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Stainless Steel Mash Potato Ricer

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Stainless Steel Mash Potato Ricer

SKU: 57319

Availability: In stock

No matter how much you mash your potatoes, lumps can still remain. Now there is an easier way and it's one used by most professional chefs. In a busy kitchen there is no time to spend wasting minutes with a potato masher and that's why top chefs choose a product like our Stainless Steel Potato Ricer instead. A ricer is quick and easy to use and ensures the smoothest creamiest mashed potato possible with absolutely no lumps.

Place small broken up pieces in the ricer for best results.

Dismantles for easy cleaning.

Measures 27cm long.

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Why Buy
  • Easy to clean.
  • Measures 27cm (10 1/2) long.
  • Reviews

    Customer Reviews

    dreadful - wish I had read these first! Review by keturah-ann

    used 3 times on well cooked potatoes and was very careful to use as it said - it sheared apart at the joint and broke and that was that!!!!

    (Posted on 22/11/2014)

    Dear Keturah-ann

    Thanks you for your review.

    We take customer satisfaction very seriously and are concerned that you were disappointed with your purchase.

    A member of our customer services team will be in touch with you shortly.

    Betterware Quality Department

    Very poor Review by Margaret Ramsey

    Don't have mashed potato that often and so have only used this about half a dozen times at most. In the process of mashing potatoes the flat pressing disc came off completely rendering the whole thing worse than useless.

    (Posted on 12/07/2012)

    Dire not fit for purpose Review by J Daniel

    This was a gift. On the second time of using it twisted out of shape and is unusable. It is not strong enough to rice potatoes-
    I had only half filled the ricer and potatoes well cooked, finished potatoes by hand. I was concerned about the quality on the first use, suggest you withdraw this product from sale.

    (Posted on 28/06/2012)