A special steel food mill, which is operated by a hand crank to make purees, sauces, dips, etc.
a great gift for the kitchen, it looks good on the shelf and prepares many foods better than a blender or food processor can
a hand-crank machine that forces the food through small holes in a sieve
A kitchen utensil used to mash cooked food such as potatoes or soups. By using a hand-turned paddle to force food through a strainer plate at the bottom, skin, seeds, and fibre are removed.
A kitchen utensil best described as a mechanical sieve. It has a hand-turned paddle that forces food through a strainer plate at the bottom, thereby removing skin, seeds and fiber. Some food mills come equipped with several interchangeable plates with small, medium and large holes.