One of the big steps forward for the George Foreman line of kitchen electric grills is the George Foreman Next Grilleration grills for indoor cooking.
Some of the unique features of these barbeque grills include improved versions of the typical George Foreman grill, such as an electric source, small size, slanted and raised surface, double-sided nonstick and scratch-proof contact grill plates, easier cleanup and maintenance, and a drip tray for healthier, hassle-free cooking.
The George Foreman Next Grilleration products are largely targeted towards barbecue customers who are looking for an improvement or upgrade from their current electric grills, perhaps as an indoor grill griddle.
The two most highly rated products in this line are the George Foreman GRP90WGR and the George Foreman GRP4 Next Grilleration. These electric barbeque grills are marketed not only as food cookers for conventional grilled items (such as hamburgers, pork chops, beef, chicken, etc) but also for making snacks, such as waffles, pancakes, sandwiches, and Paninis.
This one definitely tops the list of bestsellers.
The GRP90WGR has five removable grill plates for waffles and pancakes in addition to more traditional grilled items. It also has a higher cooking capacity than most other indoor devices in the Foreman grilling machine line, and the heat source delivers an even heating along the entire cooking surface. Part of what makes this unit stand out is that it offers full temperature control to satisfy even the savviest chef.
Plus, the surface is a triple-coated, scratch-resistant and nonstick for easier cleaning than compared to models from brands like Meco, Masterbuilt, Char-broil or Brinkman. One particularly praised aspect of this product is the fact that with the removable plates, it can be used as a quick indoor griddle for breakfast. It comes cheaply at under $100 cost.
Consumers did find that the entire grill is dishwasher safe, which means you have to clean some grill parts by hand. Removable grill plates are pretty easy to clean, though. Also, the GRP90WGR is larger and more expensive than many other George Foreman electric grills. Additionally, consumers have complained that the nonstick surface gradually erodes with repeated use, meaning that older models become more difficult to clean and maintain than newer ones, which ads to your initial cost.
A little cheaper than the top rated GRP90WGR.
This second best-selling product is a small, portable grill that comes with removable Panini grill plates. Buyer reviews indicate that the best role for the GRP4 is in making pressed and grilled sandwiches and Panini. Plus, the grill costs the same as other Panini grills, yet is capable of more than just making sandwiches.
Consumers have complained, however, that the GRP4 does not get hot enough to grill properly, even when left to heat up for few minutes. Other customers have claimed that even when it does get hot enough to make Paninis, it takes 10 minutes of warming up time rather than the 5-7 minutes as advertised and recommended by the company.
On the whole, though, most customer reviews are in favor of the GRP4 as a Panini grill or as an indoor grill griddle.
These two products - the GRP90WGR and the GRP4 - are both largely recommended by the majority of owner reviews found online. They are praised for quick, efficient electric cooking for indoors, and represent both ends of the price spectrum - from the inexpensive to the more costly. The GRP4 model does have difficulty with properly heating food, but overall, current customers will notice improvements from older models that are worth having with George Foreman Next Grilleration electric grills.
If you want to enjoy the lean mean fat reducing grilling of George Foreman machine both indoors and outdoors, then their line of George Foreman Indoor Outdoor Countertop Grills also come highly recommended by users.