George Foreman Grilling Tips Charts and Recipes

Sirloin Steak and Corn Salad. Linda Larsen

The dual contact indoor grill, more commonly known as the George Foreman grill because that was the first brand, is easy to use. It saves time because you don't have to turn the food to cook on each side; it cooks both sides at the same time! And this speed also helps keep meat moist, since it is on the grill for less time.

Still, you need to know how long foods cook on the grill because opening and closing it to check will waste heat and slow down the cooking process, which defeats the whole purpose of this appliance.

Enjoy using this fabulous appliance to make delicious and easy grilled recipes.

Meat Grilling Charts

Do you know how long you should cook fish fillets, fish steaks, sausages, pork chops, and chicken breasts on this appliance? Find out cooking times, the appropriate thickness of the meat, and safe final temperatures.

Fruits and Vegetable Grilling Charts

Learn how to slice and cook everything from asparagus to tomatoes to potatoes in this handy chart. Print it out and keep it inside your pantry door.

Indoor Grill Recipes

These wonderful tips will help you get more out of your grill. And find some fabulous recipes too, such as Grilled Salmon Sandwiches and Southwest Pork Loin.

More Indoor Grill Recipes

Great recipes for the indoor grill are included, such as Angel S'Mores, Grilled Steak and Mushroom Skewers, and Grilled Sirloin Steak and Corn Salad.

Top 10 Indoor Grill Recipes

These are the ten best recipes for this wonderful appliance such as Southwest Pork Tenderloin and Grilled Creamy Roast Beef Sandwiches.