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OXO Good Grips Food Mill
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- Stainless steel bowl is ideal for hot foods and prevents staining
- Includes 3 stainless steel grinding discs for preparing foods of fine, medium and coarse textures
- Simple, spring-loaded lever for easy disc exchange and disassembly
- 3 non-slip legs secure placement over bowls and pots up to 11" in diameter, keeping Mill from falling into food
- Legs fold for easy storage
- Approximately 2.3-quart capacity
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OXO Good Grips Food Mill
Smoothly grinds fruits and veggies into purees, sauces and more.
The Secret to Smooth
Great for preparing everything from fluffy mashed potatoes and tomato sauce to veggie soups and homemade baby food, the OXO Good Grips Food Mill is our tried-and-true secret to transforming chunky foods into perfect purees and sauces. The stain-resistant, stainless steel interior is great for hot and cold foods, and the mill comes with three grinding discs so you can control your texture: fine, medium or coarse. Designed with your ease and comfort in mind, this versatile tool is easy to use, easy to store and dishwasher safe, so it’s also easy to clean.
Stainless Steel Bowl
Preserves temperatures, making it ideal for hot and cold foods.
Three Grinding Discs
Choose the texture of your sauces and purees: fine, medium or coarse.
Easy Release Button
Makes it simple to swap grinding discs and disassemble for storage.
Foldable, Non-Slip Legs
Secure the mill over bowls and pots to keep the mill from falling over.
The OXO Good Grips Food Mill is the perfect tool for preparing fresh purees, sauces, soups and more. It has a stainless steel inner bowl that is ideal for hot foods and will not stain, and includes 3 stainless steel grinding discs for fine, medium and coarse textures. Use the fine disc for homemade jellies, creamy sauces and baby food, the medium disc for applesauce and vegetable soups, and the coarse disc for mashed potatoes and chunkier sauces. The Food Mill has a unique release button that makes it easy to exchange discs and disassemble for storage. Three non-slip legs hold the Food Mill securely over bowls and pots up to 11 inches in diameter, keeping it out of your food. The legs also fold for easy storage. The soft, non-slip handle and knob ensure comfort when gripping the Food Mill and turning the blade. All parts are dishwasher-safe.
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However, that would usually mean hours of tedious work by the kitchen sink to skin, core, and seed those buckets of tomatoes to make sauces and soups. I had purchased an expensive food mill a few years ago from Williams-Sonoma, but it performed so poorly that I took it back. This year I did some research and decided to try the OXO Good Grips food mill, and it works like a charm. Those tomatoes were all pureed in no time, and clean-up was a breeze.
I haven't tried milling other foods yet, but I bet this would be great for applesauce, too.
A few important tips:
Cook the tomatoes in boiling water 1 - 2 minutes to loosen the skins, and cut any large tomatoes into chunks before you mill them.
Make sure the sieve disc at the bottom of the food bowl is inserted so that the peak is pointed upward, or it won't work.
As you rotate the handle to crush the tomatoes, occasionally do some backwards turns to redistribute the tomatoes.
Work in batches so you don't overfull the food bowl, and rinse out any debris from seeds and skins between each batch.
Use a spatula to scrape any thick juices that cling to the underside.
For anyone interested, here's a great, easy recipe for Chicken Parmesan Soup that you can make with a pound of tomatoes:
Heat 2 Tb olive oil in large soup pot over medium heat.
Add 2 cups chopped onion and 1 tsp salt, and cook 8 minutes to soften.
Add 1 Tb minced garlic and ½ tsp red pepper flakes, and cook 1 minute.
Add 6 cups Swanson’s chicken broth.
Add 1 lb pureed tomatoes and 2 Tb tomato paste.
Add 2 tsp chopped fresh oregano and 1 Tb chopped fresh basil.
Cover pot, and simmer 10 minutes, then puree the soup with an immersion blender.
Add 1 lb boneless chicken cut into bite size pieces.
Add 8 oz spiral pasta, cover, and simmer 15 minutes until chicken and pasta are cooked.
Off heat, stir in ½ cup grated Parmesan until melted.
Stir in 4 Tb chopped fresh basil.
Season to taste with salt & pepper, and add a little sugar, if needed.
We live in the Pacific Northwest. They grow everywhere.
In late August and September, we start getting grumpy if we haven't had a blackberry pie within the week.
I canned 21 quarts of blackberry jam this summer.
We really like our blackberries!
Over the years, we've tried a number of techniques to remove the seeds. Pantyhose. Cheesecloth. Wire mesh strainers. All of those techniques remove far too much pulp with the seeds. We always end up mixing the pulp and seeds back in and making our jam and pies with seeds in. Recently I needed a food mill to prep some pears for pear butter. When this one arrived, I noticed the disc with the smallest holes appeared just the right size for straining out blackberry seeds.
Solely interested in serving the Amazon community, I went and picked enough berries to make 4 quarts of jam and two pies. My 4 y.o. son and I then had a jolly good time of milling them. This mill did a fantastic job of removing nearly every seed from bucket after bucket of blackberries. And it didn't take long either. To avoid the appearance that our testing was biased, we donated the blissfully seed free pies and jam to charity. If you believe that last sentence, I've got some blackberry seeds I'd like to sell you.
Oh yeah, it also did a fine job of milling our pears.
I've had to hand cut a gasket from silicon sheeting to partially overcome this nuisance by raising the disk closer to the press blade.
In retrospect, I should have promptly returned this OXO clunker to Amazon.
I have several OXO products that work well, but the food mill is a relatively expensive loser.
I prefer to use my ancient, cheap, tin, French mill from Guillouard despite it being a bit rusty.
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