Cookin times for an Indoor Grill Anyone have any advice?

Tuppence2

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Hello,

I've been given a Morphy Richards Health Grill, Model Number 44710
The advertisement for it states:

* A healthy way of grilling meat,fish
and vegetables
* Removable grill plates for easy
cleaning
* Sloping grill plate allows fat/juices
to drain away
* Floating hinge allows even cooking
* Includes removable drip tray
to drain fat away
* Thermostat control for optimum
cooking temperature

But I don't have a manual for it and have no idea of cooking times. Would you know a recipe site for this type of cooking? Or if you could give me a guide as to cooking times, I would be very grateful.

Thanks,

Bye,
Penny. :)
 

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Hi Tuppence2 ,here is an instruction book you can download for your particular model...... :)


....i had to edit the page for a 404 , but put your model number (44710 ) in and hit search , and the download file will appear.
 

Tuppence2

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Hello 700,

My goodness, that is good of you. I've looked everywhere for one.

Thank you very much.

Bye,
Penny. :)
 
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I personally hate them. The George Foreman grill is similar. They don't get hot enough to sear the food and when it is done it is dry as a bone. Vegetables like zucchini work well but not many others. I would give you mine if you live in the states.
 
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Ohhh...that's what I've been doing wrong. This coming from a guy that thinks gourmet dining consists of a frozen dinner and a beer...:)
 

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I hate beer ...too bloating and burpy ..... and some of those "tv dinners " are`nt all that bad . ;)

...gourmet dining = lobster , snow crab , mussels , cod fillets and a double captain and coke while setting up the campsite .... soon oh so soon . :)
 

Tuppence2

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Hello,

Well, Rockn, beggars can't be choosers! My electric stove is not working, and not likely to be, it was second-hand when it came to me.

My neighbours were kind enough to give me a microwave oven but I had no way to cook a fried egg, eggy-bread, etc. until my sister offered me the grill. I wasn't going to refuse it. I don't look gift horses in the mouth. If I hadn't wanted the grill there would be have been someone in more need than me it could have gone to. Pop yours in the parcel post to Angel - she'll enjoy using it I'm sure.

Bye,
Penny. :)
 

Tuppence2

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Hello,

Just cooked a sandwich in the grill. Cheese with a layer of cooked potato and hummus and garlic dip. Very good!

Bye,
Penny. :)
 

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