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George Foreman Grill (GFG) Recipes - Fish (Salmon)


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Hi all,

So I was browsing around, seems like some ppl were asking for George Foreman Grill (GFG) Recipes.  I just wanted to share with you guys some great recipes (of course i'd say that...hahaha).

Fish (Salmon)

  1. Clean, Rinse and Pat dry with Paper Towel
  2. Drizzle with Lemon Juice
  3. Sprinkle 'Caribbean All Purpose Spice'*
  4. Set GFG on Med and cook till fish is flaky (about 15~ 20min)

* Check your spice section, this is readily available in any major supermarket (international/spice section, the one I use is GRACE BRAND).  Basically this is all purpose spice with salt, pepper, garlic...etc, etc.

ENJOY :)

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If you're using a Foreman grill with fish, the smell sorta sticks no matter how much you scrub. I assume if you have removable plates, this would be easier to deal with, but since I just have a regular one I will get parchment paper from either the baking section or the ziplock baggie section of the grocery store, and cook my fish in that. It helps to seal in the juices and as long as you've folded it artfully, most of the steam won't escape and the juices won't leak all over your grill. Helps for a quick cleanup, and less fishy smell on your grill!

Has anyone else cooked with parchment paper? Do you have tips for cleaning your Foreman grill?

Original Post by sheeoni:

If you're using a Foreman grill with fish, the smell sorta sticks no matter how much you scrub. I assume if you have removable plates, this would be easier to deal with, but since I just have a regular one I will get parchment paper from either the baking section or the ziplock baggie section of the grocery store, and cook my fish in that. It helps to seal in the juices and as long as you've folded it artfully, most of the steam won't escape and the juices won't leak all over your grill. Helps for a quick cleanup, and less fishy smell on your grill!

Has anyone else cooked with parchment paper? Do you have tips for cleaning your Foreman grill?

 Hi Sheeoni,

I think i know what you're talking about.  The model i have is with removable plate and i understand your model does not have temperature control as well.

With my model, if you set the temp at 'MED'.  You do not loose too much moisture.

-Monk

Oh WOW, I never thought of using the parchment paper in the Foreman grill!!! 

Mine is losing it's non-stick coating, and is a real pain to clean.  I have been toying with the idea of replacing it, but the parchment paper idea sounds great!

(yeah, I don't have removable plates, or temp control on mine..... maybe another reason to upgrade).

I threw my old, small one out because it was impossible to really clean.  The removeable plates would really help.  I guess I'm going shopping!

Hi Sheeoni!

I use parchment paper in a frying pan and underneath anything I bake or roast in the oven or toaster oven.  You don't need butter or oil.  I got the tip from one of those super market demo ladies. 

I never thought of trying in my grill and now have to try it.  Thank you for that tip!

Thank you for the recipe.  It seems so easy.

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