Bosch Universal with Meat Grinder

The Food and Meat Grinder Attachment for the Bosch mixer grinds and minces meats, stuffings, and virtually all foods. Comes with a 4.5 mm disk for general use; other sizes (listed further down on this page) are available to achieve any desired consistency. Includes a “stomper” (shown lying on top of tray) to feed meat or other foods into feed chute. The Universal Plus is turned onto rear-mounted rubber feet, as shown, to operate the grinder. We’ve tested the Universal meat grinder side by side with a wide selection of competitive stand-alone meat grinders on the market, and the performance of the Universal unit towered over the rest. It really cranks out meat and other foods. For the best ground meat texture and easiest grinding, chill meats almost to freezing before grinding.

Please note: This meat grinder also fits older models of Bosch Universal mixers, EXCEPT that the provided support leg is a little too long for those older mixers. To order the shorter support leg, please click here.

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  1. Tara says

    Hi Jenny, I want to make a traditional Danish liver pate. It calls for a meat grinder to grind up the liver, pork fat and other ingredients. I don’t have a meat grinder and don’t want to buy one for this one item. Can I use a cuisinart or do it by hand? Thanks for your help. Tara

  2. Debi says

    Hi, I have a Bosch Universal, purchased in 2002 with a few of the attachments. The one I have a question about is the meat grinder. The meat auger broke when my adult son ran venison through it about 4 years ago. Prior to that I had only used it a couple times, and it worked great, but I only used it to make beef burger. The auger/worm broke where it inserts into the mixer. The shaft just snapped off. My husband is curious, before we replace the part, he wants to better understand how it all works together. After he looked the whole thing over and assembled all the parts, he can’t understand how the meat knife can turn against the meat grinder disk. Can you explain it to me please so I can pass on the info to him? Thanks!

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