Basically, a meat grinder can be used to help make anything that requires processes meat of some sort. Burgers, sausages, mince meat, pates & pastes, falafel, vegan sausages, meatballs, the list is extensive! And don’t restrict yourself to beef or lamb, you can use this with chicken and turkey as well as game and boneless fish.
This machine comes with 3 different grinding plates for fine, medium and coarse mincing. Our top tip is to make sure the meat is cold (but not frozen) as this makes it easier to process.
This meat grinder is also a brilliant sausage maker and we’ve included a sausage stuffing nozzle so you can make your own pork, beef, chicken, herby or spicey sausages.
Yes, simply put the sausage stuffer attachment over the mincing blade then feed your casing onto the end of the nozzle. Then put all your sausage ingredients through the meat grinder into your sausage casings. You can choose to mince the meat first then add in herbs and seasoning etc., as you mince it a second time into the casings, or pass everything through the sausage maker just once.
Kibbe (also known as Kibble or Kibbeh) is a middle eastern dish made by encasing spiced lamb in a wheat based shell. The specialised kibbe attachment that comes with your meat grinder has been designed to make filling these cases easy.
It’s really easy to clean your electric meat grinder. All removable parts, including the plates, hopper and pusher can been washed in warm soapy water. Allow them to dry completely before reassembling. Don’t wash the plates in your dishwasher, the abrasive particles in the detergent, along with the movement in the machine, will cause the plates to tarnish.
You use a soft bristle brush to clean any hard to reach places in the meat mincers and rinse through with some warm water in between uses to ensure the interior is hygienically clean.
|Product Dimensions||32cm x 16.5cm x 37.5cm|
|Package Dimensions||41cm x 27.5cm x 23.5cm|
|Boxed Product Weight||3.95kg|
|Primary Material||Stainless Steel|
|Wattage||600W (1600 Max Watts @ Locked Rotor)|
|Box Contains||Grinder, fine, medium and coarse grind plates, chopping blades, sausage attachment, kibbe attachment, hopper, food pusher|
The vast majority of dishwasher detergents contain small, abrasive particles that are used to remove the dirt from your dishwasher items. Unfortunately these, along with the movement the plates experience during cleaning, can tarnish the plates - this is why we recommend hand washing only.
No. The strength of bones, and the splinters they produce when they break, can damage the blades and motor of your meat grinder, leaving your machine unusable. For this reason, grinding bones will invalidate your warranty.
The meat grinder has been designed to mince raw meats. If your meat has a high fat content, the heat of the process can cause it to become extremely sticky and therefore block your machine. Chill the meat before mincing to give yourself the maximum working time, but if your meat is extremely fatty it may not pass through the machine.
No, the grinder is not suitable for bones.
Yes, cooked meat can be ground if it is cool.
2 Red Peppers
1.5 tbsp Olive Oil
240g Turkey Breast
½ Small Onion
1 Garlic Clove
1 tsp Cumin
3 - 4 Closed Cup Mushrooms Sliced
400g Chopped Tomatoes
1 tbsp Tomato Puree
1 Chicken Stock Cube
Handful Fresh Oregano Leaves
60g Grated Mozzarella
Mince the turkey breast and put to one side. Cut the peppers in halve, lengthways, remove the seeds and core but keep the stalks on. Rub the skin of the peppers with a little olive oil, season then roast for 15 mins on 190C. Meanwhile, heat a little of the olive oil in a pan, fry the mince for 2-3 minutes then tip onto a plate before frying the onion, garlic, cumin and mushrooms. Return the turkey to the pan, crumble in the stock cube and cook for another 2 - 3 minutes. Remove from the heat and mix in the oregano and any extra seasoning. Take the roasted peppers from the oven and fill with the mince. Top with the cheese and cook in the oven for 10 - 15 minutes until the cheese starts to turn golden.
400g Lean Pork Mince
1 Beaten Egg
1 Small Onion, Finely Chopped
85g Fresh White Breadcrumbs
1 tbsp Finely Chopped Dill
1 tbsp Each Olive Oil & Butter
2 tbsp Plain Flour
400ml Hot Beef Stock
In a bowl, mix the mince with the egg, onion, breadcrumbs, dill and seasoning. Form into small meatballs. Heat the olive oil in a pan and brown the meatballs. Remove these from the pan then add the butter and melt it. Sprinkle over the flour and stir, cooking for 2 minutes. Slowly whisk in the stock until you have a thick gravy before returning the meatballs to the pan and heat everything through.
*recipes adapted from Good Food website