Egg Poacher Pan – The Best Poached Egg Cooker We Found!
If you want to make the easiest and best poached eggs, you will need an egg poacher pan. (See Our Video Below.)
Take a look at the pan we LOVE and use! —> Best Ever Egg Poacher Pan
We have personally tried many egg poaching pans because we love poached eggs and we swear this pan is the best – the perfect egg poacher! Poached eggs are healthy and fat-free eggs that can be served for a quick breakfast and then save the extras for the rest of the week!
Make extra poached eggs to have ready to go for an easy breakfast!
We use this pan every day to make our eggs in advance. You can typically store about 6 eggs in the fridge to use every morning. Just heat up in the microwave and serve with toast or fruit or a side of oatmeal.
Poached Eggs are Healthy Eggs –
Healthy poached eggs require no butter or fats to make delicious tasting eggs. These eggs are easy to cook, cool and store in the fridge to eat all week long! Breakfast is now ready in seconds. Make extra eggs and store in the refrigerator and heat in the microwave each morning.
Never Get an Upset Egg Stomach Again!
If you ever find your stomach feeling a little “unpleasant” after eating a plate of scrambled eggs, it’s because some people can’t tolerate eggs being cooked scrambled over high heat.
The solution isn’t to give up eating healthy eggs, the solution is to learn how to make the best poached eggs that the whole family will enjoy.
Some people like poached eggs better because they tend to be a little less calories than traditional eggs fried in butter or oils.
So after years and years of poaching experience, poaching eggs in a egg poacher pan is definitely the best way to go to make perfect poached eggs!
- Before you do anything, always make sure you are choosing the best and healthiest eggs possible.
You will need just 4 things to make your delicious, healthy and fat free eggs –
- Olive Oil Non Stick Cooking Spray
- Egg Poacher Pan
Step 1. Spray each cup with a light spray of your favorite cooking spray. Also add a few drops of oil as well if you would like but it’s not necessary.
Step 2. Break the eggs into the non-stick cups. Lightly salt and pepper the eggs.
Step 3. Put a couple of inches of water in the pan and bring to a light boil.
Step 4. Cover with the lid and let this cook for about 1 minute.
Step 5. Turn the heat off, but leave the egg pan on the burner. Let the steam gently cook
the eggs for about 3-4 minutes or until the eggs are cooked to your liking..
Step 6. Using a spoon, gently spoon around the sides and underneath the cooked eggs until they are easy to lift out. Have your plate nearby because eggs can be a bit slippery.
Of all the methods we have used to poach eggs, this method is the best. The eggs are never watery or broken apart, and they are easy to store if you want to take them to work or have a few the next day.
IF YOU LOVE POACHED EGGS – We Know You Will Love This Poached Egg Pan!
These poached eggs save well in the refrigerator, so always make extra, then you will have a delicious breakfast all week without having to cook.
We know you will love this little healthy pan, but if you have any questions, just let us know!
The Excelsteel Stainless 4 Non Stick Poached Egg Pan
- Constructed in stainless steel for durability (we love stainless steel)
- Stay cool handle
- Easy to clean
- Dishwasher safe
- Heavy and durable
- 4 Nonstick coated egg cups for easy extraction of eggs
- The pan itself is very nice and you can use it to cook lots of things!