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Submit your best grill based recipe - 10 best recipes will win a food processor worth £45 from George Foreman - NOW CLOSED(62 Posts)
As you may know we are working with George Foreman Grills to promote their range of grills.
George Foreman say "We've been wowed by the response we've had from Mumsnetters to our George Foreman testing! The feedback has been great and it's fab to see all the new meal ideas which can be made on our grills"
They are now after your best grill based family recipes to feature on some new GF recipe cards. Recipes can include savoury and sweet dishes that could cooked already on a GF grill, or indeed ones which are cooked by you on a regular grill or BBQ but that you think could be adapted for a GF grill.
Add your recipe below and the MNers submitting the 10 best recipes chosen by the George Foreman team will each win a Russell Hobbs Creations Food processor worth £44.99 and available exclusively to Argos. Key key criteria to win would be that your submission is creative, versatile and family friendly.
The top 10 recipes chosen will then be "professionalised" by the team at George Foreman into recipe cards with photography and put on the GF pages on Mumsnet and on the main GF website for people to download. If your recipe/ fav grill prep is picked you will also receive a hard copy set of the winning recipes.
Add your recipe to this thread - this will need to be your own recipe - or your own adaptation of one. You're also welcome to email in any photos of your creations to email@example.com (subject line: George Foreman recipe)
For ideas see Mumsnet BBQ recipes here or the George Foreman recipes here.
In addition you can check out the video our MNers helped create following the recent demo day in Manchester here
Thanks and good luck
(I have a grill thingy in the cupboard. it was aa wedding present. I don't think it has ever been used.
Hi! A quick and easy delicious recipe we do is spicy chicken. You will need chicken breasts ( cut into strips) yogurt, curry paste (shop bought, you can make your own but hardly easy for a busy mum) mintsauce (optional) pitta breads and salad. Mix chicken, paste and yogurt leave for 30 mins or more if you have time! Get GF nice and hot then cook for about 20 mins so nice and juicy. Whilst the chicken is cooking, toast the pitta breads and fill with salad. With the spare yogurt you could mix this with mint sauce to make a nice sauce for the top of the chicken. Easy and yummy! When the chicken is cooked place inside the salad stuffed pitta bread dollop some sauce on top and bon appetite! Cheap, quick, easy, delicious and a family favourite!
Very simple and very nice!
No Named Salmon Recipe!
You'll need (makes 2 adult servings):
2 Salmon Fillets
1 tbsp Low salt soy sauce
1tsp Chinese spice
1/2 tsp honey
3 cloves fresh garlic
alb white potatoes, peeled + chopped into small chunks
splash of milk
Fine green beans
1. Mix soy sauce, chinese spice and honey.
2. Coat Salmon in mixture and leave to marinade for 20 minutes.
3. Chop garlic and place in pan with potatoes. Bring to boil and simmer until garlic is soft and potatoes easily fall apart.
4. Whilst potatoes are cooking place salmon fillets on medium heated grill and cook until Salmon is heated thoroughly through out. (May want to lightly oil the grill to help avoid sticking.
5. Place fine beans into a own of ready boiling water and boil for 5 minutes.
6. Drain potatoe and garlic. Mash lightly. Add butter and enough milk + pepper to suit your own taste. Mash until smooth. Use electric whisk for best effect
Place salmon, beans and Garlic mash onto plate. Voila! your own posh restaurant meal!
We're having this meal on Wednesday so will try to remember and take a picture!
I make lamb kebabs - chunks of lamb neck fillet alternated with red and green pepper and onion and cherry tomatoes, brushed with olive oil and cooked in the grill, serve with a lovely green salad and home made tzaziki, yum!
Sorry, that should read "on a skewer".
We are a gluten / corn free house and I struggle with bread substitutes and don't want to cook too much with oil (though I do add it unheated to food. I make potato rosti on the grill.
Peel and cook potatoes for 8 minutes and refrigerate overnight. Immunologist has suggested refrigeration makes the proteins more easy to digest. Grate potatoes, shape into patties, brush lightly with virgin olive oil and grill. They make wonderful grain free buns for burgers.
Thick slices of aubergine (don't be faffing with the soaking malarkey, not necessary) Grill on grill thingy, put to one side.
Do same with thick slices of tomato
Make mini towers of aubergine, tomato and a cheese of your choice (feta is good or mozzarella for the wusses) Between each layer put a basil leaf and sprinkle oregano on the tomato layer. Make the top layer a cheese layer and sprinkle breadcrumbs on top. Skewer it vertically and regrill just to melt the cheese.
Greek chicken- it's delicious!
Skinless Chicken breasts or skinless and boneless chicken thighs 400g
1 small tub natural yogurt
A ziplock freezer bag
Chop the chicken into thin strips then put them in your freezer bag then add the yogurt, 3 desert spoonful's of mint sauce. Seal the bag and mix the ingredients around. Squeeze out all the air from the bag and smoosh it all together. Put in the fridge to marinate for at least 1hr but overnight is best. The longer you marinate it the better it will taste- the acids in the yogurt and mint sauce will break down the protein in the chicken and make it cook quickly but still taste moist and tender.
Cook on a hot grill for about 10 minutes. This recipe is great because you can you can add veggies to the grill and make skewerless kebabs (serve with pitta bread and couscous and maybe a greek salad for a fun summer meal), or even put the meat on skewers and have an indoor bbq for the days when you need a bit of summer but the weather isn't co-operating. You can also use the chicken for lunch boxes, simply take the cooked chicken and some pita bread and a bit of lettuce and you've got a really healthy lunch time.
Halloumi cheese, cut into thinnish squares
Peppers, cut to chunks
Red onions, cut to chunks
Put on kebab sticks
Mix together olive oil, fresh garlic, basil/parsley and red chilli and rub onto the kebabs.
Grill, serve with wedges and salad. Yum!
Not really worthy of winning a grill but I had my first George Forman when I was a student. We all chipped in for one in our shared house.
It was used endlessly to make toasties. We started off with good old cheese and onion, bread buttered on the outside.
We became more adventurous later and would make paninies with various fillings, often with baked beans (student staple!)
my favourite recipe from student days is one I make for my children now, a cheats calzone pizza.
Pre made pizza dough or home made rolled out to be slightly larger than a slice of bread.
Leave 1cm edge all around and spread tomato purée/ketchup sprinkle with sliced red onion, cheese, and any other pizza favourites, usually ham mushroom or sweet corn in our house.
Fold in half and press the dough together with a fork. I put a little butter on the dough so it's nice and crispy when it cooks.
It takes about ten
Mins to cook in my gf but probably less in a new one, my current one is 10 years old and cooking times are a little longer.
Also works well with pre bought puff pastry, or even a slice of normal bread. Tried it with a tortilla once which was a failure as it burnt before the filling was ready.
2 Good quality pork chops, marinaded in a mixture of:
30ml soy sauce
15ml fish sauce
2 Teaspoon brown sugar
Teaspoon whole grain mustard
Salt and pepper
Once marinaded for as long as possible (at least 2 hours), pop on the grill with a little honey drizzled over and cook through, turning them to stay tender.
Serve on a bed of stir fried bean sprouts and mushrooms.
Honey and mustard chicken ciabattas
Cut a long ciabatta load in half then slice through middle. Toast the inside soft side of each piece.
Marinade 4 chicken breasts, which have been bashed with a rolling pin so they are nice and thin, in 2tbps honey, 1tbsp wholegrain mustard, 1tbsp balsamic vinegar and 1tbsp olive oil.
Grill the chicken and serve ontop of the ciabatt bread and with a green leaf salad.
Goldilocks minted grilled lamb supper
Lamb steaks 4
Rolled oats 100g
Mint leaves 12, rolled like a cigar and finely chopped
Grated Parmesan, 3 tbs
Egg, 1 whisked
Baby fennel, 8 bulbs
Red onion, 1 peeled & quartered
Olive oil, a good glug
Halloumi, 4 slices
PRE-HEAT grill and line with foil.
BLITZ oats, parmesan and mint in a blender.
DIP lamb steaks in the beaten egg.
COAT lamb steaks with oat mix and lay on foil lined grill.
DRIZZLE oil over veg and stir in a bow, season generously!
SCATTER vegetables around the lamb.
GRILL for 25 minutes, turning meat and veg a few times.
FIVE minutes before end of cooking, place halloumi slices over each steak.
SERVE on a bed of creamy mash!
One of my regular recipes is this Spicy Chicken.
4tbsp hot pepper sauce
2 cloves crushed garlic
2tbsp chopped coriander
3tbsp olive oil
4 chicken breasts
Simply mix all the marinade ingredients together with some salt and pepper. Slash the chicken breasts and soak in marinade. Cover and leave in the fridge for a few hrs or overnight.
Grill for 20 mins or until cooked. Serve with a fresh green salad.
Grilled fruit kebabs - not sure where we got this recipe from, but have adapted it a bit over the years!
thread chunks of fresh pineapple, peach or nectarine, and whole strawberries on to kebab sticks (other fruits that work well include banana, kiwi fruit, and mango).
brush them with melted butter then dust with icing sugar.
grill (we normally bbq this) for a few minutes on each side.
serve with a chocolate yoghurt dip made by mixing 1 tbsp of maple syrup with 1 cup of greek yoghurt and 2 tbsp of cocoa powder. (this is even better with grated chocolate stirred into it btw, but we don't tend to bother with it when making this for the kids to eat!)
chicken breast, bacon & mixed sliced peppers all chucked on the grill.
cut every thing up and add to a bowl of pasta.
Add shredded lettuce and a drizzle of french dressing, mix all together.
Yummy. In under 15 mins.
My fav is slice some raw chicken and marinade in some olive oil, garlic and lemons (juiced and skin) grill till cooked and can be served in loads of ways but I like it in pitta
Our George makes the best ruddy toasties in the world but I guess you need something a little more inspirational for a recipe card.
Really easy Veggie Kebabs
Chop any veg you like, good ones are:
Carrots (need par-boiling beforehand)
Cut them into c. 1 inch cubes. Put the cubes in a large mixing bowl with a tbsp of olive oil, some crushed garlic and some rosemary. Make sure everything is thoroughly mixed and then thread them onto some kebab sticks. GRILL!!!
Easy veggie kebabs which are yummy for everyone
Chicken pieces marinated (hour minimum) in strong orange marmalade that has a touch of water added to it. Take chicken pieces and grill until cooked through thoroughly. Serve with anything you like - rice, potatoes or fresh, crisp salad.
Be sure to clean the grill before it cools down!
crispy bacon - grilled to perfection,
ciabatta buns/loaves, sliced open to grill into stripes
tomatoes, 1/2ed, grill until warm
assemble with mixed leaves and squelch of good mayonnaise
= the best BLTs ever
simple yet happy summer food
Ladies. You may prefer one of these.
Marking my spot on here. Some mouth watering recipes!
Easy peasy Chixken Satay :
Soy sauce, peanut butter and chicken.
Mix the first two together.
Spread on the chicken.
Can't be doing with long-winded -27-ingredients-required recipes that take half an hour to prep, chilling time, resting time and who knows what else. I am a busy woman!
Easy cheesy chicken
Slice chicken fillets across but not right through (so it lifts open like a book)
Fill with your favourite soft cheese...eg philli, roule, even mozzarella.
Sprinkle on your favourite herb....eg chives, basil, chillis.
Add a couple of sun dried tomatoes.
Close chicken fillet and grill.
Make quick salad while the grill does all the work.
Our favourite dish and our easiest is....
unsmoked back (no fat) chopped and cooked
homemade pasta sauce
Mix together and serve with garlic bread
My homemade pasta sauce recipe is....
2/3 tins chopped tomatoes
All blended together
I've not added amounts as it varies with different taste buds.
And I hardly ever weigh when cooking :-)
That should say bacon, not back
Madeira cake (or other reasonably firm cake) cut into 1-2 inch squares
ripe necterines/apricots/ peaches stones and quartered
Banana pealed and sliced into 1 inch chunks
2 tablespoons of apricot or other pale jam, warmed
thread cake and fruit onto skewers, brush with warmed jam, and grill 2-3 mins
My little one loves what we call Banana Melt. It's a banana cut in half with mini marshmallows and grated chocolate, baked on the grill for 3-5 mins, then served with a dollop of ice cream.
Chicken thigh fillets marinated in pataks paste, and plan yogurt (tikka is great as all the family can enjoy it as not too spicy).
Then grilled and served on pappadoms with a dressing of chopped tomatoes, spring onions and red onions.
Grilling the marinated chicken really helps keep those fab flavours in!
Makes a great starter when served on mini pappadoms or a great dish otherwise!
Grilled chilli prawns with lettuce and polenta
4-6 large raw prawns per person ( tails on)
Sweet chilli sauce
4 little gem lettuces
Some pitted black olives( of your choice /dried are best)
1 pkt pre cooked polenta
12 mini plum tomatoes
Heat the George Foreman grill.
Slice the polenta into 8 slices and brush lightly with olive oil .
Set to cook on the grill as soon as its good and hot.
Place the prawns in a bowl with 1 desert spoonful each of sweet chilli sauce and olive oil. Turn in the mix carefully and leave to marinate.
Cut the little gems in two lengthwise .
Brush with a little of the prawn marinade and place on the grill.
Turn the polenta to cook on the reverse side.
Thread the prawns onto short wooden skewers - and place on the grill.
Cut the tomatoes in half and place in a bowl. Remove the grilled lettuce when golden brown on the cut side.
Add to the toms and throw in the olives. Once the prawns are sticky and golden remove from the skewers and add to the salad .
Place the grilled polenta on a plate and top with the salad. Make a quick dressing from the chilli sauce and olive oil to taste and drizzle over. Add salt and pepper as needed.
I have a fab recipe for Mediterranean Lemon pork or chicken.
Marinade pork shoulder or chicken breasts overnight.
Add to a container the following
4 chicken breast or 4 pork shoulder steaks
1 lemon - zest and juice
3 cloves of garlic
1 bunch fresh oregano chopped
150 ml olive oil
Good grinding of fresh pepper
Chilli flakes are optional xx to your taste.
Once marinated remove and pat dry with kitchen roll. Cook on grill. Serve with fresh salad, hummus and pita bread
Steak in red wine
4 sirloin steaks
Salt & Pepper
Make up a marinade with 2 tablespoons of red wine per steak and two tablespoons of oilive oil. Add freshly ground sea salt and pepper.
Marinade the steaks for a few hours then barbecue or grill, heating and reducing the remainder of the marinade for a sauce.
Serve with green vegetables or salad.
Low carb, high protein, dead easy and delicious!
for quick and tasty kebabs I take 3lbs of mincemeat and add 3 crushed cloves of garlic, a small bunch of fresh coriander, 2green chillies, 1/2spn of cumin 2-3slices of bread ( toasted then break into crumbs and add to mixture. salt to taste. leave to rest for hour. Then shape into long sausage shapes and grill on each side for 5mins. yum! All my family love em.
My little contribution to the list of yummy looking recipes!
"Just a bit more" Garlic Chicken
4 Chicken Breasts
4-8 slices of bacon
1 tub plain Philly cream cheese
4-6 garlic cloves
3 spring onions, chopped
4 large mushrooms, chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
1) slice chicken breasts to make a medium sized pocket
2) season the outside of the chicken with salt and pepper
3) in a bowl mix together the: Philly, crushed garlic, thyme and spring onions
4) artfully (!) smear the Philly mixture inside the chicken and manoeuvre in some chopped mushrooms.
5) wrap the chicken in 1-2 pieces of the bacon
6) cook in foreman for 15-20 min, depending on your taste. The bacon should go nice and crispy!
Sun-dried tomato pesto haloumi & veg kebabs.
Cut up equal sized pieces of aubergine, courgette, red & yellow pepper, cherry tomatoes and haloumi. Toss everything in sun-dried tomato pesto and leave to marinate for at least 30mins. Thread onto kebab skewers and cook in the grill until haloumi is golden brown and veg is slightle charred on the edges.
Also delicious with haloumi, sweet potato & betroot.
Mine's really simple. Asparagus, either wrapped in a piece of pancetta or on it's own, drizzled with olive oil, pepper and a squeeze of lemon then thrown on the grill . Completely yummy, especially with some garlic mayo!
Did these on the weekend, they are so so nice!
Coconut Prawn skewers
- 1 tbsp grated ginger
- 1 tbsp minced garlic
- 1 lime - need both zest and juice
- 1/2 can coconut milk
- 2 packs of uncooked prawns
(optional: chopped chilli)
- cubes of pineapple (better fresh but can use tinned)
1. mix the ginger, garlic, lime juice and zest, coconut milk and chilli (if using it) toghether
2. put the prawns in and marinade for 1-24 hours, the longer you leave the more coconutty and flavoursome they get!
3. thread a cube of pineapple onto a kebab stick, fill the stick with prawns and then add a cube of pineapple on the end.
4. grill until prawns are cooked and pineapple bits have nice char lines (those bits taste the best)
A normal lasagne without pasta.
Use grilled aubergines instead of the pasta sheets
my children love this
My family loves fajitas using the grill. I marinade chicken in a mild chilli and tomato sauce then grill. I also grill some onions and peppers and wrap up with some crisp lettuce. The whole family loves it.
easy grilled garlic bread
1 loaf french bread halved length size
1 cup mayonnaise
3/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
5or6 cloves of garlic peeled and crushed
1/4 cup shredded cheese
fresh chopped parsley(or green herbs)
1 preheat the grill for medium heat
2 in a bowl mix mayonnaise,garlic,parsley and parmasan cheese.in a saucepan on medium heat melt the cheese,stir constantly until melted and smooth,pour into the bowl in mayonnaise mixture blend it well.
3 place the bread on grill with cut side down toast for few minute then remove it from grill spread with cheese mixture on on each side place the halves back together wrap the loaf in aluminum foil grill it for about 15 minute turn occasionally until cheese mixture is hot and loaf is heated through.
4 tuna steaks
1 tbsp olive oil
fresh basil - chopped
1 red and 1yellow pepper, chopped
4 large chopped tomatoes
1 tbsp lemon juice
salt and pepper
Mix together the olive oil, basil, peppers and tomato, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Marinate the tuna steaks for 4-6 hours in the fridge.
Grill the tuna steaks for 4 minutes or so per side, depending on how you like them. If you prefer steaks to be more rare, grill for 2 or 2 and a 1/2 minutes on each side.
a mixed grill meat dish - bacon sausage steak gammon
i had a George which was great had a slide temperature thing on its lid , sadly it died so we replaced it with a bigger more expensive one which actually does not have a temperature thing on it and burns everything - very disappointing George!
5 spice pork - only 3 ingredients!!!
Thin sliced pork loin steaks
1 tsp 5 spice
3 tbsp golden syrup
stir 5 spice powder into golden syrup and coat pork with it. Marinade for 30minutes then grill until cooked through.
250g turkey/beef/pork/lamb mince
small peeled and grated apple
grated clove of garlic
grated small peeled onion
1/2 tsp worcestershire sauce
chicken/beef stock cube dissolved in 2 tbsp water
20g breadcrumbs of seeded bread
flour to dust
combine all the ingredients in a bowl. Shape into patties, dust with four, refrigerate for 1 hour then grill until brown on outside and cooked through.
I loved my GF grill till it developed an electrical fault - probably just a bad batch - and I used to cook lean pork steaks regularly. Marinate in a mixture of crushed garlic cloves (x2), soya sauce (2tbsps), honey (1 tbsp), a good pinch of mixed herbs and 2tbsps of ketchup... Leave in the fridge for a couple of hours, mix again thoroughly, grill and serve with a crusty baguette and a crisp summer salad! Yum!
My favourite super easy grill recipe is tikka prawns. Marinate raw tiger prawns in yogurt and tikka spices (or any mixture of spices/curry powder/tikka paste).
Soak wooden skewers in water.
When you're ready to go, thread the prawns onto wooden skewers.
Grill the prawn skewers. Delicious.
My favourite is a courgette mint buffalo mozzarella salad.
For a light lunch for two:
Three medium courgettes - cut on the diagonal so you have thinnish ovals about as thick as a £1 coin. Toss with a little olive oil, salt and pepper and grill till tender but not floppy. Black grill lines a bonus.
While the courgettes are grilling, tear 2 balls of buffalo mozzarella into a shallow dish. The milky liquid will pool in the bottom of the bowl (this is a very good thing).
When the courgettes are done, add to the dish with the mozzarella. Tear over a large handful of mint, drizzle with the best extra virgin olive oil you can afford (the greener and pepperier the better). Sprinkle with salt and pepper and mix gently.
The warm courgettes make the mint and mozzarella get all fragrant and melty and there is a puddle of gorgeous juice at the bottom of the salad bowl to dip crusty bread into.
Lovely served with cold meats like parma ham/salami/saucisson sec/jamon serrano etc, crusty bread and radishes with cold butter.
*NB. If you can get burrata this is even nicer - instead of tearing into a bowl and tossing through the grilled courgette, arrange the grilled courgette onto a plate, sprinkle mint and olive oil over, and place the burrata on top (it's too wibbly and soft to be torn and tossed).
Grilled Fruit Kebabs (Gotta have a desert)
Chunked fruit (any will do but these are good)
Glaze- rum (optional but yummy), honey, lemon juice
Mix the glaze into a large bowl and add the fruit.
Gently swirl it round until all of the fruit is coated.
Put on wooden skewers and grill on a clean grill for approx 2 minutes.
Fruit can burn quickly so don't leave it.
The rum can flare up.
Serve with cream or ice-cream.
Forgot- you can add more glaze as cooking.
Chicken cut into strips, marinate in ziplock bag with juice of 2 limes, 2 tablespoons of honey (big glug), tablespoon of soy sauce for about 30 mins - 1hr. Grill and serve with rice and salad. Yum yum.
It's long winded but loved...
Finely slice an onion
Finely cube 2 carrots, red pepper, a handful of mushrooms and a garlic clove
Fry until cooked (I use rapeseed oil)
Carefully fold into 500g of sausage meat, using a beaten egg if needed or a dollop of honey (can also use beef or turkey mince)
Divide into 4 or 6 and shape into burgers
Sprinkle with flour
If you're super chef some grated cheese in the middle turns them into gorgeous cheesy melts too.
Just to let you know the recipes submitted have been sent across to the team at George Foreman who are busy
drooling checking them all out and we will be in touch soonest.
Crush some garlic and mix it into butter.
Take a pitta bread and score lines into it. Brush the garlic butter over it and grill/BBQ until crispy. It's so simple yet a big favourite at our house
If there's still time to submit a recipe - this is one of our favourite grill/BBQ recipes. We simply call it "Feta Peppers" (instructions for this is based on using a standard grill, but lots of fun to BBQ)
Take 4 peppers (we prefer red/orange or yellow peppers for the sweetness)
Depending on shape and size either quarter or half, and remove the seeds etc.
Lightly score and season with sea salt and black pepper.
Drizzle very lightly with olive oil and cook inside-down for approximately 4 minutes.
Remove from the grill, turn back up, and add squares of feta cheese to the insides of the peppers, then drizzle again with olive oil.
Return to the grill and cook under the peppers are just starting to blacken very slightly, and the feta is softened and starting to bubble
Best eaten immediately with fingers, although it is a little messy! Delicious, and something that the whole family can enjoy. Perfect with a couscous salad, or as a side accompaniment to grilled meat.
The absolute favourite grill/BBQ recipe in our house is Cool Cumin Chicken. Easy peasy and only a couple of ingredients. Total staple and keeps beautifully moist.
Chicken breasts (sliced into mini fillets), 1 per person
Large tub of natural yoghurt
1 tbsp cumin
Mix yoghurt and cumin and adjust quantity of Cumin to taste.
Add to gallon size ziplock bag along with chicken
Shake to coat and leave for a few hours in the fridge
Grill until cooked through, turning frequently and adding extra yoghurt mix if needed if dries out
Slice and Grill ciabatta and serve with salad
We often make honey, sesame and soy vegetable kebabs to go with these. Peppers, mushrooms, red onion, courgette chopped and alternated on kebab sticks.
Mix honey and sesame in a bowl and drizzle over
Sprinkle sesame seeds over and grill.
Nutella and Banana Toasty!
Spread 1 slice of bread thickly with Nutella
Chop one banana up and spread evenly over another slice of bread
Sandwich the two pieces together and grill in your toasting device
Have the winners been selected yet?
Probably a bit late to the party here but here's mine: LAMB, CHORIZO AND HALOUMI BURGERS
burger buns of your choice
Mix together the lamb mince, finely chopped rosemary, breadcrumbs, a tablespoon of tomato purée and egg, and season with salt and pepper. Do it with your hands, even though it feels vile. Flour your hands and shape the mixture into burgers. Chill for 40 minutes then grill. When the burgers are almost done, fry the slices of chorizo and haloumi and a small pan. Build your burger and voila! So simple but tastes amazing.
Hello - massive apologies for the delay in announcing the winners but the team at GF have been busy trying out their shortlisted recipes. Jude from George Foreman said thank you to everyone who submitted a recipe: we were really impressed with so many of the recipe ideas for either being really different or really tasty and inspiring
I am now very pleased to announce the following MNers have won a Russell Hobbs food processor and their recipes are being made up into proper recipe cards with photos and everything! They will be available online.
Winners - in no particular order:
hotair for the greek chicken
lunar1 for the calzone pizza
FeeFoo for the Goldilocks minted grilled lamb supper
Kveta for the grilled fruit kebabs
CheeryCherry for the Easy cheesy chicken
nextphase for the cake-babs
majjsu for the banana melt
Cremolafoam for the chilli prawns
cheeseandcrackers for the Sun-dried tomato pesto haloumi & veg kebabs
And last but not least MollyBerry for the Coconut Prawn skewers
everyone and well done all!
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