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Rice potatoes and other cooked foods with the RSVP International 13.5-in. Endurance Potato Ricer. Whether you're straining cooked pears through the sieve to make baby food for your little one or squeezing the water out of sliced potatoes as you prepare to cook hash browns, you'll get plenty of use out of this specialty kitchen item. This handy gadget can also squeeze the liquid out of green leafy vegetables you're preparing for use in a quiche, salad or sauté, or you can use it to break up cold butter for use in recipes that call for butter that isn't warmed up. You can even use your potato ricer to prepare gnocchi and experiment with Italian recipes in your kitchen. The device comes with two interchangeable plates with medium and coarse hole sizes, so you have an option when pushing items through to break them into small pieces. A pot extension has three notches to let you easily hook the ricer onto a pot for use during the cooking process. The convenient handles are easy to use, so you can quickly strain or mash many items in succession, and the green stripe on the white plastic housing gives the device a modern look that fits in with most kitchen décor. As long as you don't overfill it, you will get consistent results time after time, and the 4-inch head gives you plenty of room. This device is dishwasher safe, making cleanup easier.
This is my first experience with a potato ricer but I had done a lot of research before purchasing this one and I was not disappointed! Once you use a ricer you will never use a mixer on potatoes again! Easy to clean and use!
This is the first potatoe ricer I have ever used. It was recommended by American's Test Kitchen. It works really well. I'm not very strong and I have small hands so I find that if I only partially fill the hopper it is much easier to use.
Product works well. The amount that it holds could be larger but all and all it works fine. Ir comes with an additional larger hole metal plate as well. The product does not come with any instructions.
Have tried other ricers made of metal. Very difficult to squeeze handles as they hurt my hands and were slippery as well. This ricer is comfortable and easy to load and squeeze.
I'm telling all my friends......
I SAW THIS ON AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN AND IT LOOKED VERY EASY TO USE. I BAKED THE POTATOES THOROUGHLY; PEELED THEM; AND CUT INTO SMALL PIECES; PLACED A COUPLE OF PIECES AT A TIME INTO THE RICER AND COULD NOT PUSH THE TWO ARMS TOGETHER. THE POTATOES WERE JAMMED UP AGAINST THE SCREEN. I CHANGED THE SCREEN TO THE LARGE HOLES AND STILL HAD THE SAME PROBLEM. I ASKED MY HUSBAND TO COME AND TRY TO FORCE THE POTATOES THROUGH THE RICER AND HE COULDN'T MAKE IT WORK EITHER. I'm GOING BACK TO MY OLD STAINLESS STEEL ONE THAT IS DIFFICULT IN ITS OWN RIGHT.
I like how this ricer allows you to direct where the riced potato will fall. Unlike my old basket ricer that would squirt potato's all over the work space. The larger of the two different sized screens make spatzle easy.