George Foreman 4 Serving Classic Plate Grill

June 21, 2013 - Comment

Patented slope design and nonstick 60 square inches cooking surface allows fat and grease to drain off, for higher fat reduction, healthier meals for the entire family and less smoke during cooking. Signature Foreman heating elements provide more even heat during cooking from the center to the sides of the plate and faster temperature recovery.Spatula

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Patented slope design and nonstick 60 square inches cooking surface allows fat and grease to drain off, for higher fat reduction, healthier meals for the entire family and less smoke during cooking. Signature Foreman heating elements provide more even heat during cooking from the center to the sides of the plate and faster temperature recovery.Spatula not included.

Product Features

  • Countertop grill with 60 square inches of nonstick cooking surface; 4 Servings
  • Patented sloped design channels excess fat and grease away from food
  • Signature Foreman heating element distributes heat evenly
  • Handy indicator light; stay-cool housing and dishwasher-safe drip tray. Spatula not included
  • Measures approximately 10-4/5 by 12-8/9 by 6-2/5 inches

Comments

Sapere Aude says:

Nicely Sized for a couple or small family USING THE GRILL:This George Forman grill is good for cooking for two or a small family. The grill flips open and you can place your food on it and close it so both the bottom and top are cooking at the same time. The grill comes with a spatula and cleaning tool. The grease from the grill drips into a small grease cup which is included.COOKING:The cooking surface is 60 square inches. This means that you can fit about two hamburgers, two chicken legs, two typical sized sandwiches/paninis or five big sausages (like bratwurst). The cooking surface has ridges and is tilted so the grease on the food can drip down into the grooves and off the grill into the grease drip cup. This helps get rid of more fat so the food comes out healthier.This model is not temperature controlled like the premium model – depending on what you are cooking you can end up burning some food before its cooked in the middle if you cook it with the lid down. Some things…

G. H. Hardy "mferszt" says:

Great panini maker This’ll make a couple of hamburgers, a couple of chicken legs or two standard-sized sandwiches (which is English for panini) at the same time. With the adjustable lid set up, it’ll make open-faced sandwiches. It’s not so great at grilling steaks (the upper element doesn’t get hot enough) but for a quick burger, it can’t be beat. The non-stick surface is a treat (try to clean it before it cools all the way; it’s a little easier that way).

SarahD says:

Perfect for two people I replaced an older Foreman model of the same size and reviews of this model helped me determine that this was the size I wanted. The old one I got rid of had the bun warmer on top, which was mainly inconvenient, not only because I never used it, but it was the first thing to break (every time I opened the grill the bun warmer lid would flip open). I love that this grill takes up little counter space but holds a decent amount of food and that there’s no bun warmer. It heats quickly, maintains temperature well and holds two large burgers or five real sausages (not breakfast links – it would probably do 10-12 of those at a time) or six hot dogs. I don’t cook chicken on it, but it would probably cook 2-3 chicken breasts, depending on size. For clean-up, I wait for the grill to cool down and then wipe down the top and bottom grill plates with a couple of paper towels. Then it’s perfectly clean and ready to heat up for the next use. I realized how much we love this thing when we lived…

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