Fine setting is perfect for fluffy mashed potatoes, parsnips, carrots, turnips, gnocchi and more.
Medium setting is ideal for spaetzle, and pressing water out of cooked greens and the coarse setting is perfect for chunky applesauce, egg salad and pressing tomatoes for sauce.
Disks are attached so there is no need to go searching for extra parts when you want to adjust settings.
Brushed stainless steel ricer comes apart for easy cleaning and has soft, comfortable non-slip grips.
Grooved pot rest allows ricer to sit on bowls and pots.
Measures 11 3/4" x 5 3/4" x 5".
Top-rack dishwasher safe.
SKU # 40192246
Oxo Good Grips® Adjustable Potato RicerHi, I’m Melissa from OXO and today I’ll be demonstrating our easy to use, unique, 3-in-1 Adjustable Potato Ricer. This ricer makes it easy to switch between three settings: coarse, medium and fine, with a simple twist of the dial. The fine setting is perfect for fluffy mashed potatoes, baby purees and gnocchi. The medium setting is great for making späztle, or for pressing water out of cooked greens, and the coarse setting is ideal for recipes requiring a chunkier texture. This notch allows the ricer to rest securely on the side of a bowl or a pot. Let me demonstrate with a delicious, chunky applesauce. Using the coarse setting, add some cooked apples to the ricer, then simply squeeze the soft, non-slip handles together. Just look at the great, chunky texture. Next I’ll show you how to make fluffy mashed potatoes. For this you can use either the medium or the fine setting. Twist the dial to set it to your desired setting. I’ll start with the medium. Add some peeled, cut and cooked potatoes and squeeze the handles together. For even fluffier mashed potatoes, just adjust the dial to the fine setting. You can do this with food in the chamber. Just look at the fluffy texture. When you’re done, take the disk off and place the ricer in the top-rack of the dishwasher.
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