I heard somewhere that the average hamburger patty contains the DNA of around 1,000 cows. Wow that's gross! Today I am going to show you how to grind your own hamburger at home. The taste is far superior to commercial burger, and you KNOW what's in it.
BeefBacon--one strip per pound of beefKnife Cutting BoardButcher PaperMeat GrinderLarge BowlBeef--I shop around and buy what is on sale, any cut of beef will do. Just remember the more fat, gristle, or silver skin the more work there is in step 2. It's waste and you wind up with less burger.Bacon--Most commercial hamburger is supposed to be a mixture of lean beef, tallow, and water. Tallow is a firm, flavorless fat that collects around the spine of the cow, it is used to bind the burger keeping it's shape after cooking. Bacon is used to replace the tallow, holding the burger together and tastes way better than plain tallow. Water is weight that evaporates during cooking, you pay for it but you don't eat it. Meat Grinder--Hand crank, electric, doesn't matter. I got lucky and have a Kitchen-aid with a grinder attachment.
Remove any fat, gristle, or silver skin. It doesn't have to be perfect but the cleaner it is the more you'll notice a difference over store bought. Once cleaned cut into strips, roughly 1x1 inch. If using hand grinder you may want to make them smaller, not sure never used one, but after you grind the first strip you'll know what you can or can't grind. Assemble your grinder following it's instructions.
I like to start with a strip of bacon, to grease everything up inside the grinder. Then poke the meat in one piece at a time. Adding a piece of bacon after several strips of beef until everything is ground into large bowl. Be careful of fingers and neckties, you don't want that in the beef.Note-- Air bubbles tend to form inside the grinder causing meat to fly. I use the saran wrap on the end of the grinder is to keep the meat off my walls. Held in place with a rubber band.
Now we get our hands dirtier. You'll see pockets of bacon in the burger, mix it into the burger a little better. If you want to add seasoning to your burger this is the time to do it. Using the butcher paper to help, roll the burger into a tube or log. This simply helps you pack the ground burger back into the grinder. Taking small handfuls, grind it again, using the same bowl as before. IMPORTANT--After the first handful be ready to catch the burger that comes out and put it back through the grinder. Why? There is still meat in the grinder from the first grind that needs to be ground again.
When done, pack the burger together in the bowl. Pour onto new sheet of butcher paper, divide and store however you want. When cooking the burger, you will notice there won't be a lot of grease in your pan, you probably won't have to drain it like store bought burger. There will also be no foaming and bubbling during the cooking process because there is no water. I used to work at a meat shop and the recipe for burger called for one gallon of water for every 20 pounds of burger. So that's approximately a third of what you pay for. That's expensive water. My family loves this, my wife won't eat any other burger. Plus, you get the bacon flavor built in, there is only the DNA of one cow and one pig, and no floor scraps. This usually only takes about 30 minutes to do five pounds. So it doesn't have to be an all day chore to get fresh burger.Remember make it with love, you are feeding it to your people, we can't all be vegans but we can try a little harder. Enjoy!
I plan to buy a meat grinder soon. I know very little about grinding meat. Thank you for sharing you knowledge with all these details. Cutting it with bacon vrs meat fat, ect. I will use the vast majority of your suggestions. I really appreciate this. :)
Wonderful instructable. I have make ground beef from steaks in the past, and the taste was wonderful. Next is to try this your way :) Can't wait! This is also a wonderful method for making chicken, turkey or shrimp burgers from scratch~ lol
Kewl! Very Informative. This makes me want to actually buy a hand grinder. (I can't afford an electric grinder.) I never would have thought a strip of bacon for every pound of beef is all it takes to keep it together while cooking. Now, if only I could talk the local butcher into adapting this recipe. hehehe. Hmm, is it possible to do this with a food processor?
I have seen recipes on the internet for burger ground in a food processor and I think Alton Brown did one on Good Eats. The texture is not supposed to be the same though. A hand grinder seems like the best most affordable choice, It's where I started. Hand grinding elk for burger as a child for my dad.
I made my first batch about 2 weeks ago (bought 2 large chuck roasts from Sam's club along with their bacon) and just made a second batch yesterday. Wow! At first my wife thought I was nuts, after her first burger she said I can keep making them and my daughter also loves them. One other piece of advise I had seen from Alton Brown is to put the bowl the meat is falling into another bowl with ice. He suggested the process of grinding generates some heat and it is best to keep the beef cooled down. Thanks for the instructable!
i use to go to college and we did ower own butchering in the class for the steaks and the like we would always save the trimmings of like extra meat that was right size for steaks and stuff and grind it and use it for family meal for the class on different days i havent used my grinder in a bit but the one we used at the college we would let the grinder sit in the freezer so the meat wouldnt get warm so were it was easier to grind i was wondering when i got my kitchenaid attachment it came with two sizes did you use the large then the small or just the large twice over?
I use the small holes for both grinds. I may be wrong but I use the large for grinding pork for sausage. My Kitchen Aid is getting kind of old and running the meat thought the large holes first might be easier on it. Thanks for the idea I'm going to try it next time!!
This is fantastic, I'm glad more people are doing this. I started grinding my own hamburger 6 months ago and I haven't turned back. I also wanted to chime in and say that this CANbe done in a food processor as well, if you don't have access to a meat grinder. Just cut the meat into 1/2"cubes and process 6-8 oz at a time for 10-15 pulses. It's also great to just toss a clove of garlic in there with each batch to really infuse the meat with flavor.
I've tried the food processor route and it works well, as long as you don't over process it. I sometimes buy from Fresh Direct and will order an entire rib roast. I have it cut into a roast and steaks and ask for them to include the trimmings (I paid for them after all). From just the trimmings I sometimes get 2 lbs of burger meat.
I need to start doing this again -- great reminder, great Ible. Of course, when the kid was very little, I made sure everything she stuffed in her maw was organic & mama-approved. Then she decided to live on chicken nuggets. :p (I do still make steak tartare for my partner, by hand, all organic.) In the past, I included leftover ham in some, and I kneaded in fresh herbs and feta cheese and balsamic vinegar -- in both cases, these were for batches being used immediately, I don't know how adding those components would affect the meat long-term.
Whos ready to get back to the grind? Whether youre an avid hunter, professional chef, experienced home cook, or a complete novice in the kitchen, grinding your own meat can be incredibly fun, worthwhile, and recipe-inspiring. Not only that, but its a total cooking game-changer.
Our list of the best meat grinders features all kinds of incredible appliances perfect for home use. Weve got it all: manually-operated machines, powerful electrics, large-capacity grinders, small-batch wonders, and budget-friendly options you name it, we found it. There are even meat grinders on here that do more than just grind meat talk about cool kitchen gadgets.
This highly-rated meat grinder and sausage stuffer from STX International is an all-in-one machine with some serious umph. While not a traditional sausage stuffer, it is equipped with a great number of stuffing-specific attachments, warranting it a place on this list.
Featuring an electric motor for ease of use, the ability to grind 180-240 pounds of meat per hour (when properly prepped!), and three sausage stuffing funnels (1/2, 5/8, 3/4), this machine really does do it all and does it fast!
Durable, heavy-duty, powerful the LEM Big Bites Electric Meat Grinder #32 is for real deal hunters, chefs, and home cooks who want to grind up a lot of meat. Featuring a 1.5HP motor, this model is definitely the strongest of the LEM Big Bites line and will churn out 17lbs of meat per minute thats 1,020lbs of meat per hour. Wow!
This all-stainless-steel grinder features all-metal gears with roller bearings, a heavy-duty handle for easy handling, a permanently lubricated motor, two grinder plates for coarse and fine grinds, and sausage stuffing accessories. Like all Big Bites meat grinders, this one also comes equipped with a large meat tray so you can grind longer and faster.
If you own a KitchenAid stand mixer and are looking to make your own ground meats, sausages, fresh bread crumbs, and grated cheese, KitchenAids food grinder attachment is the perfect addition to your kitchen. Simply attach this device to the power hub of your stand mixer sold separately, unfortunately and let the mixer do the work for you! Pretty cool, huh?
Designed to be fast and efficient, the #12 grinder from LEMs Big Bites collection features all-metal gears with roller bearings, a heavy-duty handle, a permanently lubricated motor, newly improved grease formula to reduce noise, and a built-in circuit breaker. It also comes with a large meat tray, stainless steel grinding plates (fine, coarse), three sausage stuffing funnels, and a meat stomper.
While this appliance is definitely a splurge item, its highly rated for a reason. LEMs advanced Big Bite technology cuts the grind time in half, improves the second grind, and makes stuffing sausages easy.
Whether youre a foodie looking to make your burger patties from scratch or a hunter needing to process your game, Weston makes high-quality meat processing equipment for all of your culinary projects.
The Weston Butcher Series #22 meat grinder is heavy-duty, durable, and commercial-style. Designed to process 9-12 pounds of meat per minute nice! this machine comes with a powerful permanently lubricated air-cooled 750-watt motor.
Featuring two stainless steel grinding plates for medium, and coarse grinds, and a sausage stuffing kit with four funnels (10mm, 20mm, 30mm, 40mm), this is an all-in-one machine with some serious wow-power. It also has a 5-year limited warranty.
Designed to be efficient, the #5 grinder from LEMs Big Bites collection features all-metal gears with roller bearings, a heavy-duty handle, a permanently lubricated motor, newly improved grease formula to reduce noise, and a built-in circuit breaker. It also comes with a large meat tray, stainless steel grinding plates (fine, coarse), three sausage stuffing funnels, and a meat stomper.
Featuring four meat grinding plates, three sausage stuffing funnels (1/2, 5/8, 3/4), and one Kubbe maker, this machine also allows you to slice, shred and grate vegetables. Included with this appliance are the following blades: one for slicing, two for shredding, and one for grating. Perfect for potatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, carrots, and a variety of other vegetables, these attachments also work well with hard cheeses, chocolates, and nuts.
Great for hunters and home cooks with lots of meat to grind, the Weston Pro Series Electric Meat Grinder can grind up to 540 pounds of meat per hour thats 9 pounds per minute. Equipped with two grinding plates fine and coarse four sausage stuffing tubes, and a solid meat stomper, youll be grinding up meat and stuffing sausages quickly and efficiently.
Designed and manufactured by LEM, a leader in meat processing equipment, this all stainless-steel grinder features all-metal gears with roller bearings, a heavy-duty handle for easy moving, a permanently lubricated motor, two grinder plates for coarse and fine grinds, and sausage stuffing accessories. The bit bites model also comes equipped with a large meat tray so you can grind longer and faster.
Like the other KitchenAid grinder on this list, this one is also powered by your stand mixer. While not as large-and-in-charge as the metal food grinder weve included, this one is highly-rated and well-loved for its simplicity and effectiveness. Its also at a great price point.
Simply attach to the power hub of your mixer, throw in some meat, vegetables, fruits, or cheese, and let the mixer do the work for you. You can even make bread crumbs and combine ingredients to make salsas and dips. Featuring two grinding plates for coarse and fine textures, this grinder is ideal for the home cook looking to do more with an appliance they already have in their kitchen. Easy to use and clean, this is a favorite for a reason.
If youre looking for a solid electric meat grinder, this one from Aobosi is a quality machine. Like a few of the other best meat grinders on our list, this grinder not only grinds meat but stuffs sausages, too. It also makes Kubbes a middle eastern dish.
A high-quality grinder thats well-loved by reviewers, Aobosi blends a great performance with a professional design for a more effective grinding experience. Featuring a quieter engine, stainless steel body, 350w motor, three grinding plates (coarse, medium, fine), and sausage making attachments, this is a great meat grinder for the home cook. And, as a total bonus, you can grind fish, wheatgrass, garlic, and other vegetables with this device.
Featuring stainless steel construction, a quality hand crank, two grinding plates (coarse, fine), and three stuffing funnels (1/2, 3/4, 7/8), this machine is not only multi-functional but easy to operate and easy to clean. The stainless steel also has a polished finished making it durable and rust-resistant.
Equipped with a 1-1/4 thick table clamp to ensure a secure fit to just about any work surface, this manual meat grinder from LEM might be considered basic but its a quality grinder for the home cook. The only real downside to this machine is that is lacks a large meat tray.
Featuring three durable stainless steel grinding plates (fine, medium, coarse), one sausage stuffer, two blades, and a Kibbe maker, this grinder is also made to work with fruits and vegetables. You can even make your own breadcrumbs.
This grinder also comes with a durable and noise-reducing 350-watt engine, enabling you to grind and mince up to three pounds of meat per minute. Easy to operate with an on/off switch and reverse feature in case something gets jammed, this grinder also disassembles easily for a proper wash. Please note, however, that no parts are dishwasher safe.
Ideal for the home cook, Cuisinarts electric meat grinder is perfect for small-batch meat grinding. Great for making burgers, meatloaf, meatballs, sausages, chili, and pts, this grinder will up your kitchen game with the push of a button.
Featuring two grinding plates (coarse, medium), two sausage stuffing attachments to make links in various sizes, a 300-watt motor that can grind up to three pounds of meat a minute (thats 180 pounds an hour!), and a reverse function should meat get stuck, this machine is easy to assemble and use.
Made with heavy-duty plastic, this hand crank-operated machine features two stainless steel grinding blades for coarse and medium textures, a meat pusher, and a strong suction base that adheres properly to most work surfaces. All parts of the grinder are dishwasher safe and the components disassemble easily for cleaning. The machines small size also bodes well for home kitchens as it doesnt require much storage space.
Much like making your own sausages, grinding your own meat is well worth the effort. Between lowering your weekly grocery bill and the control you have over your food, there are a lot of benefits to buying your own grinder and making your own burger patties.
Taste - you know that ground meat you buy at the grocery store? Full disclosure: it's not typically made by your friendly neighborhood butcher. On the other hand, your butcher most likely cuts the meat you find in the glass display every day. By buying your meat from the butcher's cuts you're actually getting fresher protein, and fresher meat is almost always guaranteed to taste better. By grinding your own meat, your burgers, tacos, and anything else you're planning on whipping up will taste better, too.
Health - when you control your food you control your health. Want free-range chicken burgers? Make them yourself. Want to limit the amount of sodium and fat in your taco meat? Make it yourself. Grinding your own meat has a lot of health benefits worth considering. And, let's not forget about the recalls on ground meat products in the last few years. A good way to avoid those added health concerns is by grinding your own meat.
Tip: don't be afraid of a little fat. Fat adds flavor and keeps your burgers nice and juicy. The perfect blend is 80/20 - 80% meat, 20% fat. That might seem a little high on the fat content, but remember, it will render out.
Cost - chances are you'll be able to lower your weekly grocery store bill by grinding your own meat. By buying your own cuts you're able to buy what you want at the price point you're comfortable with. See a special on beef, pork, or chicken? Might be a good time to stock up and do a bulk grind.
Creativity - ground meat options are fairly limited at the grocery store. Heck, most chains only recently started selling ground chicken and lamb. By buying your own electric meat grinder - or manual meat grinder - you'll be able to get creative with your protein selections and blends.
Deciding which meat grinder is best for you really depends on two factors: what are you planning on using it for, and, how often do you plan on using it. Our list of the best meat grinders includes a wide range of available options, including electric and manual machines. You can't go wrong with any of these, but here are a few shopping tips:
KitchenAid Stand Mixer Attachments - if you own a KitchenAid stand mixer and are planning on processing small batches only, you'll want to look at the food grinder attachments on this list. Both are highly-rated and well-loved by KitchenAid owners. They also grind more than meat - bonus!
Hunters - the best meat grinders for avid hunters need to be heavy-duty and electric with a good motor. Chances are you'll be processing a large quantity of meat and you'll need a machine that can keep up with your load. We've included many options on this list that are perfect for such a thing.
Home Cooks - for both experienced and casual home cooks, you'll need a machine that best fits your intent. If you're just starting out in the world of home-ground meat and are unsure if it's something you really want to do long-term, the best meat grinders for you might be of the manual variety - options that are small, inexpensive, and perfect for newcomers. For someone who's committed to grinding their own meat and wants the process to be fast and easy, an electric meat grinder with some motor power should fit your needs well.
Not at all! Grinding your own meat at home is incredibly easy! With many tutorials available online, you'll be cranking out homemade burger patties in no time! Bonus! It's also an incredibly fun and engaging culinary project to tackle with your family.
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Here you can read everything you need to know about the 5 best hamburger grinder machines available on the market. In this review, you can find out everything on their technical specifications, design, and other useful features that will help you decide which hamburger grinder is the best choice for you.
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The Chard HG-22 manual hamburger grinder machine is a high-quality hand grinder model that would be a great buy for those of you who prefer manual grinders rather than the electric meat grinder. This model is user-friendly which makes it a great addition to any hamburger lover out there.
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In my opinion, the two best hamburger grinder machines available on the market are the Meat Grinder For Home Use, Cheffano, and the Chard HG-22 Meat Hand Grinder, No. 22 model. The Cheffano hamburger meat grinder model is a high-quality electric hamburger grinder that enables you to grind a lot of meat fast and easy which is a great thing. The Chard HG-22 meat grinder machine is a heavy-duty cast iron manual hamburger grinder model. This one is safe and easy to use and would be a great addition to any household.
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#12 Heavy Duty 500W automatic meat Grinder Commercial Grade w/ 3 Stuffing Tubes Assembly Instructions: Insert grinder head into gear housing; be sure that the hopper tray throat is facing upward. Hold grinder head with one hand, place locking knob into the hole on the side of Motor Housing and tighten it clockwise (See Fig 1). Insert auger into the grinder head. You may need to turn the auger to align it with the drive shaft of the motor (See Fig 2). Place cutting knife blade onto Feed Screw shaft of the auger with the Flat edge of blade facing the front (See Fig 3). If blade is not seated properly, meat will not be ground. Place desired grinding plate next to Cutting Blade. The notch in the plate should align with the protrusion on the grinder head (See Fig 4). Firmly screw ring cap onto grinder head. Do not over tighten (See Fig 5). Insert the Hopper meat tray onto the throat of the head (See Fig 6) Specifications: Item number MG-204191 MG-204185 52021250 Rate Power 400W 500W 500W Master Pack 4pcs/ctn 4pcs/ctn 1pc/ctn Measure 19''x17''x17'' 485x435x435mm 20''x18''x16'' 500x445x410mm 16''x13''x14'' 410x335x345mm Description: Heavy-duty construction with #12 neck size Powerful 2/3 HP(500W) motor Grinds up to 5.5lb. of meat per minute Reverse function for easily un-jamming your grinder to maximize output Includes 2 stainless steel cutting plates 3/16'' & 3/8'', a stainless steel stuffing plate and a stainless steel cutting knife Comes with a set of 3/8'', 3/4'' and 1-1/8'' stuffing tubes Meat stomper included for accessories storage Item# 52021250 Head for meat grinder: Trouble Shooting: Problems Solutions Grinder has no power Check power to outlet. Make sure unit is securely plugged into outlet. Grinder has no power, but outlet does First, check and reset circuit breaker. Problem may be with switch or power cord. Contact customer service. Grinder hums or runs in only one direction Grinder has switch or internal problem. Try resetting circuit breaker. Contact customer service. Grinder hums or labors to operate Possible cold gear grease problem. Move grinder to warmer area. If this does not work contact customer service. Grinder runs slowly and erratically Possible cold gear grease problem. Move grinder to warmer area. If this does not work contact customer service. Meat is backing up at the grinder Auger is not able to handle large portions of meat. Cut meat into smaller pieces so auger can work properly. Meat is only turning around the auger and compressing against the head Meat is too warm. Cool meat to a temperature around 40. Meat does not flow through grinder Make sure grinder head is properly assembled. Check sharpness of knife blade. Meat is backing up at head and will not flow Meat may be snagging on the auger or other parts. Lubricate internal parts with food-grade silicone spray.
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