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A kitchen utensil used for ricing soft foods by extrusion through small holes.
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(Cookery) a kitchen utensil with small holes through which cooked potatoes and similar soft foods are pressed to form a coarse mash
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(ˈraɪ sər)

an implement for ricing cooked potatoes, squash, etc., by pressing them through small holes.
[1895–1900, Amer.]
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Noun1.ricer - a kitchen utensil used for ricing soft foods by extruding them through small holesricer - a kitchen utensil used for ricing soft foods by extruding them through small holes
kitchen utensil - a utensil used in preparing food
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n (esp US Cook) → Kartoffelpresse f
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l If you don't have a ricer, you can push the cooked potatoes through a sieve using the back of a ladle to get the same effect.
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Fish Pie For the mashed potato 1kg red skin potatoes 50g butter 100g cream 100g egg yolk For the filling 500ml chicken or fish stock 250g cod loin, diced 200g naturally smoked haddock, diced 400g fresh mussels 1 onion, diced 2 sticks celery, diced 2 leeks, washed and diced 50g butter 50g flour Finely grated zest of 1 lemon Small bunch of parsley Bake the potatoes in the oven until soft Remove the flesh from the skins and place into a potato ricer to remove any lumps Heat the cream and butter before beating it into the mash Beat in the egg yolks, place into a piping bag and set to one side Place the mussels into a saucepan with 1/2 sliced onion and 1 crushed clove of garlic.
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Sister Carol Keehan, president and chief executive of ricer of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, which was a backer of the Affordable Care Act, also praised the announcement, saying it protected the religious liberty and conscience rights of Catholic institutions.
'Morgeot Vigne Blanche' Chateau de la Maltroye Burgundy, France 2003 For the potato wafers: 1 ldaho potato, peeled, sliced thinly on meat slicer and cut into 1-x-3-inch rectangles For the quenelles: 1 tablespoon canola oil 14 ounces morels, finely chopped 1 ldaho potato, baked, peeled and passed through a ricer 1 ounce almonds, toasted and finely chopped 8 chives, finely chopped 1 tablespoon almond oil Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste For the morel gelee: 2 quarts morel stock, reduced to 2 cups 2 ounces agar agar
Disney's chief financial of ricer, Jay Rasulo, complained last week that "advertisers and consumers are making their buying decisions at the last minute." But if Disney and its rivals continue their skittish behavior, why do they expect consumers and advertisers to display confidence?
I recently photographed an employee of the shelter, Humane Of ricer James Harrison, for Pat Miller's article about shelters in this issue (page 18).