George Foreman Grill Steak Time

I mean we all know that steak tastes best on a charcoal grill. But during the workweek or in the freezing cold, the last we want to do is fire up the grill!

The beef tenderloin steak we used in this recipe, is perfect for grilling on the George Foreman.

It locks all the juices but gives it a nice sear! It is a leaner cut of beef, so having the titled plate didn’t affect the cook.

You don’t want to end up with dry, chewy steak, so make sure you see how I do it!

The George Foreman Grill is a dual contact electric grill, which means it uses direct contact with the meat on both side for the grilling process. It also does not get as hot as an outdoor grill. The recommended grilling times for a steak of 1/2″-1″ is 4-7 minutes for medium rare and 7-9 minutes for medium.

How to Make George Foreman Grilled New York Strip Steak

Usually, for a New York Strip Steak or New York Strip (also known as Strip Steak) 1.5-inch thickness is preferred. The trick is to focus on meat and allow the flavor of the beef itself to shine through.

George Foreman Grill Steak Time

  • 1 New York Strip steak (6-8oz)
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • Whisk together all ingredients except steak in a bowl or cup and place in a ziploc bag.

    Add steak to the mixture and let marinate in the fridge for at least a half hour. If you can let it sit overnight in the fridge – even better! But if you are in a hurry, let it at least soak up that flavor for a little while.

    Preheat your George Foreman Grill for at least 5 minutes with the lid closed. Use high setting if you have it.

    Grill steak for 4-7 minutes for medium-rare doneness. Grill 6-9 minutes for medium doneness (Really thin steaks may take as little as 2-3 minutes for medium rare. Be sure to check depending on your steak size).

    Turn steak 1/4 turn if desired for cross grill marks.

    Serve nice and warm right off the grill.

    George Foreman Grill Steak Time

    How Long to Cook Steak on a George Foreman Grill?

    Allow the grill to preheat before grilling your steak. At the highest temperature setting, preheat your Foreman Grill with the lid closed for at least 5 minutes. Wait for the green light. It means that the griddles have reached their optimal cooking temperatures. This pre-heating will help sear the steak when cooking and provide great flavor and grill marks.

    The cooking time will vary depending on the thickness of your steak. Since both sides of the steak cook at the same time on the grilling surfaces, it is less time than on a traditional charcoal grill. For steaks that are ½-inches to 1-inch in thickness, it will take 4-7 minutes for a medium-rare doneness and 7-9 minutes for medium doneness. We have found that for a ¾-inch thick ribeye, 6 minutes on the George Foreman grill results in a perfect medium steak.

    This grilling process is a great way to quickly feed your family a restaurant worthy meal right at home.

    George Foreman Grill Steak Time

    What Typoe of Steak to Use

    In this recipe, I am using beef sirloin, although you can use any cut of steak.

    You can use sirloin, rump, or even t-bone steak on a George Foreman grill. Just make sure you preheat the grill first.


    Is Foreman grill good for steak?

    1. Preheat your Foreman grill on high for 5 minutes with the top closed.
    2. In a medium bowl, whisk together the EVOO, salt, and pepper.
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    4. Grill for approximately 10 minutes with the top closed. Check at 7 minutes.

    How long do you cook a 1-inch thick steak on the grill?

    Ribeye steaks are perfect for a Foreman grill. The fat melts as the steaks grill, moistening and tenderizing the meat. Any excess fat drips into the tray, making for a healthier version of a grilled steak.

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