Nordic Ware Microwave Eggs 'n Muffin Breakfast Pan
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- Now you can have breakfast in minutes
- Make eggs and sausage in one pan
- Easy clean up
- Microwave and Dishwasher safe
- Made in the USA
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Before opening the thing, I flip it over and give it a gentle shake so the egg falls into the lid. Then I open it up and flip the egg onto some bread. This way I have better aim to get the egg on the bread instead of shaking it over the bread to get the egg out of the cooker. Not that its hard to get out, but that little bit of a shake can make your egg land off center of the bread. I'm just OCD enough that my egg must be centered. This thing is small enough that you can set your bread or muffin on top of the cooked egg and then flip.
As far as cleaning goes... a little bit of egg will be stuck to the inside of the cooker, but it's not baked on hard. It cleans out easily enough. Just wipe the egg out and toss the thing in the dishwasher. I haven't tried using cooking spray in it yet, but you might want to try it if you want this to be even easier to clean out.
It's just a nice, handy little microwave container that's really inexpensive. The way I do it, it makes a nice thick fluffy disc of egg which is perfect for making sandwiches. It's hot enough when you first take it out of the microwave that if you throw a slice of cheese on there it will melt enough to be tasty.Read more ›
Other reviewers have complained about the lid not staying down -- I think this may be a function of trying to poach eggs rather than scramble them. I've never had a problem with the lid staying down, but then I always scramble the eggs. Also, I've found the clean-up very easy -- whatever egg remnants are left don't stick and you can clean the cooker in the sink or dishwasher no problem.
This isn't exactly an item for gourmet cooking, but for getting bagel- or english muffin-shaped scrambled eggs cooked quickly and easily, it's highly recommended.
It does fit a muffin perfectly, but also just plain toasted bread. It is about the size of a piece of lunch meat.
I've added all kinds of veggies to it with great success, although if you add a lot of extras you should only use one egg instead of two, otherwise it will reach over the lip of the dish. You could experiment yourself just to be sure. It also warns you that any meat you wish to add should be cooked before cooking the egg because the cooking time for an egg is much faster than meat.
You can use two eggs but I would recommend that if you are using jumbo eggs, or adding a lot of extras, that you mix it in a bowl prior to putting it in the cookware dish. Two jumbo eggs alone nearly reach the lip of the dish, so it will get messy when trying to beat the eggs (but only when beating, not cooking). A bowl is a simple solution and works perfectly.
When using two jumbo eggs alone (with a little milk), the cooked eggs are light and fluffy and about an inch thick. It really does make an excellent breakfast sandwich.
This is my first Nordic Ware purchase and I've always stayed away from microwave cooking, but you can be assured that I'll start microwaving more often and I'll definitely be making more Nordic Ware purchases. I had no idea how easy this was.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like this product. Eggs cook well but they have a tendency to "blow up" at times. I'll have to be patient and adjust the cooking tiime and microwave power level setting.Published 6 hours ago by D. Christian
My kids love that they can make their own eggs in the morning. The egg can be scrambled or over hard. Only takes a minute in the microwave.Published 23 hours ago by familyofeight
Makes making my toddler an egg in the morning the easiest breakfast! I love this thingPublished 4 days ago by Jlbl
Absolutely amazing. Tastes perfect. I thought the sandwich would come out pretty dry. But after a minute in the microwave it tasted the same as the frying pan.Published 5 days ago by A. J. Colucci
We now eat the homemade version of Egg McMuffins several times a week, and they're every bit as good as the ones we used to buy!Published 6 days ago by Tresa Fish