Outdoor Cooking On Electric Grill Type Thingy

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  1. Julie And Rod

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    I recently watched a MH neighbour (not a very friendly one!) using an electric grill type thingy, on top of a table, to grill steaks, sausages etc, and thought it a good alternative to either using a barbecue, or slaving over a hot stove indoors. Can anyone recommend one, or would I be better just buying a George Forman?
     
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    We bought the Aldi one a couple of years ago but had to return it as it was faulty. We bought a Quest Healthy Griddle online and it is excellent. We would not be without it. It is a lower wattage, than the domestic ones as it is designed for camping, so not likely to blow fuses. It was about £16.

    Edit to add: can' t do a link but World of Camping have them now for £17.50.
     
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    We always carry a double electric ring cooker to use when on electric on site and save on gas when abroad, and of course you can use it outside as well

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    Son bought us a George forman grill, one half hotplate other half has a lid. It's great & much easier than the BBQ when just 2 of you. Cooks fish steaks and seafood easily and keeps the cooking smells outside.(y)
     
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    We use one of these when on EHU not a grill but does everything and is lightweight and easy to clean.
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    Thinking off getting one tomorrow from Aldi !
    Hope it's worth getting ?
     
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