Masha Official Electric Potato Masher Hand Blender 3-in-1 Multi Tool Blends Purees Whisks | Immersion Mixer | Perfectly Blends & Purees Baby Food

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Masha Electric Potato Masher by SENSIO HOME

Mashed potato is so much more delicious when it’s smooth and lump-free, and the Masha is an electric potato masher that gets perfect results in as little as 20 seconds. Incredibly versatile, not only is the Masha great for potatoes, it can also mash up other food items, and is quick and easy to clean, too.

More Than Just Mash

A versatile piece of kit, the Masha is great for more than just potatoes. Using simple on/off controls, it is also brilliant for hummus, guacamole and baby food, requiring little effort, and making this gadget a must have kitchen accessory, whatever kind of food you’re preparing.

Exclusive Aerating Blade

To make even more use of your Masha, this one comes with an exclusive aerator attachment that is perfect for making light, fluffy meringues, cake mixtures, batters and whipped cream in seconds.

Easy To Clean

When you’ve finished with it, the Masha is really easy to clean. The foot just clicks off and can be popped straight in the dishwasher.

The Hand Blender You Need

Beautiful potatoes aren’t that easy to create.... unless you have a Masha Immersion Blender. Then it literally takes seconds to whip up lovely mash.

It’s brilliant because you don’t have to stand over your mash tirelessly working out every single lump ever again.

A Life Changing Multi-Tool

This isn’t hyperbole. Hundreds of reviewers have raved about the ability to blend up so much more than mash.

Whether you’re looking to make homemade baby food, soft veggies, sauces, eggs, cakes, or whipped cream our stick blender is designed to handle it all.

As User-Friendly As It Gets

Unlike traditional food processors, you don’t have a ton of moving parts to worry about. There’s only the stick, perforated foot, and plastic blade.

All you need to do for clean up is rinse the detached head under the tap and place it in the dishwasher. It couldn’t be any simpler.

Engineered to perform, Masha by SENSIO HOME is the must-have kitchen appliance of today

The Masha had to be simple to operate and effortless to use. So we created a forward biased non-slip handgrip with balanced weight distribution and a perfectly positioned button. This means it places less strain on your wrist and always feels comfortable to hold.

Thanks to patented ROTOR-CONE technology, the Masha uses a low speed rotor force mash through an outer mesh, which in turn produces mash with a perfect consistency with no lumps in just seconds!

Using patented technology, the rotor blade pushes food through the perforated foot without crushing the starch in potatoes, meaning mash stays lovely and light.


Great for Baby Food and Puree

Start with mashing single vegetables to find out what your baby likes, such as buttternut squash or sweet potato, and then try mixing flavours together. Make batches and freeze in ice cube trays. Not only is the masha good for vegetables, but it is also great at mashing stewed fruit.

Recipe Ideas for MASHA (More Recipes in the Instruction Manual)


For a delicious hummus, drain 1 x 400g tin of chickpeas and place in a bowl, add a crushed garlic clove, 2tbsp tahini paste, juice of half a lemon and 6 tbsp good olive oil. Using the masha, simply mash till the required consistency is achieved. Serve with hot pitta bread on the side.


Guacamole is delicious when made fresh and is so easy. Serve it with Fajitas, Nachos or just for dipping. Scrape the flesh from 2-3 ripe Avocado and add to a bowl. Add 1 small crushed garlic clove, ½ small red onion finely chopped and 1/2 red chilli finely chopped. Using the masha, mash the ingredients together until thoroughly combined.

Yorkshire pudding

Yorkshire pudding is a great accompaniment for Sunday roast, but getting them to rise well is always a fear; follow this for a fool proof recipe. Using a 12 hole muffin tray, pour a little oil in each hole and heat in oven at 210°C, add 150g plain flour to a bowl and add in 4 beaten free range eggs. Using the masha start to mix together and slowly add 200mls of milk and continue to mix with the masha, until completely lump free and you can see lots of air bubbles. Season with salt and pepper. Remove the muffin tin from the oven and pour the batter evenly into the holes, cook for 20-25 minutes until risen and browned.


For no-fuss pastry, combine 225g plain flour and 100g cold diced butter (use half lard if preferred) and a good pinch of salt. Using the masha, mash the butter and flour together until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Remove the masha and add 3-4 tbsp. of cold water and mix using a fork until the pastry comes together. If it is a little dry add another teaspoon of water, roll the pastry into a ball and wrap in cling film. Chill for 30 minutes before using in your recipe.


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