Fruit/Vegetable Strainer Attachment by KitchenAid
Quickly and easily prepare fresh apple or tomato sauce, baby food, freezer jams, and chutneys when you attach the fruit and vegetable strainer parts to your food grinder attachment. Add This to Your Existing Food Grinder to Puree and Strain Fruits and Vegetables Quickly and Easily. Use Only with Sof... See complete description »
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Quickly and easily prepare fresh apple or tomato sauce, baby food, freezer jams, and chutneys when you attach the fruit and vegetable strainer parts to your food grinder attachment. Add This to Your Existing Food Grinder to Puree and Strain Fruits and Vegetables Quickly and Easily. Use Only with Soft/Cooked Food.
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I bought this to make applesauce with some apples my dad gave me that are very soft as soon as they get ripe. All I did was quarter the apples, boil them until soft, and put the quartered apples into the fruit/vegetable strainer. All of the core, peels, stems, seeds, etc. were very nicely separated from the applesauce. It was a bit messy, but worked great. As with most of the Kitchenaid attachments, I think that their products are overpriced for what they are. I buy them and use them and I think they are great products (never had any problems), but I believe that Kitchenaid makes too much money off the attachments.
Extremely easy to use. Very efficient. Did splash a bit, but as long as you raise the bowl to meet the draining side, it works great.
I wanted the strainer attachment for making applesauce. I don't need the grinder, but had to buy it to get the part needed to use the strainer. I suggest that all parts needed to use the strainer be added to the package. I now have a grinder that I doubt that I will ever use and have a $50 attachment that sits in the closet.
Love this product. <br>I do a good amount of canning and have used the "foley" style (sits on top of pan with crank handle -- the simplest)<br>chinois sieves, and "sauce maker/strainer" (most complicated, and least effective in my opinion)...<br>This attachment for the Kitchen Aid is great... a little complicated to put together because it is an add on attachment to the food/meat grinder attachment.<br><br>A larger hopper would be nice too.<br>But this thing is very effective.... and the fact that I don't have to keep cranking something myself is wonderful, and I can just keep putting product in without stopping to crank. <br>I strongly recommend it for those who already have the Kitchen Aid mixer and food/meat grinder attachment.<br>If you don't already have the mixer, go with the "foley" style, unless you just need an excuse to buy the mixer.<br>
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