Sunday, November 23, 2014

Priority Chef Potato Ricer - Review

Priority Chef Potato Ricer
Priority Chef Potato Ricer
Raise your hand if you know what a potato ricer is.  Don't be ashamed.  Until just a few short weeks ago I did not either.  Maybe everyone else knows and I should be ashamed that I don't.  Either way, I certainly know what a potato ricer is now!

Potatoes are the one item that are always in my cabinet.  Our refrigerator and cabinets could be completely empty but there would definitely be a bag of potatoes in my house somewhere.  They are by far my favorite food.  Mashed potatoes, to be specific, are my favorite food.  I would eat them at every meal and not complain. I like smooth potatoes.  Do not even consider handing me some lumpy potatoes.  That's just's wrong I tell you!  Potatoes should be like little fluffy clouds floating down from Heaven and covered with thick flowing gravy.  Getting hungry aren't you??

I have tried everything to get perfectly smooth potatoes.  Potato mashers are so annoying and are a workout.  Beaters work fairly well but not perfectly.  I combine the two, pick out the remaining "chunky' parts and I am left with 97% smooth potatoes.  I recently received the opportunity to review the Priority Chef Potato Ricer.  After I read the description I was very excited to try this product out.  I could see a future with 100% fluffy potatoes that involved much less work.  I was in!

Once the ricer arrived I was ready to try it out.  I boiled my potatoes as usual, when boiling potatoes I normally cut them in half. I have found that this cuts down on the amount of time that it takes to cook them and also makes for easier mashing.  Once the potatoes had cooled some I added 1/2 of a potato to the ricer and closed the top.  It works in the same manner as a garlic press.  You simply press the handles together and the mashed potato comes out of the bottom.  It is perfectly mashed and fluffy. No lumps or clumps.  They are perfect. It is really efforts less! And it is a breeze to clean up.

This doesn't only work for potatoes.  It also works on egg yolks for deviled eggs.  I have found that it is a great tool to allow the children to help during the busy and hectic cooking times of the holiday season.  It is also perfect for making home made baby food.  Any fresh vegetable can be steamed or boiled and added to the ricer to make your own baby food.  This is a wonderful way to not only save money but to also allow you to know exactly what is going into your baby's food. 

This ricer has been a wonderful addition to my kitchen.  It has made cooking easier and has even allowed the kids to get involved and have fun helping.  If you are interested in purchasing this product you may visit their Amazon listing by clicking here.

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