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great egg rings, but don't bother using for pancakes!,
This review is from: Nonstick 4-Piece Egg/Pancake Ring Set (Kitchen)
These rings are the perfect size for making eggs to put on english muffins or small hamburger buns. (like the Breakfast Jack) I have not tried to make pancakes in them, because they would be really tiny and I do not have a need for perfectly round pancakes. This product consists of four separate rings that can connect to a handle. I have had my best results when I just use the rings by themselves and don't bother with the handle. The eggs still stick to the edge of the ring a little bit, so I have to tap the spatula against the ring as I am lifting it up (using a glove-style potholder. When the rings are all connected it is harder to get each egg out of the ring cleanly. Also, be aware that if your pan is a little warped, then a little bit of egg can leak from under the ring. If you just leave it, however, the little bit that leaks will cook fast and prevent more from leaking out.
Overall, I love these! I worked at Jack in the Box as a teenager and have always wanted egg rings. I gave it 4 stars just because the handle is kind of flimsy and it really is impractical to use for pancakes.
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Initial post: Aug 31, 2013 3:45:07 AM PDT
D. van houten says:
Hmm,maybe they refer to them as EGG RINGS for a reason????
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 4, 2014 11:48:04 AM PST
Alice Johnsom says:
The title says egg/pancake ring
Posted on Aug 24, 2014 2:52:34 PM PDT
Sue Borg says:
Why can't a person use a tuna can thats been de-lidded on both ends and washed thoroughly?
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