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jcpenney.com | Cuisinart® Egg Cooker

Cuisinart® Egg Cooker

web ID: 7804085

Boiled, poached or in an omelette, make eggs anyway you like them with this egg cooker that cooks up to ten eggs at a time.

 
  • cooks 10 eggs in shells to a hard, medium or soft consistency
  • poaching tray has a 4-egg capacity
  • omelette tray has a 3-egg capacity
  • measuring cup with piercing pin
  • 2 egg holders
  • on/off switch with indicator light
  • includes recipe book
  • BPA-free accents

AC current; 600 watts. Stainless steel. Measures 6.3x7.3x7.75"H. Wipe clean. Imported.
 

Rated 5 out of 5 by Wonderful! I own just about every kitchen appliance that is available, and besides my Kitchenaid mixer and my Cuisinart food processor, this is my VERY favorite appliance. I cannot ever imagine cooking another boiled egg again without using this egg cooker. The eggs are perfectly cooked every single time, but most importantly, the shells come off in sheets and peeling is insanely easy. I was the person that tried dozens of ways to boil and peel eggs and still had some eggs that didn't peel correctly. Well, NOT ANY MORE! Every time an egg is cooked, the shell comes right off. This should be a mandatory appliance in every kitchen and certainly should be on every new bride's registry. December 28, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Less then a year and now it leaks so eggs not cook I was happy when I got it now it wont cook properly November 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect Eggs Every Time I received this as a gift a couple years ago and used it almost every day. I took it into the office a few weeks ago and now a whole bunch of the guys at work are bringing eggs in every morning. This cooker is doing double shifts each morning churning out nicely boiled eggs for our staff! September 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by eggs! I have this egg boiler for a few years. I use it now and then...each time I need boiled eggs. It takes some time to cook the eggs, but I don't really care as long as I don't have to keep the time. I prefer to eat soft boiled eggs and it is quite easy to do it. Just use the right amount of water. The only time I don't use it to boil eggs is at Easter. I've never tried poached eggs. December 17, 2014
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