What about cooking bacon on a Foreman Grill? This is an often asked question. The answer, simply put, is YES you certainly can cook bacon on your George Foreman Grill. And it comes out perfect!
Cooking bacon in a traditional frying pan is often messy, requires a lot of attention and flipping, and takes up valuable space when trying to make other breakfast items such as eggs or hash browns. No fear, the George Foreman Grill is here. And all that fat pours right off too. Quite simply, it’s the perfect way to make bacon.
Bacon – anywhere from 1-4 slices, depending on grill size
The most important thing when cooking bacon on the Foreman Grill is to make sure the grill is as hot as possible. Preheat grill for at least 5 minutes with the lid closed. Place bacon slices on grill, close lid, and leave it alone for several minutes. You can give it a look after about 5 minutes and flip the bacon over. Yes, give it one flip, this will assure even cooking on both side as the top plate may not have the same contact as the lower plate. Let it cook another 2 minutes and you’re good to go. In about 7 minutes you’ll have flat perfectly cooked bacon that is not swimming in its own grease.
You’re gonna LOVE the George Foreman Grill for making bacon!