Norpro Meat Grinder, Mincer and Pasta Maker
Get free shipping
Free 5-8 business-day shipping within the U.S. when you order $25 of eligible items sold or fulfilled by Amazon.
Or get 4-5 business-day shipping on this item for $7.45. (Prices may vary for AK and HI.)Learn more about free shipping
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: FBA items qualify for FREE Shipping and Amazon Prime.
If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you increase your sales. We invite you to learn more about Fulfillment by Amazon .
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- A must have for the kitchen! Mince and grind meat or make pasta all with one machine! Ideal for meats, beans, nuts and vegetables.
- Comes with two screens; coarse mincing plate and fine mincing plate. Perfect for making fresh ground beef for burgers and meatloaf and home-made sausage. Also great for grinding chicken, turkey, pork, fish, London broil, short ribs, venison and much more.
- Features FIVE pasta attachments; Penne, Tagliatelle/Fettuccine, Fusilli/Spiral, Rigatoni & Spaghetti. Enjoy your favorite homemade pasta from your own kitchen!
- Includes a sausage funnel and stainless steel blades. Suction base and locking key securely suctions to your smooth countertop or work space.
- Recipe and instruction booklet included.
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Compare to similar items
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Sold By||Cooking Depot||F&W Trading LLC||Perella's||ALISKID||WINDBOW LLC||Artence|
Measures: 7" x 4.75" x 4" / 18cm x 12cm x 10cm
A must have for the kitchen! Mince and grind meat or make pasta all with one machine! Ideal for meats, beans, nuts and vegetables. Comes with two screens; coarse mincing plate and fine mincing plate. Perfect for making fresh ground beef for burgers and meatloaf and home-made sausage. Also great for grinding chicken, turkey, pork, fish, London broil, short ribs, venison and much more. Features FIVE pasta attachments; Penne, Tagliatelle/Fettuccine, Fusilli/Spiral, Rigatoni & Spaghetti. Enjoy your favorite homemade pasta from your own kitchen! Includes a sausage funnel and stainless steel blades. Suction base and locking key securely suctions to your smooth countertop or work space. Easy to assemble, use and clean. Recipe and instruction booklet included.
Norpro was founded in 1973 with a vision to design, manufacture, and supply the highest caliber kitchenware. Norpro’s offering of innovative, high quality product for cooking, preparing and serving food are produced with superior materials and craftsmanship.
Norpro’s meat grinder/mincer/pasta maker combines the functionality of three kitchen gadgets in one. Crush beans, vegetables and nuts for spreads and pâté; grind beef chuck, round or sirloin for incredible homemade hamburgers; pulverize stale bread for breadcrumbs; or break up veggies for baby food. The possibilities are endless thanks to coarse- and fine-textured steel mincing plates.
Three pasta attachments open up a world of Italian cuisine, enabling cooks to create fresh homemade rigatoni, spaghetti, or linguine. Plus, an enclosed funnel makes grinding sausage a snap. Also included are a suction-locking pestle, plastic tray, detailed instructions, and a recipe booklet. The unit stands 7 inches high with a 4-1/4 inch diameter base. This kitchen tool is FDA-approved. --Mary Park
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I used it for when making homemade food for my Yorkie. I have used it several times now. I have used it so I can make chicken burgers or tacos. It does work great. It was a very good investment and still going strong.
I use the larger holed blade and as pic shows (half ham shank ground up, made two of the bins full) which still produces a great smaller size meat result. I do have to cut meat in wedge type chunks or rectangle pieces then have to push hard on white handle pusher the whole time so that arm and shoulder get a little sore if doing large amount of meat at a time, plus when wedge of meat makes it up to blade the handle is harder to crank and unless you are really strong it cranks slower to push meat through. I'm 5'3" and an older lady ("60 something") so stronger younger people should have no problem. I also place the grinder at a good level on a table to assist with keeping things in better body angles so not hurt so much.
I do love the chicken and meat I made into spreads for sandwiches though. For chicken I go the faster way and buy cooked rotisserie chicken then remove skin and bones, grind, and make yummy salad with mayo and pickle relish. I only knocked one star off due to the couple of difficulties I mentioned above.
> If making hamburger, it is most convenient to purchase boneless, gristle-less thin-cut meat. Slice into 1/2" x 1/2" x 3--6" strips and feed into the grinder one at a time. The long strips "pull themselves" into the grinder and "grind" quickly and easily. If, for example, you dice the meat into 1" squares, it is much harder to grind it---and very difficult if the meat has gristle or tendons.
> In my opinion a chopper (such as Zyliss Food Chopper, White) is better mincing a cup or two of vegetables (including garlic, nuts, etc.). The grinder might be good for processing a modestly large quantity (up to several gallons) of fruit or vegetables (apples, tomatoes, squash) to be cooked into soups or sauces.
> Probably makes good pasta, but better, more flexible, pasta machines are inexpensive.
> The grinder must be oriented facing inward from the edge of your counter, because of the long crank.
> You must have a flat smooth surface for the suction cup to grab onto.
> The coarse "hole" plate is a little coarser than "grocery store" ground meat, but the coarsely-ground meat is fine for hamburger or meatloaf. The fine plate puts up more resistance, making it harder to crank.
> Hard gristle is too tough for this grinder, so try to avoid "stew meat" with alot of gristle, and/or trim as much as you can.
> Washes up easily (but you must disassemble it). It is probably nominally "dishwasher safe", but even so, dishwashers prematurely age nearly all plastics, especially flexible plastics as used on the suction cup. I strongly recommended hand washing---it only takes a few seconds.
> At least beef needs to be cubed to 3/4" or smaller before feeding into the grinder. 1" cubes of chicken would probably be small enough. Vegies should probably be cut to 1/2" cubes.
> When assembling, be sure that the cutting blade faces the metal "hole plate".
> Screw in the retaining ring so that the cutting blade moves just a little tight against the "hole plate". If the material you are grinding is not fatty, you might want to lubricate the cutting blade and "hole plate" with a little vegetable oil.
> You can store the assembled grinder face down in the square bowl (included), but the crank sticks up. The grinder and "bowl" could be better designed to fit together.
> The blade should be designed so that it fits only one way.
> Click on “Stoney” just below the product title to see my other reviews, or leave a comment to ask questions.
Most recent customer reviews
it is not for meat.