Norpro Potato Ricer
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- Measures 10.5 inches/26.5cm
- Holds 2.5 cups/20 ounces
- Triple chromed finish
- Fits over pots and bowls for no-mess use; perfect for light, fluffy mashed potatoes as well as mashed vegetables and smooth applesauce
- Hand washing recommended
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Top Customer Reviews
It really is a very simple tool. We boil our potatoes until soft, drain and then add back to the hot pan to remove any excess moisture. Then one by one add them to the ricer and squeeze the handles closed over a mixing bowl. Repeat until done and if any potato has tried to come up the sides, just scrape them down into the ricer before adding the next potato. After that it's up to your taste. We mix in warmed half & half, salt, pepper, melted butter and sometimes a little bit of cream cheese.
As long as we've used the Norpro Potato Ricer we've had delicious lump free mashed potatoes!!
The main problem is the fit of the press into the sieve. Gaps in the side cause food to leak out as your press, creating a lot of waste. The press fails to tightly press to the base also creating a wasteful gap.
Poorly constructed. It works but not well.
For making mashed potatoes this ricer should work but I would go ahead and buy a higher quality item, one that will actually last.
Overall, DON'T BUY!!! There are better ricers out there, go ahead and spend the extra few bucks, you will not regret it, but you will if you purchase this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We were quite happy with this for a while, but the first time I had to bear down on it to force the potato through, the handle crumpled. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lyric_Hart
Not worth the money. It broke after the first use. The handle actually bent and the screws holding it together popped out. Read morePublished 4 months ago by map616
I bought one of these at another retailer. Overall the construction is slightly flimsy and feels like there is a lot of give when you squeeze hard. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. True
We wanted a ricer that had holes on the sides, because I have learned (as a cook with small hands) that such a design works better for me -- with more holes for the potatoes to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by jbmichigan
This is a decent ricer, though the hinges dont feel as smooth. The handles can sometimes be hard to press if you have softer or weaker hands. Works like a charm though!Published 5 months ago by Ali vee