George Foreman 14066 Grill with Removable Plates was £49.99 NOW ONLY £19.56 Delivered@Amazon
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George Foreman 14066 Grill with Removable Plates was £49.99 NOW ONLY £19.56 Delivered@Amazon

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Found 9th Jan 2009
George Foreman 14066 GRP3 Grill with Sloped Grill Design and Removable Plates, 3 Portions

Product Features

* Grill feature enables normal contact grilling
* Removable plates allows the grill to be easily cleaned in the dishwasher or sink
* Stylish black grill with easy access handle
* Large enough for 3 portions
* Patented grill design means fat and grease drips away in to separate drip tray
* Up to3 times faster than conventional cooking methods
* Versatile, can be used to cook vegetables or meat, fish and poultry, even from frozen

RRP: £49.99
Price: £19.56 & this item Delivered FREE in the UK with Super Saver Delivery.
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24 Comments

Thats a good deal, heat added.

I paid £33 for mine in Comet about 2 weeks ago

Banned

Good price, ordered as I spotted it on this previous post.
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Good deal payed double this but mine melted and i mean it was faulty and the metal melted onto the kitchen worktop i had to return it and have been offered money back on the worktop repair but nobody in my are interested in replacing or repairing one worktop i need 3 quotes

Excellent stuff....my loft was starting to look a bit empty - this will be useful to use once, only to realise how woeful it is - I can then store in my loft thereby filling it up.

We've got a foreman with removable plates, the plates don't get hot enough with this design in my opinion.

Banned

My first one of those broke, And i just cooked my dinner with my new one, its pretty good, but the grease doesn't drain away effectively whilst cooking, and it cools down half way through cooking for some reason, dont know whether this is a safety feature, but its quite annoying.

I bought mine 6 months ago and was only about £25 from robert dyas

is it big enough

Be warned the Foreman's with removable plates are known for their unreliability, i was going to buy one until i saw some of the reviews. Also the company who your are dealing with, Salton Europe, will not help you with any faults.

Check out some of the reviews here and although its a differant model expect the same problems

amazon.co.uk/Geo…h_2

Good price on this model but not worth the risk imo.

the removable plates are a must IMO. I got one without and, despite what you see on QVC, it's a beeatch to clean >

This one looks too small for me - only three portions.

Many complaints about these ones not heating well.

For a 4 portion fixed plate this one is a good deal.

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Just wash over the edge of the sink with warm water, or even just wipe with a piece of Bounty while still warm, depending on what you have been cooking.

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That is the better buy imo. An xtra £15, but so much more

Excellent price. Was all set to order but have read a few of the unfavourable reviews as pointed out by earlier poster. Think I'll sit and wait for further comments about this grill on this thread. I particularly didn't like this review of the similar machine:

" have found that this grill cooks by steam rather than the heat of the grids. Not good enough for good quality meat, as the 'steaming' doesn't give you that nice, browned finish, apart from the grid pattern".

unreality;4010190

Excellent price. Was all set to order but have read a few of the … Excellent price. Was all set to order but have read a few of the unfavourable reviews as pointed out by earlier poster. Think I'll sit and wait for further comments about this grill on this thread. I particularly didn't like this review of the similar machine:" have found that this grill cooks by steam rather than the heat of the grids. Not good enough for good quality meat, as the 'steaming' doesn't give you that nice, browned finish, apart from the grid pattern".




I've cooked Pork steaks and burgers and they've come out fine with this. It is quite small though, you can only fit 2 quarterpounders in it

I bought this one when it was £20.... amazon.co.uk/gp/…294
I highly recommend it. Its very easy to clean. Once I am finished with it I turn it off and place wet kitchen roll between the plates while we eat. Soon as we are done I put it on the draining board and wash/wipe over with hot soapy water. It comes up a treat.

I have had this one ]Here for a year now and have never had a problem with it.

newskiller;4009271

Just wash over the edge of the sink with warm water, or even just wipe … Just wash over the edge of the sink with warm water, or even just wipe with a piece of Bounty while still warm, depending on what you have been cooking.



Agreed. But if you do not like coconut try a piece of Twix, the biscuit component makes a really efficient hot plate scourer.

fablanta;4013195

Agreed. But if you do not like coconut try a piece of Twix, the biscuit … Agreed. But if you do not like coconut try a piece of Twix, the biscuit component makes a really efficient hot plate scourer.



Yes, I laughed out loud :w00t:

HOT....BTW Removable plates are a must on any health Grill.........

Removable plates are awful: uneven distribution of heat which burns some bits of your food whilst leaving others undercooked.

I bought one of these and despite the fact that it was easier to clean, it didn't serve its primary purpose: being able to cook food properly. As such, I've now moved back to one of the fixed-plate models.

"Wipe with a piece of bounty"!!.. confectionery jokes aside you've just prepared two juicy meals: one for you and the other for the bacteria!

Johnboy_1975;4013872
HOT....BTW Removable plates are a must on any health Grill.........


rubbish

:whistling:

Morpheus_00;4017896
"Wipe with a piece of bounty"!!.. confectionery jokes aside you've just prepared two juicy meals: one for you and the other for the bacteria!


Joking still, you're being about as intelligent as bacteria. It's a grill, you berk. How many bacteria are going to survive the next time you turn it on.

Wooah, but you're a charmer newskiller.... a basic food hygiene course will tell you that you get rid of bacteria asap after cooking, not leaving residue on your pans, hot plates or whatever to mulitply until the next time you cook (some food poisining bacteria CAN survive grilling, quite apart from the bacteria you might transfer when you handle the grill)....Berk!
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