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Trying to wrangle my Foreman grill

Discussion in 'Lifestyle Management' started by Andrew, May 23, 2018.

  1. Andrew

    Andrew Senior Member

    Los Angeles, USA
    I've sort of given up on using one of these. It seems like everything I try goes wrong. I've tried to make hamburgers 6 times, each time I left it on too long. Finally I got the timing right, but the ground beef managed to push its way into the grooves and blocked the fat from flowing out. I got sick trying to eat it. I tried putting mixed frozen vegetables on it, and when I opened the top they stuck to it, and then fell off between the counter and stove. I went into a crash just trying to deal with this. Although the grilled vegetables did taste great.

    Have any of you had luck with one of these devices? I'm just about ready to give mine away.
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  2. hangininthere


    I didn't have any luck, either. Cooks unevenly. And too much work cleaning it after. I tried lining top and bottom with foil to make cleaning easier. But cooks so unevenly. It's sitting in the attic storage.

    Last edited: May 24, 2018
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  3. hope


    The secret is to add a raw egg to the ground beef and mix it together by hand. I also add a handful of dried,natural breadcrumbs, available in a box from supermarkets (UK). Then I add chopped onion, chopped peppers, salt and pepper and mix them all together by hand.

    I coat the plates on the Foreman grill with olive oil or veg oil. Then I shape the hamburgers making sure they are not too thick. I think you need to stay near the grill while it is cooking.

    hope this helps, hope x
    Last edited: May 28, 2018
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