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  • Piping Nozzles for potato, bit confused

    Have seen these on amazon, does anyone have them and can tell me if they are what I want? They need to be big for piping mashed potato

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Faringdon-Pl...ef=pd_sim_kh_2

    I am also not sure if I need one of these to use with them

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dexam-178411..._bxgy_kh_img_c

    Have been googling for ages but cant find the info, hopefully someone on here will know. TIA
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    I have no idea but googled "icing coupler" and found this so I think you need it to attach the nozzles to.

    http://www.ehow.com/how_2057748_use-icing-bag.html
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    • #3
      http://www.lakeland.co.uk/profession...s/product/2233

      I've seen these in lakeland, but not got them for icing as I thought they looked a bit large. They are probably close to the mashed potato size that you are looking for...

      You'll need some sort of thingy (a coupler?) to fix the nozzles to the bag for a more secure fit. I have no idea if the faringdons ones are the right size for what you are looking for - a problem with internet shopping that you can't actually guage the size of some things very well.
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      • #4
        Hi, as a professional chef, I would say that you probably only need the largest of the serrated nozzles. The coupling attachment is not really necessary, but may be useful if you want to change nozzles while the bag still has some mixture left. For decorating cakes, for example, you would probably change the nozzle several times to create different patterns with Royal Icing.
        I would make sure that the nozzle fits tightly in the bag - you don't want the tip to fall out when you apply pressure!
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        • #5
          OOH, no lakeland! can get lost on that website! ah, never mind, off I go

          Ok, thannks for the advice so I prob dont need one for mashed potato purposes! But brill to know, thanks
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