Silicone Egg Poachers

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How to Poach an Egg

How do you poach an egg? In this episode of Culinary Intelligence from the CIA, The Culinary Institute of America’s Chef Bill Briwa shares his favorite tips. Hint: it’s all about gathering the ingredients and equipment together before you begin. Learn more at: http://www.ciachef.edu CIA Degree and Certificate programs: http://www.ciachef.edu/academics CIA Restaurants: http://www.ciarestaurantgroup.com Founded in 1946, The Culinary Institute of America is the world’s premier culinary college. The independent, not-for-profit CIA offers associate and bachelor's degrees with majors in culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, management, applied food studies, and culinary science, as well as certificate programs in culinary arts and wine and beverage studies. The college also offers award-winning, on-campus restaurants that are open to the public. In addition, the CIA has a wide selection of courses for food and wine enthusiasts, wine education programs, and professional development and consulting services in support of innovation for the foodservice and hospitality industry. The college has campuses in Hyde Park, NY; St. Helena, CA; San Antonio, TX; and Singapore.

35 UNBELIEVABLE COOKING HACKS

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L'oeuf poché

De l'eau frémissante, un peu de sel, du vinaigre et un oeuf extra frais, c'est la martingale de l'oeuf poché réussi sans plastique, sans précuisson ni tourbillon. Lorsque l’œuf est extra frais le blanc est dense et entoure naturellement bien le jaune. Plus d'infos sur les oeufs pochés dans cette page : http://chefsimon.com/gourmets/chef-simon/recettes/oeufs-poches--4

Poached Eggs for a Crowd (strainer method)

The best tool for poaching eggs is a Chinese colander. http://astore.amazon.com/beyondsalmon-20/detail/B001VZ8RGC (disclaimer -- if you purchase it from the above link I make a small commission) This colander is big enough to let you do up to 8 eggs at a time. The holes let you strain the liquid part of the white (I do this part in the sink). Then you gently lower the strainer into a large skillet with 1.5 inches of simmering salted water. Any skillet with 11+ inch diameter will work with this strainer. Depending on the shape of the sides, some 10 inch skillets fit it snugly too. Cook for 4 minutes at a bare simmer, remove to the paper towel and test for doneness. The yolk should feel like a water balloon. The white should be set. To save the eggs for serving later, transfer them to a bowl of cold water and refrigerate. The best way to rewarm is 15 min at 140F water. If you don't have a way to maintain steady 140F, bring a large skillet of water to a simmer. Take it off the heat. Add the eggs and let them warm up for 4 minutes. More info at: http://www.beyondsalmon.com/2015/11/poached-eggs-for-crowd-strainer-method.html

GAINWELL Silicone Egg Poacher Review - Silicone Egg Cookers, Boiler Instructions

The GAINWELL Silicone Egg Poacher can be seen here on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2jFXzD8 An amazing silicone egg poacher! Thanks to the seller for providing me with a discount for my honest and unbiased opinion. I am very appreciative. Okay now, so let's get to it! This little egg poacher really shocked me, I must admit. When I saw it, I nearly laughed because it was -- well -- silicone and looked like it would melt. But no matter what I thought, I decided to give it a try and it worked not only good -- but GREAT! These egg poachers cook a perfectly poached egg in exactly 7 minutes after the water boils. You first begin with boiling the water (about 1.5 inches deeps) and use oil or some kind spray like PAM in your silicone cups. Then crack your egg and drop it into the cup. Turn off your boiling water, drop the cup into the water, turn your heat back on and continue boiling for 7 minutes over medium heat. Use a lid (slightly cracked or vented) as you cook it for 7 minutes. Then, when it's done, lift out the cup with a large spoon and allow to cool for about 1 minute. Then slide it out... voila! GAINWELL Silicone Egg Poacher Review - Silicone Egg Cookers, Boiler Instructions: I found the convenience to be much easier and cleaner than using the microwave. Tip 1, do not cover the boiling pot all the way, otherwise too much steam collects in the cup. GAINWELL Silicone Egg Poacher Review - Silicone Egg Cookers, Boiler Instructions: Tip 2, always spray the cup with some sort of non-stick spray, as it aids in the release of the eggs from the cup. GAINWELL Silicone Egg Poacher Review - Silicone Egg Cookers, Boiler Instructions: Tip 3, do NOT use a high setting or else the boiled water will enter into the cup and drown the eggs. Now one of the bad things I found with these are that the eggs do collect some water residue from the steam steam, so you do have to slight drain the egg before taking them out -- but it's very little water, maybe 1/4 teaspoon of water, so that's no big deal. It's super easy to clean and store away, so they are extremely easy to use. I saw that some people were talking about instructions and how it didn't come with them -- but they do. They are printed on the backside of the plastic wrap they came in. I took a photo to show people. I really like these egg poachers a lot and I'm very happy to have them! I highly recommend them.

Silicone Egg Poachers Product Review
How to make poached eggs
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