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    Mashing Potatoes with a Food Mill

    Anyone tried this? I got an Oxo GoodGrips food mill for Christmas and was thinking about using it for the mashed potatoes tonight.

    #2
    I have Chinois but, I think I want a food mill at some point. Here is a good article though y0u may enjoy. I’ve kept it bookmarked.
    https://www.seriouseats.com/should-y...cer-it-depends
    Last edited by Richard Chrz; December 25, 2021, 12:52 PM.

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    • rickgregory
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      Beat me to it, that article is very good.

    #3
    Depends on how you like them. Those things are great if you like the steakhouse mash thats almost a puree. If you like a little bit of chunk then id skip.

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      #4
      We have a food mill and I may try to convince my wife to use it today, she usually uses a potato masher and she likes to add milk and butter to her potatoes. We are cooking a small Turkey today in the oven with dressing, I would sooner smoke it.

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      • smokin fool
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        Yup.
        Along with milk and butter we add twoish tablespoons of sour cream to bum it up a notch

      #5
      I use a ricer, love it.

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        #6
        To us homemade mashed potatoes needs lumps so we continue to hand mash or rice the potatoes. To each their own so enjoy.

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        • smokin fool
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          Agreed, I like my mashed with some chunks, y'know something you can bite into.
          The rest of the ingrates you'd swear all had broken jaws and need to suck them thru a straw.

        • Richard Chrz
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          I love being called an ingrate. Nothing more Merry on Christmas…. Lol.

        #7
        I prefer hand mashed. A bit more rustic, a little less fussy.

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          #8
          The food mill worked really well and my wife loved the texture while I tend to prefer the hand mashed texture. Also, a lot easier to clean a hand masher than a food mill. Good thing I didn't get the food mill specifically for mashed potatoes. :-)

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