If you are a descerning reader of the fantastic @pbt1983s Table Turner recipe site, then this probably isn't the read for you. There is a similarity in that these are recipes, but that is a tenuous term at best. These are possibly more experiments, as most of my food has to be quick, simple, and if possible, involve some tech.
This recipe I have called "Pomme de terre et pétrole grillés" (or Grilled Potato and Oil). The instructions are as so:
- Turn power setting of George Foreman to 'on' (any other setting such as 'off' will result in the potato not browning, and also risk of raw potato).
- Slice 1cm pieces of potato
- Brush potato with oil
- Sprinkle potato with a colorful herb (doesn't matter what, so long as it looks nice)
- Place on the George Foreman grill, and lower the lid, wait for about ten minutes
- Have a glance at them, if cooked, then consume
- Possibly try some red powder for more color (and spice)
- Keep sizes of slices as similar as possible, to create a more consistant cooking from top/bottom (may need to remove the end pieces)
Don't forget, treat your George Foreman with love and care by wiping it clean after usage