How to Grate Potatoes in a Blender: No More Wrist Pain

If you’ve ever found yourself in a situation where you need to grate potatoes but don’t have a grater, never fear! You can quickly grate potatoes in a blender. Follow these seven simple steps, and you’ll have perfectly grated potatoes quickly.

How to Grate Potatoes in a Blender: Step-by-Step

Grate potatoes in a blender

Step 1: gather your supplies.

Before you begin grating your potatoes, it is crucial to have the right supplies. It includes a blender, a grater, and of course, potatoes.

Step 2: cut the potatoes into small pieces.

If you want to make your potatoes a little more manageable, try cutting them into small pieces. First, you need to make sure you have a sharp knife. Second, you cut the potatoes into small pieces. It’s easy to do and only takes a few minutes. Plus, it makes them easier to blend evenly.

Step 3: add the potatoes to the blender.

After cutting the potatoes into small pieces, it’s time to add them to the blender. Once the potatoes are in the blender, don’t forget to add some liquid (water or milk works fine) so they can blend properly. Otherwise, you’ll end up with a very thick and pasty mixture.

Step 4: add some liquids.

When properly blending potatoes, don’t forget to add some liquid. Water or milk works fine; adding the right amount of liquid will help your potatoes blend properly. Too little liquid will make your potatoes chunky and difficult to blend. Too much, and they’ll be watery and runny. So find that happy medium, add some liquid, and blend away!

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Step 5: blend the potatoes on a high setting.

You need to blend the potatoes and do it on a high setting. High settings will cause the blender blades to spin faster and simultaneously turn the potatoes into liquid. It is the best way to ensure that your potatoes are blended properly and evenly.

Step 6: Ready to use it

You can use the potato grater for much more potato recipes. Now you can make mashed potatoes, potato pancakes, potato dumplings, twice-baked potatoes, potato soup, and potato salad.

It’s quick and easy to use and produces consistent results every time. Plus, clean-up is a breeze since no messy pots or pans exist.

Step 7: Storing your grated potatoes

When storing your grated potatoes, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.

First, make sure they are cooled completely before storing them. Warm potatoes will start to turn brown and will not last as long.

It’s also essential to ensure your potatoes are dehydrated before storing them. If they’re even slightly damp, they’ll start to spoil quickly. To dry them off, spread them out on a towel and let them air dry for a few minutes.

Second, if you use a plastic bag to store them, squeeze all the air out so they don’t oxidize. You can also keep your grated potatoes in an airtight container & glass jar.

Finally, storing potatoes in a cool, dark place like the fridge or freezer would be best. You can store potatoes in an airtight container, glass jar, or plastic bag in the refrigerator.

If you follow these simple tips, your grated potatoes will last up to a week.

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A blender is not just for making smoothies and milkshakes. You can also use it to grate potatoes, which is relatively easy if you know the correct method. We have discussed potato selection, grater making, and storage methods here.

After reading this, I hope you will not have any questions about grating potatoes in a blender. If so, please let me know by commenting.

Sergio Perez
About the author

I'm Sergio Perez, a food and juice lover from Atlantic Ocean, New Jersey. I love trying new things, especially when it comes to juice. I also have a passion for juicing and believe that it's one of the best things you can do for your health. If you want to make delicious and healthy juices and learn about juicers then you have come to the right place.

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