George Foreman Grill

George Foreman Grills sit on your countertop offering you a convenient way to grill foods indoors. George Foreman Grills grill foods in half the time of their one-sided grill counterparts. These grills have a clamshell feature that allows the food to be cooked from the bottom and top at the same time. The grilling surface is coated in non-stick material, wiping out the need for oils, grease or butter to keep the foods from sticking to the grilling surface. The indented grill plates allow fats to be separated from meats and chicken during the cooking process. George Foreman Grills aren’t limited to only cooking chicken and meats, the grill does very well cooking fish and vegetables.

A Variety of Models
Some grill models come with an adjustable temperature setting while others only have one constant temperature. The grills come in a wide variety of sizes including small, which is great when cooking for one person, all the way up to a large size that is perfect for meal making for an entire family.

Easy Cleaning
While George Foreman Grills are an amazingly useful and healthy cooking alternative, one question remains – How do you clean a George Foreman grill? Leaving the grill to clean itself doesn’t work. Submerging it in water isn’t an option because it is an electric appliance and electric and water don’t mix well at all. Well, besides the fact that cooking on a George Foreman Grill is simple, clean up is just as easy. After you are finished cooking, scrape the grill plates with the spatula that comes with the grill. The specially designed spatula has cutouts that fit exactly to the indentations on the grill plates. Scrape solid bits and pieces of food off the plates. Unplug the grill and let it cool completely. Go eat dinner. After dinner, remove the grill plates and drip tray and pop them in the dishwasher. If you don’t have a dishwasher, use a grease fighting dish washing soap and a soft sponge to clean the grill plates and drip tray. Dry the plates and drip tray with a soft towel and put them back into the grill. Wet a soft towel or sponge with soapy water and wring out as much excess water as possible. Wipe the housing to remove grease splatters and drips. Immediately dry with a soft cloth.

The Verdict
Overall, George Foreman Grills are worth every penny. Healthy food preparation, easy clean up and a dependable appliance just patiently waiting for the “what’s for dinner” question.