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Potato Ricer and Baby Food Strainer

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  • Heavy-duty Plastic and Stainless Steel
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Includes potato ricer, and two stainless steel plates
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 5 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000OLA7KS
  • Item model number: SPUD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (400 customer reviews)
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Product Description

This handy and versatile potato ricer will help you create fluffy, lump-free mashed potatoes and can also assist in making baby food, apple cause, or spaetzle. The contoured, heavy-duty plastic handles are comfortable to use, and an added pot extension holds the ricer steady over most pots. The ricer comes with two stainless steel plates, one for a medium grain and one for a coarse grain. The cleanup is easy, as all parts are dishwasher safe.

Ricer measures 13.5" L x 4" W x 4.5" H; Plates measure 3.25" x 3.25"



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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and clean.
Erin
Easy to use, takes little force to rice potatoes.
Patrick Lambert
Makes perfect mashed potatoes.
K. Sayles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

144 of 148 people found the following review helpful By Marilou A. Campbell on July 9, 2008
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This ricer is terrific. I read about it in the America's Test Kitchen cookbook and also their web page. Before I bought the ricer, I used my stand mixer and had to whip the potatoes pretty aggressively to make sure there were only a few lumps. My mashed potatoes were popular with guests but I think it was the huge amount of butter and half-and-half that I use. I could not believe the improvement when I started using the ricer. The potatoes are silky smooth and do not have a trace of air from over mixing. I like to clean most things by hand although the ricer is dishwasher friendly. The ricer disassembles nicely for cleaning and goes back together in a snap (literally). It also has two disks for different jobs. I like this device so much that I plan to buy another one and give it to my daughter-in-law for her upcoming baby shower (along with other stuff of course - this ricer only costs 12 bucks)! The ricer can do double duty by pureeing or mashing food for the baby as well as making first class mashed potatoes. You can't go wrong with this ricer.
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114 of 121 people found the following review helpful By LiJenn on May 13, 2008
I purchased my ricer a little over a month and have used it several times. With each use, I like this ricer more and more. Though it is plastic, this ricer is very sturdy and is designed very well. The handles are comfortable and I find the pot grip to be useful in keeping the ricer from falling into the pot. I tend to fill the hopper as much as I can, but I haven't had any problem squeezing the potatoes through. Not much force is needed!

The ricing disks are easy to change and clean: just squeeze the two tabs on the insert to remove it from the hopper, change the disk and finally replace the insert.
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314 of 354 people found the following review helpful By TL on June 26, 2011
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I've had this ricer for over a year and I love making mashed potatoes with it. It is very easy to use (just make sure your potatoes are cooked enough and soft otherwise you'll have a hard time) and I love the fact that I can place the ricer over a large bowl/pot and push the potatoes through. However, I just discovered a disgusting thing that happens with this ricer that should make you think twice about purchasing this particular model unless the manufacturer comes up with a design adjustment to address the issue. I knew I wouldn't do the dishes right away last week so I left my ricer in water. The problem is that water seeped through the base and you can't get all of the water out. I've been flipping it around and shaking water out every day and it's impossible to remove all of the water. Today, the water had a disgusting odor to it since water has been trapped in the ricer for a week. The thought of mold spores and mildewy water getting into my mashed potatoes is disgusting and potentially dangerous depending on what type of mold is growing in there. I'm thinking about drilling in some holes to get the water out and then soaking the ricer in a bleach bath. If only there was an opening at the end of the base handle to let out water. I'm now looking at the $40 ricer model, which costs almost as much as my food mill which also makes good mashed potatoes (but I hardly ever use because it's tucked away deep inside my cupboard because it's hard to store).

Update 07/10/11: I successfully drilled several holes into the handle of this ricer using a Dremel. I soaked the whole unit in a bleach bath and now due to my new holes, the water inside the unit was able to drain out. I've been shaking the ricer around and I don't hear anymore water sloshing around inside.
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85 of 94 people found the following review helpful By krimoyer on January 11, 2012
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Dear Potato Ricer,

Before you and I were introduced, I had no idea what I was missing. You see, before we met, I was living only a half life. Now that I have found you, I feel full again. Full of yummy mashed potatoes. I vow to never let you go.

Before I met you, most of my days were spent at my 9-5, and then I came home to my family to cook and clean. Very little time was left for ME, doing things I enjoyed doing. Oh, Potato Ricer, how you have opened up my world, and freed up so much of my time - I now get to actually enjoy the family that I cook and clean for.

You have taken the time I used to spend making my daughter's favorite food (mashed potatoes), and cut it in half. Thank you Potato Ricer, thank you. I can now cook mashed potatoes in 15 minutes, instead of thirty.

You have taken all of the stress and worry I had about having lumpy potatoes. Your smoosher thing is absolutely the best at squeezing out perfectly mashed and fluffy potatoes. I no longer have to deal with the Mixer who is such a hassle (messy too). All I have to do is put potatoes in your smoosher, press down on you, and there you go. Add some milk and butter - Voila!

Also, once you are done making my perfect potatoes, you come apart sooooo easily. I can just fit you in the top rack of my dishwasher and be done with it. You're made of plastic, so nothing sticks - very easy to rinse off.

Once again, I just wanted to thank you Potato Ricer, for helping me in my times of need. I don't know what I would do without you on those horrific Thanksgiving Day's and Christmas Eves. I will never go back to the Mixer again.

Your biggest fan,
Me
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