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Yes, in theory, you could do that. But it might not be very stable in the simmering water. And it might be hard to lift out. There are cups made of silicone https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fusion-Brands-Poachpod-Silicone-Poacher/dp/B000P6FD3I that are easier to use.
By JQR on 29 April 2017
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Definitely large eggs, as that is the only size we use. Extra large might just be a tad too big. However, give it a try to see if extra large fits. I only purchased them to replace worn out originals.
By Seafarer on 18 April 2017
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diameter of the holes in my poacher = 7cms.
Cups fit perfectly into these holes
wider diameter of outer cup= 7.5 cms… see more
diameter of the holes in my poacher = 7cms.
Cups fit perfectly into these holes
wider diameter of outer cup= 7.5 cms
Any other dimensions you need? see less
diameter of the holes in my poacher = 7cms.
Cups fit perfectly into these holes
wider diameter of outer cup= 7.5 cms
Any other dimensions you need?

By Lesley Cobill on 14 March 2014
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