Ceramic Microwave Egg Cooker is Easy, Fast, and Healthier
Watch the video to see how to make poached eggs in microwave
What to expect from Ceramic Microwave Egg Maker
♥ best way to cook eggs
♥ saves energy, time, and money
♥ cooks in 40 seconds
♥ less supervision required
♥ easy to use
♥ higher nutrition retention
♥ healthier alternative than plastic egg cooker or regular pan
♥ durable English porcelain
♥ dishwasher and microwave safe
The cooker gets very hot; use a pot-holder or a dishcloth when removing it from the oven.
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Here is Why You Should Get the Ceramic Microwave Egg Cooker
Do you have trouble starting your day with an excellent lean, healthy breakfast that will not break the bank, and it will not take all the time you have in the morning for social media? Ceramic Microwave Egg Cooker is a solution for you.
You can choose the hard way or the easy way. The hard way is first, let the water boil or let your pan be hot. Second, cook your egg for a couple of minutes. You then have to scrape all the stuck bits of egg off the pan and scrub everything by hand.
In contrast, the easy way, is first, crack the egg into the Ceramic Microwave Egg Cooker, second, place it in a microwave and cook initially for 30 seconds, add another 10 seconds at the end of the first cycle, and after 40 seconds, your egg is ready. The only utensil to be washed is your dishwasher safe egg poacher cup. Watch the video above for a full description of how to make poached eggs in the microwave.
Of course, cooking time might need some adjustment for microwaves with varying watts of power. If the egg looks undercooked, try 10 seconds increments at a time. You’ll find out the best timing for your preferred doneness in no time.
In addition to practicality, making a proper over easy egg in microwave is beneficial to your health. Because the cooking process is so fast, the egg doesn’t lose its nutritional properties, while cooking with traditional methods, the dry heat kills the nutrition of the egg. That is why microwaved eggs have a high percentage of vitamins as well as folic acid.
Cooking two eggs in the same egg poacher might cause more stream to escape and break the lid, and for an extra precaution, I like to poke the yolk with a toothpick. Therefore, this microwave egg poacher is for cooking one egg at a time.
Cheap plastic egg microwave cookers are everywhere; however, plastic may release toxins in the food, while ceramic egg cookers are perfectly safe.
Note that ceramic is a great heat conductor, and because microwave poached egg maker has a lid, it retains a lot of heat, even with the steam releaser on the top. Therefore, use pot-holds to protect your hands when taking the egg poacher out of the oven.
Finally, I wheel-thrown this Ceramic Microwave Egg Cooker using fine porcelain to give both strength and beauty to the piece. The glazes are lead-free, and the poacher is dishwasher and microwave safe, of course.
Cooking eggs in the microwave using Ceramic Microwave Egg Cooker by Fine Ceramics Online is straightforward, fast, and healthier.
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