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Hi Paulina,no the cups are made of plastic but coated similar to non stick,in my opinion a very good poacher of quality construction and the handle doesn't get hot,hope that answers your question.
By Mr. Alan Curtis on 31 January 2016
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Yes,we have an induction hob and it definitely works.
By Steve Y. on 25 June 2014
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Yeah never had any problems with any size of eggs. Very happy with the pan and cups, the pan makes a very good little frying pan.
By JC on 23 June 2017
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Yes you can.
By Charlotte on 14 November 2016
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No the cups will only take medium chicken eggs, don't think this product would be much use to you if you plan to poach duck eggs.
By lynz on 27 May 2014
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It is stainless steel and a dream to clean. The egg poacher, however, is non stick. Hope this helps!
By Esther C. on 09 January 2017
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Trial and error apply here. I like my eggs with the yolks runny and the whites firm, I boil the water, add the eggs to the holders which I grease with butter, put on the lid and as soon as the albumen turns white, remove from the heat. The eggs will continue to cook, so either serve straight away for very soft, or leav… see more Trial and error apply here. I like my eggs with the yolks runny and the whites firm, I boil the water, add the eggs to the holders which I grease with butter, put on the lid and as soon as the albumen turns white, remove from the heat. The eggs will continue to cook, so either serve straight away for very soft, or leave a while longer for everything to cook more. Hope this is useful. see less Trial and error apply here. I like my eggs with the yolks runny and the whites firm, I boil the water, add the eggs to the holders which I grease with butter, put on the lid and as soon as the albumen turns white, remove from the heat. The eggs will continue to cook, so either serve straight away for very soft, or leave a while longer for everything to cook more. Hope this is useful.
By Kenny on 03 December 2016
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I always use large eggs in mine and that is fine.
By lin toynbee on 11 February 2017
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Very little, you only need to make steam to poach eggs, 3/4 minutes.Say just one mug of water. Boil the water in the kettle ( it's quicker) and pour it into the poacher. I butter the egg holders, then the finished eggs slide out easily.I hope this helps.
By Elly on 24 May 2015
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I've only used it on gas, but it is a great solid pan.
By Mad Maz on 30 March 2015