Tovolo Perfect Poach, 100-Pack
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- The non-stick bag uses no oil or butter making it simple, easy, and mess free to use
- You can poach multiple eggs at the same time
- Your perfectly poached egg will slide out easily onto the plate
- The bags are both recyclable and biodegradable
- Each pouch includes 100 poaching bags
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Finally, a solution to make a perfect, delicious poached egg every time. The Perfect Poach is simple, easy, and mess free and uses no oil or butter. Your perfectly poached egg will slide out easily onto the plate. Multiple eggs can be poached at the same time. Bags are recyclable, biodegradable, and non-stick. One pouch includes 100 poaching bags.
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You have to get a 3/4-full saucepan of water boiling instead of just a couple of inches as you do with traditional poaching, so use the smallest pan you have. Cracking the egg into the pouch, you then immediately lower it into the water. On my first couple of tries, the pouch tipped sideways but if you hold the pouch for a few seconds upright before releasing it, it forms more of a seal to retain the egg. In the photo below I have used the pan lid to hold the pouches upright. NOTE: there will be water still in the pouch when you remove it, so dump the egg out on a paper towel or another dish first (dropping it directly on your toast is going to create a soggy mess).
The egg does not look particularly pretty, since it takes on the shape of the pouch: a cone-ended ball. The eggs that had tipped over in the pan were a little more oval/flat, but still not pretty enough for a hollandaise platter. Cleanup was quicker and simpler than with any other gadget I have tried---just throw the pouch away and dump the water!
Overall, this is a simple solution that works well, and doesn't take up space in your cabinets like all the other poaching gadgets. Also a good idea for camping, dorm rooms, or other places where you don't have a full kitchen but can get some water boiling.
Be sure you have a deeper pot. Depth is much more important that width or total size. You want to have enough room for the pouch to sit freely in the simmering water.
When placing the pouch into the water just slip it in just enough without letting go so that the egg can begin to cook. Once it's even slightly solidifying (it only takes a few seconds) you can let the bag slip free from your grip and gently float in the water.
Be sure to do some light stirring like you would without a pouch for a poached egg since it will help circulate the hot water around the egg and help it cook better.
I've found that it seems to take a bit longer than the suggested cooking times, but after the first couple of eggs I have my ideal timing down.
As others have mentioned, be sure to take some time to drain as much of the water as you can out of the pouch and if you feel brave enough even empty the pouch onto a paper towel before serving on a plate.
I really like these... I have poached eggs much more frequently now because of these!
Another alternative is that these are cheap knockoffs made in China that just don't work. In any case, Tovolo does not list these on their website site anymore, so I suspect that they are either from a batch that is very old, or they are a knockoff from China.
If you do buy them, I suggest you open and check them right away. If they do fall apart on you, they can be returned within Amazon's return window, and you won't be stuck with them.
This made me feel bad. It was very poorly packaged in a cheap ziplock baggie. It has a card that looks like the Tovolo original packaging I bought from Sur La Table.
My instinct told me they these are not from them.
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Es geht kinderleicht und ohne Essig, das ist super!