The lovely people at Wordstorm gave me this handy little mashing thingo to review.
Here’s what the people that made it say:
The Masha uses patented Rotor Cone technology to gently squeeze potato through an outer mesh. The result is restaurant quality, smooth creamy mash in seconds.
My husband used it to make the creamiest pumpkin soup and then it was my turn to have a play. I decided to make Gnocci. For the first time ever.
When I used the Masha to make Gnocci, I wasn’t initially convinced of it’s awesomeness, because bits of potato were getting stuck in behind the blades and not mashing. However, I have since learnt that I was not using it properly. To stop bits of stuff getting stuck in behind the blades, you have to keep the Masha on and spinning while lifting it up out of the mash. Mashing in an up and down motion and not just on the down. Problem fixed. On my second try I mashed pumpkin and sweet potato for muffins. Perfection.
The thing my husband likes best about this is that the plastic blade comes off so it is so much easier to clean than a stick blender.
What I like about it is that mashing anything now takes mere seconds.
I don’t know if I would buy one myself, because I didn’t know I needed it. But now that I have it, I am not giving it away to anyone. So I think it would make a great gift.
At the moment it is only $49 at Harvey Norman and $68 at Big W, Which is a huge difference. Shop around.
For more info and some video check out the website http://www.prepstore.com.au/
I received the Masha to review and keep. No money was offered or accepted for this review. All words and opinions are my own.