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Carbon Steel Egg Poacher £4.99 (Half price was £9.99) @ Argos reserve and collect instore

£4.99 @ Argos
Great price, and very good reviewsm reserve and collect instore, # 20cm fry pan with 4 poaching cups and a glass lid. # 0.7mm gauge. # Bakelite handle. # Suitable for Electric, Induction a… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Great price, and very good reviewsm reserve and collect instore,

# 20cm fry pan with 4 poaching cups and a glass lid.

# 0.7mm gauge.

# Bakelite handle.

# Suitable for Electric, Induction and Gas hobs.
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/113-8611556A69UC448523X.jpg
#2
head added...have reserved one for my hubbys bday.... he loves eggs...lol
#3
We recently bought these uber cool poaching pods from lakeland. They are made from silicon and are really easy to use. Makes poaching a doddle. I think you can bake in them also as they are heat resistant to 800 degrees!

I love how they float about freely on the water, a bit like a floating candle in the bath. Don't eat them though haha.

http://www.lakeland.co.uk/F/product/12116
#4
spanielgita
We recently bought these uber cool poaching pods from lakeland. They are made from silicon and are really easy to use. Makes poaching a doddle. I think you can bake in them also as they are heat resistant to 800 degrees!

I love how they float about freely on the water, a bit like a floating candle in the bath. Don't eat them though haha.

http://www.lakeland.co.uk/F/product/12116
Ooh, I'm just waiting on some of these to be delivered :thumbsup: Probably would have gone for the pan if it'd been on offer when I was looking though.
#5
Surely there not the same as real poached eggs if there not cooked in water? :)

I love poached eggs... how do the pods compare... i have a pretty good technique from Jamie Oliver to minimise the wandering white! really works....
#6
I threw away my old poacher (which was a bit battered) and bought this one a while back. I wish I had kept my old one. No matter how much you grease the cups, the eggs still stick and I mean really stick. My advice is, don't bother!
#7
gram333uk
Surely there not the same as real poached eggs if there not cooked in water? :)

I love poached eggs... how do the pods compare... i have a pretty good technique from Jamie Oliver to minimise the wandering white! really works....
I suppose it's not "traditional", but I doubt cooking them in water adds to the flavour. :p

What's your technique? I've tried various and I always end up with a big watery mess unless I wrap the eggs in cling film.
#8
The trick with making "perfect" poached eggs is heat the water until its bubbling,then turn down the heat,add about a tsp of vinegar and swirl the water like mad with a whisk to create a whirlpool effect,then crack the eggs in.The swirling keeps the eggs together in a round shape and the vinegar holds them all together.You can't taste the vinegar when made.Hope that helps.
#9
pamjon
The trick with making "perfect" poached eggs is heat the water until its bubbling,then turn down the heat,add about a tsp of vinegar and swirl the water like mad with a whisk to create a whirlpool effect,then crack the eggs in.The swirling keeps the eggs together in a round shape and the vinegar holds them all together.You can't taste the vinegar when made.Hope that helps.
Cheers, tried both techniques ... although possibly not together.

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