|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Item model number||FVSP|
|Product Dimensions||10.16 x 15.24 x 25.4 cm; 450 Grams|
KitchenAid Fruit and Vegetable Strainer Parts
- For everything you want to make.
- Designed for the Food Grinder Attachment To strain or puree fruits and vegetables for jams, sauces, baby food and more (Requires model FGA, sold separately).
- Easy to use Simply attach to the Food Grinder Attachment (model FGA, sold separately).
- Dishwasher Safe For quick and easy clean up.
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Make homemade applesauce jelly or baby food in minutes with the Fruit and Vegetable Strainer parts made exclusively for the KitchenAid Food Grinder Attachment (Model FGA sold separately).
1 x Fruit & Vegetable Strainer Parts
KitchenAid Fruit & Vegetable Strainer
This versatile tool attaches right to your KitchenAid Stand Mixer and uses the power of its motor to strain and puree fruits and vegetables with total ease.
Fruit & Vegetable Strainer
The fruit and vegetable strainer uses the help of the food grinder to break down ingredients, while the strainer cone removes any peels, leaving you with finely pureed fruits or vegetables.
Compatible with Any KitchenAid Stand Mixer
Transform your stand mixer into a versatile kitchen appliance that can help you tackle even more culinary tasks.
Attaches to Power Hub
On your stand mixer and uses the power of the motor to operate the attachment.
Strainer cone, Strainer tray, Splash shield, and Shaft.
Food grinder and fruit & vegetable strainer parts.
|Fruit & Vegetable Strainer Parts||Fruit & Vegetable Strainer Set||Juicer and Sauce Attachment (Slow Juicer)|
|Material||Plastic with Metal Strainer||Plastic with Metal Strainer||Plastic with Metal Screens|
|Warranty||1 Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty||1 Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty||1 Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty|
|What's Included||Strainer cone, Strainer tray, Splash shield, and Shaft||Food Grinder and Fruit & Vegetable Strainer Parts||Juicer and Sauce Attachment, 3 Pulp Screens, Pitcher and Waste Container|
|Dimensions||6.0H x 3.5W x 9.3D / Weight 1.0lbs||9.5H x 4.0W x 7.0D / Weight 3.0lbs||11.6H x 7.0W x 9.7D / Weight 4.8lbs|
|Designed to work with all models of KitchenAid Stand Mixers||✓||✓||✓|
|Easy to assemble use||✓||✓||✓|
|Easy to clean||✓||✓||✓|
|Puree and strain fruits and vegetables||✓||✓||-|
|Grind, strain, and puree||-||✓||-|
To use fruit/vegetable strainer attachment
1. After attaching Fruit/Vegetable Strainer attachment to mixer, place mixer bowl under strainer tray to catch strained food and a smaller bowl under open end to catch food waste.
2. Cut food into pieces that will fit in the hopper.
3. Turn mixer to Speed 4 and feed food into hopper using the combination food pusher/wrench.
To strain fruits and vegetables
. Cut into pieces that will fit into hopper
. Remove tough, thick skin or rind, for example, oranges
. Remove all large pits, for example, peaches
. Remove hulls or stems, for example, strawberries, grapes
. Cook all tough or firm fruits and vegetables before straining
- Note: Liquid may appear in hopper when processing large amounts of high moisture foods such as tomatoes or grapes. To drain liquid, continue to operate mixer. To avoid damage to mixer, do not process additional food until liquid has drained from hopper.
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+ Some great features, attractive
+ Simple to use; easy to assemble/logical
+ Can process a lot in a if patient - more relaxing than using Victorio w/ hand crank
- Loading tray (whatever it's called) is WAY too SMALL and SHALLOW, requiring slow gradual, constant feeding and frequent spilling/overflow and splattering surrounding area. They should include a much LARGER loading tray/reservoir.
- Small narrow conical screen= slow processing, screen holes clog up fairly quickly AND exit hole plugs, making difficult clearance and very difficult CLEANING (any tips on cleaning the screen anyone? Best method I've found is soaking, and scrubbing with scotchbrite/scrubbee)
- Kitchenaid should design their mixers so the MIXER DISENGAGES when using accessories - this would make it much quieter and save the motor & avoid excess wear on gears.
Today I processed 60lbs of romas. That’s the picture. The cone did finally get plugged enough I barely finished my second pass. Next year I will stop and clear it a bit mid-way. I’m very happy with the finished product.
Here’s the bugaboos I had:
1. There is a bit of leaking at the screw on location. It is mostly when there is a lot of liquid in the feeder.
2. I found every bowl/dish/pot combo I tried to be awkward. The bottom of the mixer has that lip that causes you to have to balance the juice bowl. And if the “leavings” bowl isn’t just right it can get into your finished product. I used a deeper pot the first time for my finished juice and that had less splashing. Today’s bowl was too shallow but I liked it’s balance (until I tipped it and spilled some.)
All in all I’m very happy since it’s made making tomato sauce much easier. Worth the kinks. And if you take the skins and squeeze them back into the hopper you can get even more juice!
so we would break to let it cool down. My mixer is 45 years old and running strong so I don't want to tax it too much.
Things to think about:
1. This is just the food mill. You need the grinder attachment first.
2. Put your foods through it at least twice or even three times for maximum output.
3. It's nice to have a long brush to clean it out later. I just used hot water and my bottle brush and a skinny wire brush that you would use for straws.
4. Take your time. Yes, it's faster than milling by hand, but it still takes time and you don't want to rush it and clog it up.