Kenwood Chef Attachments
May 24, 2016 2:17 AM   Subscribe

I have a Kenwood Chef. I'm thinking about buying some of the attachments. What are your recommendations? Are the attachments worth it or are they useless? Do you use yours?
posted by poxandplague to Home & Garden (6 answers total)
Well, we bought the sausage-making attachment a couple of years ago. I think it's been used three times. Our local farm shops sell better sausages than we've been able to make, so it probably wasn't the best investment.
posted by pipeski at 2:32 AM on May 24, 2016

I use my power strainer attachment regularly to puree berries and make tomato sauce in big batches at the end of the season. That's the only additional one I have. I did kill the whisk but after about 30 years of hard use so...
posted by leslies at 5:07 AM on May 24, 2016 [1 favorite]

Is this a new or vintage Chef? The design and range of the attachments is different.

The vintage liquidisers are pretty effective.
posted by Busy Old Fool at 5:20 AM on May 24, 2016

If it is an old one, watch the load the attachments place on the gear train - it will strip if you are not careful. I think the mincer killed ours.

The new ones may be better, but for the obvious reason I can't vouch for that.
posted by GeeEmm at 5:50 AM on May 24, 2016

On mine I use the food processor (mainly for pastry and for grating), the jug blender and the spice grinder most. I only use the mincer for grinding poppy seeds.
posted by kadia_a at 9:38 AM on May 24, 2016

New chef
posted by poxandplague at 2:46 PM on May 24, 2016

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