KitchenAid JE Citrus Juicer Stand Mixer Attachment

June 29, 2013 - Comment

Diversify your KitchenAid stand mixer with this citrus juicer attachment. Simply snap it into place and you’ve got a juicer—ideal for extracting juice from all citrus fruit, from limes to grapefruit. The simple design is easy to keep clean. Made in USA. 9Hx6Wx2-1/2D”.This attachment turns your KitchenAid stand mixer into a citrus juicer, eliminating the

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Diversify your KitchenAid stand mixer with this citrus juicer attachment. Simply snap it into place and you’ve got a juicer—ideal for extracting juice from all citrus fruit, from limes to grapefruit. The simple design is easy to keep clean. Made in USA. 9Hx6Wx2-1/2D”.This attachment turns your KitchenAid stand mixer into a citrus juicer, eliminating the need for a second appliance that would take up valuable kitchen storage and counter space. Its four parts–heavy-duty aluminum shaft, reamer, shield, and strainer–are easy to assemble and attach to the stand mixer’s powerful motor. Turn the mixer speed to level 6, and the reamer maintains a fast and steady spin. Press your fruit halves against it, and the juice pours out. You do have to exert a bit of pressure to extract all of the juice, but it’s certainly not difficult to use. The strainer basket holds back the pulp and seeds as the juice flows into your pitcher. –Betsy Danheim

Product Features

  • For use with all KitchenAid stand mixers
  • Great for juicing lemons, limes, oranges, and grapefruit
  • Easy to assemble and attach
  • Includes attachment for straining pulp, seeds
  • Plastic parts are dishwasher-safe on the top rack

Comments

T. Drouillard says:

Not perfect, but very useful. I really like this attachment and use it frequently. That said, I have some suggestions:

The Usual Suspect says:

works well once you get the technique Each week we buy a dozen oranges and a dozen grapefruits (organic if possible). This juicer attachment makes juicing them much faster. Then we freeze most of the juice and thaw it in the fridge for 24 hours before we drink it. It would be hard to go back to regular juice. We also have a dedicated juicer for carrots, apples and pears, but it isn’t good for citrus. We store the juice in mason jars in the freezer.

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