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George Foreman GR0742S 3-in-1 Panini Press, Grill and Open Griddle with Double Cooking Surface


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  • 85 Square inch cooking surface with an extra large floating hinge for thick foods, or open flat to double your cooking surface
  • Adjustable angle and George tough nonstick coating let you knock out the fat and cook oil-free for healthier meals in minutes
  • Dishwasher-safe removable plates include 2 grill/Panini plates plus 2 griddle plates
  • Integrated drip tray catches grease without scraping and washes clean in the dishwasher
  • Measures 15 by 14 by 9-inch; 3-year limited warranty

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.6 x 10.2 x 14.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003YC1DCU
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: GR0742S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,157 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Double you cooking surface and enjoy the versatility of 3 appliances in 1. The 85 square inch cooking surface features our George Tough nonstick coating so you can cook oil-free with an extra large floating hinge so you can press stuffed Panini or grill thick foods with ease. Then, you can open the hinge flat to double your cooking surface for whole family meals with ease. Dishwasher-safe removable plates include 2 grill/Panini plates, plus 2 griddle plates for healthy cooking from morning to night. All this, plus an adjustable angle that lets you adjust the cooking surface so fat drains away from food as you cook, with a dishwasher-safe drip tray for easy cleaning.


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Customer Reviews

Easy to clean.
Amazon Customer
I've made Italian paninis, reubens, grilled cheese, egg sandwiches, French toast....even grilled PB & jelly!
chucklin
The grill plates are easy to clean and the drip pan for grease keeps the counter clean.
NanaK

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

218 of 222 people found the following review helpful By Erik1988 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 21, 2010
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1) There is no on/off button. You plug it in and it starts to heat up. Meaning you must unplug to turn it off.

2) Storing it was a bit difficult as the handle makes it an awkward shape to fit into standard cabinets. I finally had to stand it up on its back in an extra high cabinet. Maybe deeper shelving would help. It's not a flat unit, so you can't stack skillets and the like on top of it very easily.

3) In the video I comment on how maybe I should have used the flat grill for the turkey patties. Wife corrected me saying the panini hot plates allow the fat to drip down easier.

4) Manual comes with cooking time suggestions on several types of foods along with some recipes in the back of the manual.

5) After the end of the video/cooking I was away for 20 minutes with the grill open to cool. It was plenty cool enough in that time to remove and wash the hot plates.

6) As you can see, I can fit about three fist-sized patties flattened onto a single side. I find it very funny that the stock photos show only two pieces of bacon. I personally would not cook bacon on this thing since the grease splattering that normally comes with bacon will go everywhere! Talk about a mess to clean up. But its a great size for pancakes and you can cook one on each side at the same time.

7) The non-stick hot plates clean up easy enough with some hot water and soap.

8) Wife was unimpressed with how cheap the unit looks. The old style white Foreman grills didn't look this cheap. But that's looks. . .it still cooked just fine.

OVERALL: It's another Foreman grill with some added versatility to handle thicker items or give you more cooking surface when needed. Heats up fast. Cooks fast (depending on what you're cooking) and cleans up easy. Other than the aesthetics and storage challenges, this is a great unit.
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82 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Meredith VINE VOICE on October 19, 2010
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For the record, I already have a pretty decent panini maker. I was excited to try this one because of the ability to change plates and to open it up flat. This is what I found:

Pros:
1. Removable plates make it incredibly easy to clean. Much easier than mine current panini maker without them. The fact that I was able to stick them in the dishwasher made me so happy after I grilled some salmon.
2. The ability to open the hinge and make pancakes was a real draw.
3. The plates were very easy to change.
4. It is compact and stores easily.
5. Heated up quickly and had the adjustable heat settings that made it easy to cook different things.

Cons:
1. I didn't like not having an on/off switch. Needing to plug it in each time and unplug it when done was a pain in my butt.
2. While the plates were easy to put on/ take off, the top never really lined up with the bottom when closed.
3. The drip tray was nice, but not when you tried to open it and make eggs. Nope.
4. We found that the top wasn't heating at the same rate as the bottom. So much so that we were needing to flip sandwiches halfway through. Not sure if this is manufacturing error or just how it works, but that was the final straw for our usage.
5. The top seems too light for a panini grill, which needs the pressure to help cook the top of the bread.

So all in all, we are not keeping this one and continuing to use the $50 one we got at Target with that Giada lady's name on it. Its bigger and not as flexible, but works.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By J Spiegel VINE VOICE on September 28, 2010
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The George Foreman 3 in 1 Panini Press, Grill and open Grill with Double Cooking Surfaceis the second grill we've had that has the grill/panini plates/and open grill. The first one was a Cuisinart which was quite a bit heavier - I'm not really sure why. The only other difference was that the plates were heavier, and the grease collection was a bit more cumbersome, making cleaning more difficult. It also had 3 heat controls, as opposed to the one control on The George Foreman 3 in 1 Panini Press, Grill and open Grill with Double Cooking Surface. The first one had a bit larger grilling surface, and was a bit more solid, but this is neither good nor bad - it just is what it is. We've been able to use this grill to make hamburgers, panini's, and pancakes. I'm sure many more things can be made on this, these are just the things we've made so far.

The features I like about this grill are a single grease collection area - whereas other grills sometimes drain grease from the outer corners of the grill, this one drains grease from the inside center of the grill into a drain plate underneath the grill. Having a central draining area makes the grill easier to clean. The plate underneath is made of plastic, and cleans up easily. Another feature I like, but my husband isn't sure about is that this grill has only one heat control. I like having 1 control - I know if the grill is on, and what it's set on. The other grill had 3 controls - 1 for temperature (200-425 degrees)- which was called the "griddle", the central control called "selector" which chooses between the griddle, or grill/panini, and then the control on the right hand side called "Grill/Panini" and the controls are warm, low, med, high, and sear. I never knew if the grill was on until it got hot.
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