The good people at T-Fal sent me their latest OptiGrill for review. I had a lot of fun testing it out with different types of meats and vegetables!

You can pick up your own OptiGrill for $249 at Canadian Tire, Walmart and Home Outfitters. you can Win your own T-Fal OptiGrill starting November 1st at this link:

Check out my videos and thoughts on the grill:

T-Fal OptiGrill Review

T-Fal OptiGrill Unboxing

If you’re looking for the recipes from the review, here they are:

t-fal optigrill miso marinated sablefish
Photo by Nathalie de los Santos

Miso Marinated Sablefish
1/4 cup mirin
1/4 cup sake
1/3 cup miso paste
1/3 cup granulated sugar
6 sablefish fillets with skin on

Mix the mirin and sake together in a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Add the miso until smooth, then add sugar and cook over medium heat until the sugar is dissolved. Transfer the marinade into a bowl.

Wash  fish then pat with paper towel to absorb moisture. Coat the marinade on both sides of the fish, or submerge into marinade. You can keep this overnight, but still works well with 1 hour marination.

Prep your T-fal OptiGrill to the Fish setting. When it’s ready, place the fish with skin down and cook until rare-medium. Check every couple minutes to make sure it does not overcook depending on thickness of your filets.

Serve with hot rice.

t-fal optigrill
Photo by Nathalie de los Santos

Filipino BBQ Pork
2-3 pounds of pork shoulder or pork butt, sliced into easy to grill pieces
2-3 chilli peppers, chopped (use less or more depending on your heat tolerance)
1 head of garlic, chopped
1 cup vinegar
1 cup soy
salt and pepper
Marinate all ingredients, at least for an hour (if not overnight).

Prep your T-fal OptiGrill to the Steak setting. When it’s ready, place pork evenly on the grill and cook fully.

Serve with hot rice.

Disclaimer: Sponsored Post. Please note I was sent the OptiGrill for review and my groceries were paid for. All opinions are my own.