Why your Kitchen Needs the Bosch Meat Grinder

Bosch Meat Grinder

Interested in trying your hand at making your own specially crafted burgers, mince or sausages? The Bosch Meat grinder could be the perfect new addition to your Bosch Universal Mixer collection.

You might think that the Bosch Meat Grinder is a carnivore’s dream, and we’d be inclined to agree. However, the Bosch Meat Grinder is suitable for users from all branches of the food chain. This machine can also be used to easily grind cheese, vegetables, stuffing, nuts…. pretty much any food you can think of, meaning you can keep any vegetarians in your life happy, too.Bosch Meat Grinder

Why we Love it

The Bosch Meat Grinder is the market leader in meat grinding appliances for a reason. There’s no other machine on the market that can grind meat quite as well. Plus, it can be used for a whole host of other things, too. Need some stuffing for your thanksgiving dinner? How about cranberry relish? Want to grind some nuts to make nut butter with? These things can be done perfectly with the Bosch Meat Grinder.

The Bosch Meat Grinder is one of the most popular attachments for the Bosch Universal Mixer. As any culinary connoisseur will know, the Universal Mixer has a cult following with loyal users saying that the product has lasted them for years on end. People love it because it grinds meat easier than a hand grinder- you can make enough meat for 6 burgers in 2 minutes. Plus, the meat produced has a much better consistency than that made in a food processor. It’s safer and easier to make your own burgers, mince and sausages yourself than it would be buying them in a supermarket, too. Most importantly, it’s easy to clean and reassemble, meaning that grinding your own meat doesn’t need to be a hassle.

Grinding your own meat is a fantastically economical alternative to buying shop made mince, burgers and sausages. By doing it yourself, you know exactly what’s going in there, so you can be sure that you’re only eating ethically sourced, high-quality cuts of meat. Some of the mince that’s on the shelves of our supermarkets is packed full of chemicals and other unknown things. I’m sure we’ve not all forgotten the recent horsemeat scandal that swept the world a few years ago! Make sure that you know exactly what you’re feeding your family by making it yourself, the easy way.

Any Downsides?

Premium products come with a premium price and the Bosch Meat Grinder doesn’t come cheap. However, you get what you pay for, and if you’re really serious about taste and quality, then there is no better machine on the market than the Bosch Meat Grinder. This will last you for years and years to come and save you money and time in the long run, so it’s definitely a worthwhile investment.

Features & Benefits

4.5mm grinding disk
4 blade knife
Filler tray
Works with the Bosch Universal Mixer
Durable and long-lasting
Compact so it doesn’t take up too much countertop space

Tips for Users

For best results, always use partially frozen cuts of meat. Inch square cubes are the optimal cuts. Also, to ensure that your machine lasts you for years, and to avoid any nasty food poisoning, wash the machine with hot, soapy water after every use. Make sure to dry the blades properly after washing to keep them sharp and avoid any rusting.


I think you’ll agree that the Bosch Meat Grinder is fully deserving of a place in any culinary master’s kitchen. Wow your family and friends with tasty homemade burgers, sausages and mince that you know are completely chemical free with no added rubbish.

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