Saturday, November 15, 2014

PriorityChef Potato Ricer Review

The PriorityChef Potato Ricer and Masher is definitely a kitchen tool, I should have had in my kitchen a long time ago. 
It's versatile and can be used for many different vegetables or fruits.  I can serve mashed cauliflower,  potatoes,  carrots,  and so much more. It's the perfect kitchen tool for single servings and making baby food, or even family dishes. 
It's very easy to use. Just place the food into the chamber, set it over a bowl or pot. It features a non slip silicone hanging knob, so that you can safely rest it over bowl with out those scratching sounds, or slipping.  Then squeeze the handles together and the food is pushed through the holes. It's also very easy to clean and is dishwasher safe. 

The handles has a nonslip silicone top, so that your able to get a good, comfortable grip without slidding.

When I first got the potato ricer, I couldn't believe the size of of the chamber, it's HUGE! The craftsmanship is excellent,  it's durable and is built to last and never break or bend on you, cause it's built with a high quality stainless steel.

This is definitely a must have kitchen tool. The traditional way of mashing taters is extremely hard and takes so much time and work, the PriorityChef Potato Ricer is effortless and so easy to use. It pretty much does a the work for you. All it takes is a gentle press!

Right now you can save 10.98 on your purchase, making it $23.97 on Amazon.  Prime Members can get it it 2 days. So if your interested, hop on over to Amazon and pick up the Potato Ricer & Masher by PriorityChef it would also make a perfect gift for any new mom or Christmas gift for any cook.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. I hate mashing potatoes it is always such a chore, but this sounds like it would make that chore a lot easier. And I like how it works for other things besides potatoes. I'm going to have to pick one of these up for sure.