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Silicone Egglette Cooker

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Perfect poached eggs every time! The silicone container allows the eggs to cook perfectly. Helps eliminate the excess of egg whites. Floats on the simmering water for a perfect cooking process. Easy to open. Hold the poacher by the tip without burning your fingers.

  • Crack, boil and pop eggs out of the silicone pod.
  • Thermodynamic design allows eggs to cook just like in the shell.
  • Makes hard-boiled, soft-boiled and mini-omelets.
  • Non-stick silicone pod and easy to wash.
  • Comes in a set of 6, 3 and 1!

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Perfect poached eggs every time! The silicone container allows the eggs to cook perfectly. Helps eliminate the excess of egg whites. Floats on the simmering water for a perfect cooking process. Easy to open. Hold the poacher by the tip without burning your fingers.

Item Specifics:

  • Stocked & Eco-Friendly
  • Egg Poachers
  • Silicone Material
  • Certified CIQ, EEC, CE / EU, FDA, LFGB, SGS

 

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Quantity

6 Piece Set, 3 Piece Set, 1 Piece Set

69 reviews for Silicone Egglette Cooker

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ava Smith:

    This product is will Works well. if you follow the cooking times. Make sure to screw the cap on tight! You have to add in cooking spray and your eggs will come out perfectly!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anisa Patel:

    I discovered its secret. I do recommend spraying a little cooking spray first, but it’s so quick and easy to use.. and there’s no more mess to clean up

  3. 5 out of 5

    Norma Paris:

    I have 5 and they are constantly wanting eggs! I don’t like the egg cooker because I hate peeling them. This just makes life easier! I definitely recommend this product

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alison Lewis:

    A very good idea, easy to stick shell. The most important thing is that it can add some interesting foods inside. I need to slowly begin to explore it and make the most delicious boiled eggs.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Jackson:

    I have the normal egg bite mold and got these to make slightly bigger egg bites and be able to grab one and go. They work PERFECT! I added extra time when they were in the sous vide and they came out great! A quick pop in the microwave and hot egg bites anytime I want them without dirtying another dish.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Anthea Morgan:

    very good.I made some soft boiled eggs and they came out pretty good. It might take a couple of tries to get the oiling right but I like making eggs with this.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Cawley:

    I’m very happy with my silicone egg poachers. I don’t know why the manufacturer doesn’t include directions with them, though. That seems odd. I had to Google it. The system that works for me is to bring about 3/4 of an inch of water to a boil, spray the poachers with barely any nonstick spray, crack one egg into each poacher, then sit them carefully in the boiling water, put the lid on the pot, and turn the heat down to a simmer for about 7 minutes for large eggs. I find it’s better if the pot is a little on the wide side so that I’m not trying to reach down into the pan as I place the poachers, or I tend to spill the egg out the side of the poacher a bit. The eggs just pop right out of the poachers. I use only hot water to clean them, and I store them in a plastic container to keep them from attracting crumbs or whatever in the drawer. I am able to consistently get a cooked, but smooth textured white and a runny yolk with these poachers, and it is much easier than dealing with a swirling water bath.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Manual Agosto:

    Wow! How easy are these to use? This morning I made the first poached eggs of my life and these Silicone Egg Poachers made that task super easy. I put an inch and a half of water in a 3 quart sauce pan and heated it to a slight boil. I reduce the heat and placed the egg poachers in the water and put the lid on the pan and let them cook for 5 minutes. The whites were done perfectly and the yoke was soft and juicy. I had sprayed crisco spray in the poachers before adding the eggs and they cleaned without any problem at all. I used my fingers to pick the poachers out of the pan which was tricky to keep from getting burnt. One of the eggs came out of the poacher and landed in the water. I simply used a slotted spoon to retrieve it with no harm done. I think next time I will use the slotted spoon to lift the poachers from the water. Two poached eggs for breakfast are not quite enough for me so I think I will buy two more of these poachers. I am very satisfied with this product.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Gary Armstrong:

    Let me start off by saying that I was a HUGE skeptic here. I’ve had various poachers over the years, and most of them either don’t poach the egg correctly or they eventually stick to the cup, regardless of manufacturer claims. BUT….I figured at this price and with good reviews I had nothing to lose. When I got them (very timely shipment, with an email preceding the arrival from the shipper with cooking tips….that’s cool) I was even a bigger skeptic because for whatever reason, I was expecting something more sturdy. Fast forward to this morning, I sprayed PAM into each one, cracked an egg, lightly seasoned the top and floated them according to instructions. I did 5 mins on an electric stove with the heat turned way down in a covered saucepan with just enough water to make them float. These are by far the BEST poached eggs I’ve ever made and they rival anything you can get in a restaurant. They slid right out onto a piece of toast. You do have to do a bit of a balancing act when removing them from the water as they are so flexible, but that is such a minor point that it hardly bears mentioning. Easy cleanup, dish soap and water. TWO THUMBS UP!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Terry Hesticles:

    I bought these because my wife was excited with them,so I got them and tried.I oiled,put them in the water, boiling.There is a very small breather hole on the lid so they won’t explode.And out of the 6 I cooked 4 regular eggs and 2 omelette. Stirred up the egg, added cheese and meat.Boiled for 16 minutes. The omelette was seasoned and tasted great although it was more like scrambled egg, the hard boiled looked funny but tasted good.Maintaining a suitable water depth is critical,or it will flip upside down in the pot easily.Water as deep as half an egg cup is enough.And I also try it in the microwave with the usage written in the product description,more convenient,and it really suit for microwave.Love them!Final opinion is they taste good and worthy to be attempted.

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