How to Make Pork Chops on a George Foreman 360

The George Foreman 360 grill is a table-top grill that allows food to be grilled without the fuss and bother of cooking outdoors. Fats run off as the foods cook, offering healthier meals. When cooked properly, meats are tender and moist. Vegetables are tasty when grilled as well. The grill will warm and toast bread when used to press sandwiches. Cooking pork chops on the George Foreman 360 grill is convenient and easy.

Raise the back end of the George Foreman grill by engaging the adjustable grill angle bar located on the back of the unit. This creates a slanted cook surface that will encourage fats to drain away from the meat.

Place the drip tray snugly against the front of the grill so that it will catch the juices.

Check to be sure that the grill plates are locked firmly in place, both top and bottom.

Plug the grill into the outlet and make sure that the two lights on the lid light up. The red light indicates the unit is on, while the green light will stay on until the unit is preheated to the desired temperature.

Preheat the grill by setting the temperature knob on the front center of the lid to the desired heat level. For pork chops, the temperature should be set at medium high.

When the green light on the lid of the Foreman Grill goes out, the grill is ready for cooking.

Put on the oven mitt and open the lid of the grill.

Place the pork chops on the grill with tongs and close the lid, allowing the grill plate in the lid to come in direct contact with the food for even cooking on both sides.

Time the pork chops. The George Foreman 360 manual suggests that boneless pork chops will be done in six to eight minutes when cooked on medium high and in 10 to 12 minutes if they are bone in.

Remove the chops from the grill with tongs and place on a serving platter.

Unplug the unit from the outlet.