8-in. Specialties Nonstick Egg Poacher by Farberware
Here is the perfect ‘breakfast in bed’ pan! Not only does it make perfect poached eggs, it’s the perfect size for making a two-person omelet– you’ll love the nonstick surface inside and out. Handy in ...; See complete description »
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Very disapointed. Plastic inserts stick even with coating; insert handles not managable by hand (hot) and too small for grasping with a towel for heat pad; soft "3 minute egg" takes 4.5 minutes and seems variable- not sure how egg will turn out; cleaning 4 seperate inserts each with residual egg stick is a bit of a pain with daily use.
I would have returned it but for the time lapse. Now its in the basement and the old one is back in use.
The bottom of the pan is not flat so the pan rocks. The cups are a hard plastic which is fine, however, I have used margarine, butter and a cooking spray and nothing stops the sticking. I don't use it now as much as I wanted because of the scrubbing I have to do to clean the cups. I am really disappointed because I expected much more of this product.6 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Sorry, but It is not a good purchase.5 of 5 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Plastic egg cups are hard to clean. Eggs stick to them if they are not buttered heavily before putting egg in. A metal, teflon coated egg cup would be 1000 times better and I would have been willing to pay a bit more for this.
It took a longer time than I had expected to receive my order. Not very fast in the order processing or shipping.
The egg poacher
Hmmmm. I don't think anyone makes a truly good egg poacher. The eggs stick to the removable plastic containers and even with cooking spray, the eggs resist removal.
But, the tray the egg cups sit in is well designed and steams the eggs to a perfect poach.
The trick is getting the eggs out of the poacher.