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KitchenAid FGA Food Grinder

by KitchenAid
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • Includes Stomper, Coarse and Fine Plates for Grinding Meat, Firm Fruits and Vegetables
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Frequently Bought Together

KitchenAid FGA Food Grinder + KitchenAid SSA Sausage Stuffer Attachment for Food Grinder + KitchenAid RVSA Rotor Slicer/Shredder Attachment for Stand Mixers
Price For All Three: CDN$ 101.93

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Product Details

Product Description

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This tool increases the fun factor of your KitchenAid stand mixer several times over. Toss cubes of meat into the food tray, stomp 'em down, and watch the results wriggle out the front. Grind your own beef or chicken for patties or tacos. Blend your own sausage mixtures, from breakfast to boudin blanc. With additional attachments, you can turn it into a pasta maker or a sausage stuffer. It's easy to assemble and use. Most parts are dishwasher-safe; hand wash the grinding blades, wooden stomper, and cutting knife. --Betsy Danheim

Product Description

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.

Customer Reviews

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49 of 50 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I have no axe to grind. June 24 2003
But if I did, this super grinder would have a go. This past weekend a local store had botrtom round on sale for $1.19. My family isn't into pot roast but we eat a lot of hamburger.
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.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Probably the best choice out there Sept. 19 2013
By Alexandre Nassif TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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I read a lot of reviews of many types of meat grinders. Reviews of this and other products are so mixed that one looking for a grinder would be left not knowing what to do. The reason I chose this is because my wife has had the professional version of the kitchenaid mixer for many years and she loves it. This way we wouln't collect another piece of appliance at the same time we chose something from a brand we already know. I decided to give a try...

... 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.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome performance Dec 3 2012
Just bought this last week and was really impressed. I've never made my own sausage meat before, but it was very easy. The flavour and consistency of the Hot Italian sausages was excellent! The only thing I found was that the speed has to be on at least 4. If you run it any slower, some of the connective tissue in the meat can gum up the cutter and plate. I had a hard time keeping up with the machine as far as meat supply goes. It worked very fast. Cleaning is easy if you do it right away. (Very, very hot soapy water to soak.) There are a couple of little nooks and crannys that can really only be reached with a bamboo skewer, but on the whole it was pretty easy. The thing that took the most time was cutting the meat (10lbs) into cubes and waiting for it to chill in the freezer for about 1.5 hours (very important).

I heartily recommend this to anyone wanting to provide a healthy alternative to the chemical and filler laced sausages commercially available.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great product April 18 2012
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I have used this product about 5 times since purchase making ground beef from cheap steak and stewing beef. I also tried it with mozzarella cheese. I did not like it for cheese but love it for ground beef. It is super easy to clean, operation was simple and my mixer handled a 5 lb batch with no problem.

The ground product comes out in long, thick strings - think like yarn or thicker, which didn't work as well with cheese. However this is not a problem with the meat. We tried both the thin and thick settings with the cheese, just in case, same result. Not bad, just not what I wanted.

I recommend this product
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Metal residue mixed with my meat Aug. 8 2012
This product could have been an amazing addition to my Kitchen Aid collection if it was not for the metal dust that comes off from the center blade of the grinder. I end up with grey traces mixed with my meat which are hazardous enough to stop using this attachment. I thought it was a defect on my purchase, thus I researched more on this product. As it turns out, I'm not the only one with the same problem. This is indeed what happens when poor quality testing is in place. It seems that this reputable company used to make better meat grinders with stronger blades before 2002. These "newly developed ones available in the market now are really a disappointment on Kitchen Aid products.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works very well July 27 2011
I recently bought a higher powered Kitchen Aid and couldn't wait to try the food grinder. I bought a cheap roast last night and ground it in the food grinder. The meat was perfect after one grind on the coarse wheel - and the blender was only on 2 and the meat was coming out no problem, I was pleasantly surprised! I think my smaller classic Kitchen Aid would also be able to grind meat. I am not sure what fruits and veggies I would grind, but am looking forward to using it to make lunch meat with left over ham and poultry for school! Deff. worth the price! Also, if you're using a roast - the meat needed a bit of fat as it was dry because it was so lean - next time I will add the garlic and spices along with a couple slices of bacon in with the cubes.
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