How to grill fish on a George Foreman grill

Updated February 21, 2017

George Foreman indoor grills cook from both the top and the bottom and also have a unique slanted body, which causes fat to drip down the grill and away from your food. Since food is grilled from both sides, it takes less time to cook than with a traditional grill. Most thin, light meats such as fish can be fully cooked in just a few minutes. In order to get the best results, you need to know the correct grilling time.

Put the George Foreman grill on a flat surface, plug it in and turn it on. Let the device preheat for five to 10 minutes.

Add your favourite spices, herbs or seasoning to the fish while the grill warms up. The flavour will be infused throughout the fish if you add it before cooking.

Put the fish on the grill and close the lid. Let it cook for three minutes for every 1 cm thickness of fish. For example, if the fish is 2.5 cm thick, let it cook for seven minutes.

Poke the centre of the fish with a knife to make sure it is fully cooked. The fish should be flaky and no longer have an opaque appearance.

Things You'll Need

  • Herbs or spices (optional)
  • Knife
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