Sausage Stuffer Stand Mixer Attachment SSA
Make homemade breakfast sausage, brats and more with the KitchenAid® Sausage Stuffer Kit, made to work exclusively with the Food Grinder Attachment (Model FGA, sold separately). For everything you want to make. KitchenAid®. 3-piece set includes: 1 sausage stuffer 1 small stuffing tube 1 large stuffing tube
- 3-piece set
- 5.75-in. W x 3.25-in. H x 3.25-in. D; 0.3-lb.
- 1-year limited warranty
- Dishwasher safe
- the USA
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Sausage Stuffer Stand Mixer Attachment SSA is rated out of 5 by 34.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Retired and luvin it from What a disappointment! I bought this sausage stuffer because I love my KitchenAid grinder,use it all the time and works great but the stuffer is a big disappointment. The plunger is not tight to push the meat down to the worm. The worm does not grab the meat do you are constantly trying to push the ground meat down with your fingers to get the air out ultimately getting a lot of air in your casing. I had watched a lot of the videos on using the stuffer and they looked so easy. It took an hour to do 1 pound of sausage because I had to keep stopping and manually work the air out of the casing. Not what I had expected.
Date published: 2017-05-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by Laura from Once and done What a nightmare. I wanted to love this so much. And then I used it. What a disaster... There is a major issue of air suction/vacuum with the tamper, and there is no gravity helping you whatsoever. The auger doesn't want to catch the meat at all unless you are constantly pushing down hard with the tamper... I would have been better off just sticking the meat in a pastry bag and squeezing it into the casing - at least then I wouldn't have to keep fighting the meat coming back out or getting stuck to the tamper. Absolute flop. The only upside is that it was pretty easy to clean. It took my husband and I 2-3 hours to stuff just under 5 lbs worth of sausage, and that was through sheer determination.
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by MisHell's Kitchen from Disappointed Bought this product a week ago. Had my daughter and a good friend come over to have a sausage making party. Everyone who gave this product a critique about the plunger is correct. I was not grinding the meat as it was cut extremely small but used the auger to stuff the casings. Too much air got into the casing because the plunger didn't work well. The meat continually got stuck, squashed, oozed from gaps everywhere. So I came online to see if Kitchenaid makes a 1.5" attachment and found that I'm not the only one extremely disappointed. So sorry I wasted my money on this. There were a lot of other products comparable in price that would have been better. I trusted Kitchenaid name. I won't do that again
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by Nichjake from Worst product I've ever dealt with Products that work poorly or break quickly are annoying, but not nearly as annoying as products that do not work at all and do more harm than good. Such is the case with this piece. I tried it twice, once as directed and once trying to troubleshoot...no matter what I tried this piece does not work for stuffing. I managed to get a few links, in about an hour. This is unacceptabe. It takes too long and works too poorly to produce decent quality sausage. The meat gets too warm, the machine turns it into a nasty paste and it incorporates so much air that what little is produced, is a terrible product. This will be going in the trash. The grinder portion is OK, very slow but it get the job done. The stuffer is where the problem lies.
Date published: 2015-12-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by GUTORUTS from The solution for the stuffer I agree with most of the people that are positively reviewing the grinder and complaining about the stuffer. If you follow the instructions you will not be happy. BUT ... if you don't use the worm retainer that should stay between the worm and the horn, hell turns into heaven! Meet is pushed flawlessly and quickly. Try it and review your review of this product! Actually if you think about it, this retainer is actually useless. It was meant to hold the worm back in place. But as the worm pushes the meat forward while stuffing, it tends to push itself back (action-reaction) so that the retainer is only giving you trouble. I'm giving an average because I had to troubleshoot the product to find a solution for it, but I actually love it.
Date published: 2015-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by smitty from Great I have not used the attachments yet but they are just what I expected and know they will do a great job for a long time to come.
Date published: 2014-10-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kleinen Küchenchef from Don't believe the negative reviews, they're doing it wrong. The attachment works perfectly. The complaints about the plunger being too small and the air in the casing is due to user error. A little bit of air gets into every sausage maker. For the first pass, tie a knot in the casing for the end and add a tiny hole. Push all of the filling into the casing until it's one continuous tube. Start from the end and choose the length of sausage you want, then make a gap to get the end of the link. Twist the casing around to tighten. Continue down to the tube to keep making same sized sausages. Let the cool. Before or after cooking, depending on whether you smoke, grill, boil or fry, you can cut the spaces between the sausages. Go look at some youtube videos for how-to. The extra air is fine, you just have longer casings than you would otherwise
Date published: 2016-12-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by Unhappy from Terrible plunger design Like other reviewers have stated, the plunger's diameter is just too small and doesn't create any type of seal and also allows air in. While pushing the meat down the tube the meat just squishes around the edges. I even kept the meat in the freezer ahead of time to keep it cold as is recommended for sausage making. I abandoned attempting to make sausages altogether and ended up pan frying the meat in patties. This product is so bad it actually prompted me to write my first review of a product ever.
Date published: 2016-07-16
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