Grilling couldn’t be more convenient than with the George Foreman Indoor/Outdoor Grill (model GGR50). With a whopping 240 square inches of grilling space, adjustable electric range, non-stick surface, and Foreman’s fat and grease draining system, this grill can handle any order, indoors or out, and is perfect for residences and locations where open fires aren’t allowed.
Grill for the whole family at once
240 Sq. In. round grilling surface to cook for the whole family at once. The space also allows for you to cook a variety of different foods - from multiple burgers or steaks to whole birds.
Grill on your patio!
The best part of this George Foreman grill is that it can be used in the kitchen or on the patio! Use it on any patio or deck that doesn't allow charcoal or gas grills!
Adjustable heat control
Temperature control for multiple grilling temperatures. This feature is great for getting the perfect, even sear on all sides of your meat, vegetables, or whatever it is you're grilling up!
Removable plates for easy cleaning
Removable plates come in handy when it's time to clean up. Just remove the 15 serving plate from the grill stand and pop it into the dishwasher. The special non-stick coating will not be damaged or removed!
Grilling really can't get much easier than this. After assembling the grill (which takes only a few minutes), simply plug it in and allow about 10 minutes to fully preheat the surface while you gather your steaks, kebabs, or whatever's to be grilled. The electric heat has an adjustable range from low (for keeping food warm) to high (for searing steaks). The nonstick grill surface not only means you can use a minimum of added fat, but it also makes cleanup a cinch. The surface has a subtle slope, with channels that draw accumulated fat or other liquids into a tray just below the surface. The high domed and vented lid helps create a circular flow of hot air to ensure even cooking--particularly important for a large roast or whole chicken.
The grill can be placed either directly on a tabletop or atop its pedestal. On its own, the grill surface stands about 6 inches high; with the pedestal, it stands about 2-1/2 feet high, not counting the domed lid. The pedestal is plenty sturdy for cooking, but the grill still seems a bit top-heavy, so pay special attention if grilling in a high-traffic area or near kids. Because of the easy electric heat, this grill can be used outdoors or indoors--when using it indoors, though, be prepared for potential spattering, steam, or other side effects of cooking. --Cynthia Nims