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George Foreman Grill



When I cook on my George Foreman grill, I line the grill with non-stick Reynolds wrap. It makes cleaning up quick and easy. Plus cooking on the grill saves power, especially in the summer.

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  • I wash my 'George' in the sink. I just turn the water on hot and put the cooled grill in the sink--let the water run over the plates, do not submerge it. I use a dishcloth with soap to wash it inside and out. Just hold the grill sideways and rinse the soap off then open it wide and let it drain in the drainer. I've always cleaned them that way and it doesn't hurt them.

    The foil is a good idea too but doesn't the grease still get underneath the grill where it drips into the pan? It still needs to be washed. - by BRENDAGAIL9
  • I clean my GF by using a damp towel when it's still hot. Wring the water out onto the grill and wipe down. The boiling affect will make it wipe right off.

    Watch your fingers, though! Might be easier for me since I've been cooking professionally for a long time... "kitchen hands" help! - by KOPPERMAN
  • Thanks so much for sharing this tip. I love my GF grill, but cleaning it is always tough! - by MSMAKEOVER
  • I've had 3 George Foreman grills. I used them until they stop working. What a great investment. - by FITWITHIN

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