- No-fuss grilling facilitated, for use inside or outside
- The grill surface area stands about 6 inches high; with the pedestal, it stands about 2-1/2 feet high
- Utilizes electric heat, with adjustable range from low to high
- Sloping grate base draws fat away from food to gather in easy-to-empty tray
- Item Constructed to North American Electrical Standards
George Foreman GGR50B-A Great Alternative to a Propane Grill
The George Foreman GGR50B has a really big cooking area and 5 heat settings so you can do it all from burning to simply keeping foods warm.It heats up rapidly to grill steaks, chicken, salmon, pork veggies, burgers, and chops.It really seals in the tastes and whatever comes out tasting delicious. It’s stable enough that I do not fear that it will fall over.The grill heats up very rapidly and the heat settings are accurate.This is an extremely good, strong indoor, outside grill.
Quite easy to clean up and works prefer a charm
Grilling actually cannot get much simpler with George Foreman GGR50B. After putting together the grill, simply plug it in and allow about 10 minutes to fully preheat the surface area while you collect your steaks, kebabs, or whatever’s to be grilled. The electrical heat has an adjustable range from low to high. The nonstick grill surface area not only implies you can use a minimum of added fat, but it likewise makes cleanup a cinch.
Excellent grill, Excellent worth
If you are trying to find the charcoal flavor or the flavor from the gas grill, you will not get it from George Foreman GGR50B, however if you desire the versatility of indoor/outdoor this is your grill!
- 1. Easy to assemble simply a few parts, and you won’t need to study the instructions too carefully.
- 2. Grill food out without smelling up your house.
- 3. Grills most meats and veggies with great grill marks.
- 4. You can perch the lid on the grill handle using the built-in button on the within of the lid if you don’t have any location to set down the lid.
- 5. Easy clean-up simply wipe with a wet paper towel and press the char bits through the little holes into the drip tray. For thorough cleaning, eliminate the grill surface area and wash.
- 1. Grease drips. The grease that collects on within of the lid will drip to the floor when you get rid of the lid, and there was likewise some leaking from the round base onto the flooring. You may want to put something under it to secure the flooring if grilling on a balcony/deck/patio.
- 2.The grease holder is not that simple to empty because it sits under the grill surface, inside the base. You have to wait for the grill to cool off and remove the grill surface entirely in order to take out the grease tray.
- 3. The temperature-control latch gets hot at the greater settings, making it annoying to turn. Not hot sufficient to trigger burns, but hot enough to be unpleasant.
- 4. The temperature-control knob is smooth, with no texture on the sides, making it tough to turn, specifically when greasy or hot.
- 5. The majority of things grill well, I cannot appear to get a nice char on hot canines. I attempted laying them lengthwise, along the grill channels, as well as tried laying them across. They brown a bit, and if you leave them on enough time, they wrinkle and dry out, however they don’t get those great dark char marks.
In general it’s quite great however not terrific and I’m not exactly sure everybody would consider it a worthy replacement to a real grill. On the other hand, the George Foreman GGR50B it’s convenient, easy to store, and gets rid of concerns about propane dangers. Affordable enough that even if it’s only utilized sometimes it’s a good thing to have.