Why does the steak on my George Foreman come out grey and unappetizing?

I thought indoor grills are supposed to have the same outcomes with the meat as outdoor grills.

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5 Responses to “Why does the steak on my George Foreman come out grey and unappetizing?”

  1. JK said:

    Wow! there must be something wrong with it?It should be getting hotter. Mine almost gets too hot but the steaks come out grilled very nicely are very juicy…yep I think yours just isn’t getting hot enough:-(
    I’d take it back and try another one!

  2. Charlotte said:

    A George Foreman grill is designed to remove as much of the fat as possible, so it all runs out as it’s grilling. It’s great when you want to eat healthy food, but steaks aren’t neccessarily supposed to be healthy. Steak needs some of its fat to stay moist and tender, so I don’t recommend the George Foreman. I have a cast iron grill pan that I find much more useful, for grilling everything from vegetables to steaks.

  3. ken b said:

    Sounds like not hot enough.

  4. Gracie said:

    My food taste and looks great on my Foreman grill. Maybe you should get a new one. Sounds like yours in not getting hot enough.

  5. littleman77y said:

    Are you cooking your steaks directly out of the fridge/freezer? Starting with cold beef puts extra strain on your heating element. Pull your steaks out about 45 minutes before you cook, season them, and let them come up to room temperature. Preheat your grill as hot as you can get it, and then cook normally. If you still have problems, then it’s a bad grill. Try a good cast-iron grill pan on the stovetop instead.




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