Tired of working up a sweat over lumpy mashed potatoes? Maybe the time has come for a Masha, an electric hand held mashing device that makes light work of one of the kitchens most manual jobs.
Using patented technology the Masha gets to work on potatoes and even pastry at the flick of a switch.
How does Masha work?
Masha is like a motorised version of a ricer. Using a low speed polymer rotary blade it pushes ingredients out through an outer mesh. This is the special patented bit.
The gentle combination makes for smoother mashing process, avoiding the risk of the familiar glutinous mass that can happen from overworking boiled potatoes.
See what it can do:
What's Masha good for?
Masha isn't just for potatoes, it also makes light work of blending vegetables like sweet potatoes, parsnips and butternut squash, as well as being great for use in recipes like guacamole, hummus, pastry and crumble.
Sound like your kind of thing? Masha can be ordered online for $39.99 on Amazon.
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