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MO+M Potato Ricer

A couple years ago, I saw Martha Stewart use a potato ricer on her show and I had never heard of such a kitchen gadget before and I saw how her mashed potatoes were beautifully whipped and lump free all by using a ricer.
So when I got the opportunity to review the MO+M kitchen ricer, I was a bit surprised with the size because it was quite large. But the good thing is, It did not hurt my hand to squeeze out the potato and I was relieved because since my car accident, my hand became quite sensitive and a bit arthritic and I had no problems using the ricer.
I like that the ricer comes with 3 stainless steel strainer disks and the whole product is easy to clean either by hand or in the dishwasher.

Here's a little something I learned or you may know already. I decided not to peel and boil my potato at all. What I did was I took a medium red skinned potato, rinsed it then slit it with a knife like an equator and baked it in the microwave for 4-5 minutes. I made sure the potato was soft and not mushy, then I waited a bit for it to cool down, then I peeled the skin right off. I cut it in 3 parts and tested the different strainers.

My results were potatoes that looked like rice, potatoes that looked like hash browns, and potatoes that looked like pasta. I loved it and it was so easy to do.
For the purpose of this review, I placed all the different strains and mashed them together with salt and pepper, butter and some fat free milk.

All I can say was wow! and how I will not be buying box potato flakes any longer after using this ricer. My daughter loved my creamy mashed potatoes and so did I. This product claims it's great for making baby food but since there are no babies in my home I will just use it for potatoes and sauces like applesauce and pear sauce and guacamole. I could do a little or as much as I need.

Here are some pictures of the MO+M ricer and the results of my yummy mashed potatoes. I can't wait to do apple sauce next and I will be searching for more ricer recipes online, that's how much I really like this product.

Overall a great product, though I wish it was a bit smaller but still, it works fantastic!
I received this product for testing and review purposes at a discounted price.

Where to Find it: Amazon
Price: $10.95