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Nordic Ware 2 Cavity Egg Poacher Kitchen Cooking Gadget Review

Hey what’s going on welcome to the
9malls review of something that I saw
at my local grocery store it’s the
Nordic egg poacher perfect results every
time cooks one to two eggs and under two
minutes BPA and melamine free and it’s
just kind of a little plastic container
these seem to be very popular for eggs
so this is kind of a different one it’s
a different type of plastic I’ve noticed
and so maybe it’s a little bit healthier
so there we go it’s just a little
plastic container that opens up all
right to make the eggs all you have to
do is crack one egg into each cup of egg
poacher base pierce each egg yolk with a
fork and add 1/2 teaspoon water to each
cup add water to empty Cup if only
cooking one egg and one egg cooks for 30
to 45 seconds to a clips for 45 to 60
seconds cooking times may vary based on
different microwaves let’s take stand
for 30 seconds before removing allow
eggs to finish cooking all right so I’m
taking the eggs out of the fridge here
there’s one two all right there we go
there we go and so you have to pierce
each egg yolk with a fork all right so
it’s been sitting 30 seconds inside of
the microwave cooked for a minute just
kind of here are some explosion sounds
in the microwave but luckily this lock
stayed in place and it didn’t get all
over so it was nice alright so there we
go there’s one and two and I think to
space on what I’m looking at right now I
probably put on a little bit less time
but let’s try this out see how it tastes
because it looks a little bit overcooked
but let me try it here we go
and yet not too bad definitely better in
a frying pan but I’d say if you’re in a
pinch and you want to cook eggs really
fast um you know there’s not much
cleanup with this little plastic
container so yeah and best of all this
product only caught $2.99 so I wanted a
good deal you want to cook eggs in the
microwave I think this is a very good
choice it’s a Nordic microwave egg
poacher it’s made in America
family-owned it says so I do recommend
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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.