Perfect Poach

Poached egg perfection is guaranteed when you use these convenient little paper cookers. Just crack an egg into the nonstick bag and immediately drop into simmering water. In just a few minutes, your egg will emerge with a perfectly round shape, sliding easily onto a plate for the ultimate eggs benedict, breakfast sandwich or composed salad. A simple, neat and fat-free way to prepare eggs with perfect results every time. Poach eggs one at a time or in batches-great for brunch parties. Single-use nonstick waxed-paper bags are recyclable and biodegradable. Set includes 20 Perfect Poach bags.
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April 6, 2015
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Don't waste your money
April 6, 2015
This product is a TOTAL failure!!! Egg gets stuck inside and it over cooks the whites and you don't let eggs cool before serving as the directions said to. Egg leaks out of pouch the minute it is dropped into the boiling water!! Easter morning breakfast failure!! Went to scrabbled eggs instead - very disappointed.
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Houston, TX
Posted April 22, 2015
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Helpful tips
I've never used this product so I can't help with that, but here are some poached egg tips:
1. Boiling water is too hot for poached eggs. The water should be simmering. The ideal water temperature for poaching eggs is 180-190 degrees Fahrenheit.
2. Add a tiny bit of acid (lemon juice or vinegar) to the water. The acid will help the egg hold it's shape.
3. Swirl the water prior to adding in the egg. This will help develop the shape of the egg.
4. Try to stay away from B grade eggs if you can help it. AA and A grade eggs are much better for poaching, frying, and other egg preparations where the integrity of the egg is vital.
Hope this helps!
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