MIU France Stainless Steel Food Mill
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- High-quality stainless-steel construction
- Three blades: fine, medium, coarse
- 2-quart capacity
- Measures 9-1/4 by 3-3/4 inches
- Safe to use in dishwasher
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Made of stainless steel.
Three interchangeable discs: fine for purees, medium for textured dishes such as applesauce, coarse for ricing potatoes, chopping nuts, or preparing tomatoes for sauces.
Adjustable legs are padded for stability.
Convenient handle lets you hold the mill steady while cranking.
9 1/2"Dia. x 3 1/2"H.
Top Customer Reviews
Cons: The guage of the metal on the bowl is a little thinner than I'd like, but it's really only an aesthetic issue.
This is a wonderful device for processing tomatoes (use the smallest-holed disk to strain out the seeds from canned ones!), cooked potatoes and squash and other stuff like that, avocados, and so on. For tomatoes in particular the processing gives you nice smooth tomato puree with relatively little introduction of air, like you get with a blender.
Stainless Steel Food Mill Directions:
Step 1: Select the Grater setting you wish to use. I.e.... Fine, Medium or Course.
Step 2: Insert the Blade "Convex" or rougher side up, so that the grinding plate has a
textured surface to mash the food.
Step 3: The hole in the middle of the blades is for placement of the center pin with spring
located on the underside of the rotating grinding plate. If the hole on the grater plate is
not filled with the center pin, then your Grater plate is probably upside down, smooth
side up or "concave" side up. This will not work so flip the blade over.
Step 4: Once the grinding plate center pin is in place, Push down slightly on the center
pin spring. This will allow you to hook the arms into place. If you are not able to turn
the grinding plate easily then your grater plate is probably upside down and you will have
to start over.
Good luck with your food mill!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Poor quality. Parts do not fit well and scrape along sides of food well without processing. Would not recommend.Published 1 month ago by Ms
Bought this for my son as a birthday gift. he loves it and uses it a lot.Published 1 month ago by george
Leg broke off with first use. It worked well but the quality of workmanship is definitely on the cheap side. I cannot recommend it at this price point. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ran
Deceptive advertising. I think the product is probably fine -- haven't tried it yet. It does go together. Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. Waller
broke straight out if the bok. a true mickey mouse items mot for serious cooksPublished 7 months ago by Alexandra Collins-Del Sordo
It was missing in my kitchen and a blander did not make the job easier; so it's just what I desired in my kitchen to make fish chowders or mashpotato. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jacques Philippe Monteran