OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Potato Ricer
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- Durable stainless steel construction with soft handles
- Non-slip knob holds Ricer in place on bowls
- Creates fluffly, smooth mashed potatoes
- Great for making gnocchi, straining greens, or making finely mashed 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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Rest the Potato Ricer on a pot or bowl and squeeze the soft handles together for perfectly mashed potatoes. Strong stainless steel makes this Ricer sturdy, and a non-slip knob holds it in place on any pot or bowl. Make your own baby food by ricing fruits or vegetables.
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
Top Customer Reviews
Mashing potatoes and sweet potatoes and anything else you might care to mash is real fun with this gadget . . . it's like using one of those Play-dough sci-fi masher-crusher goo-maker things when you were a gid. Plus, it cuts down on all the time and effort a thorough mashing usually involves. Just squeeze the handle and the potato comes out completely mashed. It looks a little funny until you mix it around; but with one quick swipe of a spoon or form and you've got the world's most perfect mashed potatoes.
If you peel the potatoes first then the ricer will be a little easier to clean later . . . but I've found it's easiest to NOT peel the potato, because the ricer will leave most of the peel behind for you -- saving you all the peeling time. And if you want to through the peel back in, then that works great too.
This thing is not a necessary item for the kitchen, by any means, but it's one of my favorite kitchen items none the less. I don't have (or need) a baby, but I'd agree with the other reviews here that it'd make for a great baby-food maker. But more importantly, I love mashed potatoes, and this thing can knock out SUPERB stuff with a 10th the effort that quality mashed 'tates usually take.
NOTE: If you like chunky homestyle mashed potatoes, this machine will scare you senseless: no lumps remain, ever. Incredible! Still, for "homestyle," I find the ricer is still the best device . . . use it to mash the bulk of the potatoes, and then ad in some "lumps" or potatoe chunks at the end. Saves so much time! So awesome!
Mashed potatoes are so smooth that you might not even have to add as much cream and butter as you usually do, making these potatoes even healthier than usual!
I could go on forever!
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And, it has all the features which have made OXO Good Grips products the best selling and best reviewed line of kitchen gear.
I held out buying one of these little darlings for a long time, as I already owned a food mill which is entirely capable of doing the same job with about the same level of success. And, this 18/10 stainless steel gem is not the cheapest gizmo in the gadget drawer.
I was swayed from this alternative by the fact that a food mill is a pain in the neck to retrieve from its high shelf, assemble, and then clean, although if I am cooking for a crowd, I may still use it, as it can do much more spud crushing in a shorter time than the Ricer.
I was also deterred by the possible lack of 'multi-tasking' ability until I saw TV chefs sqeeze water out of cooked spinach and lots of other leafy goodness.
My last basis for procastination is the fact that I thought the design with a selection of different hole plates (very much like the food mill) would be a better option to OXO's 'unibody' construction. But, I gave in here too, since I couldn't locate a good model with this feature.
Well, now I have this one and I used it and it produces truly primo mashed potatoes WITHOUT creating gummy spud paste.
If you make mashed potates more than once a month, buy this beauty!
At this point I've had several--the downside is they don't last forever--but I always get two to three years, with very frequent use and dishwashing before needing to replace. (The stem usually eventually bends or breaks after lots and lots of use.) For the modest cost, I think that's a fair amount of use.
The hopper is large, but not so big it overfills and the mechanism simple, straightforward and easy to grasp, even if you have smaller hands. I can comfortably, and relatively quickly, mash up to 10 lb. worth of potatoes for a Thanksgiving meal using this device.
One of the best perks of a ricer is that you don't need to peel your potatoes before you mash them. Simply put the cooked potato in the hopper and squeeze and out comes the fluffy "riced" potato while the potato skins are left inside and easily scraped into the garbage disposal.
A true must have tool for mashed potato fans. I wouldn't be without it!