George Foreman Quesadilla Maker, GFQ001

Walmart # 001427094

George Foreman Quesadilla Maker, GFQ001

Walmart # 001427094
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Cook deliciously stuffed quesadillas in less than 5 minutes with the George Foreman GFQ001 Quesadilla Maker. It has 10" circular cooking surfaces and nonstick grill plates for easy cleanup. Press and seal lines lock in fillings from the sides and back for cantina-style, no-mess finger foods. This electric quesadilla maker features six deep-dish pockets that have enough room to hold all of your favorite fillings. The vertical storage fits even the tightest kitchen spaces. Prepare stuffed quesadillas for you and your family with this George Foreman GFQ001 Quesadilla Maker. It has a power on/ready indicator light and a slip resistant grip for added comfort. Enjoy hot delicious quesadillas in the comfort of your own home with this durable and sturdy product.

About This Item

  • 10" circular nonstick cooking surface
  • Stuffed quesadillas in less than 5 minutes
  • Easy cleanup
  • Brand
    George Foreman Grills
    Manufacturer Part Number
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
    12.20 x 12.60 x 5.30 Inches
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    Easy to use, great results! Okay to clean

    Haven't had this terribly long, but I've used it a couple times and the quesadillas it makes are great. I load mine pretty full (full enough that I have to hold down the top a minute to get it to latch) and cook them about 3:45 and they're perfect to me. I don't fill them too close to the edges so a ton of stuff doesn't ooze out when the cheese melts. I like to spray a little butter spray on my tortillas to give them some flavor or they'll come out kind of bland. Would be nice if it had a timer feature on it and maybe a browning indicator like a toaster has, but I suppose that could vary depending on how much filling you use. Can't speak to the durability. Could be much easier to clean if the plates were removable, but it's not bad as it is due to the non-stick coating. As long as the coating holds up it should be fine. And if it only lasts a couple years it's no big deal as the thing is dirt cheap. Great deal and easy to use for this bachelor!
    First try!

    Clone of the "Santa Fe" version

    This product is almost 100% the same as the Santa Fe quesadilla version that i own they must of been bought out.We've owned 2 over the past 6 years as we use it so much but because the plates can't be removed and it gets messy and a little hard to clean, we'd buy a new one every few years for about $20. This one is less than $14 so we got it as the plates are looking bad on our 2nd Santa Fe brand.Only difference i can see is they didn't knock out the "plug" molded in were the grease,sauce etc. leak out into a plastic cup that came with the other model.Not a big deal.Yes, its messy sometimes.If you like alot of cheese,pepperoni and pizza sauce like me and cook them crisp(longer than it recommends) you better have it on a catch plate or towel.
    same as Santa Fe brand

    Terribly built product

    The quesadilla maker is poor constructed with weak plastic that breaks at the point you press the top and bottom together. I replaced one maker and had the same piece break again.

    Well worth the $15

    I purchased this product for myself as I wanted to give out as Christmas gifts. To make sure my recipients would not be disappointed, I just had to make sure of it's quality. I found it easy to use and the instructions answered all of my questions. The ends of the quesadilla were too hard to ingest...just tossed them. The manufacturer recommended to use only the 10" tortilla. I did, but after several tries, I ended up using a smaller one and placed it in the center of the unit...filled with cheese and deli sliced turkey & covered with another smaller was great. I simply scooted the tortilla off with plastic tongs onto a paper towel-left it to cool and sliced it with my pizza cutter. Any oozing of cheese was easy clean-up with a paper towel while unit was hot. Anyway, I bought 7 of these babies and I think everyone will have fun experimenting with it.

    George Foreman Quesadilla Maker

    This product was purchased at a KILLER price. I did a lot of shopping around and was thrilled to find this at a very inexpensive price. It's easy to use and easy to clean up. I like that it works with the 10 inch tortillas and that it scores the quesadillas. I have found that it's best to keep the fillings and cheese about an inch away from the edge all the way around, so that the fillings don't ooze out as much. When you push down on the lid, the fillings naturally get pushed closer to the edge. If I had the power to change this in any way, I would make the black handle jut out more from the appliance. I would like the lip to be bigger. I have small hands, but I can't grip it very well. At first I was worried about the steam from the machine burning me, but I haven't had any problems. Overall, I would recommend this to anyone. We use it all the time!

    Best large size quesadilla maker

    Best large-size quesadilla maker that fits burrito-sized tortillas for the price. I've looked nearly everywhere and have not been able to find a quesadilla-maker this size for under $20 except at Walmart. Heats quickly and can make a quick and easy quesadilla in about 3 1/2 minutes flat. It only holds a certain amount of filling or otherwise it will seep out the sides----when filled, depending on the amount of filling used, the lid doesn't close all the way. Nevertheless, it makes a great quesadilla once you get the hang of how much filling to use. I hope they never quit making these----- I like them so much that I've bought them as gifts for others. Buy it, you won't regret it.

    Not bad, but not what I expected

    I mainly bought this because I wanted to make quesadillas an easier and faster way than doing it in a fry pan. Well, I only use whole grain, mulitgrain, high fiber, etc...tortillas and this machine just doesn't seem "tough enough" to handle it. If I try and shut the lid it feels like it will break. Also, you can't put much "stuff" in your quesadillas. So if you eat white flour tortillas and don't mind flat unstuffed quesadillas, this may be the machine for you. I have not tried white flour tortillas in it, but assume that because they are softer and more pliable, they may work better. That isn't an option for me, as the whole idea was to make healthy quesadillas in the first place. Good luck!

    Great fast meals

    This was just what I was looking for. It is very easy to use and clean. I was very pleased with it and use it weekly!
    This does not make good, crispy quesadillas. I thought that since it cooked on both sides that it would shorten the cooking time, but takes longer than using a skillet on the stove. There are really no advantages to using this product.

    Quesidilla grill

    This grill is a great deal for the money. I find that the only drawback is that it presses the quesidilla way too tight, so there is not much room for filling. The filling, even if only cheese, has to be in a very thin layer or it gets squeezed out the front during cooking, and oozes onto the counter.
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