Personally, I’m not the biggest fan of electric grills. Grilling purist would certainly agree that the flavor you get with charcoal or gas is much better than electric. That doesn’t mean that electric grills don’t have a place in your home. Electric grills offer a convenience that gas grills can’t match, and charcoal grills are anything but convenient.
The George Foreman GFO201R is a small grill. It has 200 square inches of cooking space. It measures 9.1 x 24 x 12.1 inches, and weighs just 16.5 pounds. The surface features “George tough” nonstick coating.
Another benefit of using an electric grill as an alternative to other grills is that the clean-up is ridiculously simple. You just use soap and water and wipe it down the grill surface with a non-abrasive rag or sponge.
The stand is removable. That means that you can easily sit your Foreman grill on the countertop when grilling indoors. When outdoors you can choose to attach the stand. This gives the George Foreman GFO201R more flexibility over other electric grills.
Although the George Foreman GFO201R is small, it still has enough space for up to 12 servings. In reality you would probably have to play around with it yourself to determine how many servings of different types of food can fit on your grill. This grill would be okay for small families, maybe 2-4. I wouldn’t host a summer party with this grill though.
Health is the backbone of the George Foreman GFO201R electric grill and electric grills in general. You’ve seen the infomercials that demonstrate how much oil drains out of the food. This is definitely a huge benefit. I have a tiny early model Foreman grill, and the amount of oil that drains out of your food is amazing. This is surefire way to cut out unnecessary calories.
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