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Egg poacher for family of 4 - induction

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IWillSurviveHeyHey Sat 13-Jan-18 06:51:55

We eats lost of eggs in this household. I was looking for an 8 hole egg poacher that's suitable for an induction cooker but I wonder if it would be a waste when we only want to cook 2 eggs? Should I just get the 4 egg one? Any recommendations?
This is the one I had in mind: www.amazon.co.uk/KitchenCraft-Non-Stick-Induction-Safe-4-Cup-Poacher/dp/B0001IWWD4/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=induction+egg+poacher&tag=mumsnetforum-21&ie=UTF8&qid=1515826264&sr=8-2

Vitalogy Sat 13-Jan-18 07:16:04

Looks like the one I got from Wilkinson's, I couldn't get on with it. I keep on meaning to have a go at cooking them just in the hot water.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIvpbSEboYI

BlueCowWonders Sat 13-Jan-18 07:48:01

Poachies bags work really well
m.johnlewis.com/poachies-egg-poaching-bags/p231703604
Until my DH decided to teach himself how to poach eggs direct in water

statetrooperstacey Sat 13-Jan-18 07:56:40

I have had one like your link, it was a nightmare to wash so many pieces.
I have just bought a salter omelette maker. It also does plain eggs, you can put 1 or2 in each side shut the kid and perfect eggs in under 5 mins, no fat and no washing up, just a quick wipe of the inside. Really impressed with it. £15 in b and m but amazon sell them and similar.

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