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George Foreman Evolve Grill

by TerriAnn

Grills/panini makers are amazing inventions but not all are built the same. The George Foreman Evolve Grill is, as its name states, the next generation of healthy yet tasty cooking.

This grill has many features that sets it apart from the standard indoor grill. It has a patented slope which can be used while cooking meat to drain any fat. Removable plates are dishwasher safe and the non-stick coating allows for oil-free cooking. I like the digital temperature control and timer as well. This grill has all this and a nice size cooking surface.

So far I’ve cooked chicken, tuna, grilled cheese sandwiches, quesadillas, and brownies. Brownies?! Yes, one of the removable plates included with my grill was a baking pan.

They turned out just like they would have in the oven, but without heating the whole house and pre-heating for 15 minutes. It was 5 minutes to preheat and 20 minutes cooking, done and perfect. Tomorrow I plan on using the slider insert to make mini turkey burgers.

Several other pans can be purchased separately:

  • Griddle plate
  • Cupcake/muffin plate
  • Omelet plates (2)
  • Waffle plate

Using an Evolve Grill is so much easier than pulling out your old skillet and firing up the stove. Plus, cooking times are halved with both sides being cooked at the same time. I am really hoping to get the additional plates as well, especially the muffin plate and the omelet plate. With such a versatile appliance there’s no end to the delicious meals you can create, minus excess oil and fat.

Disclosure: I was provided with a George Foreman Evolve Grill via Family Review Network & George Foreman Healthy Cooking at no cost in order to facilitate the review. The opinions expressed here are 100% my honest opinion.

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Leanna M September 13, 2010 - 10:30 am

I like the temp control. The grill I’m currently using doesn’t have this feature & is oftentimes too hot for the item I’m cooking!

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Becky March 18, 2011 - 12:05 pm

How are the grill pans now that you have had this for awhile? Is it better than their previous ones where they wear off and have bits of the “non” stick in your food?

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