Fusion Brands Poachpod Egg Poacher, Two-Pack, Silicone, Green £4.79 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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We have a set of these and the poached eggs come out perfect every time - no more sloppy watery eggs!
Has superb reviews on Amazon most being 5 stars.
These are quite alot cheaper from Amazon as the postage is free, found then slightly cheaper elsewhere, but had £5 p&p to add!

* The poachpod is a flexible silicone cooking tool for poaching eggs, baking and moulding
* Dimensions
* Diameter 8cm
* Microwave and dishwasher safe
* Sold as a pair.
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#1
#2
cheers
#3
nice one!
#4
just boil water and some vinegar in the pan. sent all those saved £4.79 to me....

Edited By: pooka on Dec 11, 2010 18:32
#5
vinegar never works for me - must be doing something wrong!
#6
£4 in-store at Dunelm Mill. I got a pair a couple of weeks back and so much easier than just a pan method less messy too.
#7
wseed
£4 in-store at Dunelm Mill. I got a pair a couple of weeks back and so much easier than just a pan method less messy too.
£3.95 postage
#8
she said instore, so no postage costs, better deal if you live close to one like me cheers wseed
roger65
wseed
£4 in-store at Dunelm Mill. I got a pair a couple of weeks back and so much easier than just a pan method less messy too.
£3.95 postage
#9
I saw these in Morrisions at 2.99 for two, wasnt in the need for them but if amazon are doing the at nearly twice the price then I would head of down to Morrisons for cheaper still.
#10
I have a microwave one, which I bought from Tescos for about a pound - perfect every time, and you don't need to add oil.
4 Likes #11
I got myself a woman about 15 years ago and she cooks my eggs well everytime......mind you don;t know what she uses nor has she been cheap :p

Oh yeah heat added, would say nice stocking filler for her but I'll only get a slap and half cooked turkey on Christmas day.


Edited By: simplyjimbo on Dec 11, 2010 19:21
#12
these are in poundland cold from me !
#13
vicknanth
these are in poundland cold from me !
it's true
#14
bought these for £3.88 from Amazon in May, They are good though.

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