AAOBOSI Electric Meat Grinder Review: A Heavy-Duty Meat Mincer Perfect for Making Homemade Sausage

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The Lowdown

The AAOBOSI Electric Meat Grinder is an excellent option for a family or home chef to make ground meat products. The device is small and easy to store, yet powerful; with it, we had no problem making 50 pounds of venison sausage from the first grind to stuffing.

Overall
5

Pros

  • Small and affordable grinder
  • Strong motor never slowed down
  • All attachments to make sausage included

Cons

  • This particular grinder might be too small for really large jobs, but it managed to take on 50 pounds of meat just fine
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Harvesting and preparing our food is an integral part of my family’s life; a successful deer season helps provide us with food that lasts the entire year. Our favorite way to process the meat we hunt is to make sausage. I recently needed to clean out the last of our venison, which presented the perfect opportunity for testing the AAOBOSI Electric Meat Grinder.

The AAOBOSI Electric Meat Grinder is a 3-in-1 sausage stuffer and grinder that comes with three plate sizes, a sausage tube, a stainless cutting blade, an upgraded auger, and a Kubbe kit in the box; the plate sizes include 7mm coarse, 5mm medium, and 3mm fine. The AAOBOSI’s 350W motor will power the grind quickly, and it is the perfect size for a small family or a single meal preparation.

Accessories included in the Aaobosi Electric Meat Grinder retail box

The AAOBOSI Electric Meat Grinder is simple to set up and prepare for work. We began by cubing the venison and pork and mixing the pieces in a food tote. Using the 7mm course plate, we began grinding. Anytime meat is ground, it is essential to keep it cold or almost frozen to ensure a nice grind and not bind up the machine.

Aaobosi Electric Meat Grinder set up and ready to grind meat for sausage

While relatively small for a bulk meat grinder, the AAOBOSI Electric Meat Grinder did an excellent job right out of the box. Once the meat is fed into the auger, it never slows down or jams, and the double switch safety feature is an excellent addition.

We had 50 pounds of sausage to make, which turned out to be quite an undertaking for this grinder. I recommend using it for making smaller batches or even making sausage or freshly ground meat for each meal.

Our biggest problem was finding a place to store the first grind as we worked since it was going so fast.

After 50 pounds of work, the machine was pretty hot, but overheating protection is included with the unit, so I had no worries.

Grinding deer meat with the Aaobosi Electric Meat Grinder

Sausage making is a family event in our home; we do it at least once and usually twice a year, and I want my sons to be able to make sausage someday with their families.

We mix up the chunks of pork and venison for the initial grind, then chill the meat for the next step. I prefer a 70% pork to 30% venison recipe since the deer meat is so lean.

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Grinding out sausage with the Aaobosi Electric Meat Grinder

While we took a few breaks to move the ground meat around, we did the 50 pounds of meat about as quickly as we could, and we had no issues with the grinder; this thing just kept on running. Once all the meat was coarsely ground, we seasoned it and mixed it heavily to ensure the seasoning, pork, and venison were mixed evenly.

It is essential to make sure you do not have any seasoning pockets to get a consistent flavor profile. Once that was finished, we ground the meat using the 5mm medium plate; this is the final size we used to stuff the sausage. It is also ok to use the course or fine plates, depending on your preferences.

The ground raw sausage made with the Aaobosi Electric Meat Grinder

To stuff the sausage into its casing, we removed the plate and blade and installed the sausage attachment.

From that point, the casing slides on, and the machine is turned on to begin stuffing. It may take a few minutes to get the timing down, but you will stuff some beautiful sausages once you do.

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Once we began to stuff, my wife and one of our sons took the fresh sausage links and vacuum-sealed them for freezer storage. We played music and spent quality family time together while preparing food for the winter.

Making sausage with the Aaobosi Electric Meat Grinder

The AAOBOSIElectric Meat Grinder’s motor is not too loud, and it is strong enough to power through anything you throw at it.

While we stuffed most of the sausage we made, we also made several packages of pan sausage for breakfast and other recipes. The consistency of the grind is on par with any grinder I have used, and at under $100, the AAOBOSI Electric Meat Grinder is an excellent kitchen addition. We’ll use it throughout deer season to process our wild game.

Homemade sausage, made with the Aaobosi Electric Meat Grinder

The AAOBOSI Electric Meat Grinder is an excellent option for a family or home chef to make ground meat products. The device is small and easy to store, yet powerful; with it, we had no problem making 50 pounds of venison sausage from the first grind to stuffing.

The AAOBOSI Electric Meat Grinder retails for $95.99; it is available from Amazon.

Source: Manufacturer supplied review sample

What I Like: Small and affordable grinder; Strong motor never slowed down; All attachments to make sausage included

What Needs Improvement: This particular grinder might be too small for really large jobs, but it managed to take on 50 pounds of meat just fine

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About the Author

Travis Ehrlich
Travis is a high school teacher and coach in a small South Texas town. His love for gadgets began at a very early age, and he has been a cross between a jock and a geek for most of his life. He has two boys and a wonderful wife who lets him be a gadget freak. He is a Mac convert and has drank the whole pitcher of kool-aid! He is also an avid guitar player and loves the outdoors, especially hunting with both a bow and rifle.