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- Cleanly cracks the top of the egg shell so that it's easily lifted off by hand or with a knife
- Works on both soft and hard boiled eggs
- Pull handle up and release, spring mechanism causes vibration and the sharp edge in dome perfectly cuts shell
- No more egg shells for breakfast
- 5.4-Inch length 1.8-inch diameter
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Rosle's been manufacturing kitchen utensils for more than a hundred years for professionals and hobby cooks who enjoy cooking and take pride in their skills. The Rosle Egg Topper niftily opens every breakfast egg. Just position, release and lift off the egg shell. Produces no fragments. Manufactured from 18/10 stainless steel and synthetic material.
Top Customer Reviews
I have experimented with a couple of different egg toppers and I really like this one. It takes a little practice to get a nice, clean crack around the egg. I have found that if you put the Rosle egg topper over the rounded end of the end, rather than the pointy part, it works better. Also, extra large eggs produce the best results. I hope that my little video review is helpful to you!
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I brought this to a family breakfast and everyone had a kick trying it out & topping their soft boiled eggs.
Yes it does work. Two snaps will crack the egg, but not a clean cut. By clean cut I mean surgical line cut. No, it won't do that. I thought it would and I was disappointed at first. After trying other brands and checking with my friends, I realized that no cutter makes a clean surgical line. All egg cutters will dent and roughly cut the egg shells and a bit of manipulation by hand, by knife, or by twisting and turning the cutter is still required to remove the egg top.
And the cut line won't be surgically clean. A bit jagged edge or cracked egg (down the egg) is normal and expected. The egg is covered by a white outer membrane and the membrane gets sticky and stiff after cooking, so that's what causing the shells to not cut surgically as I had dreamed for (albeit incorrectly). To make that surgical line, you need to use the topper to dent the shells and then use a sharp kitchen knife to finish the job.
So, have the correct and proper expectations.
Anyway, having said all that......... After about 50 eggs:
1. Use the topper to "cut" or "dent" the eggs with 2 snaps.
2. Twist and lift the topper off at an angle in attempt to peel off the egg top that's been scored/dented/cut by the topper.
3. Use a kitchen knife to finish the job. It is often needed despite best use of this tool. Eggs just aren't 100% uniform in size, shape, and shell rigidity.
From eggs 40 to 50 (the last 10), having thoroughly experienced with the tool: 4 out of 10 eggs required a bit kitchen knife touch up after using the topper. The other 6 resulted in egg top removal without the need of additional knife work.
I recommend that you cultivate the skill of topping a softboiled egg with a table knife. Give it one good swift horizontal thwack with wrist action to just slice off the top cleanly. Use the blunt end of the egg. Be brave, man up, give it a try. A little practice and you can do this anywhere, no need to spend $20 then carry this gimmick arround with you for the rest of your life. You don't have to hammer your egg with a spoon like your English granny, either. (I should do a www video on this technique that I learned from my Dad, whom I fondly recall whenever my lovely wife drags this thing out of the cupboard. Ah, priceless.) Enjoy ;-).
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