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- Fun and functional egg form
- Made of silicone; heat resistant up to 536-Degree Fahrenheit
- Creates toast-shaped eggs - perfect for egg sandwiches
- Making the kitchen fun for all ages
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The super fun toast top egg shaper makes toast-shaped eggs, perfect for egg sandwiches. Made of heat-resistant silicone, shaper is safe to use in temperatures up to 536-Degree Fahrenheit. By joie - fun for all ages.
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Here's how I use him:
I use a small (6 inch) cast iron frying pan for my egg (or eggs!). I heat up the pan on low heat - the lowest level my gas stove can do. When hot, I put in Roundy and then add a small piece of butter inside. (Yes, I use butter. People who use sprays may want to spray inside at this point.) I make sure the butter covers the whole inside of the Roundy-covered area of the pan. Then I add the egg or even two eggs! (Two eggs will barely hold, and I use Jumbo eggs, but it works.) I cover the pan with a lid and, as they say, cook until done.
The result is an egg (or a glorious two) which just fits my English muffin. If I put cheese on top and let it sit to melt - heaven!
To accommodate Roundy's eggy handle, I need to use a lid which has bit of rise. Also put the eggy handle on the inside, toward the handle of the pan. The lid to a 1-quart saucepan has worked for me. People who genuinely fry, without lids, I don't know what to suggest.