However, reading through the information, I found out that the Masha actually gently squeezes the potato through the outer holes, or mesh. It has no blade and works at a low speed, so yes, you can even get your kids to use it. It is also designed to be easy to use for arthritis sufferers and the older generation. It is also a nice sleek, compact design, so it easily fits into a drawer or cupboard.
Want to try something a bit different with your Masha? Here is a little creation of mine my family love... even my kids!!
Masha Spinach Dip Recipe
250g packet frozen spinach
200g tub light Sour Cream
125g can Creamed Corn
40g sachet French Onion Soup
1/2 cup mayonnaise (Whole Egg works best)
1-2 T Gherkin Relish (to taste)
Thaw the spinach, and squeeze excess liquid out.
Place all your ingredients into a large bowl.
Then use your Masha and blend the mixture together.
Place into a serving bowl and serve with crackers and crudites of your choice.
As a final note to this review, I would like to mention that I think it is such a handy and effective kitchen appliance I have already bought one for friends as an engagement gift, and there are some birthdays coming up I also plan on giving Masha's for. Now if that isn't a great testimonial I don't know what is ;-)
Cheers, Monique xx
Disclaimer: I received a Masha to review and create a recipe with. I was not paid for this post, and any opinions expressed are my own.