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Which George Foreman grill ??

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2007/06/13 02:10:31 (permalink)

Which George Foreman grill ??

I've been reading the chicken thread and many of you seem to have a George Foreman grill.

I have been reading up and some people really don't like the way they cook. One quote said it doesn't really remove the fat very well and sort of boils the meat a bit making it taste strange.

I'm considering getting one and would very much welcome your opinions.

If you could state which model you have, approx cost, and a quick pro and con list, that'd be great.

Also, if you use an alternative method, that would be interesting too.

I'm also considering a grill pan.

Thanks
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    CoNs
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    RE: Which George Foreman grill ?? 2007/06/13 08:49:31 (permalink)
    i bought a Duraband one from asda for £9-12 cant remeber, and its awesome

    pros - quick chicken , dont need gas , little bit seasoning and its ace!
    cons - cleaning it, not that big a deal, i usually just wipe it with a damp cloth when its still hott

    if you are looking further upscale, you can buy the ones with detachable trays, so cleaning is much easier..

    also the fat thing, nearly all the fat drips off, hence why they are made on an angle/incline
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    RE: Which George Foreman grill ?? 2007/06/13 12:15:26 (permalink)
    I got this one -> http://www.electrictrading.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=70

    It cooks my chicken, steak, anything for that matter perfectly and really quick too. Chicken takes around 8/10 minutes to cook. The only trouble is cleaning the thing afterwards which can be a pain. I got a special spray to do that though, spray on, leave for 10 minutes and all the grim is dissolved so it's easy to wipe off.
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