With these George Foreman recipes, you can delight in your grilled meats and vegetables even when it’s freezing cold!
Who says you can only enjoy savory burgers and smoky barbecued meats in the summer?
What was introduced in the 90s as a sandwich machine has since evolved into a nifty indoor grill.
With a George Foreman on hand, you can cook your favorite summer entrees inside your home.
Whether it’s barbecued pork chops, chicken, or even shrimp, the sky’s the limit where this appliance is involved.
If you need a little inspiration, here are 17 recipes to start you off.
Let’s start this round-up with a bang, shall we? This recipe doesn’t exaggerate when it says it’s the best grilled chicken breasts!
Chicken breasts aren’t usually my cut of choice because they’re prone to drying out. But I have faith in this recipe. It’s never failed me, not even once.
Besides being surprisingly tender, juicy, and moist, these chicken breasts are bursting with flavor.
It’s all thanks to a simple blend of paprika, onion and garlic powders, oregano, and pepper.
Pork chops are another meat prone to drying out. But as long as you use your George Foreman grill, they’ll be more than fine.
These pork chops are ridiculously tender and juicy.
The seasonings are simple – just your regular salt and pepper. But don’t be fooled! As basic as the flavorings may be, these chops are beyond delightful.
They also only take 20 minutes to make, which makes them ideal for busy weeknights.
Here’s another grilled chicken recipe your whole family will love.
In this recipe, you’ll season boneless chicken breasts with just olive oil, salt, and pepper.
The simple blend of condiments ensures that the flavors of the chicken will really shine through.
It’s a very simple dish but one that’s full of flavor, and nutritious, to boot.
Because it doesn’t have overwhelming flavors, it goes amazing with a variety of sides. Chicken macaroni, potato salad, mac and cheese – you name it.
Lemon and garlic are a match made in heaven. This basic combination never fails to make anything taste out-of-this-world amazing!
Case in point – this grilled chicken. The flavor transformation these two give the humble bird deserves a standing ovation.
Serve this bright and zesty lemon garlic grilled chicken with rice for a hearty meal. Or, if you’re trying to cut back, it also goes well with any salad.
These quesadillas are bursting with grilled chicken, tomatoes, green onions, and ooey-gooey melty cheese.
Just the thought of them makes me happy. I’m the type who can eat quesadillas all day, every day!
Thanks to the George Foreman, making perfect quesadillas couldn’t be easier. Try them once and you’ll make them again and again.
Did you know that salmon only takes 10 minutes to cook? And I’m not talking about a basic salmon with no seasonings, here.
No, I’m talking restaurant-quality, special occasion-worthy grilled salmon.
Seasoned with paprika, garlic powder, and butter, and grilled to charred perfection, this salmon dish will make you want to eat less pork and beef and more fish.
Here’s another recipe that’ll get even the pickiest eaters to fall in love with fish.
All it takes is to flavor the fillets with a blend of Old Bay, paprika, parsley, olive oil, and lemon.
These basic seasonings will make any kind of fish irresistible, even to kids!
Serve it with roasted broccoli and rice for a healthy yet filling meal.
This collection of grilled recipes isn’t complete without hamburgers, is it? Say hello to these irresistibly juicy and tasty burger patties!
Flavored with Worcestershire, soy sauce, rosemary, dry onion soup mix, and shredded cheese, among many others, these patties are simply the bomb.
Garnish the burgers with your favorite toppings – onions, pickles, more cheese – you name it. But honestly, though, they’ll taste amazing even without.
Give your average steak a Polynesian twist for a much more flavorful meal!
These steaks get a beautiful marinade of soy sauce, garlic, and honey. You’ll love the contrasting sweet and salty flavors it gives the beef.
Don’t be intimidated by a different cuisine! This recipe only calls for four simple ingredients, and they’re all surely already in your kitchen.
Every day is a good day for grilled steak. How can anyone resist the goodness of a perfectly medium-rare sirloin?
It’s ridiculously tender, juicy, moist, and packed with savory and smoky flavors.
And did you know that it’s actually more ideal to cook steak indoors than outdoors?
With a charcoal grill, there’s a chance you’ll dry out the meat. But with a George Foreman, all the juices are sealed in.
This recipe teaches you how to grill a halibut perfectly. It’s a very simple dish, but it’s made extra special with grilled tomato and arugula salad.
Together, these two components create a colorful and flavorful meal.
What’s great about it is that you can cook both the fish and the tomatoes on the grill, so you won’t need any other appliance to get things done.
To me, the best way to cook shrimp is to grill it. No other kitchen appliance can flavor shrimp the way a grill does!
If you don’t believe me, these grilled shrimp kabobs will prove my point.
They’re already guaranteed delicious because of the sweet and salty marinade. But the grill gives them that extra charred, smoky oomph.
Chicken tenders are great whether pan-fried or baked, but have you tried grilling them? You definitely should!
Grilling gives the already-fantastic chicken tenders even more depth of flavor.
Plus, these tenders in particular get marinated in a sweet and spicy mixture of honey, olive oil, and hot sauce, so they’re even extra special than the usual.
I can’t say no to anything on a stick. Whether it’s fruits, vegetables, shrimp, or steak, you can’t go wrong with kebabs.
These kebabs are packed with moist and tender beef steak, bell peppers, and cherry tomatoes. The colors alone tell you they’ll be a hit.
All the components get bathed in a marinade of Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, red wine vinegar, olive oil, and garlic before they go into the grill.
Needless to say, the flavors are out of this world.
George Foreman isn’t just ideal for meats and savory entrees, but sweet breakfast toast, as well!
These French toasts are crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Every bite is kissed with the perfect blend of sugar and cinnamon.
Instead of the usual stovetop, why not cook your French toast on the grill?
Not only is it super easy, but also creates a wonderful char on the outside of the toasts.
Have you ever tried Filipino food yet? If not, you’re missing out, my friend! What are you waiting for?
Start exploring this amazing Asian cuisine with this grilled chicken recipe.
Flavored with a marinade of apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, soy sauce, sugar, and Filipino spices, this grilled chicken is nothing short of savory perfection.
There’s no need to marinate for hours. Just 30 minutes is all the chicken to absorb all the flavors.
The average slider patties are already amazing. Just imagine how much more delectable they’ll be if you add blue cheese into the mix!
Blue cheese is a polarizing moldy cheese with a sharp, pungent flavor. If you’re a fan, you’ll surely fall in love with these sliders.
Instead of just the typical ground beef, crumbles of blue cheese are mixed with the patties to create a wonderful contrast of flavors.
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