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George Foreman GRP90WGR Next Grilleration Electric Nonstick Grill with 5 Removable Plates

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  • Electric countertop grill with 72 square inches of cooking surface
  • 5 removable grill plates for making waffles, cooking paninis, grilling, baking, and griddle cooking
  • Exclusive George Tough triple-coated, scratch-resistant, nonstick coating
  • Generous handles stay cool to the touch; dishwasher-safe grilling plates
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

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  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 13 x 17 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000A7W4Z2
  • Item model number: GRP90WGRFF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (957 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,332 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

George Foreman Next Grilleration Grill with five removable plates includes 2-grill, 2-waffle, 1-griddle/bake. Additional functionality of the plate(s) are grill, griddle, waffle, bake and panini cooking. All grills are coated with George Tourgh exclusive scratch resistant triple tough non-stick coating. Dishwasher safe removable plates for easy clean up.

Customer Reviews

The plates are removable for easy clean up.
beachbaby
This is great...I bought one as a christmas gift for parents last year and they use it every single day....This year I asked for one from them!
Its Darc
The waffles are great, and my husband makes great omelets on the baking plate.
M. Saunders

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,047 of 1,062 people found the following review helpful By CapriSun on December 31, 2005
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I heard a commercial for this about 3 or 4 times one evening, and I finally paid attention after barely listening to it the first few times. Once I saw that it had interchangeable, *dishwasher-safe* plates, I told my husband that I wanted it for Christmas. I popped over here to amazon and ordered it right away. It got here before Christmas, but since it was my gift, I had to leave it alone until afterwards ;-)

A few things attracted me to the grill. Interchangeable plates, dishwasher safe, and the waffle plates. I had been looking for a new wafflemaker, and in fact had looked at the store the night I saw the ad for the G5. The one we've had for 11+ years is too small for our family now, and I wanted something bigger. However, it seemed silly to spend a lot of money on one since I don't make them that often. Imagine how happy I was to see the size of the plates on the commercial!

Let me tell you, I was not disappointed with my first waffle go-round a couple of days ago. It makes 2 waffles that are each just about the size of 2 typical square freezer waffles. That's what I'm talking about! I made up a batch of Bisquick waffle batter, and set to cooking. It was trial and error as far as learning cooking times. I like my waffles softer, my husband likes them crispier. I would say on average they needed to cook 5-7 minutes. I pre-heated the grill as directed, and poured about 1.5 ladles of batter on each side. I didn't get them perfectly full each time, but close enough, you know? We ate them, we liked them! I didn't have any issues with them cooking unevenly; each batch turned out just fine.

Yesterday my husband made grilled cheese using the steak plate and the baking tray (upper & lower).
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314 of 328 people found the following review helpful By Eric J. on August 27, 2006
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This is my second GF grill. I had a different model for over a year. The GRP90WGR suffers from the same problem as the first one I owned. The non-stick coating is really poor. It doesn't last very long, even with careful cleaning. My new grill has been used under ten times and the coating is disappearing from high spots in the grill surface even though I only use a soft sponge to clean it. In all other respects, this is a well-designed appliance.
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131 of 134 people found the following review helpful By Gadget Fanatics on April 18, 2006
We had never been interested in the GF indoor grills before - already had too many kitchen gadgets cluttering up our counters. Then we saw this and thought it might be great to get a grill plus be able to eliminate other small appliances we use often. As a result, this grill has become a counter staple-we use it every day.

It replaced a toaster oven, two waffle makers (one regular, one belgian) and a grill someone gave us eons ago (not a GF). We're even getting rid of the rotisserie oven (we never used it much anyway). With the baking pan we've been able to toast bread, english muffins, toaster pastries and reheat pizza and meat patties. The grill plates cook great sandwiches, bacon (really great and drains a lot of fat), steaks, hambergers, franks, sausage, shrimp (we did kebobs with vegetables). Grilling is especially fast. A 1" thick dry rubbed london broil steak took only 5-6 minutes for medium rare! Although the waffle plates make only two at a time, they are LARGE waffles-we've even made some with blueberries!

While fairly easy to clean, we definitely recommend a thorough clean up after each use (particularly the top grill plate) and ordering the extra grill scrubs. Make a copy of the cooking time chart in the manual and post it by the grill or on your fridge for easy reference. Only quibble-must be sure to get the plates on just so, sometimes they can be a little difficult to click in place. Low profile is great on the counter - if they could make this stand upright when not in use and had a built in or attached timer it would be too perfect for words. For us, this has been a great gadget value for the price!
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216 of 232 people found the following review helpful By John on January 28, 2006
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Some people seem to have had problems with the "Next Grilleration" Foreman electric grill. I haven't.

The removable plates are a HUGE plus: simply snap them out, wipe off the grease with a paper towel, rinse the plates off (removing any cooked-on crust with a plastic scrubber), and into the dishwasher they go. The previous Foreman grill I used always bothered me, because cleaning it seemed an iffy--and potentially unsanitary--proposition.

I've also had no problems cooking thicker cuts of meat perfectly. HELLO! Just turn your (e.g.) steak around (so that what WAS the front side now faces the hinge) half-way through the grilling time. If you don't have time to do that, you don't have time to cook in the first place. If you can't remember to do that, you should stay out of the kitchen, because you could hurt yourself.

One word of advice: ANY grill of this sort works best with boneless cuts of meat, simply because bone and meat shrink at VERY different rates when heated. (DUH!)

I haven't tried to cook waffles on it. I use a waffle iron for that task. But the new Foreman grill makes GREAT grilled cheese sandwiches.

I LIKE the control of temperature on this model; the older models were either full blast or nothin'. With this one, you can experiment and find your personal ideal grilling temperature. It's pretty clear that grilling a hunk of meat is best accomplished at a higher temperature than making a grilled cheese sandwich (though you're welcome to your own conclusions).

In short, this seems to me to be a well-planned, well-built, and very useful kitchen gadget. It's also cheaper than some alternatives folks have suggested. It grills quickly and well. It even LOOKS nice sitting on the counter.
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