Foreman Grill Crew: just got one

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  1. Filmboy44

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    :hsd:

    Since the grilling outdoors season is coming to an end in a couple of months I figured that I'd get on the foreman and get used to it while I had the chance

    :hsughw: I slapped on 2 frozen to the core chicken breasts and they were done in 11 minutes...but they didn't look like teh grill :hs:

    am I ok? As long as its white all the way through I'm good to go right?
     
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    They were FROZEN TO THE CORE tho :hs:
     
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    I always cook frozen shit on there. You could always just defrost it in teh microwave for a few minutes though :dunno:
     
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    I hate cooking frozen chicken on my foreman it always comes out rubbery :barf: , I just set out a breast or two in the morning and by dinner time they are defrosted and ready to cook.

    :love: Foreman
     
  6. Filmboy44

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    yeah, ok...I'll do that then. Set it out for th day and come back at night to cook it


    its fast as shit
     
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    I read it the first time, don't act all superbri on us, you're not gonna die, just eat them
     
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    what size did you get?
     
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    its a small silver one. It says it can cook 4 hamburger patties.

    Its perfect for 2 breasts and some sliced green peppers for roasting :yum:
     
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    Thats the one I have and I love it. When the breasts are defrosted it takes like 3 minutes to cook :eek3:
     
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    that's probably the same size i have

    you've inspired me

    i think i'm gonna cook some hot links when i get home to throw in my spaghetti tonight :yum:
     
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    yeah I'll bet. Usually takes me about 40 minutes to grill the frozen breasts on my grill outside. So when the instructions said 9 minutes and "not to leave the grill unattented" I sat there like this :noes: the entire time...
     
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    how do you tell when they're done (other than cutting them open)?
     
  14. Filmboy44

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    dawt.

    at least thats how I did it.
     
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    Ive never tended to the grill while cooking something on it, at least not the entire time,i just check it every 5 minutes or so
     
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    what is this foreman grill?
    i been living in a cave...
     
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    :hyper::hsughw:
     
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    Hi my name is Sal ... Sal Monella, nice to meet you.
     
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    setting chicken out all day is a bad idea.

    Also, kohl's has a foreman grill for $40 tomorrow, and you get a free microwave...
     
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    Thats how its been done my entire life, and I have yet to get Salmonella.

    1.Put Frozen Breast on Plate
    2.Cover plate in Saran Wrap
    3.Leave on counter for couple of Hours
    4.Put in Fridge
    5.$$$$
    6.Profit?
     
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    :cool:

    I flip my meat so it's not overly done on one side :)
     
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    I feel that when it's frozen it cooks the outside real hard but doesn't touch inside

    pisses me off

    but de-thawed chicken is ok
     
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    hamilton meal express > george foreman grill
     
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