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Thanks for the responses team, I appreciate yall's feedback!
Have a great and healthy week
Becuase the GF cooks from both sides you don't need to flip. So far I've only cooked Salmon on mine & it is perfect @ 5 minutes.
What I do is pour a little lt olive oil & mrs dash on the filets and roll them around a little in it (and spray the GF lightly too). These are skinless 5oz filets straight from the Fish section of my local HyVee.
Hope this helps.
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Don't have George Foreman Grill. My mom uses the oven to cook our Tilipia. She wraps it in Tinfoil with lemons... It comes out very tasty. Sorry I can't tell you how long, I have no idea. (Haven't made it yet). Maybe she'll let me cook some next time. (Still learning how to cook). Hope you have a good day! Holly
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Try spraying some Pam on both sides. That should help.
Everytime I grill tilapia on my Foreman it gets stuck to the top portion, or just shreds on the grill when I try to pick it up. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong.
I try to flip the fish and make sure it is cooked thoroughly, but it never fails. I don't spray anything on the grill-should I? Or should I wrap the fish in foil?
Anyone else have this issue? Could it be just the type of fish? I have never liked fish, but I love tilapia... I also welcome recommendations on any similar fish I may like!