Perfect mashed potato? OXO Good Grips Potato Ricer only £13.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Perfect mashed potato? OXO Good Grips Potato Ricer only £13.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Found 5th Apr 2011
An absolute must for any kitchen.

Manufacturer's Description
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. The Potato Ricer is also dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
Product Description
The soft handles cushion your hands and absorb as you make perfectly mashed potatoes. And the cushioned knob hooks on to any size bowl or pot, and features a convinient hanging hole. Try ricing bananas or cooked carrots for baby food too. Made with stainless steel.

14 Comments

These are great if you are starting to wean your baby! I use mine every day, just put what we are eating into it, give it a squeeze and hey presto instant baby food!!

Boil hot water and salt and potatoes, remove water, add butter + milk, mash, sorted. Spend £13.99 on more potatoes.

Good for rostis and the like.

However I'm fairly certain tesco do these for less than a tenner.

Ikea do a very similar product for just over £8

ikea.com/gb/…285

this looks useful, but not £14 useful

To those of you voting this cold, or coming up with cheaper alternatives, this one may be expensive at £13.99, but it's a good one, it's solidly made, and it will last for many years.

That's more than can be said for the alternatives - read the reviews of the Kitchen Craft one on Amazon, like this one, for example:

"I accidentally over boiled the potatoes (making them even softer than they should have been) then I started to use this and it bent up on about the 3rd press and was completely useless by the 4th. Didn't even get one meal out of it."

There are cheaper ones (we have one - from Lakeland) but from personal experience they're not a patch on this one.

Good idea but the mash usually cold by the time you'v squeezed it all through this lol

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razam

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incomparable. I have the kitchen craft one and its crap and is already rusting after 3 or 4 uses.

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col11

Good idea but the mash usually cold by the time you'v squeezed it all … Good idea but the mash usually cold by the time you'v squeezed it all through this lol


guess you must be a pensioner if you cant use it properly!

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ollieh1

Boil hot water and salt and potatoes, remove water, add butter + milk, … Boil hot water and salt and potatoes, remove water, add butter + milk, mash, sorted. Spend £13.99 on more potatoes.


guess it depends on how well you like your potatoes mashed. Any decent chef will tell you a ricer is an indispensable kitchen utensil.

csiman

guess you must be a pensioner if you cant use it properly!



Dont be cheeky or i will hit you with my walking stick!

Paid no more than £10 when we got this from Dunelm.

MattyKHZ

Paid no more than £10 when we got this from Dunelm.



.........except that you didn't, because Dunelm don't sell, and never have sold, the OXO Good Grips potato ricer. They sell a cheap alternative that isn't remotely the same product.

At £14, this a solid product that will last you years. Loads of cheaper (flimsy) versions around but worth getting a decent one. If you don't use a ricer then you've been eating lumpy mash...fact! Couldn't live without it for the perfect mash.
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