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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

George Foreman Grill Review and Recipe!

I've been a fan of the George Foreman Grill for many many years.  We bought one about 4 years ago and it still works great.  It's so easy to make burgers and grill chicken, and I love that it removes the fat out of the meat.
Recently I was chosen to review the George Foreman Removable-Plate Grill.  I was excited to review this grill because the plates come off, making clean up easier.  The George Foreman Removable-Plate Grill has a non-stick coating which eliminates the need for oil or butter, and just like the original George Foreman grill, it removes the fat.  Having the removable plates is a huge plus!  With my older grill I would have to clean it up right away or the food would harden and get stuck, but with this grill I can let the plates soak in hot water.  It's so much easier to clean!

"The George Foreman Grill: Show Us Your Grill Skill Recipe Contest"

As part of my review I was asked to include an original recipe using the grill.  I created the:
"Crispy Doritos Chicken Strips."



Ingredients:
  • Doritos Taco Flavor Chips
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Egg
  • Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
  • Panko Bread Crumbs (not pictured)
 Preparation:
Finely crush the Doritos Taco Flavor chips.  About a cup of crushed chips will do, although you may need more if you plan to make a lot of chicken.  It's a good idea to crush them in a food processor, but you can also do it by hand.  Mix a half a cup of Panko bread crumbs into the crushed chips. 
 
Wrap chicken breasts in plastic wrap and pound them until they are about half an inch thick.  Once they have been pounded, slice the breasts into strips.  Season them with salt and pepper.  
 
Turn on the grill so that it will be hot and ready before cooking.  Dip the chicken strips into the egg, then dip them into the Doritios/Panko bread crumb mix and put them on the George Foreman Grill.   Leave them on for approximately 10 minutes.  Cooking time will vary depending on the thickness of the chicken strips. 
Enjoy the chicken strips with your favorite dipping sauce!

Disclaimer:  I received a George Foreman Grill for review purposes only.  No monetary compensation was given and all opinions are my own.  I created this recipe and will be included in a contest, with the possibility of winning a gift card.

Vicky

6 comments:

  1. We have this grill, but I haven't tried any recipes with Doritos. Sounds like a fun recipe that my family would like.

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  2. I don't own one of these but always thought they would be so nice since it is just my husband and myself at home now.

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  3. Wow, never heard of using Doritos like this! I love Doritos, so this would be something to try for sure. We use the grill for everything!

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  4. I love your recipe and I'm going to try it with my kids. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. We actually have two Foreman grills, a smaller and larger model. We use them all the time!

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  6. I have two Foremans as well. My husband is always using them

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