KitchenAid FVSFGA Fruit and Vegetable Strainer and Food Grinder for Stand Mixers

December 19, 2013 - Comment

KitchenAid KA Fruit/Veg Strainer/GrinderFruit/Vegetable Srainer with Food Grinder Attachment – FVSFGA White.A strainer cone, strainer tray and splash shieldfit onto the included Food Grinder Attachment forstraining or pureeing fruits and vegebtables intofoods like jam, sauces and baby food. Two stainless steel grinding plates, fine and coarse, are included with the Food Grinder Attachment. Grind raw

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KitchenAid KA Fruit/Veg Strainer/GrinderFruit/Vegetable Srainer with Food Grinder Attachment – FVSFGA White.A strainer cone, strainer tray and splash shieldfit onto the included Food Grinder Attachment forstraining or pureeing fruits and vegebtables intofoods like jam, sauces and baby food. Two stainless steel grinding plates, fine and coarse, are included with the Food Grinder Attachment. Grind raw or cooked meat and dried bread using the fine plate. The coarse plate is used to grind firm vegetables, dried fruits, cheese and raw or cooked meat. In addition to the grinder body and plates, theattachment comes with a combination food pusher/wrench to help safely push foods into the grinder as well as to help loosen the ring from the grinderbody. Instruction guide includes tips and recipes. The Fruit/Vegetable Strainer and Food Grinder Attachment are easy to assemble. The KitchenAid Stand Mixer powers the Food Grinder Attachment. AllKitchenAid stand mixer attachments are designed to work with all models of KitchenAid Household Stand Mixers. White.These two accessories, which may be used with all KitchenAid household stand mixers, turn many tough kitchen chores into walks in the park. The strainer, for example, converts cooked apples and pears into sauces for preserving or immediate consumption. Freezer jams are a snap; so is fresh tomato sauce. Baby foods can be made in quantity and frozen. The grinder is equally versatile–think chuck or turkey for fresh hamburgers; Parmesan for pasta or cheddar for quesadillas; peppers, onions, and tomatoes for salsa; apples for chunky sauce. The grinder has two plates, coarse and fine, the latter of which converts stale bread into crumbs in a jiffy. Both strainer and grinder assemble and disassemble quickly and easily without tools, and most parts are dishwasher-safe. –Fred Brack

Product Features

  • Includes a strainer and a grinder
  • Prepare fruit and vegetable sauces, chutneys, and jams
  • Grind meats, dried fruits, vegetables, cheese, and bread crumbs
  • Strainer and grinder assemble easily
  • 4-Inches long and attach to all KitchenAid household stand mixers

Comments

G. Powell says:

Best applesauce maker since the tree This gizmo makes the shortest work of making applesauce you ever imagined. You slice the apples, cook in a large pan with a small amount of water until they are soft. Then you push the apple mush, skins, seeds, core, stems, etc. in the top of the food grinder, and out the sieve part comes pure applesauce, out the end, comes the seeds, skin and stem. It takes maybe 10 minutes to process a 16qt pot of cooked apples.I usually get every burner on my stove…

Kevin says:

Works well, but… The tray on the top of the unit it very small. Yoy can only put about 1/2 cup at a time in it. I know they make an attachment you can buy for like $25-30 to give yourself a larger tray. But it should just be designed larger. We usually make about 15-20 quarts of Applesauce at a time. the larger tray is a must. The “pusher” to move food down the throat is a bad design. Should be a solid cylindar instead of a cross shape. Tends to catch food and is messy.The end result of using…

NuJoi "Create with me" says:

If You’re Only Making Applesauce If you’re only making applesauce, this is a 5-star product. If you had other uses in mind, keep reading:I thought this would replace the need for a food mill. Not quite. This would be better if you could vary the size of the holes in the screen. I don’t like it for tomato sauce; the juice was too thin. I do use it when making spinach lasagna to get all of the water out of the spinach (the spinach is really bone dry when I’m done, which was what I wanted.)

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