Cuisinart CEC-7 Egg Cooker
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- Smooth, brushed stainless steel lid
- On/off switch
- Cooks poached and medium or hard-boiled eggs
- Cooks up to 7 eggs at once
- Poaching tray holds up to 3 eggs
- 2 egg holders included for hard-boiled eggs
- Beaker with water-fill lines and piercing pin--piercing egg prevents shell from cracking while cooking
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Keep your burners free and your eggs from overcooking with this countertop egg cooker. The cooker poaches up to three large eggs and soft-boils or hard-boils up to seven at a time. A built-in timer adjusts automatically to soft or hard settings and buzzes loudly enough to draw you in from the garden when the eggs are done. Soft-boiled eggs come out with a perfectly half-cooked center, while the white is cooked solid. The automatic shut-off feature adds an extra measure of safety to this sleek appliance. --Shannon Borg
Top customer reviews
Definite plus is the buzzer! No more standing around and waiting on the water to finish boiling and watching an egg timer. I can walk away and do over tasks without worrying about overcooking the eggs.
Thought the initial cost was a little high since I don't cook eggs this way that often, but when I think of all the eggs I've wasted in the past it's definitely a cost-saver!
I had this cooker delivered to my neighbor's house who works at home. After picking it up, and being ridiculed for the "just a little vinegar and water" simplicity of egg poaching, I got this bad boy home. First of all, I must comment on the size. I feel the picture makes it look pretty large. It is not, which will save you precious counter space. After washing all the parts (lid, poaching tray, and egg tray... not rocket science, although this machine does resemble a small spaceship), I looked up the directions for egg poaching. Simply crack the eggs into the tray after coating with a non-stick spray, dump the water from the small measuring cup onto the base of the cooker, put the rack and the tray inside, and put the lid on. Easy as that. It even has a timer that goes off once the water has evaporated. My poached eggs were done in less than ten minutes and were more gloriously simple than I could have imagined.
For other reviewers who mentioned water shooting out of the machine, leaking, etc... there must be something horribly wrong with your cooker. So far, I had no issues at all with mine.
Buy this magical appliance. You won't be sorry.
The eggs are cooked just right (hard boiled) and the timer takes care of shutting things off and letting me know it's done. I have not tried soft boiled or poached, so I cannot comment on that. But for simple hard boiled eggs, this works great. Clean up is not 'hard', but there is more to it than cleaning a simple pan, so there is some extra work after the job is done. It is worth having for the convinience of not having to babysit boiling eggs!