Vidalia Chop Wizard Review

Vidalia Chop Wizard Review + Giveaway

As I have mentioned many times, we are going through a metamorphosis in our house that involves more home cooking and less eating out.

Ever since I started this blog I have loved not only trying new things, but also using my new-found tools and skills to cook at home. The most amazing thing is that we have discovered that we love our own home cooking better than most restaurants.

The biggest problem that I have as an amateur home chef is consistency in my cuts, and thus this affects the consistency of heating. When I received an email about the Vidalia Chop Wizard I began to think that this is the way I can finally gain that consistency I am needing in my home cooking.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of 5wPR/Vidalia Chop Wizard. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a Vidalia Chop Wizard to assist in my cooking endeavors.

The Vidalia Chop Wizard chops or dices in one swift motion and includes 2 chopping blade’s with a built in storage. Also included is a lid cleaning tool. With the Chop Wizard you can easily do the following –

  • Chopped veggies and fruit are sent cleanly and easily into the clear compartment beneath the blade
  • It is able to stand it on its side, and it works as a measuring cup with indicators for up to 2 cups
  • It is also dishwasher safe

As regular reader will know, we are getting into our own home cooking so having a tool that gives us even cuts, seems to be helping with even cooking.

Also included is a tool that assists in cleaning the upper squares, although I did not see a lot of food getting stuck – I cut onions and a pepper with ease and no issues.

I am always a bit weary of items that are typically shown on late night television infomercials, but this item really surprised me from the quality of the parts to the thought put in to making this also a storage device.

I can tell you that this has been added to our food making collection, and makes it easy to enlist help when dicing. This would be great for younger chefs, before they have knife skills, by enabling them to have even cuts which makes for even cooking. Honestly, I am planning on getting my older family members one of these, since it makes cutting and dicing easy. I also love that there are two sizes of squares and took little to no effort to cut.

If you are looking for a easy time saving food preparation device, theย Vidalia Chop Wizard is what you have been looking for.


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61 thoughts on “Vidalia Chop Wizard Review

  1. Jeanne Coulombe

    my tip is when boiling hard boiled eggs when done drain hot water toss eggs in pan then run cold water over eggs the shell just falls right off quick and easy.

  2. mycraftingworld

    I cook in batches. I only take a little more time to make a second batch of food and freeze it. then I have a slow cooker meal in no time with little to no effort.

  3. Melissa Storms

    I have kitchen shears, one for meat and one for veggies. I find that using them for peppers is faster than using a knife.

  4. Dana MATTHEWS

    My favorite time saving tip in the kitchen is to cut up vegetables, separate meats and plan ahead for meals on shopping day.

  5. Darcy L Koch

    I like to take one day and cook or bake my evening meal for the coming week. I simply pull something from the freezer and reheat.

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  7. Calvin F.

    My tip is to clean while you cook, just some spare time like waiting for the water to boil you can wipe the table, throw out the scraps, or clean dishes. Saves time!

  8. Julie Bickham

    I get everything prepared like a hour or so before cooking. So when it’s time to cook everything is cleaned and chopped and measured.

  9. Debbie Welchert

    The only time saving tip I can think of is if you can have your spouse help. My husband does the cooking part and I do the seasoning and opening of products if necessary and then we throw everything in the crockpot and let it cook.

  10. Wanda Bee

    I like to do as much prep work ahead of time as possible to save time when I actually do my cooking/baking.

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  12. jennifer corrado

    I always learned from working in a restaurant to clean up as you go so you have a clean workspace and keep up!

  13. marilynnawara

    Clean up the kitchen as you’re preparing — don’t wait until you’re done and have a huge mess.

  14. barbg

    I do all of the prep I can the night before like completely setting the table, getting out all the pans & utensils needed. Makes it much easier that way. Also make sure the dishwasher is empty before you start cooking cleanup will go much smoother.

  15. Cindy Peterson

    Plan your meals ahead of time and spend one day doing prep so the week day meals go quicker.

  16. clynsg

    My slow cooker is my favorite tool, but sometimes I will actually buy the pre-chopped things like onions for some dishes. This would help with that!

  17. Linda

    My favourite time-saving tip in the kitchen is to not let the dishes pile up.

  18. Ellen Beck

    What is your favorite time saving tip in the kitchen?

    I would have to say my biggest time savings hint is plan meals that can do ‘double duty’ such as a whole chicken one night and utilize leftovers for soup or for a potpie. I dont waste much of anything.

  19. vicki lorenz

    I cut several onions, celery and peppers. Put them in individual freezer bags to grab to cook with.

  20. Terry

    I cook corn on the cob in the microwave by wrapping it in wax paper and cooking for 4-6 mins. depending on how many cobs I have.


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