How to Clean a George Foreman Grill?


After cooking on your George Foreman grill, use the spatulas provided to remove any excess oils and food from the grill surface. Unplug the machine and place a moist paper towel between the grates for about 30 minutes. They make special sponges for these grills but if you don't have one you can use a cloth or your own sponge, just don't use an abrasive or scrubby sponge, it will wear off your non stick surface. Use a wet cloth or sponge with warm soapy water to wipe off anything left on the grill and wipe it clean and dry with paper towels. Let the grill air dry completely before closing it and putting it away. The grill cleans easiest when it is still warm.
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1. Unplug your George Foreman grill and while it is still hot put a wet paper towel in it and close it. 2. Eat your meal or wait about 30 minutes. Using oven mitts, wipe the grill
Use the plastic spatula that comes with the George Foreman grill to scrape
1 Before plugging in and heating up the George Foreman Grill, grab a couple of magazines, a block of wood, a thick cutting board, or SOMETHING approximateley one to 1 .5 inches thick
Ideally you should clean it after every use. The fat that is grilled out of the meat is a bacteria wonderland. However how many uses before cleaning would really depend on how often
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How to Clean a George Foreman Grill
The George Foreman grill is one of the greatest inventions for cooking healthy foods. The food is grilled perfectly and the fat is removed. When it comes to cleaning them though, that is a different story. Follow these steps to learn how to effectively... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
The newer George Forman grills have plates that come right off and can be washed in the dishwasher. If you have an older one, wipe it off with a damp paper towel while it is still warm, not hot.
Cleaning a George Foreman grill is easy. First, make sure the grill is still hot. Then using a wet sponge or rag, wipe with soapy water.
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