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The George Foreman 360 grill
can replace a lot of pans and other kitchen appliances. It’s perfect for a large family and a kitchen with ample counter space. With this grill you can make a lot of different dishes without getting every pot and pan in cupboards dirty.
What can you make on it? Is it easy to use and clean? The answers to these questions are why I bought the GF 360 grill and use it practically every day.
What Do You Get?
Your first impression of the George Foreman 360 Grill when it arrives will be, “wholly heck this thing is huge!”
Yeah, it is. But consider this. It can replace your:
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- waffle iron
- pizza pan
- outdoor grill
- broiler pan
- frying pans
- quesadilla maker
- roasting pans
Unpack the box and you’ll be as impresses as I was with everything you get for less than a $100. The grill comes with:
- 2 standard grill plates
- 2 quesadilla plates
- 1 deep dish grill plate
- 2 plastic spatulas
- 1 plastic drip tray
With all this there are endless cooking options. The grill plates are removable and dishwasher safe making clean up easy when you’re done cooking.
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With this grill you can make my kids’ favorite, quesadillas. Parents know in kid time a meal that takes 10 minutes to prepare seems like an hour to them so being able to whip them up in about five minutes keeps the hungry horde from turning on you.
Brush you tortillas with some butter and place on the preheated quesadilla plates. The adjustable temperature control on the front of the unit is a nice feature to help you avoid burning things (‘cause what busy parent isn’t distracted). Slide it to medium while you prep your fillings and when the ready light comes on you are go for crispy, chewy, cheesy quesadillas in about five minutes depending on how much you stuff into them.
SInce you don’t have to flip the quesadilla, there is no risk of the chicken or onions sliding out or cheese dripping everywhere. The non-stick coating lets the perfectly cooked kid favorite slide right out of the grill and onto a plate. Ole!
Who Wants Pizza?
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Pizza is too easy on this grill. Put in the deep dish grill plate, turn up the temperature to high and then brush a little olive oil all over the pizza dough. Put in in, add toppings and close the lid. The handle juts out from the grill so it stays cool and the floating hinge on the back allows you to cook thicker cuts of meat or a pizza.
The crust will be crispy, the cheese and toppings cooked to perfection and it’s done cooking in half the time it would take to heat a frozen pizza in the oven.
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Probably one of the best reasons to buy this grill is the removable plates. It makes cleaning up so much easier. The triple non-stick coating means very little gets stuck to the grill plates and anything that does can be scraped right off with the plastic spatulas that come with it.
You can set the grill base at an angle for grilling meats and the grease will drain down into the drip catcher instead of pooling up and soaking your bacon in its own fat juices. The catch tray is dishwasher safe, too.
Who Would I Recommend The GF 360 Grill To?
As I mentioned before, this grill is pretty big. It has 106 inches of cooking space and the handle sticks out from the unit so it stays cool, but that means it needs lots of counter space. You can push it back under the cabinets, but it probably won’t fit beneath them and fully open, so I don’t recommend this model grill for smaller kitchens with limited counter space.
If you have lots of counter and cupboard space (and you will have more once you get rid of the waffle maker, electric skillet, quesadilla maker and pizza pans) then this will add a nice pop of red color to your decor and you will wonder how you ever managed without it.
Any family with a couple of kids would benefit from this George Foreman grill. You can whip up pizza, quesadillas, toasted cheese sandwiches, pancakes, and sliders in no time. These are all my kids’ favorites. Another added bonus is, when you grill vegetables on it, they tend to go over bigger with the smaller set in your household.
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I grill zucchini and summer squash slices, asparagus and even broccoli on my George Foreman 360 and they get crispy and hot with cool grill marks instead of soggy.
If you like to host parties and have lots of friends over, this grill is great because it cooks so much at once. Being able to adjust the temperature means less chance of burning the food and clean up afterwards is easy. Just put the grill plates in the dishwasher.
George Foreman 360 Grill (GRP106QPGR) Review
We simply love the many uses this grill has. Don't let the pictures fool you - it's quite big, but if you have the space, this is a great addition to any diverse family with different tastes and likes out there. We give it our 100% recommendation!
The 360 grill comes with a sticker on the lid. Remove this before you turn it on for the first time or you will have a stinky gooey mess (trust me, I know!). I guess from reading other reviews the best thing to do is use a blow dryer to melt the glue and it will come right off.
Make sure you secure the grill plates on correctly. If you don’t, you risk a hot grill plate falling out of the top of the unit when you open it. They are easy to get on and off, but if they are off center, one side won’t catch. That’s a recipe for a nasty crash and burn (again, trust me on this).
Make sure the grill is level before you attempt to make pancakes on it. Otherwise you will pour batter onto the grill plate and it will all run down and pool up in one place. There is no way to salvage your batter and you’ll have to start over by turning off the grill, waiting for it to cool, cleaning off the mess and reheating the grill plate. Just check that the little lever on the back is not set at an angle unless you are grilling meats.
Aside from that, you will not be unhappy with your George Foreman 360 grill and your family will think you are the best cook in the world.