In this guide, we’ll take a look at the best meat mincers. We’ve compared size, accessories, ease of cleaning and cost to give you our top recommendations.
What is The Best Meat Mincer?
More Detailed Meat Mincer Reviews
Bosch MFW3520W CompactPower Mincer Review
This well-designed mincer from Bosch features a practical carry handle, integrated storage for all the different accessories and a cable compartment. Now, not only can you prepare your own meat for tasty home recipes, but you do this on the move, in a holiday home, caravan or when you are camping.
Rubber feet ensure a secure stand for this powerful mincer which produces evenly processed meat quickly and easily, at a rate of 2kg per minute.
A variety of different attachments allow you total control over the contents of your family meals with different kit for a wide range of recipes. A citrus juicer is also included.
- Easy to disassemble and reassemble for quick cleaning
- Compact size for small kitchens
- Smart integrated storage for accessories
- Citrus juicer included
- Noisy in operation
IMURZ Electric Meat Grinder Review
With an output that a professional kitchen would welcome, this stylish electric meat grinder processes generous amounts of meat in a short time frame, perfect for large family households, parties and barbecues.
Three different mincer disks offer coarse, medium and fine grind meats to suit all types of recipes plus there is a sausage attachment and separate kibbe maker.
Everything about this meat grinder is designed to be easy from its operation through to cleaning and storage. This meat grinder is hand wash only.
- Processes a large volume of different meats with a variety of cutting options
- Sturdy construction and stable when in use
- Quiet operation compared to competitor products
- Can struggle with fattier cuts of meat
- Feeder is small and narrow is difficult to clean
Duronic Electric Meat Grinder and Mincer Review
Take control of your meat preparation and create delicious home recipes to suit your family’s needs and tastes with this efficient electric meat mincer.
A powerful 1200W motor means meat prep is anything other than a grind. Large easy-to-use buttons streamline the process with a reverse option for clearing blockages. A handy hopper plate allows the unit to be pre-loaded both before and during mincing.
Designed to ensure that meat preparation is not a time-consuming chore, enjoy the flexibility of tailoring meat to your individual recipe with seven different attachments. The silver and stainless-steel finish gives this mincer a contemporary look, a stylish addition to any kitchen.
- Powers through all types of meat
- Handy hopper allows you to load more meat whilst the mincer is in operation
- Easy to disassemble and clean
- Buttons are flimsy and move when pressed
- Noisy to operate
MisterChef Electric Meat Grinder Review
Mince your meat efficiently and affordably with this stylish meat grinder from MisterChef. Three stainless steel blades plus the high-speed operation literally makes mincemeat of your ingredients
A powerful 1600W motor outstrips the competition with no recipe requiring a run time of more than ten minutes. A built-in breaker protects the grinder from overheating.
Dismantling and assembly are simple, facilitating an easy clean up. Complete with a recipe book and nicely presented in a stylish box, this meat grinder makes the perfect gift for a housewarming or a keen home chef.
- Simple to assemble
- Easy to disassemble and clean
- Recipe book supplied plus a stylish box so perfect for gifting
- Mincing plates need serious soaking and degreasing before use as are coated with oil
- Fiddly to wash
- Struggles to chop fatty meats without becoming blocked
YORKING Electric Meat Mincer Review
Mince meat or vegetables in this super powerful mincer. A 2800W motor will meet all your family’s needs from baby food to tasty barbeque favourites and everything in between including soup and even pet food.
Constructed from high quality food grade material, this mincer is easy to dismantle and assemble making cleaning as quick and easy as mincing.
Produced in matte black and aluminium, the contemporary design is both a functional and stylish addition to any kitchen.
- Easy to assemble and operate
- Made from food grade material
- Stylish matte black colour which looks smart on the countertop
- Cannot mince large pieces of meat unless they are pre-chopped into small pieces
- Noisy when in use
- Slow compared to other mincers and struggles with large volumes of meat
Meat Mincer Buying Guide
Why do you need a meat mincer? Well, for foodies or gourmets having to choose from supermarket mince options can be a real drag on your culinary aspirations. What you want is to have control over what goes into your meaty-goodness. You want to know what the percentage of fat to meat ratio is, and also knowing what’s not in it – nasty chemicals or preservatives. This is where mincing your comes into its own. So, what do you look for when you want to level up your BBQ game?
On and off, they’ll be on every machine, what’s even better is a ‘reverse’ function, so if a piece of meat gets stuck, hopefully you can push it back the way it came. A variety of cutting blades also helps with processing meat, ideally start with diced meat on the largest/coarsest plate and work your way to fine. Never start with the smallest first.
Simply put, the bigger the motor, the better the power to grind. Most mincers will handle lean meats – chicken breast, pork loin etc – easily. However, when you start with tougher cuts – chuck or braising steak – then the stronger the motor, the less ware on the grinding mechanism.
Easy of cleaning
Meat mincers need to be able to easily come apart for cleaning. They can get jammed up, and this can overheat the motor, so being able to quickly and efficiently get them apart is a big deal. Look for easy to grip turning-knobs, and minimal small parts – as this is where the meat gets stuck!
The fun stuff! Look for models that offers the kit you need for your desired project, i.e. if you want to make chunky mince for sausages, a coarse plate, if you want fine mince for a ragu, you need a fine blade. But, if sausages are where it’s at for you, then you need nozzles. Not just one or two, but preferably at least 3, of differing diameters. Choice is king here.