December 14, 2005

Potato Ricer

If you've never had riced potatoes then you haven't had really good mashed potatoes. Some people will lead you to believe that mashed potatoes are the same as ricing potatoes - well it's just not true. Riced potatoes are something special and have a lighter feel to them provided you don't mix up the riced potatoes and spoil their flair.

At Potato Ricer

Read More in: Kitchen Gadgets

Share this Article with others: social bookmarking

Related Articles:

Came straight to this page? Visit Kitchen Contraptions for all the latest news.

Posted by Jay Brewer at December 14, 2005 8:59 AM
Recent Comments

O.K. I bought one of these a few months ago on line. The flavour of riced potatoes is very different than that of peeled mashed and most of the vitamins and nutrition is right at the skin. This unit looked powerful enough to squeeze water out of a stone.
It probably would if more than a tenth of the potato came through the ricer ... all the rest of it jams up behind the presser plate and just gets crushed not 'riced' ... It's a Boat Anchor as far as I'm concerned .. find us a better one Kitchen Contraptions ... the funnel's no good for this purpose either ... you don't want it fine and you do want the skin to get through albiet in small pieces. jccampb


Posted by: John C. Campbell III at February 19, 2007 8:47 PM
Post a comment









Remember personal info?




Please enter the letter "i" in the field below:
Please press Post only once. Submission of comments takes up to 20 seconds because of Spam Filtering.

Join the Mailing List Mailing List
Enter your Email

Subscribe - RSS

facebook_badge.jpg twitter_badge.jpg

Recent Comments
Cathy: Does anyone know where i can purchase this for delivery read more
Dattatray Shirke : Require French fries maker read more
Amanda: How much is this to ship to Canada? read more
Gareth: where do I get them from and how much? read more
Linda: Where to by the Boogie Woogie salt and pepper shakers, read more

Visit our other properties at Blogpire.com!

FoodPire

This weblog is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
All items Copyright © 1999-2015 Blogpire Productions. Please read our Disclaimer and Privacy Policy