Are they good or do they suck for steaks. I'd imagine draining all the fat, as it claims to, would be counterproductive to cooking a good steak, but if you guys give favorable reviews i'll try it out. It would be super convenient.
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Yeah dont cook steaks on the foreman. heat up a pan on the stove and preheat your oven to 450. Spray the pan with olive oil when it gets hot, and sear the steak for 1 minute on each side. After this transfer it to the oven for ~6 minutes for a medium rare depending on the thickness of the steak. Take it out and let it sit for 3-5 minutes. Enjoy.Misc cologne crew
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i think the trick to george is trial and error, i just bought mine and tried cooking chicken but it turned out dry as hell....I also cooked a t-bone on it and the bone got in the way so the steak did not cook evenly....I have alot of buddies who cook everything on it, it has its uses but takes a little getting used to I think
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Just made a boneless new york strip steak on the George Foreman yesterday. Was delicious. Would eat again.Arnolds Six Rules of Success
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i remember eating a steak at my friend's house at about 13, we were hungry and it was 4am or something so we had to make our own food. it took probably 4-5 minutes and was delicious as fukk, i plan on buying a george forman myself.Want to save $100s on books each semester? -->http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=137815283&page=1
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The only thing I like cooking on a foreman is burgers and chicken. The foreman drains the burgers of a lot of fat so you have to season them well.
If you cook whole chicken breasts they turn out dry. If you plan on cutting the chicken after you grill it, cut the chicken first. When the chicken is cut into small pieces it cooks faster, more evenly, and is juicier.
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