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George Foreman Entertaining 7-Portion Grill 19932 - Silver
- Cooks up to seven portions of food on 774 cm and two non stick easy clean plates
- Sloped grill design channels fat and grease into separate drip tray
- Adjustable rear foot design for flat or angled cooking
- Floating hinge enables cooking of extra thick food
- Also makes a panini press or sandwich toaster
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The benefits of cooking with a George Foreman Grill are so many and varied that it’s little wonder it remains the world’s leading brand in health grills – even 15 years after it was first launched. It’s easy to use, grills a whole host of food and can help you to cook up a healthier, tastier meal or snack in no time.
1 x Entertaining 7 portion grill
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From the manufacturer
- Cooks up to 7 portions.
- Adjustable rear foot for flat or angled cooking.
- Flush fitting drip tray.
- Compact storage solution with vertical storage.
George Foreman 19932 Entertaining Seven Portion Grill - Silver
The benefits of cooking with a George Foreman Grill are so many and varied that it’s little wonder it remains the world’s No.1 electric health grill – even 12 years after it was first launched.
It’s easy to use, grills a whole host of food and can help you to cook up a healthier, tastier meal or snack in no time.
42% Fat Reduction
Fat reduction is at the core of the George Foreman brand and independent tests have shown that the George Foreman Grill removes up to 42% of fat* from food. The patented angled grill channels fat and grease away from foods, and contact grilling from both sides applies gentle pressure onto food encouraging additional fat to be removed.
Stuck for space? Your grill can be stored vertically helping it to slot neatly away inside your cupboard or on your worktop, without taking up too much room.
Adjustable rear foot
What are your grilling today? An adjustable rear foot means you can use your grill on a flat surface when you are cooking sandwiches or angled when cooking meat.
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The materials are more plastic than metal and don't feel as robust as the original did. The hinge is a god gap size, so you can get small panini's in there without any difficulty. It also has the added advantage of being easy to store, allowing you to store it on it's back hinge (it has feet) and it can then slot into a space, rather than having to take up so much room like the old one did.
This device doesn't have the variable temperature control. This wasn't a problem for me, but might be for those who might want to control the amount of heat for personal preference such as steak.
It also doesn't have a timer, so you need to be careful to monitor what you cook. The lack of a timer also means that there is no auto cool down as there was before, so again, you need to make sure that you have turned it off on the mains (there is no on/off switch).
In terms of capacity, it is excellent. It has plenty of space and I can easily get lots on it (please see photos). It can accommodate several portions and the grill does seem to distribute heat evenly across the whole panels.
Problem is, it doesn't have the weight of the original, so it doesn't get rid of as much fat as it doesn't have the weight to bear down properly. For example, if sausages, you have the problem of the fattest sausage preventing the others from cooking fully as they don't easily make contact with the top plate. It's not until you push down on it, that there is a much more even cook. I never had to do that with the old one, but this just doesn't seem to have the weight to do that without some help, which is pretty annoying.
All in all, I'll use it til it breaks, but it was a disappointing purchase.