KitchenAid’s SSA Sausage Stuffer Kit
is the perfect addition to KitchenAid’s Food Grinder Attachment. It adds to the Grinder’s uses and flexibility. Ideal for making bratwurst, kielbasa, and Italian or Polish sausage. It has two stuffing tubes included; a 3/8-inch and a 5/8-inch. The smaller one is used for making breakfast sausages or smaller type sausages. The larger tube is used to make bratwurst and other large sausages. All parts to the Sausage Stuffer are dishwasher safe to make cleaning up easy! The Food Grinder and Sausage Stuffer can be used with any KitchenAid stand mixer.
Just think of the flavors you could create making your own sausage! You could add apples for sweetness to a sage sausage. Add sun dried tomatoes to your Italian sausage mix. Have your sausage as mild or spicy as you like!
If you have a huntsman in your house, you need this attachment! I’ve never been a big fan of venison, so I was never excited about cooking the roasts and steaks that came from my husband’s latest trophy, but I absolutely love venison sausages. Once you try them, you’ll be hooked!
Check out the following video to see how easy the sausage stuffer is to assemble!
Appliances made just for stuffing sausages can be very costly. For less than $10 you can buy this attachment for your KitchenAid. If you are planning to make many large batches week after week, you might want to spend the extra money. But to try your hand at sausage making, this is so affordable, it would be silly not to try it! It makes very good quality sausages easily!
Here are a couple of good books on the subject of sausage making.
3-1/3-tbsp finely minced garlic
1-tsp freshly ground black pepper
1-tsp chili powder
1/2-tsp dried thyme
1/4-tsp ground bay leaf
3-tbsp liquid smoke
1-cup beerCombine all ingredients, mix well & stuff into hog casing. To cook, broil, bake or fry
Make sure the screw cap is tight. Meat can escape through the cap if you’re not careful. It shouldn’t in most cases though. If it is, this is a sign something else is probably wrong.
Want to see the sausage stuffer in action? Check out this next video and see how easy using it is!
I have the KitchenAid FT Food Tray Attachment too. It’s handy for large batches, and I recommend it, but you can do without it.
I’d encourage you to use the natural casings, they are a bit more work(minimal). There easy once you’ve used them. Collagen works and doesn’t break easily, but natural aren’t as fragile as you might think and they look and taste way better.
See what Gaylin a purchaser of the Sausage Stuffer Kit has to say;
In combination with the food grinding attachment, this accessory for the Kitchen Aid mixer makes short work of any sausage making task you set before it. I’ve helped friends cook feasts for 200+ people with this attachment and everyone eating was stunned at the short amount of time it took us to make their fresh, homemade sausage.This attachment beats a hand-crank grinder and extruder easily. And because it attaches to the mixer itself, I’ve found it far more stable and easy to access than the grinder-extruder combinations that mount to the countertop. With precious little in terms of countertop space, the mixer takes up more room, but the ease of use more than makes up for that. In combination with the food grinder, I can process an entire deer’s worth of meat in an evening with this attachment.