Go Cook Potato Ricer £4 @ Tesco
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Go Cook Potato Ricer £4 @ Tesco

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Found 23rd Jul 2014
Was £7, Free Click n' Collect.

This Go Cook potato ricer is an excellent tool to add to your cooking artillery. This kitchen implement can be used to process potatoes as well as other foods. Made from stainless steel, it is dishwasher safe.

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Good price if good quality but the reviews look like it's not built to last.

Sorry to be a numpty, but does this do as it says on the tin and turn potatoes into rice shapes? If so, why? If not then what does it do?

ripoffh8er

Sorry to be a numpty, but does this do as it says on the tin and turn … Sorry to be a numpty, but does this do as it says on the tin and turn potatoes into rice shapes? If so, why? If not then what does it do?


(source wikipedia)
This tool is commonly used to mash potatoes. Pressing cooked vegetables and fruits through the small holes produces a puree comparable to using a drum sieve. Many foods can now be pureed more easily in a food processor; however, a manual method such as ricing is best for potatoes, which are starchy and become glutinous when over-processed.[4] Ricers are often used to puree food for babies.[5]

A ricer can be used to remove excess water from foods such as cooked greens that are to be added to quiche,[2] and sliced or grated potatoes to improve the quality of potato chips or hash browns made from them.[citation needed]

Potato ricers are used to make Mont Blanc, a dessert of chestnut puree.[6] They can be used to make lefse (a Norwegian flatbread) and spätzle (German noodles), as well as homemade passatelli (a type of Italian pasta). The tool may also be used to process ice cream when making the German dish spaghettieis.

I have had one of these for a few years , I didn't know you could use it for the things above, that sounds like a plus, I have only ever used it for potatoes and I have to say it makes the potato tastes completely different I know that sounds weird after all it is still potato but it does. I hate it so if you buy one (and mine is quite hardwearing and looks the same as the one in the picture) and love potatoes bear in mind it changes the taste.

Hot Deals is so misleading! Why is the expired?? So ok its Out of stock but the deal is still on and tesco get stock in daily! Deals should only expire when the deal expires.

I picked one up this evening in-store at this price.
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