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KitchenAid FGA Food Grinder Attachment for Stand Mixers

November 19, 2015 - Comment

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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

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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.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, food stomper, and cutting knife. –Betsy Danheim

Product Features

  • Grinder attachment greatly expands a stand mixer’s flexiblity
  • Ideal for grinding meats, grating cheese, making bread crumbs and combining dips, salsas, spreads
  • Includes fine and coarse grinding plates, tips, and recipes
  • Most parts dishwasher safe for easy clean-up
  • Grinder can be used with any KitchenAid stand mixer

Comments

ringo says:

My most used attachment Given all the concerns about e-coli and mad cow, we decided last year to start grinding our own beef and lamb. This grinder does the job perfectly. We grind right into the short round Ziplock boxes (about a hamburger’s worth), which go into the basement freezer, and then we turn out the frozen “hockey pucks” onto a plate to defrost in the microwave, or right into the pot for bolognese sauce or sloppy joes. (“Honey, would you bring me up a couple of hockey pucks for dinner?) 

D. E. Hardy says:

It gets the job done, but it’s nothing special. I work in the food industry, so I’m unfortunately comparing this to its commercial counterparts. If you have small batches of meat to be ground at a time, this grinder is so much better than the crank grinders and gets the job done in a quarter of the time. I still use it, but here’s what I don’t like about it: 

S. Janes says:

Works well I like to make my own sausage, so this, plus the sausage stuffing attachment, was a great addition to the kitchen. 

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