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Judge Essentials Two Cup Egg Poacher and Stainless Steel Frying Pan, 16cm £13.99 (Prime or + £4.49 NP) @ Sold by Horwood Homewares and FBA
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Judge Essentials Two Cup Egg Poacher and Stainless Steel Frying Pan, 16cm £13.99 (Prime or + £4.49 NP) @ Sold by Horwood Homewares and FBA

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Posted 25th May

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I love having poached eggs for breakfast but they always end up a stringy mess whenever I attempt to cook them so this should definitely help. Alternatively you could use it to make omelettes.

I did some digging online and it seems like this is the lowest priced stainless steel egg poacher available. Should come in handy during this neverending lockdown! Also, says it comes with a 10-year guarantee which is pretty decent
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No need for vinegar or stirring. The water should be just off the boil so that it doesn't move. Break an egg into a cup, lower the cup into the water and gently tip the egg out.

Use fresh eggs. To test, put the egg in a bowl of cold water. The more it tips up on end, the older it is (gas in the egg increases in volume as the egg ages, making it more buoyant).
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Cracking deal. No yolk.
ChampEon25/05/2020 14:58

That was an eggcellent pun

I tend not to chicken out of these things.
old_mikefield25/05/2020 15:00

I tend not to chicken out of these things.


Good to know you don't crack under pressure
don't think i want to shell out the money for this
steve23325/05/2020 15:12

don't think i want to shell out the money for this


Tell me you're yolking its a good price!
I scrambled to get this deal
This deal is going to get boiling hot.
Edited by: "ashtrex" 25th May
ChampEon25/05/2020 14:58

but they always end up a stringy mess whenever I attempt to cook them


Pour in about a tablespoon of vinegar first, crack the eggs in and let them just simmer there until they go white, then swirl the water around to finish off the yolk.
The vinegar acts as a coagulant, you can't taste it.

You can be a bit cheffy and swirl the water around first, but it looks the same to me
Edited by: "horsey" 25th May
No need for vinegar or stirring. The water should be just off the boil so that it doesn't move. Break an egg into a cup, lower the cup into the water and gently tip the egg out.

Use fresh eggs. To test, put the egg in a bowl of cold water. The more it tips up on end, the older it is (gas in the egg increases in volume as the egg ages, making it more buoyant).
Might have to poach one of these for myself.
These stuff just don't work.
Electric egg boilers can also be used for poaching. Once you figure out how much water to put in to get them how you like, you can have them exactly as you like every time from then on. You can usually get them for about a tenner, so cheaper than this pan.
Edited by: "dewonderful" 26th May
A good vortex in some just off boiling water is all you need to poach an egg, you've got to get the egg into the water very quickly as the protein denatures rapidly.
Edited by: "Rhythmeister" 27th May
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