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Egg Poacher Poaching Poach Pods Twin Pack - Ebay / CPR Global £2.11
Egg Poacher Poaching Poach Pods Twin Pack - Ebay / CPR Global £2.11

Egg Poacher Poaching Poach Pods Twin Pack - Ebay / CPR Global £2.11

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Great way of poaching those eggs

£2.11 Delivered! for two pieces
Product Description

Description

The CPR Silicone Egg Poaching Cups are flexible cooking tools for perfectly poached eggs. Each poach cup allows you to float and poach an egg in boiling water like a lily pad on a pond. When the egg is ready, flip the nonstick poach pod inside out and gently push the perfectly dome-shaped egg out. Place the poach cups in the dishwasher for easy clean up. Poach Cups won the 2007 Gadget of the Year award at the Gourmet Housewares Show. Set of 2. Diameter 3-Inch



Features & Benefits

FDA & LFGB approved silicone
Perfect for Small or Large Chicken & Duck eggs
Heat-resistant up to 675 F
Nonstick
For eggs, flan, cake, chocolate and more
Microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe
Don't be fooled by other cheap non FDA approved Silicone egg poachers on eBay; these are inferior in quality and can pose health risks.

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Always in the pound shop. Pack of 2 For £1
Edited by: "damo1972" 21st Jun 2014

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damo1972

Always in the pound shop. For £1



Thats good to know - this way they get delivered to your door, so no petrol parking costs, and you get 2 for just £2.11

I don't need silicone for poaching eggs, a small bowl, boiling water & 40(ish) seconds in the microwave ...done!

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Seanieboy70

Thats good to know - this way they get delivered to your door, so no … Thats good to know - this way they get delivered to your door, so no petrol parking costs, and you get 2 for just £2.11



Wonder if the pound shop ones are
FDA & LFGB approved silicone

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MR GUS

I don't need silicone for poaching eggs, a small bowl, boiling water & … I don't need silicone for poaching eggs, a small bowl, boiling water & 40(ish) seconds in the microwave ...done!


MR GUS

I don't need silicone for poaching eggs, a small bowl, boiling water & … I don't need silicone for poaching eggs, a small bowl, boiling water & 40(ish) seconds in the microwave ...done!



Does that with Duck eggs ?

Duck eggs work the same as hen's eggs theyre just bigger so they work with a bit longer in the micro.

yes, vary the time, but prefer my duck & goose eggs boiled, due to creaminess.

MR GUS

I don't need silicone for poaching eggs, a small bowl, boiling water & … I don't need silicone for poaching eggs, a small bowl, boiling water & 40(ish) seconds in the microwave ...done!



never microwave anything, never seems to taste as good to me.

Speed breakfast / lunch / supper not waiting for a hob & all the extra energy, additional water wastage etc.

If I have lots of time i'll sous vide them, however the result is fine & dandy, well documented at places such as serious eats who can get pretty analytic.

microwaves are very handy units to own, used em since the early 1970's as a kid, understand the units use & limitations & all is fine.

Sometimes I simply cannot be fagged to wait for an Aga, or when it's too hot such as now off altogether, each to their own

These are excellent (or should that be eggsellent). Got a similar set for much more and used them all time. Don't tend to have poached gags lately but if I do I use these
Edited by: "Khio77" 21st Jun 2014

These are great, top tip put the lud on your pan when poaching - eggs cook quicker:)

Another tip is to rub a little oil into the pods before adding the eggs otherwise they'll be a pain to clean.Put your lid on the pan of boiling water too

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MR GUS

I don't need silicone for poaching eggs, a small bowl, boiling water & … I don't need silicone for poaching eggs, a small bowl, boiling water & 40(ish) seconds in the microwave ...done!


sounds good, what do you do exactly

The exact way for a proper "pretty egg"
youtube.com/wat…p7g

But for a fast egg... youtube.com/wat…lUw

You can (we do) use hot water, & a glass bowl for a slightly different result, good quick breakfast from when I used to do seasons abroad, eggs & bread were cheap & nutritious, never mind cholestrol when in the mountains.

Remember different microwaves, different results.
(& try a nice smoked paprika with it,, yum).

without water contact the eggs in these holders aren't really poached tbh, & silicone gets nasty unless you take special care of it, i've got enough junk so a small bowl is multi-modal.
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