KitchenAid RVSA Slicer/Shredder Attachment for Stand Mixers

December 23, 2014 - Comment

Rotor slicer/shredder for stand mixers includes 4 standard cones: fine shredder, coarse shredder, thick slicer, thin slicer. Makes thick or thin slices of firm fruit and vegetables, as well as fine or course shreds of crisp vegetables, nuts and firm cheese.This attachment performs the cutting and shredding duties your food processor might: select the proper

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Rotor slicer/shredder for stand mixers includes 4 standard cones: fine shredder, coarse shredder, thick slicer, thin slicer. Makes thick or thin slices of firm fruit and vegetables, as well as fine or course shreds of crisp vegetables, nuts and firm cheese.This attachment performs the cutting and shredding duties your food processor might: select the proper cone, slip it into the plastic housing, and attach all to your stand mixer’s hub with a metal shaft. You can shred potatoes, onions, nuts, and chocolate, or slice vegetables for cooking or munching. While it adds versatility to your mixer, the unit is cumbersome to disassemble–more so than KitchenAid’s other nifty attachments–and its several parts make it difficult to store. Still, it’s easier on your arms than manual slicing and shredding, especially for large quantities, and all parts are dishwasher-safe. –Betsy Danheim

Product Features

  • Includes two shredding cones, fine and coarse
  • Includes two slicing cones, thin and thick
  • Each works in conjunction with plastic housing and metal shaft
  • Works with all KitchenAid household stand mixers
  • Instruction book includes uses for cones and recipes

Comments

MAA "MAA" says:

Not sure this is a good idea for the kitchen aid I have been using this for a couple of months and it’s time consuming to get the grain through it. You have to start at a low setting and keep moving it through until it’s fine enough for baking. I think it’s tough to clean up but my main concern is that it seems to be a big strain on the unit itself and that concerns me. I could have bought a free standing grain mill for another 80-100 dollars but to replace my mixer is as you know alot more so…I’m on the fence about whether or not this was a good puchase. On the positive, it does work and the bread is very tasty.*****Update 5/12/11-I have had some issues with my kitchen aid mixer since using the grain mill. It’s slowing down and making strange noises. My sister in law called kitchen aid because when she bought and used the grain mill it broke her mixer. This grain mill according to kitchen aid is not recommended for use with a machine that is not at least 500watt and in the professional series. I’m pretty upset that we…

T. Drouillard says:

Not perfect, but very useful. 0

Speechie says:

Great Price, Good Mill I’ve used this mill for a year now. I probably grind once or twice a week. It’s better to use flour while fresh, so grind less flour, more often. I love this mill for the following reasons:-Easy to attach, use, clean, and put away.-Doesn’t take much storage room.-Not insanely loud (it is loud.. but not ear piercing loud like other stand-alone mills I’ve heard).-Doesn’t heat the flour as you mill it.Drawbacks to this grain mill are related to your intended use.-There is a size limit to the hopper (I don’t grind enough at a time to have this bother me).-You can only grind so much grain before you have to let the motor cool (again, I don’t grind enough at a time to worry about this).-On the finest setting, the grain isn’t as fine as a $200 plus mill, however, this mill didn’t cost $200 plus.I usually start milling on the finest setting, and then run all of that flour back through on the finest setting. Twice through…

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