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Lidl - George Foreman 5-Portion Family Grill - Stainless Steel/Red £19.99 @ Lidl
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Lidl - George Foreman 5-Portion Family Grill - Stainless Steel/Red £19.99 @ Lidl

£19.99£29.9933%LIDL Deals
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Posted 20th Oct 2019

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  • Great for toasting sandwiches and paninis as well as grilling meat, veg and fish
  • Removes up to 42% of fat
  • High-quality, non-stick coated grill plates for easy cleaning
  • 1650W
  • 2-year warranty
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ukez20/10/2019 15:13

These cook your food great, but they're an absolute **** to clean..


Actually very easy to clean. I have the 2 portion George Foreman. After unplugging put 2 sheets of damp kitchen paper inside and close the grill. After you ate your food, wipe the grill with the now dried kitchen paper. All comes off very easy. Mine still looks like new.
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These cook your food great, but they're an absolute **** to clean..
ukez20/10/2019 15:13

These cook your food great, but they're an absolute **** to clean..


Actually very easy to clean. I have the 2 portion George Foreman. After unplugging put 2 sheets of damp kitchen paper inside and close the grill. After you ate your food, wipe the grill with the now dried kitchen paper. All comes off very easy. Mine still looks like new.
rosalina181820/10/2019 15:20

Actually very easy to clean. I have the 2 portion George Foreman. After …Actually very easy to clean. I have the 2 portion George Foreman. After unplugging put 2 sheets of damp kitchen paper inside and close the grill. After you ate your food, wipe the grill with the now dried kitchen paper. All comes off very easy. Mine still looks like new.


You must be the only one that thinks it's easy to clean. I have the large one and I've mentioned these deals on here in the past to mates at work and the first thing they all said including me is yeah they've had or got one, they cook your food really well but they cant stand cleaning them. It's another bit of kit thats collecting dust in the cupboard.
ukez20/10/2019 15:31

You must be the only one that thinks it's easy to clean. I have the large …You must be the only one that thinks it's easy to clean. I have the large one and I've mentioned these deals on here in the past to mates at work and the first thing they all said including me is yeah they've had or got one, they cook your food really well but they cant stand cleaning them. It's another bit of kit thats collecting dust in the cupboard.


Have you tried it with the damp paper towels while the grill is still hot and unplugged? It will loosen all the dried bits. It works great. No scrubbing, no scratches.
Edited by: "rosalina1818" 20th Oct 2019
rosalina181820/10/2019 15:20

Actually very easy to clean. I have the 2 portion George Foreman. After …Actually very easy to clean. I have the 2 portion George Foreman. After unplugging put 2 sheets of damp kitchen paper inside and close the grill. After you ate your food, wipe the grill with the now dried kitchen paper. All comes off very easy. Mine still looks like new.


Thanks for the tip. My George is well used and I was thinking of replacing it with a model that has removable grill plates, but they're expensive. I'll give your advice a try first.
nforne20/10/2019 21:07

Thanks for the tip. My George is well used and I was thinking of replacing …Thanks for the tip. My George is well used and I was thinking of replacing it with a model that has removable grill plates, but they're expensive. I'll give your advice a try first.


Yes, please try and let me know how it worked for you. The damp paper steams all the bits off and when the grill is cold, all you do is wipe it all off.
rosalina181820/10/2019 15:36

Have you tried it with the damp paper towels while the grill is still hot …Have you tried it with the damp paper towels while the grill is still hot and unplugged? It will loosen all the dried bits. It works great. No scrubbing, no scratches.


Good tip I'll try that,mines consigned to the bottom cupboard along with the sandwich toaster for this very reason it's a pain to clean up.
luke.o.zade20/10/2019 21:22

Good tip I'll try that,mines consigned to the bottom cupboard along with …Good tip I'll try that,mines consigned to the bottom cupboard along with the sandwich toaster for this very reason it's a pain to clean up.


I sometimes use three layers of damp paper towels. Wet them, squeeze all the water out. It will sizzle when you close the lid. If there is still burnt food on it, give it another try heating up the grill, unplug and the same procedure. Works wonders and it will actually be a pleasure to use it again instead of burying it forever.
rosalina181820/10/2019 21:34

I sometimes use three layers of damp paper towels. Wet them, squeeze all …I sometimes use three layers of damp paper towels. Wet them, squeeze all the water out. It will sizzle when you close the lid. If there is still burnt food on it, give it another try heating up the grill, unplug and the same procedure. Works wonders and it will actually be a pleasure to use it again instead of burying it forever.


great advice
rosalina181820/10/2019 21:15

Yes, please try and let me know how it worked for you. The damp paper …Yes, please try and let me know how it worked for you. The damp paper steams all the bits off and when the grill is cold, all you do is wipe it all off.


I can confirm this method works, I've been doing it since I bought my grill. Found the tip online years ago.
Me too, warm it back up a bit, unplug and use sponge pad to drip some water on it and wipe clean. Need to be hot enough that the water begins to steam away. Quick and easy
luke.o.zade20/10/2019 21:22

Good tip I'll try that,mines consigned to the bottom cupboard along with …Good tip I'll try that,mines consigned to the bottom cupboard along with the sandwich toaster for this very reason it's a pain to clean up.


It's unlikely to work with old, burnt-on grease if it's been allowed to get established. It works like a charm if the grill plates are clean to start with, but you have to be conscientious and clean fairly soon after each use - or at least leave the towels damp. Removable plates would avoid a lot of the faff. That and the lack of temperature control means I'd lve to find a good alternative. I believe Cuisinart did a good one.
It's a common misconception that fat is somehow unhealthy, trust me when I say you will be far better off cutting out carbs to lose weight than fat. Infact, fat is extremely healthy, if your body is burning fat for energy instead of carbs, you will feel less hunger and your body will be more efficient in energy production
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