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George Foreman 2 portion grill £12.99 + £2.95 del @ Aldi
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George Foreman 2 portion grill £12.99 + £2.95 del @ Aldi

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George Foreman 2 portion grill £12.99 + £2.95 del @ Aldi
Posted 3rd Sep 2020
Easy to use, compact and stylish, this George Foreman 2 Portion Grill is perfect for treating your body to healthier, tastier food and snacks. The grill removes up to approx. 42% of fat from food, and with a floating hinge, the grill top can move more freely, great for grilling sandwiches, paninis, meats and more! It’s non-stick, with easy-clean grill plates, making it super easy to look after, and will also cook up to 3 times faster. Able to cook a variety of food from fresh or frozen, the only thing you need to do is decide what’s on the menu!

Cleaning Instructions
Wipe all surfaces with a damp cloth or sponge. Use a paper towel with a dab of cooking oil to remove stubborn stains. Wash the drip tray in warm soapy water or on the top rack of the dishwasher.
Features
Compact grill
Cooks healthier, tastier meals and snacks
Easy-to-use
Stylish design
Removes up to 42% of fat from food (approx.)
Floating hinge which accomodates thicker foods
Great for grilling sandwiches, paninis, meats and more
Cooks up to 3 times faster and more energy efficient
Non-stick, easy-clean grill plates
Cooks a variety of food from fresh or frozen
Includes perfect fit drip tray
Grills cook from both the top and bottom plates at the same time
Perfect for families and multiple servings
Angled grill design drains fat and grease
Guarantee/Warranty
2 years
Suitable For
Cooking red and white meat, fish, vegetables, all from fresh or frozen. Burgers, sausages, kebabs and toasted sandwiches.
Community Updates
11 Comments
I always wonder if the fat you see dripping off is actually removed from the food, or just the copious amounts of oil needed on the plates?
That's for dipping
Don't waste your money
Northerndave03/09/2020 09:36

I always wonder if the fat you see dripping off is actually removed from …I always wonder if the fat you see dripping off is actually removed from the food, or just the copious amounts of oil needed on the plates?


Nope that’s from the food you don’t need a lot of oil with these things, handy to have one around too
leckwith71303/09/2020 10:23

Nope that’s from the food you don’t need a lot of oil with these things, ha …Nope that’s from the food you don’t need a lot of oil with these things, handy to have one around too


I've got the family version with removable plates and instructions say to apply buckets of oil

Maybe not buckets 😜
It's only £14.99 in Lidl this week.
garry.flesher03/09/2020 16:00

It's only £14.99 in Lidl this week.


It’s 12.99 in Aldi in store this price is delivered
DO NOT BUY!
Useless item. I put some lamb on it and it took me 15 minutes cooking time before the lamb was edible. Well, edible .. if you like tough rock hard crispy meat. Oil in pan would have been quicker!
zworld03/09/2020 16:37

DO NOT BUY!Useless item. I put some lamb on it and it took me 15 minutes …DO NOT BUY!Useless item. I put some lamb on it and it took me 15 minutes cooking time before the lamb was edible. Well, edible .. if you like tough rock hard crispy meat. Oil in pan would have been quicker!


Never had a problem cooking burgers and toasties etc. Dunno if I would put lamb on it
Can purchase instore as well
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