Electric Mincer £34.99 @ Lidl
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Electric Mincer £34.99 @ Lidl

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Found 29th Dec 2011
I'm posting this because I bought one about two years ago and it's brilliant so far. Even though the motor is "only" 250W, it's very strong and cuts through tough meat with ease. I make all my minced meat, cutting off the fat and have it truly lean. Noise when running isn't to bad either. Those electric mincer usually start at £65+.

From Lidl desription:

Suitable for mincing meat and making sausages – can also be used to make biscuits

Soft touch controls

Includes 3 different mincing discs, stainless steel biscuit attachment, sausage attachment, kibbeh attachment and plastic stopper

Feeder, input and output shafts made from die-cast aluminium

With reverse action to prevent blockages

Base with non-slip feet and integrated cable storage

Perfect for making sausages and meatballs

With integrated compartment for storing mincing discs

Includes a wide range of accessories

250 watt

3 year manufacturer’s warranty
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oooooh how camp
phillyboy

oooooh how camp


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http://web.mit.edu/mna/Public/Kesem/kesemCampSite.jpg
pet2000

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Mincer...minces away...seems like a nice boy....forget it.
Edited by: "cicobuff" 29th Dec 2011
cicobuff

Mincer...minces away...seems like a nice boy....forget it.


LMAO
I still dont get it
pet2000

I still dont get it



OMG lol..I guess you must be under 30 and never watched a Carry On Movie or anything!!!

Google search "Mincer" and google search the term "camp" I think you will soon come across alternate meanings for both words!

http://www.electricteacher.com/images/ooh-matron-with-text.gif



Edited by: "cicobuff" 29th Dec 2011
I'm free !!!

Reminds me of last nights film - sweeney todd
huni terrible dele as u'll use once and then put in back up cupbard xx
Ok speaking seriously now OP...seeing that you are pleased with your machine, I am interested to know how the mince turns out...obviously to stop the mince being too dry does there not have to be a certain amount of fat?
Jorsha

huni terrible dele as u'll use once and then put in back up cupbard xx



I take it that english is not your native language, can I give you a little advice though, learn the word "deal" instead of "dele" and change your avatar (picture) for this word as well
who are you of to critisize me! i am allowed to free country expression wherever i want xx
cicobuff

I take it that english is not your native language, can I give you a … I take it that english is not your native language, can I give you a little advice though, learn the word "deal" instead of "dele" and change your avatar (picture) for this word as well



The scary thing is, English probably IS their first language. I used to think that a lot too until I realised that they're more likely to be thick than foreign. (inb4 i'm dyslexic innit... :-) )
cicobuff

Ok speaking seriously now OP...seeing that you are pleased with your … Ok speaking seriously now OP...seeing that you are pleased with your machine, I am interested to know how the mince turns out...obviously to stop the mince being too dry does there not have to be a certain amount of fat?


No, you dont need fat in your burger mix. You can put in an egg or soya mince if you want, to bind it better.

As to the Carry On movies, I haven't actually been able to sit through one, so I dont know the terminology, LOL.




Edited by: "pet2000" 29th Dec 2011
Electric Mincer...? just stick a mains cable up Julian Clarey's ****!
For the odd time I want to mince I use a food processor which does an okay job.
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