How to cook a ribeye steak on a George Foreman Grill; get expert tips for homemade recipes in this free cooking video.
At this angle, you can get a nice shot at how much stuff has come out of the meal I'm cooking tonight. You can see how much this tray costs. A lot of this is actually bad fat. It's kind of good that this thing is watching out for me. I'm going to throw my rib-eye on now. I'm going to give this rib-eye 2 minutes, because I know how I like my steaks. I like them rare and this thing is pretty thin, relatively speaking. So, this thing cooks pretty fast; so, 2 minutes should be about right. So, it's been 2 minutes. Look at that. That is perfect in 2 minutes. Nice medium rare to rare. Obviously at different temps you want to go a little longer, but the way I like to eat them, in 2 minutes I'm eating steak. So, you really can't argue with that. It's a great product; I'm going to show you how easy it is to clean it once again. All we've go to do it take a towel, wipe this off and if you look on the top part, there is some grime built up here from the steaks where the seasoning is burnt on. So, we are just going to turn this off, wait a few minutes and scrub it by hand. I would never put it in the dishwasher though, because I understand that it can work the plates on these for the ones that are metal plates. Other than that, a little scrubber, little towel, and you're good.
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