KitchenAid Sausage Stuffer Kit Attachment
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- Designed, engineered, and tested by KitchenAid
- For the Food Grinder Attachment to make small or large sausages (Requires FGA, sold sep.).
- Convenient front pocket
- 5/8" Stuffing Tube for larger varieties, such as Bratwurst, Italian or Polish Sausage.
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KitchenAid Food Grinder Attachment
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.
Attaches to Power Hub
On your stand mixer and uses the power of the motor to operate the attachment. Compatible with Any KitchenAid Stand Mixer.
Food Grinder Includes
Includes Housing, Auger, Knife, Fine Grinding Plate, Course Grinding Plate, Securing Ring, and Stomper/Wrench.
Food Tray (sold separately)
Attaches to the food grinder to give you more surface area for additional ingredients, so you can quickly grind items in larger batches.
Sausage Stuffer (sold separately)
Works with the food grinder to help you make all kinds of sausages using either the narrow tube for small breakfast links or the large tube for bratwurst or homemade venison sausage.
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|Warranty||1 Year Replacement Warranty||1 Year Replacement Warranty||1 Year Replacement Warranty||1 Year Replacement Warranty||1 Year Replacement Warranty||1 Year Replacement Warranty|
Tangy barbecue sauce
Yield: 2 cups
- 11⁄4 cups brown sugar
- 1 cup ketchup
- 1 tablespoon dry mustard
- 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
- 2 tablespoons vinegar
- 1 cup strong coffee
- 1⁄2 cup finely chopped onion
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1⁄8 teaspoon pepper
Combine all ingredients in a heavy saucepan. Mix well and cook over medium heat
10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Reduce heat and simmer 30 minutes. Cool sauce
and store covered in refrigerator until needed.
Meatball hors D’oeuvres
Yield: 30 meatballs
Grind 1 pound of beef
2 egg yolks
1⁄3 cup dry bread crumbs
1⁄3 cup Parmesan cheese
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
3⁄4 teaspoon garlic salt
1⁄2 teaspoon oregano / 1⁄4 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons chopped stuffed olives / 1⁄4 cup olive oil
Place ground beef, egg yolks, bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese, parsley, garlic salt, oregano, pepper, and olives in mixer bowl. Attach bowl and flat beater to mixer.
Turn to Speed 2 and mix for 1 minute. Form mixture into 30 (1-inch) balls and fry in olive oil until well browned. Drain on paper towels. Warm Tangy Barbecue Sauce and pour over meatballs. Serve warm from chafing dish.
Compare with similar items
Make homemade breakfast sausage, brats and more with the KitchenAid Sausage Stuffer Kit, made to work exclusively with the Food Grinder Attachment (Model FGA, sold separately). For everything you want to make. KitchenAid.
Use these lightweight plastic tubes to stuff your home-ground meats into natural casings for hand-made sausages. The small tube shoots out breakfast-sausage-size links; the larger one is great for boudin blanc, Italian sausage, and more. Each works in conjunction with KitchenAid's food grinder attachment, and the set comes with instructions for handling and stuffing casings. Tubes are dishwasher-safe. --Betsy Danheim
Top reviews from the United States
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I am cook at a hotel and recently learned how to make our housemate sausage, so i quickly went out and bought one of ny own so I can experiment with different flavors. I use this attachment probably once a month, I usually make a medium batch of different types of sausages and then freeze them for later use.
I have also used just the grinder to make my own breakfast chicken sausage and burger patties.
This attachment has saved me some money in the long run and has even made eating healthier easier for me to do. With this product i know exactly what is going into my food. At first this was very time consuming but after a couple uses its because faster to use and clean. I find that regular dan dish soap is the best way to clean these parts. It does a great job and removing the grease that is collected during use.
I also enjoy how light weight this product is and i keep it inside the small, easily stored box.
Speaking of which... don't even think about making sausage with this kit and the FGA grinder it goes with. The meat squirts up and around the pusher/ stomper, making it nearly impossible to actually get sausage through. I fought with it forever and my links were full of air.
Save yourself the time and trouble, get something else.
I returned it and got the Weston 575 Watt Electric Heavy Duty Grinder, Silver instead. Indeed my issues with the KitchenAid grinder were not my fault. The Weston is a joy to use, no issues whatsoever.
I've had a Kitchen Aid for over 20+ years and also the accessory kit which I've never used. We decided to make our own pepperoni snack sticks so I bought the sausage stuffer to add to the grinder attachment. After 2-1/2 hours and only about 2-1/2 lbs. of our 6 pounds of pepperoni pushed into the casings, we gave up and bought a Jerky Gun for $35 which works like a champ. The last 3-1/2 lbs. of pepperoni was done in less than 20 minutes.
When we went to clean it out, the meat was jammed into the auger and we had to pry it out of the housing to clean it - an utter mess!
Again don't waste your time or money.
(1) Be sure to apply Crisco to the stuffer before sliding the casing on - it makes it much easier to push the casing onto the stuffer.
(2) keep everything ice cold - put the grinder parts, the stuffer, and the meat mix into the freezer until it is fairly stiff but not frozen. This will make stuffing work much better.
(3) Slow - Kitchenaid cannot stuff faster than the grinder worm turns, which is not that fast at the recommended speed of 4. This is compounded by the very cold meat, which requires more effort to push into the grinder hole. Slow means it probably took 20 minutes to stuff 3lbs worth of sausage. Compared to what I have read a dedicated stuffer can do that is slow. Next time I might shape the meat into logs before chilling it so it will go into the grinder more rapidly.
(4) To avoid air in the casing it helps to hold the filled sausage as it comes out. You can push back against the flow of meat to pack the casings more and twist the casings as the sausages reach the right length (twist each sausage in the opposite direction of the sausage before it).
(5) This works better as a two person project. The kitchen aid is not flush with the counter--obviously--so I found it easier to use this with one person pushing meat into the grinder and another holding the sausages and casing.
Overall this is a great addition if you already have a kitchen aid meat grinder and a very, very inexpensive introduction to making your own sausage.
If you are reading this and deciding whether to make homemade sausage at all, the answer is yes, its worth it. Of course its more work than the store but now sausage tastes great, exactly as you like it, and no more "trimmings" or other mystery meat in your food.
Top reviews from other countries
The mincer is rubbish so the nozzles are a waste of money, see the review I posted against the mincer below:
On opening I was surprised how flimsy the mincer was: plastic and thin metal I thought the blade looked particularly weedy and the mincing plates holes looks very small. I normally use plates with 6mm or 10mm holes (I like chunks in my sausages and not a mush)
Today I had a batch of pork already minced so once I added the seasoning etc I set up The Kitchen Aid (KA) for stuffing.
The tray / hopper is pathetic and ridiculously small, the feeder hole is too narrow to get any quantity of meat down, the screw and the bore of the main body is very narrow and again no real volume of meat is pushed through it after about two minutes I still had not stuffed enough for one sausage and gave up and finished of using my manual equipment. You physically can't get enough meat down the feed tube and through the screw section to do any realistic stuffing.
This product is not fit for purpose: I compared individual parts with my hand mincer (HM), apart for the fact the hand mincer is made from solid metal the screw and the bore of the HM is twice that of the KA one this means the HM passes down 4 times the volume than the KA. The mincing plates on the HM are 3 to 4 times the thickness of the KA ones and the HM blade is cast and the blade is ground sharp, the KA blade is a flimsy thin stainless steel propeller with no edge.
I have not used or would even contemplate using the KA for mincing meat, there is just not enough time in the day.
This piece of kit is heading for the dump as I cannot honestly resell it or even give it away. If I could give it zero stars I would this, is definitely an example of design over function.
Easy to install with instructions and can wash in dishwasher(some cant).