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CucinaPro Cookie Press Set with 20 Discs and Four Icing Nozzles
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- Includes twenty discs
- Includes four icing nozzles
- Made of polished aluminum
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You can make dozens of cookies in a flash with Cucina Pro's Manual Cookie Press. It comes with 20 discs and 4 icing nozzles, making the options of cookies endless. Beautiful polished aluminum body. Disassembles easily for clean up.
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That said, I had problems with consistency with my first few batches. Near the end of the latest batch, I inverted the disk (set it so concave side was down) and I got much better results. What I miss most is the screw-type press my mom had years ago.
Notes on this one:
1) make sure the disks are concave side down
2) make sure no air trapped when you add the dough
3) be careful with the top ring when using or cleaning. Wrong moves can put it over the metal clip that controls how much comes out. Once that happens, it's like one of those aggravating wire puzzles to get put back in place.
I used this unit to make spritz cookies at Christmas time. After I got the disc installed properly (concave!) it worked great. I did have some issues with getting the plunger to stay aligned with the handle to press the cookies, which is the reason I removed a star. The bar on the plunger is ratcheted to advance when the handle is pressed, but it turns freely and gets out of alignment with the handle from time to time. is Other than that, it worked great.
I also use the press with other tips to fill deviled eggs, cream puffs, and to decorate cookies and cakes. Other than the occasional problem with the handle, it works great. Since most all of the unit is metal, I suspect it will last for quite some time. The variety of discs provided for pressing cookies is great, too...
It is easy to operate and looks nice, though most parts are plastic even if they are painted to look metal. Still it is sturdy and we have not had any parts break and have not had problems with cookie dough leaking around the cookie template. I have always found cookie presses to be a pain to clean and this one is no exception, but it is as easy to clean as you can get for a cookie press, no need for small brushes or toothpicks.
Update 12/23/2015 ... Got this out to make Christmas cookies, used a new recipe for cookie press and it still doesn't work well. I just want to make cookies and not get frustrated. Ended up making drop cookies. I'm going to sell it at my next garage sale and order a different one. It also doesn't seem to be very durable after only a few uses or attempts at use. Very disappointed.