One of my best friends at uni got one of these, and it pretty much rescued him from malnutrition (ie. he'd been surviving on a diet of sardines and whisky beforehand). Toasted sarnies were the order of the day after that, but if he couldn't George Foreman it, he didn't eat it...
My cousin made me laugh when I was visiting him in the summer. He made himself a snack. Two bread rolls each filled with a hamburger, bacon, cheese and a fried egg. I looked at it and said, 'Dave, that's a heart attack on a plate'. He looked hurt. 'It's healthy' he asserted. 'I cooked it on my George Foreman grill.'
Dot's dp here. I want to make a ratatouille tonight and was wondering whether to pregrill all the veg first and christen our new grill at the same time. Does anyone have any tips? Presumably I pre-grease the veg slices?
i have had mine a few years ago.At first i was cooking most things on it but then i got fed up keep cleaning it.I have just got it out again and am using all over again like i just brought it.I did steak yesterday and it was perfect not to burnt and dry,just browned cooked and yummy very moist but thougoly cooked.When i do get a new 1 i will look in to removable plates.They sound great !!
I love my GF. I use mine every day. Great alternative to frying and get a kick out of watching all the grease ooze out of food. The trick to cleaning is to do it when its still hot. If it has cooled down switch on for 2 mins to heat up and clean.