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George Foreman GRP4842MB Multi-Plate Evolve Grill, (Ceramic Grilling Plates, and Waffle Plates Included), Black

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$189.99

Delivery time 10-15 day. View detail
Package price in Cambodia $189.99
Price after tax in US $104.39
Shipping weight 9.187 kg
Clearance cost $14.93
Shipping cost to Cambodia $160.62
Discount $89.95
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3-in-1: Grill, Panini, Waffle- The Evolve Grill System offers a range of cooking options. Use the ceramic grill plates to make delicious meals featuring chicken, steak, burgers, or veggies. Or put the finishing touches on a Panini or grilled sandwich. 500 Searing Burst- A high-heat searing burst raises the temperature of the grill to 500 for 90 seconds to give you restaurant-quality results at home. Adjustable Cooking Angle & 2 waffle plates Digital Control Panel- The digital control panel clearly displays the cooking time and grill temperature, which ranges from 325-450, plus the 500 searing burst. The buttons are level with the grill exterior, making the surface easy to wipe clean. Advanced Ceramic Coating- The premium grill plates are covered with a multilayer, nonstick ceramic coating that simplifies cleanup and reduces the need for excess oil and butter. The plates are PTFE- and PFOA-free. Removable Plates- The grill plates are completely removable and dishwasher-safe. Cool-touch release features make it easy to handle the plates even if they're still warm. Adjustable Cooking Angle & 2 waffle plates

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3-in-1: Grill, Panini, Waffle- The Evolve Grill System offers a range of cooking options. Use the ceramic grill plates to make delicious meals featuring chicken, steak, burgers, or veggies. Or put the finishing touches on a Panini or grilled sandwich.

500 Searing Burst- A high-heat searing burst raises the temperature of the grill to 500 for 90 seconds to give you restaurant-quality results at home. Adjustable Cooking Angle & 2 waffle plates

Digital Control Panel- The digital control panel clearly displays the cooking time and grill temperature, which ranges from 325-450, plus the 500 searing burst. The buttons are level with the grill exterior, making the surface easy to wipe clean.

Advanced Ceramic Coating- The premium grill plates are covered with a multilayer, nonstick ceramic coating that simplifies cleanup and reduces the need for excess oil and butter. The plates are PTFE- and PFOA-free.

Removable Plates- The grill plates are completely removable and dishwasher-safe. Cool-touch release features make it easy to handle the plates even if they're still warm. Adjustable Cooking Angle & 2 waffle plates

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Product Dimensions11 x 16.2 x 14.1 inches; 6 pounds
Shipping Weight16.9 pounds
ASINB01B7D45LI
UPC027043995049
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Item model numberGRP4842MB
The rating and comments
This grill is super versatile, I teach a cooking class with kids ...
By Alohamora11 on January 22, 2015
The George Foreman Grill prepares healthy reduced fat meals in minutes using easy to clean fixed plates. A spacious 100 sq. in. grill with convenient top mounted digital timer and temperature control gives you precise and consistent results time after time. Dishwasher safe removable plates ensure no fuss clean-up.
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Very Nice Grill
By James on May 03, 2015
This grill is super versatile, I teach a cooking class with kids between the ages of 7-13 in a school so we have tested it 3 days a week for the last 2 months. We have baked cookies on this (in the muffin tin) have fried chicken, fried plantains, burgers, meatballs, veggie sauté, spaghetti, and a whole bunch of other things.

The only con is that handling the grill gets a little too hot, we haven't had any problems how ever with anyone getting burned. I just wish the hinges to close the grill lids were sturdier.
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Ceramic Plates Are Bad On This
By Edward H Sherman on April 12, 2015
Just received my new George Foreman Evolve yesterday and I must say so far I am very pleased. I purchased the new grill to replace a much older model which had burned out literally bright light and all. I probably could have fixed it, but why bother? Anyway I had a couple of Costco's chicken breast marinating in the fridge when my new grill arrived so I started grilling right out of the box. Temp 400, sear and grill for 9 min, put in closed container to let it finish cooking. Yes I know, some reviewers will assume the old grill was better because all you had to do was close the lid and eventually you got it right, but one thing you never could cook on the old grill is "Jiffy Cornbread" which I perfectly cooked on my new grill today. Simply follow directions on the box. Mine was done in 15 min at 400. Didn't even preheat the second bunch and it was done in 15 min as well.

The grill bakes brownies just as well and these are the easiest, tastiest I've found so far...Ghirardelli Chocolate Triple Fudge Brownie Mix, 19-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 12) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00F94XR4S/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_4oowvb1HTF51M
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Yep, the grill has definitely evolved!
By Susan on February 17, 2015
Overall this is a good grill, but the Ceramic Plates have issues. After about 10 uses, the top ceramic plate is no longer non stick and I can't get it clean at all. The bottom plate is fine, but the top plate has completely failed. I do a lot of searing so my thoughts are that might of damaged the top plate. I have always followed the directions of cleaning the plates, and like I said the bottom plate has no problems at all. I have attached a pictures of the top plate after trying to clean it for 5-10 min.
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So dissapointed
By mary c on January 11, 2017
We have had our share of George Foreman grills, from the Champ Grill and Jumbo Size Grill in 2004, to three with removable plates, to the indoor/outdoor grill in 2007 (I looked up our 6 Amazon orders). But this one really delivers the one-two punch (my hubby wanted me to put that in; boxing fans would get it). ;-)

The others with removable grill plates were supposedly easy to clean, but I remember especially on the indoor/outdoor grill that I had to scrub and scrub to get them clean, so much so that it was almost not worth it. The grill plates on this one are SO EASY they practically clean themselves! All I have to do is rinse them off in the sink and use a sponge to get off the excess and voila; it's done! Or you can put them in the dishwasher (ours only gets used about once a month just to make sure it still works).

I'm not a cook and we usually eat out, but since having this 2-in-1 Evolve Grill we've been eating at home more often. Plus my hubby usually has a sandwich during the evening and previously we bought lunchmeat with who knows what in it. Now I've been cooking chicken breasts about once a week; eating some for dinner and saving the rest for sandwiches. I've been using the searing option that cooks the meat at 500 degrees for 90 seconds and then lowers the temp to 350. You can set the temperature and the time so it will beep when done. I turn on the vent fan above the stove, even though there's little or no smoke. I've also made waffles a few times and they're delicious and don't stick to the plates even though I don't use cooking spray (they're really huge waffles too). This grill is getting used so much it hasn't moved from our countertop stove.

Here's some things I've learned, hopefully:
1. Cut the chicken breast (or whatever meat) so it's not too thick and it will cook quicker.
2. Make sure you put the grease pan underneath (very important!).
3. Raise the angle of the grill when cooking meat so the grease slides into that grease pan underneath.
3. Don't pour in too much waffle mix because it will overflow through the back and make a horrible mess
(sigh...)
4. Make sure you put in the grill plates BEFORE heating up the grill. Geeze, I just made chicken tonight and
guess what, opened the grill to put on the chicken and no grill plates so had to unplug it and start over...
(this wasn't the first time I pulled that trick).

The grill definitely has evolved since the earlier ones we started buying over 10 years ago. This is the best one yet and cleanup is a snap; yay! My hubby tells me he likes my grilled chicken and would even stay home to have it instead of eating out. :-)
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NOT HAPPY!!
By Lisa j. on December 28, 2016
I really loved this grill when I purchased it less than a year ago. I even purchased all the available accessories such as waffle plates etc. My issue is with the ceramic grill plates. In the beginning these were so good now everything sticks even bacon! I have always washed by hand never put in dishwasher. I made some burgers today for lunch and oiled the grill and oiled the burgers because everything is sticking lately (the idea was to have less fat not more but I digress...). After two or three minutes I tried to open the lid to check the burgers, the burgers ripped apart leaving part of the burger on the top and part on the bottom of the grill. I oiled the grill plates and added extra oil on both sides of the burgers, this is totally unacceptable! Come on George what's up with these ceramic plates!
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Best George Foreman Grill So Far!
By AuRebel on November 24, 2014
After having a Foreman grill for over 10 years that I loved, I bought this one when the last one finally died. I am a NOT a happy camper! I have had it less than a month, used a handful of times and it's in terrible condition. The porcelain is cracking off the plates and into my food. The heating element only works in the very center so you can only cook one thing from right in the middle. I'm so upset. I plan to contact the company and see what they'll do. Might try amazon replacement but I'm just super frustrated.
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I love my George Forman Grill (GFG) .. I use it every single day.
By Larry W. on November 03, 2016
Wow I love this grill, Its a little pricey but you get what you pay for right. I was torn between the George Foreman GRP4842P 2-in-1 Evolve Grill or the Cuisinart GR-4N 5-in-1 Griddler. I'm happy that I choose this George Foreman. Very easy to use, just plug it in click the power button and wait for the beep that sounds when it comes up to temperature, set your timer and your good to go. A good sized boneless, skinless chicken breast cooked at 350 F in 12 minutes, nice sear marks and juicy. I cooked it with the plates level and had garlic, onion and bell peppers grilling on the side which was nice not to have the veggies try to fall out the front.

Pro's:
Ceramic grill plates (They don't recommend cooking spray)
Comes with waffle plates
Has a Sear option at 500 F
Adjustable Timer
Adjustable Temperature
Removable plates
Can make plates level so food don't slide forward.
Easy clean up

Cons: Just the price lol. but its worth it.

I'm very happy with my purchase and have to say in my opinion it is by far the best George Foreman grill I've ever used. I wouldn't hesitate to buy for gifts or replace if needed. Want a good grill look no further!
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Save your money
By Hooked on Travel on May 30, 2017
I ordered the GFG because of it's versatility, and I have really enjoyed it. However, the reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is the hinges. They are self adjusting which is a problem, unless you hold the lid very carefully when closing. When closing, the lid will push the food forward because of the way the hinges float. I wish they would have been adjustable rather than self adjusting. I'm sure it would work well with a steak, but I'm a vegetarian, so I'll never experience that ... but for a sandwich, it will push the bread off the top and/or push the sandwich to the front.

Note, with the griddle pan or baking pan on the bottom and the grill on the top, it solves this problem with sandwiches because of the depth and the lip on the plates.

The omelette plates are my favorite. What a cool idea, however the bottom plate is deeper than the top plate, so you're quite limited how much you can put in the omelette. Not a huge problem, but a small flaw in the design.

The plates clean extremely easy. Sometimes I just wipe with a wet cloth or paper towel. The non stick is amazing.

So far I have cooked Pressed Sandwiches, Waffles, Omelettes, Cinnamon Rolls and Wedge Potatoes in the baking plate. It's like a small toaster oven. It's amazing. I plan to try Pizza, Tortillas, and a Pineapple Upside Down Cake for my next projects.

I have no regrets, and I'd buy it again. Compared to the other similar products on the market, this was the best buy for the money.

Larry
Orlando, Fl
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... you're a true George Forman appliance owner I would recommend the "Evolve"
By Carlos B. on August 29, 2016
I had high hopes for this product but quickly became disappointed with it. The grill plates are supposed to be nonstick - they are not. Even though you could remove the plates for cleaning, everything stuck to them. I called the company and explained the problem, they quickly sent replacements which also had issues with sticking. Not sure if they had a defective batch of the nonstick coating but this was a real problem that I was not willing to accept. I once again called the company and was refunded my money in full- I would give the customer service 5 stars for their assistance with this product. In regards to attachments - the muffin tin was o.k. and the flat platter for baking cookies and such was also o.k. - your better off using your oven if you have one.
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