Resto Nonstick Egg Poacher (7-in.) by Demeyere
Brunchtime! This stainless Egg Poacher by Demeyere will help you prepare the perfect eggs Benedict, poached eggs with corned beef hash, poached eggs in broth…getting egg-cited? Made of 18/10 stainless steel, it features a 5 layer base for even heat distribution with a ¼-in. pure aluminum core. The p... See complete description »
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Brunchtime! This stainless Egg Poacher by Demeyere will help you prepare the perfect eggs Benedict, poached eggs with corned beef hash, poached eggs in broth…getting egg-cited? Made of 18/10 stainless steel, it features a 5 layer base for even heat distribution with a ¼-in. pure aluminum core. The pan measures 7-in. across and has a matching tempered glass lid, so you can keep an eye on food as it cooks. Stainless insert allows you drop in the 4 detachable nonstick egg-poaching cups. Or use the saute pan alone for sauces, vegetables, grains or melting butter. Handle is designed to stay cool (warm) to the touch at most stovetop temperatures.
I got the egg poacher for Walt who loves poached eggs. He really enjoys using it and it is very easy to get the eggs out. This poacher can also be used as a sauce pan. It is very well made and I would recommend this to anyone that likes poached eggs.
This is the third egg poacher I've purchased from Demeyere (2 were gifts for others). It poaches eggs perfectly. It's not too heavy to handle but heavy enough to conduct heat properly. Eggs never stick to the cups. We love it.
The egg poacher works wonderful. The eggs slide right out with no sticking.
This is a great product. Only drawback is you need an implement to make the little handle on the individual poacher stand up enough to pick it up with a pot holder. Does a great job otherwise.
I have tried many egg poachers including electric one. This one is by far the best one I have ever used. I had trouble with the eggs sticking in the cups in the past, but this one the eggs come out perfect. I think it is well worth the price I paid for 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.