Commercial French fry cutter

Everyone loves French fries. That’s mostly because they can be found anywhere in the world and they’re really easy to make, especially if you have a gadget like this one. Meet the commercial French fry cutter from Chefs Catalog. This machinery will definitely make your job easier by basically doing all the work.

All you have to do is position the potato, pull the lever and you get fresh French fries. With very little effort you can enjoy delicious meals at home. The commercial French fry cutter is a great acquisition for both industrial use and personal use, at home. We all know it’s not that easy to make French fries. The most difficult part is cutting the potato. You have to make sure the slices are thin and equal. That’s the part that usually goes wrong. Thanks to the French fry cutter, this will no longer be a problem.

You can now concentrate on cooking, without spending time cutting the potatoes. It only takes a second to do that. I find this piece a very useful and practical addition to any kitchen. It’s made of heavy-duty cast-iron construction and a carbon steel frame that’s built to last. A non-slip silicone bowl and suction-cup feet create a steady base for this lean, mean machine. Two industrial vertical blades are removable for easy cleaning, and cut perfect 1/3- or 1/2–inch fries every time. The piece is available for $99.99.

Published by in Appliances, on July 11th, 2011


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