These George Foreman grill recipes are designed for any indoor contact grill (it doesn't have to be a George Foreman brand). The beauty of all of these recipes is that they cook quickly and require very little prep work, making them ideal for busy weeknight cooking. These recipes are also perfect for teaching kids to cook, because you can put the indoor grill on any surface, allowing kids to reach it easily, and they don't have to put their hands near a stove or in the oven (although the... grilling surface is hot, so young children will still need help).
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01 of 05
Paninis are one of my favorite things to make on a George Foreman grill (compare prices). It's so much cheaper than a panini press, yet it cooks just as well. This chicken panini is made with a combination of ingredients that is a delight to the palate: salty bacon, creamy cheese, savory pesto and tender chicken, all enrobed in a crunchy toasted bread crust.
02 of 05
Roast Beef Wrap Sandwiches Recipe
Most wraps are about the filling and the wrapping is an afterthought (because it isn't very tasty). This roast beef wrap is tasty through and through because it is grilled on the George Foreman. The result is a crispy outer crust and a meaty filling with gooey cheese. These wraps can be served hot or cold. To pack in the kids school lunches, just let the wraps cool completely, then put in an ice pack in their lunch boxes.
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04 of 05
This grilled chicken recipe is soaked in a lemon garlic marinade, then grilled on an indoor grill, resulting in a juicy, tender chicken that's perfect for busy weeknights.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
05 of 05
Vegetables taste great on an indoor contact grill, and this recipe takes only minutes to prepare. Fresh broccoli florets are marinated, then grilled quickly and topped with fresh grated parmesan cheese. Does it get any better?