What Is an Egg Poacher Pan?

Mar 06, 21
What Is an Egg Poacher Pan?

If you are looking for a new kitchen tool and something to replace your old stand mixer then an Egg Poacher Pan could be what you're looking for. It will give you the flexibility to cook all manner of things in this versatile and useful cooking tool, and it can also be used for frying as well. The great thing about these products is that they have been improved upon over the years. There are many types of poacher pans to choose from. But, here are some tips on what to look for when buying one:


Size: There are several sizes available in a poacher. Some are long waisted, while others have short waisted handles. If you only plan to use it at home for eggs then it's probably best to buy the small ones. However, if you cook and eat eggs at a restaurant often or you're going to use it more than once to cook an assortment of eggs then you'll want a longer and wider pan.


Set Up: One thing to remember with a poacher is that it is usually deep fried. This means that you may need to use a tablespoon for each egg you plan to cook. On the other hand, if you buy one of the smaller frying pans then it will be okay for you to only cook an egg or two at a time. You will just need to turn the handle to regulate the amount of cooked eggs.


Size Matters: You will need a much wider pan to cook an egg than you would for frying. This is because a frying pan is usually made from cast iron and its temperature is hotter so it conducts the egg's heat much better. Using a poacher, you will want something more substantial that will keep the heat where you need it. A smaller egg poacher will allow you to control the heat, but you won't have as much control over the flow of the batter. If you want to make sure that every egg gets cooked evenly you will need a larger egg poacher.


Ease of Use: The great thing about the newer skillet models is that they are really easy to use. Even a novice will be able to quickly and easily flip the eggs in the skillet. Another great feature is that the heat up time is very fast. Most people don't like to wait long enough while their food cooks so these products allow you to flip through them quickly. Some of the newer eggs skillets also have self-cleaning features. They will automatically move the skillet away from your food when it begins to show signs of getting dirty.


There are many other features available on today's egg poacher pans. If you're shopping for a new one then take a look at all of the extra features. You may find something that you simply don't even remember having been around years ago. Today's egg poacher pans are not only handy and efficient, but they are fun as well.


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