Friday, July 25, 2014

Williams- Sonoma Professional Multi Chopper & Baked Parmesan Zucchini Sticks

When I saw this recipe from the "Damn Delicious" blog, I thought I'd give it a try.  It would be the first time I used this multi chopper and I wasn't disappointed in it's performance.

I first saw this multi chopper being used by Rae Drummond, a/k/a Pioneer Woman. I quickly did a search to see if I could find it.  There were similar ones on other sites, but the exact one was on the Williams-Sonoma site. Here is a link to the product:  http://tinyurl.com/m4ykaju  I wasn't in a hurry to get it, so I waited for it to go on sale and with free shipping.  

I do have other choppers, but what makes this one different is that you can lift the top part up high enough to put in larger pieces of your potato or vegetables.

I followed the recipe pretty much exactly. Where I varried, is that I put all the seasoning ingredients into a zip lock bag, then added the zucchini sticks; shake it up, took them out and put them on the cooling rack. 
The other tip I would suggest, is to line the cookie sheet with foil.

 Here is the Baked Parmesan Zucchini recipe:
 http://damndelicious.net/2014/06/21/baked-parmesan-zucchini/












2 comments:

  1. Hey, this recipe seems to be very difficult to make. But it’s really interesting to try out such recipes. Isn’t it? I also try cooking different food from online cooking recipes. I enjoy that a lot!

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    1. Hi Cris, Unless you have to cut each zucchini by hand, the recipe isn't all that difficult and pretty easy clean up when you use throw away zip bags and foil lined cookie sheet. Hope you give it a try!

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