How do you use an egg poacher pan?


Fill the egg poaching pan with half an inch of water and bring to a simmer over medium heat. Spray the cups with cooking spray. Crack one egg into each cup and cover and cook until done.

The eggs should take about 2 to 4 minutes to cook. Remove the eggs from the pan and place on individual plates. Season with salt and pepper or other seasonings. The traditional way to serve poached eggs is over buttered toast. However, they can also be served over hash, on pancakes or combined with smoked salmon over brioche. Poached eggs are generally healthier than fried eggs.

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1. Remove the top part of the pan that houses the egg cups. Fill the pan with water so that it just touches the bottom of the cups-some egg poacher pans have fill lines to make it
u put some butter on each of the separate.
Let's say you are making cheesecake. You can use a springform pan by lining the bottom with parchment paper so you can get remove it once it is cooked. Make sure the two springform
I have tried those and do NOT like them. No matter what method I used, they felt & tasted like rubber -- sorry, maybe someone has discovered the correct method. Good luck.
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How to Use an Egg Poacher Pan
Egg poacher pans vary, but the concept is always the same: to simplify the classic egg-cooking technique where an unshelled egg is cooked in a hot water bath. The traditional method--simply cracking an egg into a pot of boiling water--can be messy, and... More »
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