Cuisipro Stainless Steel Egg Poacher, Set of 2
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- 18/10 stainless steel rod and cup; plastic handle, BPA free
- Hook is adjustable for different pot heights and ensures position
- Designed to allow water to circulate around the egg while keeping it contained and stopping it from spreading
- Draining hole designed to drain excess water, just tilt back to pour out the water
- 25 year warranty; dishwasher safe, top shelf only
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Cuisipro Stainless Steel Egg Poacher
The Cuisipro Egg Poacher allows water to circulate around the egg. The circulation holes on the back of the poacher allow water to gently flow around the egg for a tender poached egg.
- Designed to allow water to circulate around the egg keeping it contained and stopping it from spreading
- Hook is adjustable for different pot heights and ensures stability
- Set of 2 poachers, Yellow and White
- Draining hole designed to drain excess water, Just tilt back to pour out the water
- 18/10 Stainless Steel Rod and Cup
- Dishwasher safe, top shelf
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Cuisipro makes poaching eggs foolproof. Unlike other "poachers" that use a solid cup that floats on top of water and steams the egg, the new stainless steel egg poacher has a cup design that clips to the side of the pot and allows the water to circulate around the egg for proper poaching.
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• the water must also flow OVER the top for even cooking (those steaming inserts & floaty silicon cups mean cooked bottom and raw egg top)
• nonstick surface for a clean slide onto your english muffin
Yes, you have to oil/butter these if you want a clean lift... which you have to do with ALL of the poachers on the market, even the teflon coated Calphalon steamer.
Look, I've tried the poaching inserts by Revere & the spendy one by Calphalon: raw egg white tops. Yuck.
Who are these people giving the poor reviews? Do they live in an alternate egg universe? They aren't offering up better alternatives.
This little gadget changed eggs Benedict from an anything-goes odyssey of frustration to an easy weekly family brunch for us. We fit 6 of them in a shallow 3 quart saute pan. For perfect 2 minute Hollandaise, google Serious Eats. Flawless.
As to all the complaining about the clean-up: to prep the poachers, take a piece of paper towel and rub butter on the metal before putting the egg in and inserting in the boiling water. The cooked eggs slide right out with a spatula. We put the poaching cups back in the hot water to soak while we eat, then anything remaining comes off with a swish of the dish brush.
Added to review after using these every weekend for a few months: I've come up with even a little more finesse for technique. The eggs stay in the cups just until the whites have formed. If I feel like it, I'll ladle some of the water over the top to be sure the white has solidified around the yolk. Then, while still submerged in the water, swish them out with a mini spatula for the last 30 seconds floating in the 'wild,' so they don't have an over-formed shape. If you are trying to impress guests, they won't know you didn't do them freehand. Additional upside: nothing to scrub off the cups then because you swooshed them out before the egg white fully cooked to adhere to the metal. Bon appetit!
We have 2 sets, I often poach 4 eggs at once. I position the 4 poachers around the pot like a clockface: at 12, 3, 6, and 9 o'clock. I crack the first egg into the 12 o'clock poacher then start my timer (5 minutes). Then crack the eggs in clockwise order. When the timer rings, take the eggs out in clockwise order again. The time taking each one out is about equal to the time difference putting them in.
- unless you have a pot that is the right depth and diameter, they don't sit well on the edge. thus you have to boil a lot of water for just a couple eggs
- It appears that the only way to prevent sticking to the surface is to the load the egg while these cups are submerged, this just adds another thing to clean and I don't have an egg pouring cup
In the end, if you want a poached egg, faster and easier in a small non-stick saucepan filled with water
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What a great little kitchen helper. Much less mess and more appetising than trying to do it in a jar with spinning water!
Those giving this product low markings and claiming thier eggs stick I can only guess have not greased the
base first as you do with all egg poaches to stop it sticking.