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Potato ricer substitute.

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Quick question. I'm planning on making gnocchi but I currently do not own a potato ricer or a food mill. What is the best way to prepare the potatoes with out either of these two devices?
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Press the potatoes through a sieve a with the back of a large spoon. Sturdy metal colanders with holes only will also work. Probably not any plastic ones.

You'll want a sturdy sieve that is well supported.
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Push the cooked potato flesh through a sieve -- medium-fine or fine will work well.

:lol: It must be the right advice if we both said it at the same time.
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