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Old 08-20-2014, 08:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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kitchenaid meat grinder to make burgers

i have kitchen aid meat grinder. was wondering if any one else meat burgers with cheese mixed at same time. and how did it work out. i want to try to make my own burgers. i have all attachments for pasta and its works great. i got get use to roller attachment since i like pasta extruder better.
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Old 08-20-2014, 08:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I grind beef for burgers myself... Haven't tried adding cheese, but I add spices after the coarse grind to the medium or fine grind. Cheese should work no problem, however, putting it through the grinder would be just like adding more fat. Tasty fat nonetheless!
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I have ground my own beef for burgers as well and have considered placing a small amount of cheese in the center as a variation on the cheese burger. I would guess that mixing cheese throughout might burn the cheese.

Tell us what happens if you try either technique.
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I've added cheese post grind, it just melts into the meat. Now stuffing a party on the other hand results in a nice gooey center of bliss!
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I've added cheese post grind, it just melts into the meat. Now stuffing a party on the other hand results in a nice gooey center of bliss!
This. I use soft bar cheese - generally sharp cheddar - in the middle of the patty. Works out very well. If I was going to mix it in direct with the meat I would go with some variation of kofta (onions and spices) mixed directly into the meat.
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Learned this one recently, and I was amazed at the results. First, I'd recommend putting the cheese in the middle like prior commenters have said, but also, try some butter instead of cheese. Beef and butter go together well, and it's probably an unholy alliance, but wow is it good. Also, make sure not to compress or mix the grind around too much before cooking it. Turns out that if you don't mix up the beef grind too much, it will come out a lot juicier after cooking. Applies to burgers, meatballs, meatloaves, etc.
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I'm appalled by this thread having 6 posts and not one mention of tossing some bacon in that grinder! You can do a 50/50 mix with bacon and chuck/brisket and it comes out really nice. Keep in mind that sucker will be pink even when you get into medium/medium-well.

I've used that Kitchenaid mixer before and wasn't too crazy about it. Took a really long time but I also threw 5lbs of brisket and chuck in it for a party. The burger were great but for the quantities I'd rather just have the butcher mill it down.
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Amber has been doing that for a few years now. No pink slime and she can grind up anything and everything.

It's a fun attachment!
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I'm appalled by this thread having 6 posts and not one mention of tossing some bacon in that grinder! You can do a 50/50 mix with bacon and chuck/brisket and it comes out really nice. Keep in mind that sucker will be pink even when you get into medium/medium-well.

I've used that Kitchenaid mixer before and wasn't too crazy about it. Took a really long time but I also threw 5lbs of brisket and chuck in it for a party. The burger were great but for the quantities I'd rather just have the butcher mill it down.
thats other reason i make this thread. is to see what other people put in grinder to make burgers or meat balls or any other type grind meat for food. you find it better to grind your own meat and have less fillers in ground meat.
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