Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Potato Ricer - Masher Review






Potato Ricer - Baby Food Masher.


I decided to try this because everyone hates lumpy mashed potatoes.  We were so surprised how easy this is to use and how heavy duty it felt.  With this you potatoes are mush or mashed in no time. Just boil the potatoes and put them in the masher and they are instant mashed.  You can also use this for baby food and many other issues. Including cauliflower mashed it is so easy and fun.

Product Description
  • PERFECT MASHED POTATOES, EVERY TIME - Frustrated of lumpy mash potatoes? Tired of constantly mashing to prevent lumps in your mash? With the Priority Chef® Potato Ricer you can get perfect mashed potato every time! Simply place your boiled potatoes in the hopper and press. The result is a smooth, light mash potato that everyone at home will love!

    ERGONOMIC NON-SLIP DESIGN - The Priority Chef® Potato Ricer is designed with your comfort in mind. The handles are soft silicone to make the pressing of the potatoes easier and the non-slip hanging knob ensures that the ricer does not slide when you place it over your pot or bowl when ricing.

    BABY FOOD - Not only does the Priority Chef® Potato Ricer make perfect mashed potatoes every time, it is also a great tool for preparing baby food. Some of vegetables that we have tested the ricer on include potatoes, carrots, turnips, cauliflower, pumpkin, butternut squash and parsnips. Mix any of these together for a tasty way to encourage your children to eat more vegetables.

    DISHWASHER SAFE - The Priority Chef® Potato Ricer design enables easy cleaning by hand but because it is made with premium quality 18/10 stainless steel it ensures that is also dishwasher safe.

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