How to spiralize carrots with countertop spiralizer

To enjoy perfect carrot noodles; Spiralizing is a great way. You can also use such spiralized carrot noodles as a substitute for pasta in any recipe. To be honest, spiralized carrots look way fancier than zucchini or butternut squash noodles. Follow the steps below to get your perfect spiralized carrots with a countertop spiralizer.

end sliced carrot for spiralizing

Steps to spiralize carrots

  • Slice the ends off flatly and evenly
  • If you prefer, slice in half. Peel the carrots
  • Suction the spiralizer to the counter with clamps to secure
  • Now, Choose the blade and insert it into the spiralizer
  • Center align the flat end on the blade and press firmly
  • Spin handle clockwise to spiralize

Now You are ready to serve raw or cooked carrots noodles!

Tips on spiralizing carrots with countertop spiralizer

Before spiralizing, know the following points. You will find them helpful while spiralizing carrots.

#Choosing Carrots

Grab medium-sized carrots for easier spiralizing. Plus, a straight, medium-sized carrot is best for spiralizing.


If you want even texture with carrot noodles, peeling is important.

#Spiralizer Blade

Different spiralizers have different types of blades. Plus, attaching to kitchen worktop also varies. So, before spiralizing read the manual for instructions carefully.


If kept dry, spiralized carrots keep well in the fridge.

a) How to spiralize skinny carrots?

Answer: To spiralize skinny carrots, the blade size is important. You can apply different blades while spiralizing carrots. Depending on carrots’ size carefully select blades. Remember, Medium to larger carrots are good for spiralizing.

b) How do you Spiralize vegetables without a spiralizer?

Answer: Yes, you can spiralize vegetables without a spiralizer. And it is julienne peeler. Having a vegetable peeler like a julienne peeler on hand will make your cooking quick and easy.


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