Getting Creative with the George Foreman Grill



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02:08 – Reverse Bacon Egg and Cheese
04:24 – Vegan Tofu Wrap
06:12 – Steak Negimaki
08:40 – Grilled Reuben Pocket
10:35 – Mango Sticky Rice Cakes

Reverse Bacon, Egg & Cheese
INGREDIENTS:
Bagel
Egg
Cheese
Bacon
Ketchup

Prop your grill on your upside down grease tray.
Heat your grill & lay down 4 strips of bacon. Close and allow to cook through. Remove. Chop bacon.
Crack an egg over the grill & break it up a little. Close the grill and allow egg to cook through. Remove. Slice into thin strips.
Toast your bagel on the grill until it develops crispy grill marks. Slice into thin strips.
Place cheese on the grill, close and allow it to melt. When it starts to develop crispy edges and it is firm enough to flip, flip it over and cook for an additional 30 seconds and remove.
Quickly, layer on bacon, egg & bagel strips and roll.
Cut into bite size “sushi” bites. Drizzle with ketchup and enjoy.

Vegan Tofu Wrap
INGREDIENTS:
Peppers
Tortilla
Tofu- Extra Firm
Sprouts
Peanut Sauce

Dry your tofu off with a towel.
Grease your grill and lay down your tofu, flipping over through the cooking process to make sure it is crispy on all sides. Remove.
Drizzle peanut sauce on your tortilla.
Add tofu strips, fresh pepper, sprouts and some more peanut sauce.
Roll your tortilla up into a burrito and place back into your grill until grill marks develop.

Steak Negimaki
INGREDIENTS:
Thin steak
Teriyaki Sauce
Carrots
Scallions
Sesame seeds

Cut your steak into 2 inch strips.
Marinate your steak in teriyaki sauce for at least 30 minutes.
Chop off stems from scallions & thinly julienne carrot.
Grill your scallions just until they develop grill marks. Remove.
Grill carrots until cooked through. Remove.
On your thinly sliced steak, lay on some scallions and carrots and roll up your steak.
Place your steak rolls in your greased and pre heated grill. Close and allow to cook for about 2-3 minutes. Remove.
Sprinkle with sesame seeds and enjoy!

Grilled Reuben Pocket
INGREDIENTS:
Dough
Corned Beef
Dressing
Sauerkraut
Swiss cheese

Roll your dough out over a dash of oil to help it from sticking.
Layer Swiss cheese, corned beef, dressing and sauerkraut. Top with another layer of cheese.
Fold the dough over and seal.
Grease your grill and place your dough on the grill. Cover top of dough with aluminum foil. Close grill. Remove once dough is fully cooked through.

Mango Sticky Rice Cakes
INGREDIENTS:
Sweet rice flour
Sugar
Mango
Coconut Milk
Sesame Seeds

Add 1 can of coconut milk into a sauce pan. Add 2 tbsp of sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat and allow it to cool.
In a bowl mix 2 cups of sweet rice flour with about 1 cup of coconut milk mixture. Adjusting until you are able to make a smooth dough.
Form small dough balls and press between a plastic bag or ziplock bag to prevent from sticking. This will create a flat circle.
Fill the middle of your dough circle with mango and fold over. Seal the edges.
Lightly dampen the outside of your dumplings with water and dip into sesame seeds.
On your greased and pre heated grill, lay down your dumplings. Close grill and allow it to cook until it just starts to brown. Making sure to retain chewiness of your dumplings. Remove.
Drizzle with coconut cream and enjoy!

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Peanut Sauce Recipe
-1/4 cups coconut milk
-1/3 cup peanut butter
-2 Tbl soy sauce
-1 Tbl Sambal or Spicy Pepper Paste
-Juice of Half Lime
-Grated Ginger to taste
(combine all ingredients in food processor)

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35 thoughts on “Getting Creative with the George Foreman Grill

  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    Tried the rice dumplings and failed. The texture was too gritty and it would not hold. Sucks….

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    Buy frozen potstickers and throw it in the foremangrill. Comes out nice and crispy!

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    My main kitchentool throughout my college years. The only other tool was my wafflemaker.

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    for anyone wondering the reverse breakfast rolls were beautiful, only downfall was i couldnt put as much filling as i wanted in however thats my own fault for being a fat bastard

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    I totally use my foreman grill to make Reuben wraps. In my case I coarsely chop corned beef/pastrami and throw it in a pan with shredded swiss and drained saurkraut. Then I fill a burrito wrap with the heated through mixture and add some russian/thousand island dressing, and toss it on a foreman grill to press it like a panini or grilled stuft burrito. So good.

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    Hate cheese with bacon or sausage and hate ketchup. I don't like vinegar and it's the only thing I can taste in the ketchup or any product that has it really. Weird exception goes to Dorito's Blaze chips which only have a hint of vinegar in them due to them having Jalapeno flavor in them but there's other stuff that that balance it out making it really good.

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    I take the little collection tray and poor it over my food if I eat anything off a foreman grill.

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    Was like man this is a great video.
    Then you lost me at Vegan…

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    This is pure genius! I’ve been wanting to clean the dust off of mine. As a single gal, this gives my more ways to not use that big energy guzzling stove. Thank you 😊

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    You always manage to find a way to make anything pretentious. They look incredibly bland even with your "presentation".

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    I've always felt the need to discredit anything endorsed by some public figure for money. Like Jordans. The Foreman grill smacks that idea in the face. Had mine for almost 20yrs now and still use that sucker about twice a week. Great product.

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    Hell its been years since I've seen bean sprouts in a store. I thought they stopped selling them because of contamination issues.

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    Man! I had a G.Foreman, this exact size!…..I'd cook mostly steak pieces for just me, & maybe a little onion & burgers. Always wanted to cook more stuff on it, but didn't even think of your ideas! …..NEVER thought of raising the front with the grease catcher! It always seemed a bit difficult for me to clean; was always thinking I was gonna get the heating element wet & goof something up, plus I lived in a motel & didn't want to use it so long as to set the smoke detector off… haha….I dropped my unit once & 1 leg broke off, but I was still able to use it; I propped up the 1 broken leg side with an ALTOID CAN. HA! After 3-4 years, I threw it away. Want to get a slighter bigger G.Foreman, with removeable plates for easier cleaning, & to cook bigger steaks, BUT! Would your tips & recipes here work on a bigger size unit?? Hey, THANKS!* REPLY, PLEASE????*

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    Have you tried using a Panini Grill instead of a George Foreman Grill?

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  • May 2, 2020 at 11:19 pm
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    It was almost called the hulk hogan grill but Hogan’s manager turned it down without telling him. He was not happy

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