Tornado potato! That's potato chips on a stick. With this machine, you can easily make them. It is fun and easy. Just make sure you have nice circular and uniformed shaped potatoes to start with.
Actually worked out better than I thought. I do kitchen duty every once and a while for Cub Scout cabin camping and brought this along (skewers are cheaper at your local Asian grocery) and the kids were thrilled with the potato spirals. Incredible amounts of ketchup used though.
bought this after my teenage son saw it and wanted to try it. I must say I'm glad I didn't pay more.While it works as shown I must have the worst luck with potatoes. I used Idahos. I cut them up with the slicer but the taters themselves didnt want to stay put on the metal rods for frying. I ended up laying them on a sheet and baking them. Other than needing to cook a bit longer than I did they actually were raved on my my boys. I do wish they had come with more metal rods but I shall adapt. :)
Works very well. Used it at a festival where I was selling fried tornado potatoes and it held up very well.
This is a clever device that is working great for me. I know it is designed for frying potatoes but I am using it for baking.
We tried several vegetable twister machines before we found the one that worked on potatoes and this is it! Slices the potatoes with ease. I would highly recommend this product to others.
Finally! A hand-crack spiral potato cutter that works without breaking!