The George Foreman Grill may have been advertised as a great way to cook meat without cooking the fat, but there are so many other things you can do with it. It is a great tool for preparing meals, especially for those who lack cooking. Here are 10 of the best ways to use yourexcept to cook hamburgers.
Fry an Egg: A George Foreman Grill can easily be used as a grill plate. Preheat, spray with non stick cooking spray and cook the eggs as normal. Use the drip tray to support the front end of the grill so that the plates are not tilted. So the eggs will not slip off while cooking.
Pressed sandwiches: No sandwich press? Your grill will toast your bread and heat up the inside. Simply place the sandwich in the preheated grill and gently squeeze on the top for a few minutes until roasted to taste.
Heat some Quesadillas: If sandwiches are not your thing, make a quesadilla instead. Preheat your grill and butter one side of a tortilla. On the non-buttered side, hand over a handful of grated cheese or a few slices of cheese. Turn the tortilla halfway with the butter side out. Place the tortilla with the open side to the hinge in the grill and close the grill for 4 minutes. If you can handle that, here's a daintier version with chicken and herbs.
Make Low-Fat Fries: There's nothing like fried potatoes, but that's close. Peel two medium-sized potatoes and cut into slices that look like thick potato chips. Toss the rounds with olive oil, salt and pepper. When the grill is hot, place the potato rolls on the grill without overlapping the pieces and close them. Let the rounds run for 6 to 1
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Toaster Waffles: Skip the toaster and sandwich a frozen waffle in your preheated grill. In 2 minutes it will be perfectly crispy
Cinnamon Rolls: To cook cinnamon rolls in a Foreman Grill, place the uncooked roll on the preheated grill and squeeze it between the top and bottom frying plates. Let it cook for 2 minutes and ice. You get a hot and sticky roll without turning on the oven. Img-9645 “height =” 0 “width =” 370 “daten-original =” https://cnet3.cbsistatic.com/img/RhzI42fbCBRTKKeYCSIPAyXclOI = / 370×0 / 2018/07/18 / 9081cc73-38da-4263-a981-ef1e7365f70b / img-9645.jpg “/>
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Frozen Pizza: I saw this tip on a forum and am waiting to try it out. It took a few experiments, but it works! Turn the grill over and open it. Preheat it and then put a pizza in personal size on the grill plate. Place a fork next to the hinges and close the top grill plate. The fork keeps the grill just enough so that the cheese does not stick. Cook the pizza for 12 to 13 minutes to get a crunchy crust and melted cheese.