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Kotobuki Plastic Egg Mold, Rabbit and Bear
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- Set of 2 molds shape hard-boiled eggs into rabbit or bear faces
- Easy-to-use mold works like magic on a just-cooked egg; put shelled egg in bottom, close, and put into cold water for 10 minutes
- Measures 3 by 3 inches, just right for little hands; safe to use with temperatures between -4 and 248 degrees F
- Make great stocking stuffers, birthday gifts for budding chefs, and presents to brighten any ordinary day
- Needs hand washing for care
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Shape hard boiled eggs into rabbit or bear faces with this easy to use egg mold. Place a just cooked shelled hard boiled egg into the mold bottom, slowly close the top and secure. Put egg and mold into cold water. After 10 minutes, remove and slowly open the mold, revealing an egg with a rabbit or bear face.
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Easy steps to use. Simply boil your egg(s) first. The egg does not have to be out-of-the-boiling-water hot when you peel it. Pour out the hot water and quickly fill the container/pot with cool water before pouring it out (or just refill with warm water after you pour out the cool water). You can then touch the eggs without burning yourself, but they will still be warm to the touch. You should wet the molds beforehand so the eggs don't stick to the mold when you take them out. I wouldn't recommend putting an egg you've dried off in one. Make sure the egg is still wet, too. Toss the molds with eggs into a bowl of ice water for 10-15 minutes and tada! Cute molded eggs! For extra large eggs, you will probably have to trim off the edges. Just know that not all of the eggs will turn out perfectly, but all of mine have so far. I then cut them in half and put them in a bowl of ramen for a cute, quick meal.
I would recommend these. They're cheap and easy to clean, and if you have kids, I'm sure they would love them!
The "customer pictures" posted are very accurate to the results you'll get...however, learn from the mistakes from others before you jump into it or you'll be disappointed and/or very irritated. These are SUCH a cute, sturdy & simple product.
My first mistake: I tried to do 18 eggs with 4 molds...not happening. They must be HOT when you put them in the mold...then you shock them in ice water for at least 10 minutes to set up...So doing 4 at a time left me with a problem.
Second: EVERYONE and their brother has a technique. You should read, watch and try all of them, and figure out which one works best for YOU. Think about your comfort zone and your kitchen, tools, etc. beforehand. Don't assume you have to do it ONE certain way. Settle in with some blogs and You-Tube videos, there's plenty out there!
I've personally found that BAKING the eggs (350 for 30 min) automatically separates the shell & the inner membrane from the egg while cooking. When you take them out, these eggs peel like nothing I've ever seen. The caveat(you know there has to be one), the baking process leaves brown spots from the oven on some of the eggs.
Well have no fear, the internet is here! The solution: Food Coloring in the water! (Again-so simple) Now you have green and pink and blue and any color you want...cute, attractive to your kids, and it's still a natural & healthy snack.