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Any backyard barbecue lover will tell you that the key to making the best burgers on the block is to pre-season the beef and grind your own meat. This way you control the flavor, as well as the coarseness of texture and fat content. Countertop grinders are great, but hand cranking is exhausting and electric grinders are a waste of space and hard to clean. The KitchenAid® Food Grinder Attachment is the perfect tool to bridge the gap and make grinding meat both fast and easy. The attachment easily mounts onto the power hub of any KitchenAid stand mixer and allows you to coarsely or finely grind any type of meat for making burgers, sausages, stews, sauces and meat loaf. It also works wonders as a grinder for harder cheeses such as parmesan, Manchego or pecorino, as well as for grinding fresh vegetables for salsas, sauces and soups. The included stomper makes it easy to feed the grinder while keeping your hands safely above the feeder.
Best Used For:
Burgers, sausage, meat loaf, meatballs, bread crumbs, cheeses and vegetable purees.
Why We Love It:
Because grinding your own beef for homemade burgers is healthier, fresher and far more fun than buying prepackaged frozen patties.
For grinding everything from raw meat for fresh burgers to hard bread for bread crumbs
Transforms your KitchenAid stand mixer into a versatile food grinder that uses the power of the motor to help you tackle a variety of tasks
Power hub-mounted attachment includes stomper and removable coarse and fine grinder plates
I first thought that grinding meat was a big deal, it's not. This grinder works great I love it! The only thing that you have to make shure is that the ring that holds the grinding plate it place is not too tight.This will put exsessive stran on the motor. I put it on just untill it stops and no more, because the auger is pushing the meat aganst the plate with alot of presher and keeps the ring tight. Makeing the ring too tight will most likely burn up the motor in your mixer. I hope that this helps anyone who has had this problem.
its a very nice grinder but the tray is a little small and makes you work harder than you should have to but would buy it again for the price and ease. Makes the mixer get warm if use for a while but worked great for 5 lbs of meat. Recommend freezing the meat for 35-45 mnutes before use.
I bought a Kitchen-aid stand mixer because of the accessories. It replaced a 30 yr old Oster Kitchen Center. This grinder worked better than the Oster. I love the fact it has 2 choices for grinds, fine & coarse. I used it to make ham salad, but I plan on making my own ground meat for burgers very soon!
Worth investment if your'e looking to grind your own meats or vegetables at nominal cost. Cutter is designed well so that it cuts on either side (eliminates concern of properly installing). Could use a third (middle) extruder plate between coarse and fine, but simply running through a second time on either plate will suffice. Important to follow instructions to partially freeze 1" or 2" strips or chunks prior to grinding. Only concern is running mixer more than 10 of 15 minutes. It heats up noticeably. Attachment should be used for moderate grinding of 2-4 lbs per session. Cleans up nicely, have yet to put dishwasher-safe parts in dishwasher.
Grinding my own meats makes it simple to know what the product actually is. No mechanically extracted meats added by the grocery chain in our food. This helps me to control the quality of the foods we eat. I found that strips of beef need to be very lean cuts and partially frozen to be sure the knife can cut through the sinew. Chicken breasts nearly frozen are a snap to grind. Very good quality and will be a huge cost savings over a very short period of time, especially when entertaining large dinner parties.
I love my food grinder. I have already used this attachment for grinding a chuck roast into some of the best ground chuck I have ever had Yum! Yum! the grinder is so very easy to clean. My husband also gives this product a thumbs up. They suggest to use partially frozen meat and I will try this next time. I was very happy with the results using this food grinder. I'm eager to try ham salad next.
I just ground my first 4 lbs of beef chuck and am very happy with this versatile attachment. I was pleased to learn that most of the pieces are dishwasher safe, too. It's going to be great being able to grind my own lean meats when I take advantage of sale prices.
I've always wanted this attachment but hesitated because I didn't think I'd use it often enough. But then a great butcher moved into my neighborhood. Now I can get the cuts of meat I want to make burgers of various kinds and patés and terrines. It's my new favorite kitchen tool, easy to attach and detach and clean.
The meat grinder works great. It's easy to hook up to the mixer and comes apart easily for cleaning.The instructions recommended freezing the meat first to make it easier to grind, which we did. We used chuck steak to grind into hamburgers. The burgers were very tender and flavorful.
I have tried the grinder twice now with sirloin and then with chuck roast and tried both size grinding plates and the burgers had a very undesirable consistency. I am disappointed in this product and wouldn't recommend it in spite of what Cooks Illustrated said.