Post by Chris in NM on Oct 4, 2003 15:37:49 GMT -6
Hi! My husband & I have an indoor electric grill that is smokeless and does pretty good! However, it does leave the cooked food dry. He has suggested getting rid of the elec. indoor grill and buying the largest George Foreman grill. Any thoughts or suggestions on this? Has anyone else done this? What do y'all think?? Thanks a bunch!!!!!!
Post by whisperingpass on Oct 27, 2003 11:43:49 GMT -6
Hi : A friend of mine had the same problem with her indoor smokeless electric grill. What she ended up doing was marinating her meat well in advance and also injecting with a madinade made with oil base. This worked wonderfull. Meat was juicy inside and nicely browned outside. What she noticed was there is really no differance with an indoor grill versus an outdoor bar b que grill so timing and temperature is very importany as well as marinading. Hope this helps you.You might also try under cooking on the grill and finishing off in the microwave, she had much success with this style also. Lynn aka WhisperingPass
As a side note - we just bought a Hamilton Beach Contact Grill yesterday. It is identical to the GF but we paid much less. It also has a variable temperature setting. Unfortunately there were no recipes with it nor are there many on their web site. Sure could use some more ideas!!!! I have printed off some from this section on the message board, but could use more!!!! Thanks so much! We are going to do burgers on ours this week to try it out!!!!
Post by whisperingpass on Jan 30, 2005 15:18:23 GMT -6
I love my very large GF Grill and here is a tip for you on cleaning that new grill you just got. When finished cooking turn off and unplug the thing. Then take 2 paper towels and soak them completely. Do not ring out. Slap one on each grill top and bottom. Close the grill up and place over the edge of the sink. This loosens all of the cooking material left behind and clean up is a few simple whipes and ready for next use. Lynn
Post by whisperingpass on Apr 2, 2005 1:41:41 GMT -6
Thanks Chris !! I also own a huge George Forman Grill and it sits up on the top shelf alot I only seem to use it in the winter. All spring and summer I am out in the driveway with my huge propagne bbq, usually with the rotisary going.At minus 45*C I was out in the garage with the bbq going on New Years Eve bbq ing but believe me in a non heated garage I was not out there for long spells. Now do not get me wrong I love my GF grill but I also love the bbq, and any exchuse not to fire up the gas oven suits me just fine in the hot summers we have here. Lynn