Out of 25 Ratings

Owner's of the George Foreman Kitchen Grill GGR50B gave it a score of 4.0 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    4.12 out of 5
  • Durability

    4.08 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    4.0 out of 5
  • Performance

    4.08 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    3.92 out of 5
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How to Use George Foreman’s
Electric Barbeque Grill
1. Turn temperature control probe to OFF position and attach securely into
the probe receptacle.
2. Plug into 120V~ 60 Hz outlet. Align desired temperature setting with the
indicator light. Place Lid securely on Grill. Allow Barbeque Gill to preheat
to desired temperature for approximately 10 minutes. See cooking charts
or recipes for more details.
3. Carefully remove Lid and place food onto Grill, cover for most foods. Cook
until done, turning at least once halfway through cooking time for most
food. Adjust temperature as needed.
You can control the moisture of foods to some extent by opening or closing
the lid vent. Turn the Lid Handle/Vent clockwise to open the vent for drier
cooking. Turn the Lid Handle/Vent counter-clockwise to minimize the vent
opening to hold in moisture for moister meats. The light on the
Temperature Control Probe will cycle on and off as the thermostat
maintains the proper temperature. This is normal operation.
NOTE: Condensation may collect on the inside of the lid when cooking.
Use caution when removing lid.
4. When finished cooking, turn temperature control probe to OFF position.
The indicator light will go off. Unplug and allow to cool before
disassembling and cleaning. See User Maintenance Instructions.
NOTE: The temperature control probe may be turned to setting 1 to keep
foods warm for short periods of time.
Hints for Grilling
Use tender cuts of meat for grilling.
Marinate tougher cuts of meat to tenderize them before grilling.
To avoid drying out meat and fish, turn only once and do not pierce.
To turn meat and fish, use a large flat plastic or wooden spatula to support
the food.
Place meat or chicken to be roasted in a shallow baking pan. Do not cover
pan with a lid or foil. Using oven mitts, carefully place pan on preheated
Grill, taking care not to scratch the non-stick surface. Place Lid on the
Barbeque Grill.
NOTE: Just resting the baking container on top of the non-stick surface
will not damage it.
Use only plastic or wooden utensils on non-stick surface.
CAUTION: Because some countertop finishes are more affected by heat than
others, make sure countertop surface can withstand temperatures of 150°F to
prevent discoloration or other damage to the countertop surface.
CAUTION: Grill surfaces are hot during use. Allow Grill, Grease Tray, Lid and
Base to cool completely before handling and cleaning.