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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Poached Eggs, 29 Feb. 2012
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This review is from: Poachies Egg poaching Bags - 20 Bags (Personal Care)
I searched for this item after hearing about it on BBC radio. I can't praise it enough! It does exactly what it says - wonderful poached eggs. I did not leave it boiling for the whole six minutes as recommended though as I prefer very soft yokes. Even with the yoke soft though the white was completely cooked unlike previous methods I have used to poach eggs.

I highly recommend Poachies and intend to purchase another 20 bags very shortly.
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Initial post: 26 Mar 2013, 10:36:56 GMT
Last edited by the author on 26 Mar 2013, 10:37:17 GMT
Poachies says:
Hi, you don't have to worry about the Poachie sinking in the water, as long as you immerse it vertically with both flaps held together.

Poachies are designed to immerse fully in the water; as you lower them in vertically, the Poachie will sink, and as it does so top flaps will close together like magic, sealing the egg inside while it cooks.

Use 3/4 full Saucepan of water.

TO OBTAIN THE CLASSIC SHAPE always immerse the Poachie vertically into the gently bubbling water. Carefully hold it upright in the water for a few seconds before releasing, then as the Poachie gradually sinks, the "mozerella ball" shape will be formed.

Hope this helps

The Poachie Team

In reply to an earlier post on 28 Aug 2014, 11:50:05 BST
Last edited by the author on 28 Aug 2014, 11:52:02 BST
Serpicon says:
This isn't a proper, poached egg. It's a BOILED EGG! You just swapped the shell for a plastic bag. Shelling a warm, boiled egg is almost as easy as opening these bags, and the egg retains all of the white, and tastes just the same. You just need to know how long to boil the egg. (I suppose you could add seasoning etc, to these 'Poachies', but that's about the only benefit I can see. The secret of a good egg, poached, boiled or otherwise is simple. Always use fresh eggs. Straight from the hen! Viola!

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Mar 2015, 19:16:56 GMT
S. Green says:
Potential buyers ignore the comment from What The Dickens, it's been posted by someone that knows absolutely nothing about the product. Poachies are not "plastic" bags, they're made from woven paper like a teabag or a coffee filter. As such they are porous. The water soaks into the bag and makes contact with the egg and poaches it. All the Poachie does is hold the egg in shape while it cooks. In fact, if you leave the raw egg in the Poachie for more than a few seconds the egg white will soak through the bag and start to leak out. Believe me they work really well and deliver proper poached eggs every time - and I love my poached eggs!
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