Things to do with a mandoline from Tasting Table


#1

I don’t use mine nearly enough but having had one for a few years now I can’t imagine not having it. Lately we’ve been making pizzas and I love getting super thin slices of all manner of things. And there are prices that are super low - look at Target. Just an fyi.


#2

We use our Benriner so often that we bought a second, wider one. We also have a proper mandoline:

http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/michel-bras-mandoline/?pkey=cmandolines-slicers|mandolines&isx=0.0.912

It’s worth having one to julienne celery root to make céleri rémoulade or to cut french fries.

We also have a mouli-julienne, but that doesn’t do as good a job.


#3

I’m with you cath. I don’t use it often, but for those few things I can’t imagine not having it.


#4

[quote=“robert, post:2, topic:5426”]
We use our Benriner so often that we bought a second, wider one. We also have a proper mandoline:
[/quote]Once again, look at you! Awesome.


#5

Radish coins for avocado toast.