- Designed to fit KitchenAid stand mixers
- Made in the USA
- Hand-washing recommended
- Includes large and small tubes
- Attaches easily to the KitchenAid food grinder attachment
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We went to Cabela's before purchasing the stuffer for our KitchenAid. We determined that to get a sausage/grinder/stuffer that would be better than the KitchenAid version we would have to buy the absolute top of the line commercial model for around $700. The lower end model's capacity is not that much bigger than the KitchenAid. If you already have the KitchenAid, might as well buy the grinder and sausage stuffer attachment because it works fine. We ground 15 pounds of venison with another 7 pounds of boston butt pork roast, mixed them together and then stuffed into summer sausage casings. Used Cabelas summer sausage making kit...smoked it in our grill...and it tastes better than Hickory Farms ;)
This is a replacement sausage stuffer attachment. I accidentally threw out the small part that allows the unit to set correctly on the grinder assembly. Also, do not over tighten, I cracked my first large sausage attachment. Other than that, it is easy to use and I have been able to make sausages that pleases all family and friends that taste them.
When I recieved the attachment I was a little leary, but, after collecting the casings,which my local butcher supplies at a very reasonal price, I attempted to proceed.I found that it is so easy ,I will be making more on a regular basis. Thank You
4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 91 ratings
94% of reviewers recommend this product
90% say this is a "good value"
As I said on my previous order of attachments, I'm on a body cleanse and weight loss program. So I'm not using my accessories but were so impressed with the items in the box. By the end of December or the begining of January, I should be finished and will get to use the attachments as well as the pasta attachment that I did not order yet. Great product.
I love the sausage stuffer. The instructions that came with it were a bit on the skimpy side. For example, it did not make clear that one needed to put the entire sausage casing over the extruder. It also said, "grease the stuffer." I greased the inside, but I suspect I needed to grease the outside so that the casing could slide off easily. But we had great sausages for breakfast. The next batch will be easier, and spicier. Thanks Cooking.com.
This device is a must-have attachment if you are going to make sausages with your Kitchen Aid. It's simply a trumpet shaped plastic tube for you to load on the casing for stuffing, but it's reasonably sturdy and easy enough to clean.
This is another plastic device which is somewhat useful for the amateur. It looks vaguely like the professional devices and is okay, by itself, but is limited by the very slow speed of the grinder mechanism of the Kitchenaid. A compromise for sure but its worth the money.