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Old-Fashioned Potato Ricer
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Old-Fashioned Potato Ricer

Item #020997
4 reviews
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Rice potatoes for homemade, fried potato patties. Or mash soft, cooked fruits for desserts, side dishes and baby food.
    Plunger lifts out, which makes it a snap to clean
  • Chrome-plated steel
  • 3-1/2"OD x 2-1/2"D cup
  • 10-1/2"L
  • Imported

Customer Reviews of Old-Fashioned Potato Ricer
Product Rating: 4.8 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 7/6/2012
said: Ann Weikert
"Great for pressing juice out of crushed pineapple,canned tuna, & other foods that need to be drained before adding to other ingredients. Mine is an antique one. Friends have asked where to get them and I was pleased to find new ones on your website as many of the old ones are rusty. Plan to surprise many friends with this ricer that I use for my champagne salad, no alcohol involved, just fruits!"
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- 3/28/2011
said: debbie dickson
"this potato ricer is the greatest for making the lightest, fluffiest, (no lump) mashed potatoes ever, much like a giant garlic press, this gadget really works!!!"
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- 1/27/2010
said: Debbie Hund
"I'll never use instant mashed potatoes again. The first two potatoes through it were a bit rough til I got the hang of it, but then it was "Katie bar the door!" And it cleaned up easily. This little contraption made the lightest, fluffiest, most lump-free mashed potatoes I've ever made or had and it pulled it off with ease once broken in on the first two potatoes."
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- 9/27/2010
said: Susan
"I don't use this for my potatoes, as I like mine lumpy. But I got it for hand puree and if I needed to, for baby food making. It purees well. Cook whatever you want to puree, add and push down the plunger, instant puree. If you need to puree, or making baby food or soft food for someone who can't chew, then I think that you'll like this tool."
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