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George Foreman GRP4 Next Grilleration 4-Burger Grill with Removable Plates, White

Cook healthy and make cleanup a snap with a 72 square inch removable plate grill. The cooking surface fits up to 3 servings and features our patented slope and George Tough nonstick coating that let fat and grease drain away as you cook. Removable plates and custom accessories are dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning, so you

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Cook healthy and make cleanup a snap with a 72 square inch removable plate grill. The cooking surface fits up to 3 servings and features our patented slope and George Tough nonstick coating that let fat and grease drain away as you cook. Removable plates and custom accessories are dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning, so you can cook your family meal and cleanup in a snap.

Product Features

  • 72 square inch cooking surface fits up to 3 servings and knocks out the fat with our George tough nonstick coating and patented sloped design
  • 1000 watts power plus signature Foreman embedded heating element offers even heat across the cooking surface and faster temperature recovery
  • Removable plates feature our durable nonstick coating to extend the life of your grill and are dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning
  • Custom dishwasher-safe accessories include drip tray and spatula, for easy cooking, serving and cleanup
  • Measures 12 by 17 by 6 inches; 2-year limited warranty

Comments

Victor H. Agresti "remodeling-guy" says:

Easy cleanup but should get hotter We bought this model after dropping and breaking our inexpensive George Foreman “Champ” grill.Pros:- The removable grilling plates come off and go on easily, and cleaning them in the sink or dishwasher is a breeze. The base unit doesn’t even get dirty!- Non-stick grilling plates are sufficiently large to cook hamburgers for three or four people.- Fat drips into the provided tray with no leaking out the back or sides.- Floating hinges allow varying thicknesses of food to be held tight on the top and bottom.- Total time to cook, once unit is fully heated, is faster than broiling the burgers in our electric oven and the grill uses far less power.- Light enough to hold with one hand, for easy storing.- Unit lacks a thermometer and temperature control, neither of which is needed for most things. Price is lower as a result.- Easy, fast, and inexpensive method to cook many foods…

Jessica "Kitchen Gadget Gourmand" says:

FABULOUS! When our small original George Forman gave out I bit the bullet, and decided to spend the money on one with more bells and whistles. GREAT DECISION! My husband uses this almost every day to make a burger, chicken breast, etc. I used it tonight, to make fabulous Tilapia filets which took no time and almost no effort (sprinkle w/ Emril’s seasoning and grill for five minutes). THE BEST PART…. REMOVABLE GRILL PLATES! I’ve put these in the dishwasher and washed by hand. No problem and worlds better than the old model with the fixed plates. I’ll use this appliance even more now that clean up is no longer a chore!

Mark S. Holden says:

A significant improvement over the originals We got one of the original George Foreman grills several years ago as a gift, and it took us a while to actually try it, but once we did, we ended up using it fairly often for hot dogs, hamburgers, and pork chops. It was convenient – though clean up was a bit of a hassle.These new ones solve that problem.I note the new one seems to take slightly longer to warm up – possibly because of the removable plates don’t transfer heat from the elements quite as efficiently as ones that are permanently attached, but it’s only a couple extra minutes, and once warmed up, it’s fine.Normally I put everything I can in the dishwasher, but I haven’t bothered with the plates on this grill yet as they really are very easy to clean with soap and a brush under hot running water.Another improvement on the newer ones is the hinge allows for thicker meat. We make thick burgers – and used to have to flip them front to back to get even cooking – this is no…

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