The Best Little Propresser Garlic Press – Review
Garlic is not only great to cook with, it’s also good for you in many ways, but when it comes to chopping and mincing garlic. . .ain’t nobody got time for that! That is exactly why the Propresser Garlic Press by Orblue is a gem and should be in every cook’s kitchen.
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The Propresser Professional Garlic Press by Orblue is crafted from stainless steel, and just holding it your hand, you can feel the quality and craftsmanship. It is sturdy and comes out of the box nice and shiny. . .and if you know me, I like shiny things. But enough about sparkles and glitter. . .
Propresser Garlic Press Review
Let’s get down to the facts. The compartment that holds the garlic clove is big enough to handle the largest cloves you can find. The handles feel really comfortable in my small hands, so they should feel good for any size hands.
Are you tired of chopping garlic? My old method of mincing garlic includes peeling the skin, and using a chef knife and a little kosher salt. Tedious. I tried the Propresser Garlic Press first with a peeled clove of garlic and the results were great. Much quicker than the old method. I was left with perfectly minced garlic without added salt.
Next, I tried it with an unpeeled clove and guess what? The results were even better. The garlic comes out minced perfectly, and the peel is separated so you can just toss it away. This eliminates another step towards fresh minced garlic. You don’t need very much pressure as you do with other garlic presses on the market. This one is easy to squeeze and I don’t feel as if I am try to crack a Brazil nut. Don’t think I will develop any callouses from using the Propresser Garlic Press.
Watch as I show you how it works.
This utensil will definitely make cooking a lot easier since I won’t have to spend 3-5 minutes crushing and chopping garlic. Now I just heat my oil and I use the Propresser Garlic Press right over the skillet. One and done!
The Propresser Garlic Press is definitely worth a try and worth the price, especially for you culinary enthusiasts.
What is your favorite method for chopping garlic? Are you interested in trying the Propresser? Share your thoughts.
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