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POWERFUL
FEATURES:
- 500 Watt heavy duty
motor grinds up to
6 lbs. per minute
- Cam-Lok™ grinder head
quickly and securely
attaches to body
- Stainless steel cutting blade
For your safety and continued enjoyment of this product,
always read the instruction book carefully before using.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions must
always be followed, including the following:
1. To protect against risk of electrical shock, do not put appliance in water or other
liquid.
2. BEFORE using for the first time, remove all packaging and wash parts.
3. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.
This appliance is not recommended for use by children.
4. Unplug from outlet when not in use, before putting on or taking off parts, and
before cleaning.
5. Avoid contact with moving parts.
6. NEVER put the unit near a hot burner, in an oven, or in a dishwasher.
7. DO NOT operate the appliance, or any other electrical equipment, with a
damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or is dropped or
damaged in any manner. Return to the nearest authorized service center for
examination, repair, or adjustment.
8. NEVER feed food by hand; always use the pusher. Keep hands, hair, clothing and
utensils away from moving discs during operation to reduce the risk of personal
injury and/or damage to the appliance.
9. DO NOT use outdoors, or use for other than intended use.
10. WARNING: the cutting blade is sharp; handle with care both when using and
when cleaning.
11. DO NOT let cord hang over edge of table or counter, contact sharp edges, or
touch hot surfaces.
12. DO NOT pull on the power cord to disconnect.
13. NEVER plug in the appliance where water may flood the area.
14. Place the appliance on a firm and stable surface.
15. NEVER PUT YOUR FINGERS NEAR THE FOOD CHUTE WHILE GRINDER IS IN
OPERATION.
16. Ensure that the appliance is not placed close to the edge of the table, worktop,
etc., where it can be pushed off or fall.
17. The use of attachments not recommended or sold by the manufacturer may
cause fire, electric shock or injury.
18. NEVER use abrasive cleaning agents or abrasive cloths when cleaning the unit.
19. DO NOT use fingers to scrape food away from cutting blade while appliance is in
operation. Cut type injury may result.
20. Only use the unit when completely assembled.
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21. DO NOT leave the appliance unattended while it is running.
22. This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). To reduce
the risk of electric shock, this plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If
the plug does not fit the outlet perfectly, reverse the plug. If it should still not fit,
contact a qualified electrician. Do not modify the plug in any way.
23. Check that the control is OFF before plugging the cord into wall outlet. To
disconnect, turn the control to OFF, then remove plug from wall outlet.
24. DO NOT place on or near hot gas or electric burner or in a heated oven.
THIS APPLIANCE IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY.
OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
1. GRIND/STUFF/REVERSE/OFF SWITCH
2. LOCKING LATCH
3. MOTOR HOUSING
4. ATTACHMENT OPENING
5. FOOD PUSHER WITH LID
6. LARGE DIE-CAST HOPPER
7. AUGER HEAD
8. AUGER
9. AUGER HEAD COLLAR
10. CUTTING BLADE
11. CUTTING PLATE (FINE)
12. CUTTING PLATE (MEDIUM)
13. CUTTING PLATE (COARSE)
14. SAUSAGE ATTACHMENT (LARGE)
15. SAUSAGE ATTACHMENT (SMALL)
16. SAUSAGE-MAKING RING
4
3
2
1
11
12
13
9
7
6
10
8
5
14
15
5
16
Note: Cutting plates are stored in food pusher.
STUFF setting is approx. half the speed of the
GRIND setting to ensure proper sausage stuffing.
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HOW TO ASSEMBLE
1. Make sure appliance is unplugged while assembling.
2. Fit GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD (7) tightly into ATTACHMENT OPENING (4).
Holding head with one hand, lock the head by pushing the LOCKING LATCH (2)
downwards.
3. Place FEED SCREW (8) into GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD (7), long end spindle first;
turn it slightly until it is set into MOTOR HOUSING (3).
4. Position CUTTING BLADE (9) onto FEED SCREW (8) shaft with the flat cutting
surface facing out from the FEED SCREW (8).
5. Position the desired CUTTING PLATE (10, 11, 12) onto the flat side of the
CUTTING BLADE (9). Ensure that the notch of the CUTTING PLATE fits into the
tab of the GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD (7).
6. Secure SCREW RING (16) to the end of the GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD (7) by
turning clockwise.
7. Place LARGE DIE-CAST HOPPER (6) on the GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD (7).
8. Use the FOOD PUSHER (5) to gently feed food, one piece at a time. DO NOT
force the food into the GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD (7).
Please do not return product to the store you purchased it from.
For questions or concerns please contact customer service at
1-800-288-4545 or visit chardproducts.com.
HOW TO USE
1. Place the appliance on a level, stable work surface.
2. Make sure the GRIND/STUFF/REVERSE/OFF Switch is in the OFF position.
3. Insert plug into wall outlet.
4. Place a wide, shallow bowl or plate beneath the GRINDER TUBE to catch food.
5. If grinding meat, switch appliance to the GRIND position. If stuffing sausage,
switch appliance to the STUFF position. The appliance must ALWAYS be in the
GRIND or STUFF position before adding food.
6. Place food on the large DIE-CAST HOPPER and use PUSHER to feed food
through opening.
7. Sausage making accessories, such as casings and seasonings, are not included.
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HOW TO USE (CONTINUED)
NOTE: SAFETY RESET BUTTON & REVERSE FUNCTION
If the motor stops, this may be due to jammed food.
IMMEDIATELY switch the appliance to it’s OFF position. Press
the RESET BUTTON on the bottom to reset. To clear the FEED
SCREW, switch the appliance to it’s REV position to clear the
jam. Once clear, turn the Meat Grinder to the GRIND or STUFF
position again. If the appliance should get jammed again, you
may need to switch it OFF, unplug, disassemble the GRINDER/
FEEDER HEAD, and clean the internal parts. Press the RESET
BUTTON before turning the Meat Grinder to the GRIND or
STUFF position again.
Reset Button
IMPORTANT: When resetting - ALWAYS switch the unit to it’s
OFF position before pressing RESET BUTTON.
CUTTING PLATES
FINE CUTTING PLATE - Great for spreads, pates, baby food, and hamburgers.
MEDIUM CUTTING PLATE - Great for ground meat used in soups, or for relishes.
COARSE CUTTING PLATE - Great for ground meat used in chili, or for vegetables
THESE PLATES ARE NOT DISHWASHER SAFE.
PLEASE HAND-WASH ONLY!
HELPFUL HINTS
1.
Trim a handful of fat from meat. Process the fat through the hopper to lubricate
grinding mechanism for better processing results.
2.
Cut food into strips or cubes slightly smaller than the opening on the large
DIE-CAST HOPPER.
3.
Make sure food is free of bone, tough tendons, nutshells, etc. before grinding.
4.
Raw meat and fish should be thoroughly chilled (not frozen) before grinding to
reduce the loss of juices.
5.
Freshly ground meat should be refrigerated and cooked within 24 hours.
6.
During extended grinding, fats from meats can build up inside the GRINDER
TUBE, slowing down grinding and straining the motor. If this happens, you
should stop the appliance, wash parts in hot water, and reassemble. When
possible, alternate bread with meat. This helps keep the feed screw clean.
7.
For best results, prepare sausage a day or two prior to use.
8.
When using the LARGE SAUSAGE ATTACHMENT, it is not necessary to use
the SAUSAGE-MAKING RING (15).
9.
Grinding stale bread pieces may help remove food residue left in the appliance
after use.
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HELPFUL HINTS (CONTINUED)
NOTE: Meats can be seasoned before or after grinding.
1. Attach GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD
to MOTOR HOUSING. Fit
GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD tightly
into ATTACHMENT OPENING.
Lock the head by pushing the
LOCKING LATCH downwards.
4. Place the CUTTING PLATE in the
GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD.
5. Tighten SCREW RING onto the
GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD.
2. Insert FEED SCREW into the
GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD.
NOTE: Make sure FEED SCREW is
inserted all the way in or CUTTING
BLADE will not fit.
6. Place LARGE DIE CAST HOPPER
onto of GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD.
7. If grinding meat, switch appliance
to the GRIND position. If stuffing
sausage, switch appliance to the
STUFF position.
3. Attach CUTTING BLADE on the
end of the FEED SCREW.
8. Using PUSHER, slowly feed cubes.
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TO MAKE SAUSAGES
Mix seasonings into ground sausage prior to stuffing.
1. Make sure the unit is turned OFF and
unplugged. Remove SCREW RING, CUTTING
PLATE and CUTTING BLADE ( IMAGE 1).
2. Insert SAUSAGE MAKING RING into FEED
SCREW. Make sure notch on SAUSAGE
MAKING RING aligns with notch in
FEED SCREW (IMAGE 2).
IMAGE 1
3. Put the desired sausage attachment (small
or large) into SCREW RING and screw onto
the GRINDER/FEEDER HEAD (IMAGE 3).
4. Slide casing over the end of the sausage
attachment, leaving approximately 2"
overhanging the end of the attachment
(IMAGE 4).
5. Place seasoned meat into the LARGE DIE
CAST HOPPER and turn the unit to the STUFF
position. Push the meat into the opening in the
LARGE DIE CAST HOPPER using PUSHER until
the mixture appears at the end of the sausage
attachment. Keep casing moist by watering
frequently. Turn the unit OFF and tie a knot at
the end of the 2" casing overhang.
IMAGE 2
6. Continue step #5 until all the meat has been
used or the casing is approximately 2" from
being completely full.
7. Turn unit OFF. Remove the end of the casing
from the sausage attachment, and tie a knot
in the open end of the casing.
IMAGE 3
8. Sausage can be made to the desired length
by twisting the casing at intervals.
NOTE: To avoid over-stretching and splitting the
casing, do not make the sausage too thick. Keep
casings moist by watering frequently. The meat
mixture will expand slightly during cooking.
Sausage making accessories, such as casings and
seasonings, are not included.
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IMAGE 4
CLEAN & CARE
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ALWAYS unplug motor unit when not in use, before inserting or removing
parts, and before cleaning.
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NEVER immerse power unit in water or other liquid.
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Wash all parts except MOTOR UNIT by hand in hot soapy water, using care
when handling the sharp blades.
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Rinse these parts with clear hot water, then dry.
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REMOVABLE PARTS ARE NOT DISHWASHER SAFE!
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Wipe MOTOR UNIT with a damp cloth. DO NOT use harsh or abrasive
cleaners.
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CUTTING BLADE and CUTTING PLATES should be coated with cooking
oil after washing and then wrapped in grease-proof paper to keep them
lubricated and rust-free.
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NOTE: PUSHER has a lid. Inside you can store sausage attachments and
SAUSAGE-MAKING RING.
Please do not return product to the store you purchased it from.
For questions or concerns please contact customer service at
1-800-288-4545 or visit chardproducts.com.
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RECIPES
Chicken, Feta and Spinach Sausage
Makes 5 pounds sausage
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3 pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs
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1 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts
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8 ounces crumbled feta
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4 garlic cloves, peeled and minced
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1 tablespoon oregano
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2 teaspoons basil
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1 teaspoon chopped lemon zest
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2 teaspoons kosher salt
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1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
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½ teaspoon red pepper flakes
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4 ounces fresh spinach, shredded/chopped
Remove gristle, cartilage and large amounts of excess fat from the chicken, and
cut into 1-inch cubes. Place chicken in a large bowl. Add feta cheese, garlic,
oregano, basil, lemon zest, salt, pepper, and pepper flakes to chicken. Stir to
combine. Just before grinding, stir shredded spinach into chicken mixture.
Mixture can be ground immediately, or covered and refrigerated for up to 24
hours for a more intense flavor. Assemble appliance with the medium cutting
plate. Grind chicken mixture with the medium cutting plate. Assemble unit
for sausage making (follow “To make sausages” instructions). Sausage may
be stuffed into prepared casings or shaped into patties for cooking. Fresh
sausage should be cooked within 24 hours or double wrapped and frozen. Cook
thoroughly before serving-internal temperature should register 170 F when tested
with an instant-read thermometer.
Nutritional information per 4 oz. serving:
Calories 213 (46% from fat)·carb. 1g·pro. 27g·fat 11g·sat. fat 4g
·chol. 94mg·sod. 341mg·calc. 81mg·fiber 0g
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RECIPES
Italian Fennel Sausage
Makes 4 pounds sausage
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4 pounds pork butt
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6 garlic cloves, peeled and minced
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¼ cup Italian parsley leaves, packed
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½ tablespoons fennel seeds, crushed
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½ tablespoons oregano
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2 teaspoons kosher salt
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2 teaspoons freshly ground pepper
Remove any gristle from meat. Cut into 1-inch cubes. Place meat in a large bowl
and combine with remaining ingredients. Cover and refrigerate for at least 8 and
up to 24 hours for best flavor.
Assemble appliance with fine or medium cutting plate. Grind meats. Assemble
unit for sausage making (follow “To make sausages” instructions). Stuff sausage
into prepared casings, form into patties or leave loose as needed. Fresh sausage
should be cooked within 24 hours or double wrapped and frozen. Cook thoroughly
before serving-internal temperature should register 160 F when tested with an
instant-read thermometer.
Nutritional information per 4 oz. serving:
Calories 183 (48% from fat)·carb. 1g·pro. 22g·fat 9g·sat. fat 3g
·chol. 73mg·sod. 244·calc.39mg·fiber 0g
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RECIPES
Country Breakfast Sausage
Makes 4 pounds sausage
Pork is paired with turkey to make this breakfast favorite a little lighter.
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2 pounds boneless, skinless turkey thighs
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2 pounds boneless pork butt
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1 tablespoon browning sauce, such as Gravy Master™
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1 teaspoon kosher salt
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½ tablespoons rubbed sage
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2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper
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1 teaspoon crushed red pepper, optional
Remove any visible gristle from meat. Cut turkey and pork into 1-inch cubes.
Place meats in a large bowl and add the remaining ingredients. Stir well to
combine. Cover and refrigerate for at least 8 and up to 24 hours.
Assemble appliance with the medium cutting plate. Grind meat, mixing turkey and
pork evenly while grinding. Assemble unit for sausage making (follow “To make
sausages” instructions). Ground sausage may be stuffed into prepared casings or
formed into patties. Fresh sausage should be cooked within 24 hours or double
wrapped and frozen. Cook thoroughly before serving-internal temperature should
register 170 F when tested with an instant-read thermometer.
Nutritional information per 4 oz. serving:
Calories 225 (45% from fat)·carb. 0g·pro. 30g·fat 11g·sat. fat 4g
·chol. 94mg·sod. 173mg·calc. 14mg·fiber 0g
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WARRANTY
Your product warranty is good for one year from date of purchase against all
defects in material and workmanship. Should your product prove defective
within one year from date of purchase or receipt, return the unit, freight prepaid,
along with an explanation of the claim. Please package your product carefully
in its original box and packing material to avoid damage in transit. We are not
responsible for any damage caused to the product in return shipment. Under this
warranty, we undertake to repair or replace any parts found to be defective.
This warranty is only valid if the product is used solely for household purposes in
accordance with the instructions. This warranty is invalid if the unit is connected
to an unsuitable electrical supply, or dismantled or interfered with in any way or
damaged through misuse.
We ask that you kindly fill in the details on your warranty card and return it within
one week from date of purchase. Send warranty card to:
FG1000B / CHARD #12 Heavy Duty Grinder
C/O MW
PO Box 237
Two Rivers, WI 54241-237
CUG PN: 300-09086
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