RSVP International Potato Ricer

RSVP International Potato Ricer

Item #: 053796300236
The RSVP International Potato ricer was picked as Cook's Illustrated magazine's top choice for potato ricers.

This handy and versatile potato ricer will help you create fluffy, lump-free mashed potatoes and can also assist in making baby food, applesauce, or spaetzle. The contoured, heavy-duty plastic handles are comfortable to use, and an added pot extension holds the ricer steady over most pots. The ricer comes with two stainless steel plates, one for a medium grain and one for a coarse grain. The cleanup is easy, as all parts are dishwasher safe. Ricer measures 13.5" L x 4" W x 4.5" H; Plates measure 3.25" x 3.25".

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  1. 100 out of 100
    Wonderful ricer

    Reviewed on by Patsy

    • Your Rating
      5 Star (Excellent!)
    • Your Review

      Recently, on a t.v. cooking program, the chef described his preference for " lots of eggs" in his potato salad. During preparation, he used a stainless steel ricer to smoosh the hard-boiled eggs into his mixture. Since I am trying to perfect my potato salad, I went to our local store. I had a choice of three ricers. This one had positive reviews, was small and washable and very affordable. It works great! Plus I have developed a new, single serving method for an egg salad sandwich. This afternoon, it will move onward to the potato salad challenge. Quick and easy. Everyone should have one of these!

    Customer Service Response
    Replied on: Friday, January 22, 2016

    We are so glad you are enjoying your ricer! Thank you for reviewing it!

  2. Great value, works very well

    Reviewed on by Angus

    • Your Review

      I bought this after seeing that Cooks Illustrated rated it a top pick. Once I used it, I gave away my much more expensive all metal ricer, which didn't work nearly as well. This is a very well thought out device and is not only easier to use, it is more efficient and less messy. And of course, it makes nice and fluffy mashed potatoes. For $15 bucks, you have to pick one up.

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