The George Foreman Wheel It and Grill It is a portable propane grill. It can be connected to a small 1-lb. propane tank in order to cook food. The grill can be set on a picnic table or stand on its own legs. It also folds for easy storage. For the most part, it works like any other propane grill.
Things You'll Need
- 1 lb. propane tank
Turn the temperature knob to "Off." Screw a 1-lb. propane tank to the grill's regulator assembly. Screw it on tightly.
Place the drip tray into the drip tray holder on the grill.
Turn the temperature control knob to the desired temperature. Press the "Igniter" button quickly until it clicks. A flame will appear in the flame-viewing hole.
Place the lid over the grill and allow it to heat up for eight minutes. Remove the lid and place the food on the grill. Place the lid on the food and allow it to cook until done. Turn the food at least once while it cooks.
Tips & Warnings
- Open the lid's vents for drier food. Close the vents to retain the food's moisture while the food is cooking.
- Amazon: George Foreman GP100SIL Wheel & Grill
- "George Foreman GP100SIL Wheel It & Grill It Owners Manual"; Maxim; 2002
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