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George Foreman GR20WHT XL Grill


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  • 8-by-18-inch nonstick cooking surfaces for family-size meals
  • Grills four burgers, two steaks, four chicken breasts--plus seafood, vegetables
  • Top and bottom grills cook foods in minutes
  • Overall, measures 8-1/2 inches wide, 6 inches high, 10 inches deep
  • Extender feet raise grill for easier filling of taco shells
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 5 inches ; 4.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004R940
  • Item model number: GR20
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,868 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Product Description

Russell Hobbs Super Champ GR20WHT Electric Grill GR20WHT 946

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With top and bottom grills measuring 8 by 18, this family-size version of the celebrated George Foreman Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine grills four burgers or chicken breasts, two big steaks, lots of taco or burrito fillings, or vegetables and seafood. The appliance's appeal lies in its simplicity and countertop convenience--not to mention its fat-fighting ability. By grilling from top and bottom simultaneously, the 820-watt grill cuts cooking time to minutes. It also sears in grill marks, which not only look appetizing but also contribute caramelized flavor. The bottom grill's deep channels collect fat, and the grill is sloped so fat runs off into a dishwasher-safe plastic tray (two are included) stationed under the unit's front. A floating hinge allows the top grill to rise and remain level, ensuring thick food cooks evenly.

Because the grill is nonstick, cleanup is a snap: all it needs is a quick scrape with a plastic spatula (included) and a wipe with a paper towel or a sponge. Overall, the grill measures 8-1/2 inches wide, 6 inches high, and 10 inches deep, weighs 5.8 pounds, and is clad in hard, gleaming, white plastic for a sleek appearance. The instruction booklet includes recipes. --Fred Brack

Customer Reviews

Easy to clean up.
"switching_to_am"
One of the great features of grilling is that most of the fat drips away, leaving you with leaner healthier cuts of meat.
usrbingeek.com
It cooks sausage, fish, chicken, and steak beautifully.
tim747

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

134 of 138 people found the following review helpful By "switching_to_am" on May 3, 2000
Simple to use. Quick. Easy to clean up. Makes food taste delicious. Quality construction. I use this to prepare 4-5 meals a week - and am never disappointed. It makes delicious chicken, burgers, grilled sandwiches, fish, steaks, vegetables, quesadillas, fajitas, etc... I love the fact that there are no complicated switches or settings, just plug it in and get cooking. What a relief from todays overly complicated world. I received my grill as a gift, and now it is my gift of choice to others. Those who receive it may at first have hesitations (George Foreman grill - wasn't that on a cheesy infomercial?), but once they use it - they absolutely love it. My only complaint is that it is a little small to cook for 3 or 4 people - the larger model maybe the way to go.
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92 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Christopher J. Klugewicz on May 2, 2000
This appliance has literally changed my life. To explain this bit of what may appear at first to be hyperbole, you must understand that I am in the military, am currently deployed to faraway lands, and am living in what can only be described as "primitive conditions."
Prior to purchasing my "George" cooking meant microwaving some tasteless frozen or canned product into that uniquely textured, unevenly heated form that only a microwave oven can produce. When I wanted to eat well, I ate out -- which in the military, usually means fast food.
It was on a trip to Iceland that I discovered "George": several of my compatriots had smaller versions of this grill in their barracks rooms, and the wonderful smells of their steaks, chicken breasts, and pork loins cooking at dinnertime led me to investigate and eventually purchase one of my own.
The grill is simplicity itself: plug it in and it works. There is no temperature control and no on/off switch. Wait till the little light goes out, then throw your chosen foodstuff on the non-stick surface. Both sides of whatever you're grilling are seared at once, making the meat (or veggie) moist and tender. Fat drains down the sloped surface into the helpfully-provided receptacle. Cooking time is remarkably short due to heating elements both above and below, and if you like your meat slightly crispy on the outside, you will be very, very happy.
Cleanup is a simple matter of wiping the nonstick surface with a few paper towels and is best accomplished with the grill slightly warm. A quick wipe with a damp sponge and you're done.
So far, I have cooked steaks (fabulous!
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124 of 129 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 23, 2000
My husband saw a George Foreman infomercial, thought it looked good and sent me out to find one. I bought model GR20, the original small version, several years ago. Shortly after starting to use "Our George" I gave away my outdoor gas grill! My husband was severely handicapped, and cooking, whether indoor or outdoor, was up to me. Why stand outside over a smoking grill, swatting mosquitos while I cook, when I can get the same result in my air conditioned kitchen?
The small grill would be too small for family cooking, but has been great for two! Simplicity itself -- plug in, heat up, cook! When you're finished, unplug! Cleanup is swift and easy. I originally thought it had to be cleaned while it was still hot, which was very inconvenient, but I have discovered that a couple of wadded up wet paper towels clean it in a jiffy when dinner is over.
My husband passed away earlier this year. Who's going to bake or broil one steak, one chicken breast or one serving of fish? Now "My George" grills for one! No heating the oven, no splattering on the stove top! I put a potato in the microwave to bake while my steak grills, fix a little salad, and in fifteen minutes I have a great, nutritious meal for one!
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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 14, 2000
If you are thinking of this for a family go the next size up. this is a great grill but not big enough for a family. Can only cook 2 hamburgers or chicken breasts at a time or 1 steak.
The food cooked on it is great though and takes so little time.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Star Sailor on November 12, 2000
This is a bachelors kitchen dream! No mess, no fuss and no dishes!! Just wipe it clean after each use and enjoy a juicy hamburger, steaks cooked to perfection and grilled chicken that's perfect and juicy. Anybody can use the George Foreman Grill! Just plug it in, set your favorite meat on the grill, close it up and cook until it is golden brown! This grill works fast, which is why it is perfect for us single fellas who hate cooking and love a hot meal once in awhile when we're not eating at a friends house where someone else is cooking for us:)
The only flaws I have with this unit: 1) TEMP CONTROLS! Where are they??? There are none to be found and unfortunately this grill doesn't cook fish real well unless you're standing next to the grill at all times to avoid overcooking. 2) ON/OFF SWITCH! Nowhere to be found! To turn off the unit you have to "unplug" an electrically charged unit, meaning that sparks initially fly when turning it off (possible fire starter).
Those are the only flaws I found. I love this thing and every mother looking for a good gift for their son or daughter at college or stationed in the military should not omit this from their son or daughters Christmas list. Don't pass this one up!!
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