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KitchenAid FGA Food Grinder
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- Includes Stomper, Coarse and Fine Plates for Grinding Meat, Firm Fruits and Vegetables
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Make your KitchenAid stand mixer more versatile with this white KitchenAid food grinder attachment. Easy to assemble, attach and clean, it comes with fine and coarse plates, a stomper and a wrench. Fine plate grinds raw or cooked meat for spreads, as well as fresh or dried bread for crumbs. Coarse plate grinds raw or cooked meat, firm vegetables, dried fruits and cheese. Made in USA.
From the Manufacturer
KitchenAid Food Grinder
Transform your KitchenAid Stand Mixer into a versatile food grinder that uses the power of the motor to help you tackle a variety of tasks. The coarse grinding plate is great for grinding raw meats for burgers or meatloaf and combining ingredients for homemade salsa, while the fine grinding plate quickly grates hard cheeses and helps you make bread crumbs.
Stainless steel grinding plates grind meat, vegetables, cheese and more.
Easy to use, easy to clean and designed to work with all models of KitchenAid Stand Mixers.
Coarse plate, fine plate and food pusher (not pictured). Fine plate grinds meats and dried breads, coarse plate grinds firm vegetables and cheeses.
Keep it Simple
Simply attach to the multipurpose attachment hub of the stand mixer and begin processing. Clean grinding plates with warm, soapy water. All other parts are dishwasher safe.
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Top Customer Reviews
... and couldn't be happier with the choice. From the reviews in this website it is implied the grinder would contaminate your meat, that would be extremely messy to clean, and that it would be tricky to have it perform properly. I think I missed something. Instructions were very simple and it just worked great. Yes, after grinding 4 lbs of lean beef the blade had some fat caught caught on it, but by no means it stopped working or had to be cleaned halfway. The black "contaminant" people refer to is in reality burnt/melted fat... the grinder will get hot after about grinding for a while, but this is just the mixer shaft heating up and transferring heat to the grinder axle. To avoid this you should have your meat COLD before starting grinding. Try it and you will see no black residue whatsoever. This is not a limitation of the grinder, it is a limitation of any "kitchen sized" grinder. Even a manual grinder will grind a lot better if the meat is cold to the point of being partly frozen. If you don't like this, then don't try to grind at home; or buy a commercial grade grinder and see it occupy your whole kitchen countertop.Read more ›
My wife picked up four roasts for the freezer. I trimmed the fat from one (surprisingly little) and made hamburgers for a meal and a gallon of meat sauce for about $4.50 in meat cost. I double grind using the small plate. The burger is juicy with no grease puddle left after panfrying. I grind in some fat for flavor and juice. The plates and cutter appear to be made of stainless, which I clean in the silverware tray. If you own the mixer, get the grinder. I just ordered the sausage tubes and a sausage cookbook from this
noble establishment. This item provides frugality and quality and is a must have. I have a cylindrical foam brush that does the tubular thing. Gristle, connective tissue do get wadded up in the various parts but do not impair function. You need to eyeball each part after the dishwasher.
Clean up was easy too. Using hot water, any remaining meat residue slid off from the plastic surface. A little soap and water, and it was clean.
I did not experience any dark/grease residue that a couple others have mentioned. The blades are metal but not greased. Since the only other metal part is where the grinder attaches to the machine, I assume the grease is possibly coming from the machine, and not the grinder.
I heartily recommend this to anyone wanting to provide a healthy alternative to the chemical and filler laced sausages commercially available.
Most recent customer reviews
Absolute horrible quality, couldn't even grind butter if it tried, broke after using it twice.
Save your money & buy a standalone quality grinder/sausage stuffer.
I can't believe I didn't buy one of these earlier! So far have made sausage with it, and it works awesome! Grinds everything down to spec. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Nimchimpsky
Have used this a number of time already with the sausage stuffer with delicious results. Quick and easy to use. Cleaning is a little tricky, but fine with a bottle brush.Published 20 days ago by Mike
unlike the blender itself, this is a poorly made product; don't waste the $ on this adapter, put the money towards a 120.00 grinder, it will be better spent for certaintyPublished 1 month ago by Luckyeeb