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OXO Good Grips 3-in-1 Adjustable Potato Ricer
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- Turn rotating stainless steel disk clockwise to easily to change puree consistency to fine, medium or coarse
- Fine setting perfect for fluffy mashed potatoes and gnocchi; medium setting ideal for spaetzle; coarse setting great for chunky applesauce
- Grooved pot rest allows ricer to sit on bowls and pots
- Brushed stainless steel with soft, comfortable non-slip grips
- Rotate disk to arrow icon and remove for easy cleaning; top-rack dishwasher safe
- Fine setting perfect for fluffy mashed potatoes, turnips, carrots, and gnocchi
- Medium setting ideal for spaetzle and pressing water out of cooked greens
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OXO Good Grips Adjustable Potato Ricer
Don’t limit yourself to just potatoes with the OXO Good Grips 3-in-1 Adjustable Potato Ricer. This patented 3-in-1 Adjustable Potato Ricer has three settings, easily changed with the twist of the dial, for many cooking tasks. The brushed stainless steel 3-in-1 Adjustable Potato Ricer features a handy grooved pot rest, so it rests neatly on the edge of bowls and pots while you're using it. It comes apart for easy cleaning and has soft, comfortable non-slip grips. It's also top-rack dishwasher safe.
Adjust the setting with a quick twist of the dial!
Since the disks are attached, there is no need to go searching for extra parts when you want to adjust settings.
Fine: This setting is perfect for fluffy mashed potatoes, it’s also great for parsnips, carrots, turnips, gnocchi and more.
Medium: This setting is ideal for spaetzle and pressing water out of cooked greens
Coarse: This setting is perfect for chunky applesauce, egg salad and pressing tomatoes for sauce.
Settings on Board
Turn rotating stainless steel disk clockwise to easily to change puree consistency to fine, medium or coarse
Rotate disk to arrow icon and remove for easy cleaning
Brushed stainless steel with soft, comfortable non-slip grips
Top-rack dishwasher safe
Easy to Use
Simply squeeze the two handles to mash your potatoes! (or your desired fruit or vegetable)
Grooved pot rest allows ricer to sit on bowls and pots
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 8:40 Mins|
For mashed potatoes, it works well, but it is easier to make them with a good strong wire potato masher. This makes creamy mashed potatoes of more consistent consistency, but depending on the hole size can still have enough chunkier tiny bits so that you know it isn't instant potato flakes.Read more ›
First of all, using a ricer to make mashed potatoes creates a superior result. They are lighter, fluffier, and require no added butter, milk or cream. They also are hotter because you don't have to add cold ingredients. I prepared a russet potato by steaming peeled and cubed bits in the microwave with a small amount of water, drained them, and placed the pieces in the ricer and pressed. I might add this is fantastic if you are making only one or two potatoes worth of mash and is a much better option for a single person or couple.
Second, I used the ricer to make egg salad. There are three settings on the ricer that allow you to set the fineness of the result by rotating the dial. For egg salad, you use the biggest holes and it does an excellent job pressing eggs out in such a way as to make lighter, fluffier salad with a more even distribution of pieces. The instructions mention that the second setting is good for draining water off of certain types of greens (like spinach). I haven't tried this yet, but it sounds like a much better way than squeezing it out by hand and I look forward to using it for that purpose in the future.
The thing I didn't expect was that it's actually easier to prepare a lot of things by simply pressing them through the ricer rather than chopping, mashing, or draining them by hand or even with a processor or mixer. The clean up isn't really all that different and it's certainly faster to rice a potato than it is to use a hand mixer to mash one.Read more ›
|Length: 2:43 Mins|
I have seen many people over-mash their potatoes with either an electric mixer or with a manual masher. Over-mashing, or even over-stirring them, will cause the potatoes to become too starchy. Ricing them gives you smooth dish that also tastes great.
I have a few minor issues with the finish on this product. There were burnish marks on both the cylinder and the handle but I can overlook those. Also, the rubber part of the grip lifts up and catches on my hand when I grab it. I will probably super-glue it down. Other than that I think that this is a wonderful product and I am happy to own it.
|Length: 0:07 Mins|
I have a photo to show how it broke, but it seems Amazon have disabled the ability to upload images for this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Makes best potatoes. Have not tried it on anything else yet. Easy to clean. Works great.Published 3 months ago by freereview
Love the concept but the metal arm that secures to the plastic with the metal band lacked stability. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dawn Schultz
Gave this to my bro-in-law as a gift and he loved it! He loves to cook and said using the potato ricer made everything so easy. He mentioned what good quality this was, too.Published 5 months ago by Jewels
Received this item and used it for the first time last week. I enjoy it and my mashed potatoes came out nice and smooth. Read morePublished 5 months ago by DaveSincere