Krona Egg Poacher (10-in.) by Norpro
One egg, two egg, how 'bout a poached egg? In minutes, this stainless steel egg holder and saute pan will gently poach up to 5 eggs, each in its own individual cup. The pan is made of stainless steel-coated aluminum and conducts heat evenly as it simmers your eggs to perfection. The lid is heat-temp... See complete description »
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One egg, two egg, how 'bout a poached egg? In minutes, this stainless steel egg holder and saute pan will gently poach up to 5 eggs, each in its own individual cup. The pan is made of stainless steel-coated aluminum and conducts heat evenly as it simmers your eggs to perfection. The lid is heat-tempered glass. Use the 10-in sauté pan separately for cooking vegetables, seafood, fritattas -- or prepare a hollandaise sauce for your poached eggs. It's a dual purpose deal for a single-pan price!
This pan is a 2 in 1 pan, cooks evenly & cleans like a dream!
Makes restaurant quality poached eggs. I would recommend and buy again.
Just received my egg poacher and it is just as I remembered as a young girl! Quick perfectly cooked eggs. This poacher is stainless steel-no chemicals leaking into my eggs from a non-stick variety. It holds five eggs-which is perfect for my family-and cleans up quickly. Thanks for a wonderful pan!
I really like this egg poacher, and it is well designed. The inserts can be removed and cleaned easily and the poacher cups are also easy to clean. The pan it comes in is 10 inches in diameter and 2.5 inches deep. The handle is easy to grasp and is not rivited to the main pan, but appears to be very sturdy. The lid is a 10 inch diameter glass with a metal sealer ring and a round top handle that is easy to grip. The pan and lid, without the inserts, can be used for cooking other dishes and is also easy to clean.
When poaching eggs you have to use butter or spray in the cups, so the eggs will release easily.
I found it was easy to over cook the eggs unless you test it to find out how you like your eggs and time it. They cook very rapidy in this poacher.
My poacher is a the 5 cup model and there is a smaller 4 cup model. I would recommend it to
anyone as it is great for a family or individual. You can fill only the number of cups with eggs that you are going to use at the time. Also the price for the Egg Poacher was very good for the quality of the item. Only one caution is that when the eggs
are done and you remove the glass lid, the steam is very hot. Removing the egg cups also allows the steam from the bottom to escape. So you must protect you hand and arm if you are prone to being burned by sudden steam escaping. Leave all the egg cup in the poacher even if they are empty. Otherwise is is a good buy for any one.
easy to use, easy to clean
I'm extremely happy with this product.
I purchased the egg poacher for my daughter. It was the only one I could find with metal cups and not those black cups. I had bought the same kind for her several years ago but it was lost in a recent move, and she wanted the same kind because she had melted a black cup on the last one that she had. It took me a while on line to find the product that I wanted. Personally I would prefer a smaller one with 4 cups but I never found one.
Very pleased with the product-a little butter and the eggs slipped right out. Can use for other things like heating up small amounts of food.
I have gone through a few egg poachers, teflon coated, and finally ound this wonderful one. The best choice I ever made, I paid more than I have ever had before, but thisone shall be my last one for along time.
I have been searching for a good egg poacher for years and am delighted to find this one by Norpro. I tried a poacher with plastic cups which gave the eggs a decidedly plastic taste, and I returned it. This poacher leaves no taste in the eggs and is very easy to use. I spray the cups with Pam, and the eggs slip right out of the cups. Love having 5 cups. No drawbacks to this product!
The egg poacher works well. It has a nice glass lid and it is easy to get the poacher cups in and out and easy to clean. The stainless steel is a little thinner than I anticipated. I hope that it will be long lasting.
evenly cooks eggs to perfection in exactly four minutes after water reaches boiling point. Mandatory that the egg cups are well-coated with butter (oil, margarines do not work nearly as well) to ensure that egg slips out without breaking or sticking.
I have had many egg poachers that I had to get rid of. This is a keeper, perfect size and quality.
I would highly recommend this product to anyone that doesn't enjoy eating specks of teflon with their poached eggs:) Just a spray of oil into each cup prevents the eggs from sticking. Eggs cook fast, just don't forget to spray the cups or you will need steel wool to get the stuck on egg cleaned off.
I was happy to find a stainless steel egg poacher without no-stick coating. I lubricated the egg cups with olive oil and they didn't stick at all. Eggs come out great. The glass lid gives a clear view of the eggs as they cook. The pan is heavy enough to use for cooking other than egg poaching so it's not just a single purpose tool.
It's very hard to find an egg poacher without nonstick coatings, so I was happy to find this one. No problems with sticking at all if you use a little butter, spray, or oil in the egg cups--they slide right out. Good, even cooking and perfect poached eggs every time.
I have been looking for an egg poacher without non-stick cups and this fits the bill.
It's nicely made and the egg cups are deep enough (my previous poacher's cups were just a bit small, so there was always a mess).
I was very happy to find a stainless steel egg poacher with stainless steel egg cups. The poacher does a great job and the poached eggs turn out just the way we like them! I spray the egg cups with a little bit of Pam and sometimes add a little margarine or butter (for flavor) before adding the eggs to the cups. In fact, egg whites can be poached in the cups (without the egg yolks) if egg yolks are not permitted in your diet. I would recommend this product!
I was excited based on all the positive reviews, but I'll probably end up throwing this one away. The little egg pans are too deep. You have two choices on how the eggs turn out: (1) runny yolks but the whites around the yolks aren't cooked all the way through or (2) hard yolks where the whites take on a rubbery texture in parts of them. Perhaps there's a 15 second window where they turn out better, but I think the flaw is in the design of the egg cup: too deep, not wide enough. A shallower egg cup would have allowed for more even cooking. We have another single egg poacher that is wider/shallower and it cooks perfect poached eggs... only problem is the one at a time thing for our family of 6.
I use this stainless poacher 5 or 6 times a week for breakfast. Therefore, it stays out on my stovetop and I only clean the pan once a week. A light coat of goat butter works best to keep the eggs from sticking. I've tried olive oil and cow butter, but goat butter does it best. It's a lot less butter than I would use for eggs in a skillet.
After some use, you might see some light spotting or discoloration developing at the bottom of the pan. That can be cleaned up by scrubbing with Bon Ami and a bristled brush (not a heavy duty scrub pad). Warning: after poaching don't drop the steaming hot cups into cold dishwater, or the little thermoplastic handles might crack from the extreme temperature change. If I didn't use this daily, it would be a little cumbersome to store with so many loose parts. Sometimes I wish I could hang the whole contraption up on a pot rack, but that would require duct tape or something. Other than those minor disappointments, this a great product. Have had this for about a year and a half now, and bought another one last year as a gift for a friend who admired it.
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When preparing water for poaching eggs, add a 1-2 tablespoons of white vinegar. This will help the whites coagulate better.