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    George Foreman Grill

    Hi all,

    Looking for advice and reccomendations on a George Foreman grill, I didn't realise that there were so many in the market!

    I would ideally like one that is not too big, i.e. cook four burgers at a time etc - also with removable plates - for ease of use on cleaning.

    I have quickly browsed amazon, but thought it would be best to ask on here.

    Any help is appreciated.

    Cheers.

    8 Comments

    i would recommend the jamie oliver health grill made by tefal. i know its not george foreman but same idea and in my opioion a lot better. it has removable grills and you can fold it out to have double sided like bbq as well we have had a few grills over the years but all the george foremans have broke. the last tefal one we had lasted over 5 years and was still going strong we just decided to upgarde to the new model

    i know you said not too big but this looks a good deal

    argos.co.uk/sta…htm

    Original Poster

    That does look a good deal! ^ Thanks.

    Original Poster

    I quite like the look of this one...

    amazon.co.uk/dp/…416?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B001CZNQQ2

    argos & amazon were cheapest when we got ours - have to say though - we don't use it too much now as its not big enough for us all - so go bigger rather than small if you have the room for it

    I have one but never use it i find the meat is very bland and tastless.Depends what you want it for really

    Dont mean to confuse you but I have and love the Gordon Ramsay grill, it has removable plates and opens out flat.
    This is used daily by my family, for toasties, paninis, tuna steaks, sausages. Plates removes v easily and clean up a treat either by hand or in a dishwasher.
    Perfect for a family of 4 plus
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