KitchenAid KSMMGA Metal Food Grinder Attachment
Last updated date: October 23, 2020
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We looked at the top KitchenAid Attachments and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best KitchenAid Attachment you should buy.
Update as October 23, 2020:
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Whip up your own sausages and burgers with the metal food grinder attachment. The product fits all household KitchenAid stand mixers and includes fine, medium and course grinding plates, two sausage stuffer tubes and handy storage case.
In our analysis of 12 expert reviews, the KitchenAid KSMMGA Metal Food Grinder Attachment placed 3rd when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Simply attach the metal food grinder to the power hub of any KitchenAid stand mixer*. then let the mixer do all the work.
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An Overview On KitchenAid Attachments
KitchenAid stand mixers can do much more than mix, knead and whip. Do you want to roll pasta for ravioli, produce zoodles for a salad or mill wheat berries to make bread flour? No problem — the company sells a bevy of attachments to satisfy your needs. The mixer-powered extensions, which easily connect to the machine’s front attachment knob to perform particular functions, are usually sold separately or together in budget-friendly bundles.
Some of the most popular KitchenAid attachments include the pasta maker, a set that rolls and cuts sheets of pasta; a spiralizer that peels, cores and slices fruits and vegetables; a grinder that minces meats and cheeses and a food processor that chops and dices. The attachment lineup also features a strainer, slicer/shredder, vegetable sheet cutter, grain mill, pasta press, juicer, ice cream maker, sausage stuffer and sifter.
Which KitchenAid attachment is right for you? It really depends on what you want to cook. If you’re planning to make sauces, the strainer purées fruits and vegetables into a fine consistency and is also great for prepping your own baby food or jams. Or if Italian fare is your jam, the pasta maker is a stellar tool for rolling dough for stuffed varieties as well as cutting classic fettuccine and spaghetti. You can even purchase the deluxe pasta maker, which makes comes with extra lasagnette and capellini cutters or the gourmet pasta press that creates short pastas like rigatoni, fusilli and macaroni.
Many attachments also conveniently serve duel purposes. For example, the meat grinder can also process hard cheeses and breadcrumbs and the vegetable sheet cutter also serves as a zoodle maker. And the grinder/strainer combination minces proteins and purées produce.
The KitchenAid Attachment Buying Guide
- Read all of manufacturer’s instructions before using your attachments.
- The manufacturer indicates that the attachments fit all household KitchenAid stand mixers.
- Signs that the attachment doesn’t fit properly include spinning in the mixer hub while not in use, falling out of the front mixer hub when the attachment knob has been fastened and loosening or falling off the mixer during usage.
- Unplug your mixer from the outlet when not in use, before putting on or taking off parts and attachments and before cleaning.
- Avoid contact with moving parts when your mixer is in use; keep your fingers out of openings and be sure to tie back your hair.
- The use of attachments on KitchenAid stand mixer that were not sold by the company may cause injury or damage to your machine.
- Check the instructions to for specific cleaning directions for your attachments. In general, do not put any of them in the dishwasher unless the instructions indicate that it is safe to do so. For example, submerging your pasta maker in water or putting it in the dishwasher may damage the components or cause them to rust.
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