Fusion Brands Poachpod Egg Poacher, Two-Pack, Silicone, Green - £2.99 at amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Fusion Brands Poachpod Egg Poacher, Two-Pack, Silicone, Green - £2.99 at amazon.co.uk

£2.99 @ Amazon
2 of the Poachpods for £2.99 is a really good price. If you like poached eggs, these little silicone pods make them so easy to cook and the results are delicious. Read More
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
2 of the Poachpods for £2.99 is a really good price.

If you like poached eggs, these little silicone pods make them so easy to cook and the results are delicious.
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#1
Reasonable. I used mine once though, not too impressed with them.
#2
I see no hassle in just cracking the eggs into a saucepan of boiling water, after swirling the water clockwise super fast with a spoon - for the grand price of free.
#3
I got these and there good and 2.99 aint a lot is it lol and less space than my old metal egg poacher, i paid 2.69.
#4
we use ours all the time!
#5
Crapweasel
I see no hassle in just cracking the eggs into a saucepan of boiling water, after swirling the water clockwise super fast with a spoon - for the grand price of free.


How fast is super fast? is it close to super sonic? If that is the case I may prefer these little gadgets.
#6
I bought these for 4 quid before Xmas and thought that was a bargain. If only I'd waited then I could have saved a pound. Noooooooooo!!!!!!
#7
I've had these for ages and only used a couple of times. Wasn't really that impressed.
#8
I'm not good at the water spinning poached egg so I'll give these a try - great price. Thanks OP. :3
#9
The Mrs bought a couple of these recently even though I told her not to bother as they were not likely to ever be used ( I do the cooking). I tried them once and did not get on with them. I will stick to a pan of water with a bit of vinegar and they will no doubt remain unused at the bottom of the draw.
1 Like #10
For those who don't like creating a 'super fast' vortex in the pan..... try clingfilm. Just lay a square of clingfilm over a cup, make a depression, add one drop of olive oil, crack the egg into it, gather up the clingfilm, twist together and toss in a pan of boiling water. Works just as well as poach pods, keeps the pan clean and is virtually free.
#11
indianajon
For those who don't like creating a 'super fast' vortex in the pan..... try clingfilm. Just lay a square of clingfilm over a cup, make a depression, add one drop of olive oil, crack the egg into it, gather up the clingfilm, twist together and toss in a pan of boiling water. Works just as well as poach pods, keeps the pan clean and is virtually free.

cool im going to go and try this now lol ill report back in a few minutes
1 Like #12
ok here goes

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just needed to be a bit more patient and it would have been lovely
#13
Another 30 secs in the pan and it would have been perfect....
#14
@synderella
LOL!!! That errr... didn't go so well X)

I rather pay the tiny price and have an easier life.

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