Fusion Brands Poachpod Egg Poacher Reviews
Product Type: Fusion Brands Kitchenware
Description:Brand: Fusion Brands / Product Type: Egg Poacher / The poachpod is a flexible silicone cooking tool for poaching eggs, ... more
Fusion Brands Poachpod Egg Poacher ... baking and moulding. The poachpodTM allows you to float and poach an egg in boiling water like a lily pad on a pond. When the egg is ready, flip the nonstick pod inside out and gently push the perfectly domed shaped egg out.
Newest Review: ... point. They are just the right size in which to fit an egg - no surprise there then! To give you an idea they sit comfortably ... more
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by - written on 21/07/11 (Very useful, 137 readings)
After reading many excellent reviews on Poachpods, I was keen to get my hands on a set. These cute looking green silicone pods promise to cook perfect poached eggs every time - and I love poached eggs! My local Sainsbury's put temptation in my way with a hanging display of Poachpods which I could just quickly pull off the column as I passed. They cost me £5 and I found it very easy to amalgamate them into my weekly shop without too much guilt. ~~Who makes them? ~~ The Poachpod is created by Fusionbrands; an American company that produces silicone kitchen gadgets such as the Fingertong and the Foodpod. Each of these gadgets look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/09 (Very useful, 724 readings)
* Les oeufs sont savoureux/Eggs are tasty* Like Marmite, you either love or hate poached eggs. For me, there are few treats tastier than a large, fresh egg cracked into a pan of gently swirling hot water with a little vinegar. Served on a slice of toast with a pinch of sea salt, a good poached egg is every inch the adult equivalent of egg with toast soldiers. * Je n'aime pas les cuiseurs électriques/I do not like electric cookers* When my girlfriend and I moved into our new flat, we were dismayed to see that our landlady had replaced a serviceable gas hob with an electric cooker - apparently for 'safety reasons'. Electric hobs are the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Poached Eggs are renowned for being one of the hardest things to perfect and I like many others have struggled to perfect the poached egg over the years. Rarely have I managed to master the feat of a perfect poached egg, even with countless tips from Mum's, Granny's and Television Chefs alike. Poached egg on toast happens to be my favourite way to each eggs. The poached egg is possible so satisfying to eat, not only for its runny round yoke but perhaps the sense of achievement that you have managed to crack it, pardon the pun, and actually have produced a poached egg and not some runny mess. I finally got round to purchasing something to help ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/11 (Very useful, 66 readings)
We are developing our cooking skills, we try to make fresh food every night, making rather than using pre-made dinners. We try where possible to make best use of what we buy and use leftovers for soups, stews and snacks and started buying Good Food, Delicious and Olive magazines for monthly recipe ideas and things to do with food. The reason I mention this is because Olive magazine was our inspiration for buying the Poachpad egg poacher. We saw this in the magazine and both felt this might help us actually perfect the poached egg, rather than making one successful poached egg in every three. This is a luxury buy really, you can always poach an egg ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I had seen these Poachpods in Lakeland catalogues numerous times, but was always put off buying them by my mum - she insisted that poaching eggs was easy, and that I didn't need one. Despite her many attempts to teach me though, I could never manage to get it right. My poached eggs always separated badly in the pan, and about half the white separated in thin strands. So eventually I gave up and bought myself a pack of two Poachpods, for around £5. The Poachpods are flexible silicone moulds into which you crack your raw egg, and then float in a pan of boiling water. Mine are yellow rather than the green here. You get a small instruction leaflet with the pods, ... Read the complete review
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