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ricer

Syllabification: ric·er
Pronunciation: /ˈrīsər
 
/

Definition of ricer in English:

noun

North American
A utensil with small holes through which boiled potatoes or other soft food can be pushed to form particles of a similar size to grains of rice.
Example sentences
  • Put the potatoes through a potato ricer or mouli and leave to cool.
  • Pass peeled potatoes through a food mill or a potato ricer into bowl.
  • Remove from heat and transfer potatoes to a food mill fitted with fine blade, or a potato ricer.

Words that rhyme with ricer

de-icer, dicer, enticer, gricer, paise, pricer, slicer, splicer

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