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OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Potato Ricer
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- Perfect for making smooth, fluffy mashed potatoes
- Durable stainless steel body with soft handles
- Non-slip knob holds Ricer in place over bowl or pot
- Also great for ricing carrots, cauliflower, yams and baby food
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Good Grips Potato Ricer
The OXO GG Potato Ricer is great for making perfectly smooth mashed potatoes every time. Place the Ricer on any pot or bowl and squeeze the soft handles together to easily mash potatoes. Sturdy stainless steel construction and a non-slip knob hold it in place on any pot or bowl. The Ricer is also great for making homemade baby food with cooked apples, carrots and more.
Features & Benefits
Non-slip grips on handles absorb pressure while squeezing. Durable stainless steel with soft, comfortable non-slip grips
Easy to Use
Convenient hanging hole and cushioned knob that hooks onto any size bowl or pot
Ricer is also great for making homemade baby food with cooked apples, carrots and more
Here's a Good Tip!
Boil potatoes until tender and cut them into pieces that will fit in to the Ricer
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The OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Ricer is designed for making smooth, fluffy mashed potatoes without breaking a sweat. A non-slip knob holds the Ricer in place over a bowl or pot while the soft, comfortable handles absorb pressure when squeezing. The stainless steel body holds up over time and can also accommodate carrots, cauliflower, yams and more.
Simply place this ricer over any bowl or pot, squeeze the gadget's handles, and mashed fruits and vegetables, especially potatoes, ooze right through. A nonslip knob helps hold it in place, and its soft handles have a comfortable grip. Great for mashed potatoes or for making your own baby food, it's made of stainless steel to withstand repeated use.
The Good Grips line features durable, nonslip, flexible handles on every product. Ergonomically designed to fit the palm comfortably, the pressure-absorbing, processed rubber handle puts less tension on the hands, while still providing an outstanding grip. Made from the same material as dishwasher gaskets, the handles are slip-proof, wet or dry, as well as dishwasher-safe. Good Grips products are moderately priced and have won the Tylenol/Arthritis Foundation Design Award. --Laurie NotaroSee all Product description
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That being said, I do find this potato ricer a bit cumbersome, especially if you are mashing 5 pounds of potatoes. The handle is not as ergonomic (read: comfortable to hold) as I have come to expect from OXO. I do, however, think it provides great leverage so the mashing is simple.
Also, after filling the chamber and squeezing the handle, some of the potato manages to make its way around the sides of the hinged masher plate so that potato is sitting on top of it. It does this not matter how much or little potato you add. I think its just eh way it was designed. This means that potato will probably end up on your counters (or bowl) when you pull the masher plate back up and flip it out of the way to add more potatoes to the chamber. It's not the end of the world and I'm not a very neat cook in the kitchen anyway. If making a mess while cooking makes your eye start to twitch, you may want to check out another ricer.
This ricer produces consistently smooth potatoes. I have also used it with sweet potatoes, acorn squash, squeezing liquid from spinach and grated jalapeno and to juice lemons. It has done all of these effortlessly and consistently.
I find myself using it at least once a week while preparing dinner, often times just to make mashed potatoes for one. It allows me to make what was once a relatively involved side dish in under two minutes of active kitchen work.
I plan on gifting a few of these in the coming months.
Comparing side by side, this basically one piece design does a great job creating smooth mash - the other model had different size plates but if I want it a little more homestyle/chunky I can keep a little of the potatoes in reserve and mash with a fork, adding texture to the smooth batch as desired. There was no struggling with this one to unscrew any parts to clean - just tossed it in the dishwasher. I never realized this was a bit of a chore with my other ricer until struggling to get it apart after it was tossed in a sink at Thanksgiving with other greasy items and pretty much glued itself together until it sat in a little soapy water for a while.
The handles are significantly shorter than I'm used to but even with pretty bad arthritis they are easy enough to work and get the job done. The smaller handles mean this is much easier to store in the drawer with my most used tools as opposed to the larger model which had pretty much made an appearance once a year because it lived in a pantry. The OXO version has already been used twice in the past two weeks - I'd almost forgotten how well meatloaf goes with mash - yummmm!