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George Foreman GRP90WGR Next Grilleration Electric Nonstick Grill with 5 Removable Plates, Red
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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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|Color||Red||4-in-1 Multi-Plate Red||2-in-1 Multi-Plate Red||Red||Silver/Black||Copper|
|Item Dimensions||13 x 14 x 17 in||15 x 8.5 x 13.5 in||15.5 x 9 x 13.5 in||15.51 x 16.22 x 7.95 in||7 x 17 x 14 in||16.77 x 11.1 x 19.88 in|
|Item Weight||20.62 lbs||1 lb||1 ounces||1 ounces||15.5 lbs||11.95 lbs|
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.
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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). He tells me that he flipped it over so he'd have the same design on each side *insert rolly eyes here*, but otherwise it cooked just fine.
Last night I made chocolate chip cookies using the recipe from the cookbook that came with the grill. So cool! They were virtually impossible to screw up! I did cook them longer than the recipe called for after the first batch; cooking times I think are are things that will have to be judged individually for each recipe. There are guidelines in the cookbook and the instruction manual, but I don't think they're hard and fast. Experiment and see what works best for you :-)
This morning my husband was at it again, this time making scrambled eggs. I didn't get any (he ate them all while I was asleep!) but he says that they cooked the eggs in about 1/3 of the time as our gas stove. He was pretty happy with that.
I was pleased with the 2 drip trays and the better spatulas (also 2) that came with the grill, in addition to the cleaning sponge. I don't know how often I'll use the sponge, since the plates clean so easily by hand (and once again, they are dishwasher-safe!), but it's nice to have. I liked the other Foreman grills, but cleaning them stopped me from using them as often as I might have otherwise. They were just kind of a pain; if you've used them you know what I mean.
Get this grill :-) If you have realistic expectations and are willing to experiment to get just the right cooking times, then I don't think you'll be disappointed. I'm not!
I had a large George Foreman for over 10 yrs. which I used a lot. When it finally died I chose this G5 and am so happy with it! The only possible con is the space it takes up for storage. My adult sons are wanting this grill now.
I have made waffles on several occasions. They always turn out perfectly, even better than my old waffle maker.
The grill itself has held everything from hamburgers to steaks, and my husband has been pleased with those results.
It acts as a small oven, baking small portions, and it also works nicely as a portable griddle. I have also used it for Paninis. It is the most versatile item I have owned, and I highly recommend the fact that it packs a lot of functions in a very small space.
I have added the George Foreman Omelet Plates for the G5 George Foreman Grill and now use it for pocket sandwiches and omelets. This little plate can make three small pie crusts or even turnovers!
Since I have an electric stove, it takes no longer to warm up than the burner on my stove, and is much more convenient than heating my entire oven for small items.
Were it really shines is that it has a super cookbook on how to use all of these plates, and it is easy to use the time and temperature to adapt the recipes to your own favorites.