KitchenCraft KCCVPOACH2 2 Egg Poacher Pan in Gift Box, Non Stick and Induction Safe, Stainless Steel, 16 cm, Silver

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KitchenCraft KCCVPOACH2 2 Egg Poacher Pan in Gift Box, Non Stick and Induction Safe, Stainless Steel, 16 cm, Silver

KitchenCraft KCCVPOACH2 2 Egg Poacher Pan in Gift Box, Non Stick and Induction Safe, Stainless Steel, 16 cm, Silver

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You need one of these - water in the bottom, egg in each section.” (Brand recommended by Mumsnet user PattyMelt) Our verdict Once the timer is up, remove the egg maker from the microwave. Be careful, as it’ll likely be very hot, and the water will be boiling. Remove the lid, place your eggs gently into the water and reseal the lid once again. Here’s the picture of the cooked eggs after I flipped them – look how much nicer it looks compared with the previous picture! Once you’re happy with how soft or hard your eggs are, simply plate up with your favourite kind of buttered toast. You can find them in a range of colours and styles, fitting into any kitchen décor with ease. Plus, their compact size ensures they won’t hog up unnecessary space on your kitchen counter or in your cabinets. Safety is another key factor to consider, and the products we have listed are made from high-quality plastic that is BPA-free and non-toxic, ensuring that your eggs are cooked safely. Just remember, never microwave an egg in its shell, as may explode. Best microwave egg poacher at a glance:

Most poachers are very easy to clean, particularly microwave cups that tend to be dishwasher safe, while poaching pans can be hand-washed the same as saute pans. Cups/dishes – Poaching cups or dishes are available in a variety of styles but are typically half spheres that cradle the egg. They can float on top of the water or hook onto the side of the pan and cook in a firm semi-circle shape. We make eggs poached using OXO egg poachers.” (Recommended by Mumsnet user Caspianberg) Our verdict Note on this picture the eggs don’t look very pretty. Sometimes this happens when you cook eggs in a microwave. I assure you that they taste great :) But if the look bothers you, here’s a solution – FLIP THEM! The other side of the eggs looks really nice! Scroll down to the next picture and you’ll see the difference. Another fan of Poachies here. I never had any success with poaching eggs before but since I started using them, they always turn out well.” (Rated by Mumsnet user ScarlettSunset) Our verdictThese clever silicone egg poachers mimic the traditional ‘water bath’ method of poaching eggs but without any of the faff. With an innovative hourglass design, they gently cradle the egg as you lower it into the pan, whilst the funnel guides it through into the simmering water without needing to swirl or risk breaking the yolk. They’re super easy to use with no need for butter or oil, making it a healthy option, too. If you’re whipping up breakfast for the whole family, you can also pop multiple Poachies all in one pan. Egg poaching pans: Most poaching pans can be used on a variety of hobs (including induction) and allow simultaneous poaching of between two and four eggs. Some double up as handy sauté pans for a versatile kitchen tool, however, they are harder to store for those more limited on space. Pods/cups: With the egg fully supported whilst sitting in the cup, the entire pod or cup is lowered into the simmering water before being carefully lifted out once the eggs are ready. Generally easy to use, the pods and cups can generally be used with more than one in a pan and are convenient to store, but less efficient for poaching more than two or three at a time. Plus, for more efficient kitchen tools rated by Mumsnetters, we’ve also rounded up the best chopping boards and easiest-to-use can openers. Best egg poacher 2023: at a glance

Keen to up your brunch game? Or fancy adding a tasty topping to a bowl of noodles? A poached egg is a versatile addition to mealtimes. What’s more, eggs are an affordable way of adding vitamin D, B6, B12 and minerals such as zinc, iron and copper to your family’s diet, so, although a beautifully poached egg can feel indulgent, it’s actually incredibly healthy. This sturdy stainless steel tool also doubles up as a handy sauté pan, working well on both induction and gas hobs. Relatively deep when compared to traditional pans, there’s less risk of the water running dry during cooking. I use an egg poaching pan. It can poach four eggs at a time, I had it for about 10 years, and it’s idiotproof.” (Method rated by Mumsnet user BethDutton) Our verdict Electric egg poachers: If you can’t get enough of your eggs and are planning to eat them regularly, an electric egg poacher can certainly take the hard work out of poaching, with the ability to also boil eggs, too. They do require fairly significant storage space, so they’re less suited to those who have eggs once in a blue moon or people struggling for cupboard space alongside their baking trays and cake tins.This countertop cooker is a handy gadget for egg enthusiasts. Not only does it poach eggs, two at a time, but it can also boil them and help whip up a delicious omelette in minutes. Egg poaching help comes in all shapes and sizes, but these are the three most common types available to buy.

The OXO Good Grips Egg Poacher is an excellent all-rounder. It’s a good price, doesn’t take up too much space, and its smart design will prove popular with traditionalists who want to know if their egg has been poached rather than steamed. How we chose our recommendations

6. Best two-egg poacher pan: KitchenCraft 2 Egg Poacher Pan

I have had these for years, great results but only recently realised that you don't need to loosen them with a knife, then lift them out with a spoon… You just turn them upside down and pop them out, they sit like little domes on your toast!” (Recommended by Mumsnet user ItsnotaHenryMoore) Our verdict



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