little trial and error to figure it out but once I did I’m good to go. I like how easy it is to switch from the food chopper to the mandolin. however I did notice that when you’re using the mandolin the drawer pulls out from the left when you’re using the chopper the drawer pulls out from the right so I kept trying to put the top on incorrectly until I figured that out LOL. This food chopper is much easier to use and it chops consistent pieces perfect for making my chicken pies so that all the vegetables cook consistently. cleanup was easy the tools worked well and I appreciated the cut resistant gloves that were included for use with the mandolin. I wasn’t thrilled with the handheld spiralize. I found it a little difficult to use and though it did work once I figured it out, it would be very time-consuming if you wanted a large batch of vegetables. Even if I never use the spiralizer this is a value for just the chopper and mandolin and I would highly recommend purchasing this as an every day kitchen tool. if I was Oprah this would be on my favorite things show.
Photo above shows spiralized carrots shredded carrots and potatoes sliced at 1,2, and 3 level consistency
UPDATE: I have now figured out the Spiralizer...this will be good for spiralizing small quantities of food.



Fullstar Vegetable Chopper Onion Chopper Dicer - Peeler Food Chopper Salad Chopper Vegetable Cutter Vegetable Spiralizer Vegetable Slicer Zoodle Maker Lemon Squeezer Egg Separator Egg Slicer Review:


Got this today and used it for the first time... I am particularly excited for the dicing function, and that worked well.... looked through the other attachments and think there are a couple that may serve a purpose in my limited cooking. There are quite a few attachments included... and they fit into a tray... which is nice, but I wish they connected to the actual chopper somehow. I am looking forward to making some pico with this thing, I think I'll be able to dice the tomatoes well, which is always my challenge. Popped the attachment out, ran it under the water and threw it in the dishwasher. Couldn't be easier.

Be careful while cleaning...



Mueller Onion Chopper Pro Vegetable Chopper - Strongest - NO MORE TEARS 30% Heavier Duty Multi Vegetable-Fruit-Cheese-Onion Chopper-Dicer-Kitchen Cutter Review:


I have used this 3x and boy I did not expect what I did. I made a salad in record time. I had no problems cutting any of the following veggies. Occasionally on the broccoli and the carrots, the blade would come out of its socket but I was not expecting those cuts to be smooth plus I put in large pieces so I consider it user error but in either respects, I popped it back in and adjusted the size of veggies so that it could cut without hesitation.

Lettuce--no problem, I simply quartered a head of lettuce and fed it like nada.
Tomato--no problem
peppers--no problem
celery--cut it vertically and horizontally no problem
broccoli--this one gave me trouble at first, all I did was thin the top of the stalk and it sliced it way more effecitiently. I would also literally just plant the bottom of the stalk and then let the dicing continue....better than just laying it flat, actually press on it so that the blade already has a grip on it.
carrots--same thing as the broccoli, press on it so that the blade already has it in its grasps
onions--no problem
mushrooms--awesome to watch and do no problem

That's it folks, this is not a gimmick, it works. I don't know about longevity as I barely bought it a few weeks ago.



Fullstar Vegetable Chopper - Spiralizer Vegetable Slicer - Onion Chopper with Container - Pro Food Chopper - Black Slicer Dicer Cutter - 4 Blades Review:


I love my slicer. I bought it three months ago and I've used it almost every day for dicing, chopping, and making veggie noodles. First, the blades are extremely sharp. They cut through everything I put on them. I like having diced onions, jalapenos, and green peppers on hand. My chopper has made it incredibly easy to dice my cooking "trinity" on a regular basis. I usually make a pint jar of this mix twice a week. I also use the chopper to dice carrots, celery, potatoes, and tomatoes. I read that others have had problems with some versions of potato but mine has never met a potato it couldn't dice. When dicing, I slice my veggies in 1/4" slices so when I dice them they come out in nearly perfect 1/4" blocks. As the pictures show, diced veggies are cleanly cut and in a uniform size. I've used the chopping blade on fruits and veggies and this has made preparing stews and soups a snap. The picture with noodles and carrots shows my chopped carrots on top of Ditalini noodles to give a perspective on size. I've found that when chopping anything, it helps to visualize how you'll use it in the dish. For example, with thick veggies like zucchini, summer squash, parsnips, or cucumbers, I slice them about 1/2" thick and feed them through the cutting blade vertically. With thin veggies like carrots and celery, I cut them into 2"- 3" strips and cut them horizontally. The only fault I have with my chopper is the spiralizer and julienne blades. The veggie has to be thin or it won't fit into the slicer so normal sized zucchini doesn't go through very well. However, they were addons so I still give this appliance five stars. As to durability, I handwash the blades and pusher for light jobs but when I use it for multiple dicing and chopping, I break down the chopper into individual components and run them through the dishwasher. I've had no problems with mine falling apart or breaking despite frequent use.



BLACK+DECKER 1.5-Cup Electric Food Chopper, Improved Assembly, Black, HC150B Review:


There isn't anything I don't like about this chopper. This little gem chops a fair amount of vegetables without being oversized and bulky. My food processer was way to big, and other choppers have too small of a capacity. I've tried many expensive and fancy looking choppers only to land on this one. If you have had multiple hand surgeries like I have, and if you have difficulty or lack of strength while trying to perform a wide grip/twist, this will be a lifesaver in the kitchen. The bowl just lifts right off of the unit - no wide grip or twisting action required!! This is so easy to use and to clean. I can make large crocks of vegetable soup in a flash with an easy cleanup. Another awesome feature is that all you have to do is press down on the top of the lid with one finger to get it to chop. As with any chopper, the longer you hold it down, the more your vegetables will be pulverized. So I just do a quick one or two pulses, and I'm done. If your wrist and finger joints hurt, this chopper will certainly be a pleasure to use.



Chef'n VeggiChop Hand-Powered Food Chopper (Arugula) Review:


I bought this for my sister as a wedding present. I had already bought her a fantastic knife set from amazon for her bridal shower, so I just needed a small something so I didn't show up empty handed. When I asked her what she wanted for her wedding gift she said an onion chopper. She is not a cook by any sense of the word, so this thing really didn't have to be amazing for her to find it useful. I read all the reviews of several choppers as well as watched several videos. Now, please understand. My sister is a woman/child. Yes she is nearing 30 but she wants to find something fun in order to use it (even kitchen appliances). So... enter a pully thing chopper. How could that not be fun. About a week after her wedding I was at her house... I said.. Ty.. how was the chopper have you used it? She said OMG that thing is amazing!! 3 pulls and everything was chopped. She said that her (new) husband had to tell her that it was time to stop with the pulling before the onions were liquefied. The funniest part of this story is my mom had just spent the better part of an hour chopping veggies at my sisters house (before I arrived). Only to find out later that there was a miracle chopper on site. So it seems that not only is this extremely effective, it is also very fun to use. I think that the lid that comes with it for storage is a great bonus. Needless to say.. my mom is probably getting one for Christmas. LOL



LHS Vegetable Chopper,Pro Onion Chopper Slicer Dicer Cutter - Cheese & Veggie Chopper - Food Chopper Dicer with 5 Blades Review:


I was in urgent need of this chopper so when the package arrived,I used it right away as I was in midst of cooking.
Pros:
*Perfectly diced onions/tomatoes
*The pieces are uniform
*No more tears when dicing onions
*Comes with 5 different blades-2 dicers,2 graters,1 slicer.
*Blades are all different sized so they serve variety of needs.
*The blades are very sharp.
*Its made of durable material.
*It does come with a brush/cleaner to remove the stuck pieces.
*Its very easy to change blades
*The whole unit can be cleaned
*The chopper has 4 rubbers in the bottom ,so they don't move when we are using it.
*When dicing tomatoes,though they were juicy,they were diced uniformly and perfectly which can sometimes get mushy when cutting in regular fashion.
Tips:
*It would be much easier if you cut the onions into quarters if they are huge.But a regular sized onion or potato can be cut into half and diced using this chopper.
*When pressing the dicer,apply pressure on it by using your bottom of your palm and press it hard all at once.If ya do it multiple times the veggies may get stuck or softer veggies can get mushy.
*For cleaning the blades and the chopper, I put them in the running water which washed away all the stuck veggies.I felt this was easier than cleaning them with the brush that came with it(tried both).
Cons:
*We need to give good amount pressure to get the veges diced.
*Veggies do get stuck in the lid's squares which are little time consuming to clean.
*The brush that came with it is not of much use.Running water does a better job.

Over all the chopper is worth the price(for the number of attachments) and serves my purpose fantastically.
I have attached pics to show
*the different blades
*size of potatoes diced using bigger dicer
*sizes of onions & tomatoes diced using the smaller dicer.
*The lil amount of veggies(not much) stuck in the chopper.



The Original Vidalia Chop Wizard Review:


I love to cook for my family, but I am the worst onion cutter on the face of the planet. Literally. Like awful. It's embarrassing actually. In fact, I'm so ashamed of my onion cutting abilities, or lack thereof, that I've even tried to hide it from my husband of 15 years (who also loves to cook by the way) by suggesting nicely "hey, babe, ya mind cutting up that onion for me while I (insert made up excuse here)?".

My cut up onion always results in my crying. From both the onion itself (hate that!) and the always end result of my hacked up sad, ugly onion being different shapes and sizes, widths and lengths. Sort of like how no two snowflakes are the same.

Like I could teach kids their shapes with my onions. This is a square, this is a triangle, this is a rectangle, this is a circle, this is a rhombus, this is a scalene triangle, this is a polygon, this is a trapezoid.

The onion can be cut into different pretty shapes on purpose(!) for different meals. Like finely chopped into little cute cubes for tacos or your spinach dip, or medium sized cubes for your omelette, or julienne cut for sausages, or even razor blade thin circles for your salad or medium sized thickness circles for your cheeseburger. I freaking can't do any of them properly.

Our 9 year old has even picked up on my incompetent vegetable cutting skills during Taco Tuesday dinners.

But, I fear no more as I am the proud owner of the Chop Wizard. Hallelujah. I have proclaimed it to be my favorite best tool in the kitchen. My husband doesn't agree though because his chopping abilities are spectacular and his vegetables always turn out beautiful and the same size and shape and width and length.

So now I don't cry anymore while chopping my onions with my handy gadget Chop Wizard. Because #1, they are the same size and shape, width and length and #2 the fumes don't get into my eyes because this thing chops it so fast it doesn't even have enough time to waft into my face, and the catch container helps trap the fumes.

The catch container also makes it easy to just take the lid off and dump everything into your pot, pan or bowl.

I do recommend you use the larger cutter for your green, yellow, orange, and red peppers because the smaller one kind of just disintegrates the peppers.

Yes, sometimes I have to put all my might into pushing this chopper, but it's still quicker than chopping by hand for me. Also, my 9 year old always requests to chop a couple things, as he has a blast doing it.

On a side note, I do wish it came with 2 little brushes for cleaning the insert discs... kind of like a mascara brush style... one for the little insert disc and a little bit thicker one to clean larger insert disc. The plastic comb that comes with it cleans the top plastic lid of the chopper wonderfully and easily in my opinion, but the actual cleaning of the metal choppers can be a pain sometimes. Two brushes would help immensely with those or maybe a brush could be attached to the other end of the plastic comb cleaner or something. But to me it's worth the extra time and some hassle washing them because I have some good looking professionally cut veggies, and totally looks like I belong on Top Chef.

And yes, this product will break if you put too big of a piece in there and slam it down unevenly. I sadly broke the lid doing just this. But I do use this so often that I've definitely got my money's worth out of it, and it's worth it to me to just purchase another one.



Prepworks by Progressive Dice and Slice Chopper, 3 Interchangeable Blades, Veggie Chopper, Fruit Chopper, Onion Chopper, Non-Skid Base Review:


I previously gave a 2-star review, based on the preceding round model. I looked around for a better brand and discovered they were hard to find. Consequently I decided to give the current model a try and hope they had fixed their problems. I am happy to report that the latest model, the one this report is for, has indeed made a lot of progress. Based on limited initial use I am *much* happier with this new improved model.

* There are several improvements I have noticed: the top stays on better, the two halves stay together better, the new shape is easier to grip forcefully, and the actual chopper works better.

* The previous model handled soft nuts (e.g. walnuts) OK but was, IMHO, a failure with hard nuts such as almonds. The current model handles them. They take a bit of force, but it is workable and the device can handle them. I think part of the reason is that the chopper is better. I know that part of the reason is the crank handle is longer, allowing better leverage. The new shape allows gripping the device more forcefully so that the force needed to chop almonds does not cause the device to separate in the middle. That separation used to be one of the biggest frustrations; it seems to no longer be an issue.

* The nuts seem to get chopped more evenly with the new design. it helps that the chopping blades are a bit longer, more nearly the length of the slots they go through. That means fewer nut pieces evade the blades -- always a hassle to get the last few bit chopped, but less of a hassle now than it used to be. Still do get a mix of nut chunks and nut powder, but more of it is chunks now, and the chunks are more even than they used to be.

* The top now has a gasket, which helps it stay on. Situations where the old top would come off and, frustratingly, spill the nuts are much less common. The new top just stays on better.

Now let's hope that the initial favorable impression holds up over time, as I use it more.



Nutrichopper with Fresh-keeping container - Chops, Slices, Cubes, Wedges – Multi-purpose Food Chopper with Stainless Steel Blades As Seen On TV Review:


These products are Christmas presents for the my daughters and daughter-in-laws. As you can see I am unable to tell you if everything is there as I have no intention of opening any of them. If there is a problem you will have to wait until after Christmas. If you stand by your product, which I am sure that you do and if there is any problems, the girls will let you know then. They look great. Happy Holiday!!! Have added 5 stars only because it will not allow me to submit my review. As I said, can not comment until they are used.