Norpro 1951 "The Original" Sauce Master
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- Capacity 3 quarts/95oz
- Hopper measures 8 inches/20cm diameter and 3 inches/7.5cm deep
- Forces food through a chrome-steel screen; additional screens available separately ( 1953, 1954, and 1954SS ).
- Includes standard screen, spiral, recipe and instruction booklet
- Hand wash only; do not put in dishwasher
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Norpro sauce master the only strainer you'll need for vegetables, fruits, and purees. This multi-use strainer forces food through a chrome plated steel screen, automatically separating the juice and pulp in one easy operation. Includes recipe and instruction booklet. Hopper size: 8-inch diameter by 3-inch deep. Hand wash only do not put in dishwasher. 3 quarts/95oz capacity. Additional screens available separately ( 1953, 1954, and 1954SS )
Top customer reviews
I have used the sauce master again, just tonight to make homemade pasta sauce. Never have I been able to whip up homemade pasta sauce from tomatoes in just a matter of a couple hours, from tomato to pasta sauce and on the table. Plus my sauce was a bit thicker as it wastes hardly no tomato pulp. The seeds and skin that come out the side are dryer than I was even hoping for. I could not do this job even half as well by hand, and if I really tried to do it as well, I’m sure it would have taken me 3 times as long. I have recommended this to my best friend and my mother who are both into food preserving and canning. This is money well spent!
I only wish that this had an extra piece that could direct the pulp away from the sauce. Every once in a while if I wasn't paying attention I would end up with pulp in my sauce and then I'd scoop it out and send it back through the strainer. The hardware that mounted it to the table was strong enough and it was all fairly easy to assemble.
I noticed some reviews recommending to cook the tomatoes first and then re-run the pulp several times. But if i have to do this, it will be easier to just peel the cooked tomatoes and use food processor.
Looking to find way to use it without all hassle above or i will just return it.
This machine was for my niece who is also a Gardner. It will change her life!! Thank you Norpro!!!