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Nordic Ware 2 Cup Egg Poacher
Poaches 1 to 2 eggs in just minutes. Hinged cover with handle makes handling easy, cooks eggs fast, and protects from spattering. Microwave safe and oven safe up to 400 degree F. No. 64702: Width: 7.25, Height: 2.25, Length: 6.5, Color: White, Lid Type: Hinged, Warranty: 5 yr
|Recommended Use:||Poaching , Cooking|
|Fabric Content:||100% Multi|
|Size:||6.5"L x 7.25"W x 2.25"H|
|Features:||Freezer Safe , BPA Free , Non-stick , Melamine-free|
|Assembled Product Weight:||3.00 Pounds|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||6.50 x 7.25 x 2.25 Inches|
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- I place a small amount of butter in the bottom and then crack my eggs into each side. You will need to use a knife to pierce the yolk to keep it from exploding. Put a 1/2 Tablespoon of water on each egg (if you only cook one egg, still put water on both sides) Cook for 45 seconds to a minute and half. Start with the smallest cooking time until your eggs come out the way you like them. I cook for just under a minute, I like my eggs runny.by Sanandreyas7/3/2016Was this answer helpful? (4) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Not what the instructions say, but I spray Pam inside the bottom cups and then add 1/2 tsp. of water to each cup. Break an egg into each cup and then pierce the yolk with a fork or toothpick. Close the lid and place the poacher in the microwave. I set the timer for 1 minute, after which I take the poacher out and let it set for 30 seconds to finish steaming the eggs. If they still aren't done to my satisfaction, I then microwave them for a few more seconds (maybe 8).by Pastblasting7/3/2016Was this answer helpful? (8) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Hi Nanners7. The Nordic Ware microwave egg poacher is SO easy to use. Put a little water in the poacher (the side that sits flat on a counter top is the bottom side of the poacher), crack an egg into the water in the poacher, close the lid (I often leave the lid unlatched but still use it to cover the egg/s), and microwave. Try 30 seconds for 1 egg and 45 seconds for 2 eggs. Add extra time cautiously as the egg will poach very quickly once the water is heated. The more water you use, the longer it will take to cook and the egg will also be softer/runnier. Less water=quicker cooking, harder egg. Once you have a formula down for how much water you prefer in the poacher and how much time you like to cook your eggs, make sure after you remove the egg but before doing anything with the egg (it will stay hotter longer if you leave it whole) that you quickly clean up the well of the poacher where you cooked the egg. If you leave the poacher to sit, the dried-on egg white is a bear to get off! Cleaning it immediately not only saves you trouble later, but the poacher is ready for the next use.by Fionaussie1/10/2015Was this answer helpful? (14) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Directions are printed on the product wrapper. Here it is in short form. 1. 1 egg in each cup—along with 1/2 tsp. H2O each—2 eggs. Cook 75-100 seconds. 2. Alternate: 1 egg in 1 cup & H2O in the other—1 egg. Cook 55-70 seconds. 3. Let eggs stand for 30 seconds—to finish cooking. 4. Microwaves vary—Experiment with cooking times. I’ve had mine for 4 years and use it all the time.by EggMan58/17/2015Was this answer helpful? (28) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Nordic Ware is made in America.by Pastblasting1/10/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?