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6/17/10 4:24 P

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I just cooked salmon on mine Monday. I bought the preseasoned blackened salmon filets at Sam's club. Just sprayed Pam on the Foreman, and slapped the salmon on. Served it on a bed of lettuce, baby field greens and tomato with a basalmic vinaigrette dressing and that was an easy dinner! Done in 10 minutes. I love my Foreman grill!

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6/17/10 10:19 A

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We had a Foreman but it died. Instead of getting another one we got a different brand that opens out flat for a griddle (which we never use it for) or you can fold it to use it for a panini press and a standard "foreman" grill. We call it George the Second.

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6/17/10 10:02 A

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I have the George Foreman G5,Has a medium and high setting. According to the guide book that came with the grill a 1" thick salmon fillet cooks at medium heat for 5-8 minutes. I season the salmon with various spices. (use what ever you prefer). Spray the grill (both sides) with Pam. I check the salmon after 6 minutes, leave it in longer if I think it needs more time. I like my salmon done thru out. When it's done, I squeeze a little lemon or lime on it. Sometimes I spray some "I can't believe its not butter" on it. Makes it shine, plus adds just the "restaurant" taste I like.

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TRACYDUKA's Photo TRACYDUKA Posts: 951
6/17/10 9:15 A

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I used to have a foreman. I gave it to my mom when my family of me went to a family of 3. I had the smallest foreman they make. I need to get a larger one. I really enjoyed using it in the winter when grilling outside isn't tolerable. The only thing I'm not keen on with it is there is no temp control. Some things are better cooked lower and others can be cooked more quickly. Otherwise, I loved it.

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6/17/10 8:36 A

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I don't have a Foreman but we use or ur regular grill nearly every night.

Tell me about your salmon on the Foreman though. My Mom has one and she said she can never get the salmon right.

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6/17/10 8:30 A

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I really like my "Foreman" grill. How about You?
It takes a mere 7 minutes to have the best tasting salmon you could ever want. Chicken breasts stay moist and wonderful. I just change the seasonings from Italian, to Mexican, to plane old seasoned salt and pepper. Well you get the idea. I wouldn't trade my grill for anything. Anyone else have a favorite to make on the George Foreman grill? emoticon emoticon emoticon

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