KitchenAid Shredder/ slicer stand mixer attachment MVSA
About this item
Perfect for your Kitchenaid 'Artisan' stand mixers, this shredder slicer attachment comes with a medium and a coarse shredding drum for the perfect thickness. Four settings let you control the thickness and texture of your slicing or shredding when working with firm fruits & vegetables or with cheeses. The results will be quick, delicious and perfect for whatever treat you're cooking up.
Model number: MVSA
For use with KitchenAid Artisan stand mixers
Slices and shreds root and raw green vegetables, potatoes, onions, cheese, vaious types of fruits, nuts and chocolate.
Comes with: medium and coarse shredding drums and a slicing drum
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Nik27 Great
Really enjoyed using this, very simple to use a must have for anyone with a kitchen aid mixer
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Lola's mum Does the job!
I love my kitchen aid mixer , and these attachments ( albeit expensive!!) are handy. Have made potato dauphinoise quickly and easily with the slicer , grated cheese, shredded cabbage , quickly and simply , and although they need hand washing afterwards it was not a problem ( well my husband washed them up!) they fit easily and secure well onto the mixer, and although I have some arthritis in my hand it didn't cause me a problem to attach or change any of the drums over. I would heartily recommend ! Very quickly delivery too !
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