potato ricer only £5 at Morrison's
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potato ricer only £5 at Morrison's

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Found 10th Dec 2013
this stainless steel potato ricer is only £5 in Morrison's! can't find one any cheaper anywhere. great for if u don't want lumpy mash anymore!
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first time I came across lumpy mash was @school dinners, when I was in primary school

same with the skin on the custard, barf..

whats wrong with lumpy mash?

Great for making gnocchi too.

Great price if it's stainless. It's one of my secret weapons in the kitchen, use it a lot! Everyone asks how I get my mash so creamy!

skykid3 8 minutes ago1 first time I came across lumpy mash was @school … skykid3 8 minutes ago1 first time I came across lumpy mash was @school dinners, when I was in primary school same with the skin on the custard, barf..



Mmmm custard skin....yum yum

Edited by: "abumonkey" 10th Dec 2013

fab _ ive been looking for one of these for ages but they are always so expensive!

If this is the same as the one we had it's terrible, you put potatoes in it and due to the holes being all way around the mash goes everywhere which ends painfully as red hot mash tends to shoot onto your hands.
If there are holes in the bottom only then it'll be fine, not voted either way just letting people know.

DaveLamboona

If this is the same as the one we had it's terrible, you put potatoes in … If this is the same as the one we had it's terrible, you put potatoes in it and due to the holes being all way around the mash goes everywhere which ends painfully as red hot mash tends to shoot onto your hands.If there are holes in the bottom only then it'll be fine, not voted either way just letting people know.



Use a bowl. Not your hands X)

Potato ricers are amazing! Will have to consider a back up as don't ever want to be without the one I've got as I can't make them by hand, always lumpy

This one is terrible... I bought one a few weeks ago at the same price and it broke at the first attempt to use it

I must say I've gone through a number of ricers in my time and the majority of this type tend to bend out of shape after a few uses. I've not voted either way but wanted to give my two cents.

Same price in ASDA

Banned

Cheap crap

wolfmother

Cheap crap



Reckon you need to spend 3 times this amount to get a decent one.

was looking at these on amazon earlier... will check this out tomorrow .. cheers :d

saying that tho all the cheap ones on amazon had really bad reviews..breaking after a few uses etc

I find it helps to cook the potato first before ricing - mine has lasted ages
Edited by: "kinell" 10th Dec 2013

DaveLamboona

red hot mash tends to shoot onto your hands.If there are holes in the … red hot mash tends to shoot onto your hands.If there are holes in the bottom only then it'll be fine.



Fnarr.

I was hoping it was a magical machine that turned patato ( that I don't like) into lovely rice. Oh well I can dream.

Pay a bit more for quality, you can get the Oxo sure grip ricer from hose of fraser for £12.50. it's been posted on here already.

had one of these for years, one thing that's a must for mash lovers

A potato ricer for adding carbs to your carbs

I just call my mash 'rustic'!

keep meaning to buy one of these.

I've got one of these for my work place because I HATE mashing potatoes (I am a chef) mine works perfectly. And a bargain at this price.

I had one of these and it eventually fell to pieces (the bolts that hold it together came out in to my mash) it was great whilst it lasted. Still looking to replace it, but I will definitely be spending a bit more money on one this time.

Rice is made from Potato????? oO

these are the beezknees - mash is now a revolution! no lumps
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