Prepworks by Progressive Microwavable Four Egg Poacher
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- Poaches up to 4 eggs at once in the microwave
- Round shape is perfect to cook eggs for breakfast sandwiches
- Non-stick surface makes for easy cleaning
- Dishwasher safe
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Pros: Works great
Cons: none so far
Be sure to poke the yokes and whites with a fork before cooking to keep the explosions to a minimum. ;-)
Also add half a teaspoon of water under and on top of eggs before cooking.
30 seconds per egg on med-high (7 out of 10 setting) Adjust time + or - 10 sec for desired yokeage liquidity. ;-) Ya know what i'm talkin' bout.
on the cooking, until the whole egg is hard, then slice or chop for the salad. Poacher easily cleans, with no sticking, and NO TEFLON! A great value--I bought one for my sister, also
The result looks a 7 out of 10, however it tastes a 9 out of 10. And it takes no time; some water in the bowls, break and hop in the eggs, a bit of water on the top, and 60 sec per egg added, a short wait, and there you are!
I wish there is such a device to roast a turkey!!
If you can live with fully cooked, non liquid yokes (no pun intended), you have a winner in this product. You will have to experiment to find the right cooking time and power level to get nicely cooked eggs from your microwave. The instructions suggest 30 seconds per egg at a middle power level; that did not work for me. I have an 800 watt oven, and I found that 45 seconds per egg at power level 9 worked best for me. But even that had to be adjusted when I used a different brand of eggs. I found that eggs purchased from Aldi's were larger than those purchased at Walmart's, yet both are rated large. The smaller Walmart eggs take fewer seconds each to cook - about 40 seconds each at power level 9.
I have had no explosions from making dozens of poached eggs with this product. I poked holes in the yokes using only a fork, and I puncher the yoke twice. Make sure you puncher the yoke and not just depress it. I found no difference in poking holes in the egg whites or not doing so. Also, I did not put a 1/2 teaspoon of water in the egg cup before putting in the egg as the instructions also say to do. I did put a 1/2 teaspoon of water in with the egg after poking holes in the yoke. I have had no explosions thus far.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Having to prick the yolk means that it doesn't cook properly. I gave it away.Published 15 days ago by Davie
Eggs still explode in this device. The egg shaped egg cooker is far superior. Disappointing.Published 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
I like it. Takes a little experimenting with microwave timing to find how you like them cooked.Published 1 month ago by MB
We always use this to cook out poached eggs for breakfast. The last one we used h fit years but the top finally cracked in two.Published 1 month ago by Gail Kirby
I had purchased this a couple of years ago, and wanted another, but when this one came it was much more cheaply made. It also is not BPA Free.Published 2 months ago by Disappointed
The eggs end up being rather small, which I understand given the small size of the cups to put the raw egg in. It would just be nice if one egg would cover an english muffin. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nika1996
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