Jamie Oliver All Purpose 3-in-1 Peeler, Includes straight blade for hard fruits and vegetables
All Purpose 3-in-1 Peeler
by Jamie Oliver
This versatile peeler comes with interchangeable vegetable, soft fruit and julienne blades. Each blade can be stored compactly in the unique storage kit so you can keep the peeler and the blades together in the drawer.
- Three interchangeable blades
- Straight blade for hard fruits and vegetables
- Soft fruit blade for tomatoes and kiwis
- Julienne blade for peeling thin strips
- Ergonomic handle for a comfortable grip
- Side scoop tool easily removes blemishes from produce
- Blade covers for safe storage
- High gloss black handle with metal inlay
- Hole for hanging
- Dishwasher safe
Use your 3-in-1 Peeler with this and other Jamie Oliver recipes:
Vegetable bhaji salad
This is a twist on the onion bhaji you get at your local curry house – great with the yoghurt dressing!
- 75 g chickpea flour
- 75 g plain flour
- 1 teaspoon ground turmeric
- 1 teaspoon ground cumin
- 1/2 teaspoon paprika or chilli powder
- 1/2 level teaspoon salt
- 1 small cucumber
- 50 ml fat-free natural yoghurt
- 1 small bunch fresh coriander, leaves chopped
- 2 lemons, 1 cut into wedges
- olive oil
- freshly ground black pepper
- 1 leek
- 2 carrots
- 3 spring onions, trimmed
- 2 red onions
- 2 fresh red chillies, deseeded and finely chopped
- 2.5 cm piece fresh ginger, peeled and finely chopped
- 150 ml vegetable oil
- mustard seeds
- 100 g arugula, washed and spun dry
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Put the flours and ground spices in a bowl and slowly pour in 250ml water. Stir with a wooden spoon or a whisk to make a bright yellow batter. Add the salt, then put to one side.
Cut the cucumber into long ribbons with the julienne blade of your 3-in-1 Peeler and keep to one side. To make the dressing, mix the yoghurt with the coriander and the juice of 1 of the lemons. Add a splash of olive oil, season, and put to one side.
Cut the leek, carrots, spring onions and red onions into thin strips with the peeler- try to get them the size of long matchsticks. Mix with the chillies and the ginger.
Pour the oil into a large non-stick frying pan and heat until very hot. Mix the vegetables, a little at a time, with some of the batter. Add a pinch of mustard seeds and scoop out a tablespoon of the coated vegetables. Press flat with the back of a fork and carefully drop into the hot oil. Repeat with the remaining vegetables - you may have to fry the bhajis in batches. Move them around a little in the hot oil (with a pair of tongs) to make sure they aren't sticking together. Fry for a minute or so on each side until crispy, then drain on kitchen paper. Place some rocket and cucumber ribbons on individual plates, drizzle with the yoghurt dressing and top with 2 or 3 bhajis. Serve with the lemon wedges.