This is really more of a fine grater than a medium one.
I know it sounds like a small aircraft, but it’s just a pretentious name for a fine grater.
To grate lemon zest, hold the handle of the grater with one hand and then push the lemon downwards over the grater ‘teeth’.
But unlike many knives, a grater can’t be easily sharpened.
For many people, a grater is just a grater.
The removable non-slip base of the grater also leaves a substantial gap that traps bits of food.
Cuisipro Extra Coarse: This paddle grater, from Cuisipro’s V Grater series, is worth looking out for.
While this grater didn’t need the plastic base to keep it from wobbling, the removable cap did come in handy for other tasks.
To grate cheese, hold the handle of the grater with one hand and then push the block of cheese downwards over the grater ‘teeth’.
Kid’s job: For the cucumber yoghurt dip, grate the cucumber with a rotary grater or box grater (a grown up should supervise this).
Norpro Stainless Steel Grater: This bare-bones grater is much trimmer than Norpro’s container version and does an adequate job on most foods.
With a paddle grater, you end up having to push the grater both down on your work surface and against the food, so the whole setup is much less stable.
Cuisipro 6-Sided Box Grater: Overall we liked this grater, but unless you’re particular about garnishes, we think you’re better off with the 4-sided Cuisipro.
Cuisipro Fine Rasp V-Grater, Stainless Steel: The V-Grater did almost as good of a job as the Microplane at zesting and creating powdery shreds from hard cheeses.
Microplane 5-in-1 Elite Box Grater: We really liked this box grater, which had sharp, fine teeth that rivalled the Cuisipro’s for shredding hard vegetables and zesting.
Microplane Specialty Series 4-Sided Box Grater: The 4-sided grater is Cook’s Illustrated’s new pick, but we found it less sturdy than our pick because of its thinner legs.
OXO Two-Fold Grater: We like the pared-down, space-saving design of this folding grater, and it shredded mozzarella better than any other grater we tested.
Browne Cuisipro Coarse Grater: Good Housekeeping didn’t like this one, saying, “Even though the Cuisipro Coarse Grater is well constructed, its grating performance didn’t impress us.”
KitchenIQ V-Etched Container Grater: This grater set has very sharp blades and was better than most other graters at shredding Pecorino Romano, but like KitchenIQ’s coarse paddle version, this one tended to juice carrots in addition to shredding them.
Microplane Professional Series Extra Coarse Grater: Again, we liked the sturdy, nearly all-metal construction of Microplane’s Professional line, but we had a difficult time grating mozzarella (lots of shearing and crumbling and somewhat messy) as well as carrots (stuttering and stopping) on the coarse holes of this grater.
- utensil with sharp perforations for shredding foods (as vegetables or cheese)
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Microplane Professional Series Extra Coarse Grater Again we liked the sturdy nearly all-metal construction of Microplanes Professional line but we had a difficult time grating mozzarella lots of shearing and crumbling and somewhat messy as well as carrots stuttering and stopping on the coarse holes of this grater