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    I just bought an indoor grill. It has interchangable plates, one is flat for sandwitches and such, the other is ribbed like a grill.

    Anyone have any good recipes for this?
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    Originally posted by Freya View Post
    I just bought an indoor grill. It has interchangable plates, one is flat for sandwitches and such, the other is ribbed like a grill.

    Anyone have any good recipes for this?
    You are a girl. Men like bbq meat. Expect this to be a popular thread!

    One quick tip. Get a bloke to hunt something -forest/supermarket. If you like meat you are on the right thread. If a bit vege, Bovil gives you the B vitamins.
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    • #3
      George Foreman Grill Recipes:

      http://www.georgeforemanrecipes.com/

      http://www.recipegoldmine.com/grillgf/grillgf.html
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        Thanks for those links Sal , great ideas.
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        • #5
          Thanks for the links. I already found a recipe i like and a good cleaning tip.

          Me like BBQ meat too! LoL
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          • #6
            It's tough to beat a good steak that's cooked properly. My preference is for ribeye, sirloin or eye of chuck usually about 3/4" thick. For best cooking results be sure to take it out of the fridge at least 20-30 minutes before cooking.

            Season to taste, I prefer freshly ground sea salt and a freshly ground pepper mix (black, red, white and green pepper corns), at least 10 minutes before cooking.

            Pre heat your George grill for 5 minutes and then cook for 4-5 minutes for medium (or to taste). When done on the grill move to a plate and let it sit for 5 minutes before cutting (this allows more of the juices to remain in the steak once sliced).

            The other night I had good luck just tossing jumbo cooked (but frozen) shrimp on ole George for about 5 minutes.

            George makes great breakfast link sausauges. 10 minutes and they're perfect and you don't have to watch them.
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