4 Cup Egg Poacher
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  • Avanti 20cm Egg Poaching Pan 4 Cup
    Avanti 20cm Egg Poaching Pan 4 Cup

    SpecificationsSuitable for most cook tops Glazed ceramic poaching cups ensures fuss-free cleaning Pan and poaching cup try made from enduring stainless steel Encapsulated pan base for fast even heat distribution Stay-cool nylon grip for handling comfort Heavy-duty glass lid with heat resistant knob and steam vent  Warranty Details

  • Raco Contemporary 20cm 4 cup egg poacher
    Raco Contemporary 20cm 4 cup egg poacher

    Raco Contemporary 20cm 4 cup egg poacher with glass lid. Suitable for all cooktops including induction.

  • Soho 4 Cup Egg Poacher by Wiltshire
    Soho 4 Cup Egg Poacher by Wiltshire

    Strong and reliable. High quality 18/10 stainless steel. Cool touch bakelite handle and knob. Suitable for gas, electric, induction, ceramic and halogen. Dishwasher safe.

    $71.96
    lyallway.com.au
  • Soho 4 Cup Egg Poacher by Wiltshire
    Soho 4 Cup Egg Poacher by Wiltshire

    Wiltshire is one of Australias most trusted household names - assisting Australians in the kitchen for over 65 years. This iconic brand produces a high quality range of kitchenware, to suit just about every household, no matter your cooking ability. For any cook wanting to create high quality food, it is essential that you have high quality equipment. For pefrectly poached eggs, Soho 4 Cup Egg Poacher is a ideal for your kitchen cupboard.

    $71.96
    izzz.com.au
  • Stuffed eggs
    Stuffed eggs

    Using ingredients that are on hand makes this appetiser very economical. Be sure to use enough mayonnaise so the yolk moisture remains moist and light. Piping the egg yolk mixture into the egg whites gives a lovely decorative effect.

    $19.98
    readersdigest.com.au
  • Potato, egg and bacon salad
    Potato, egg and bacon salad

    Cut the potatoes into 3 cm chunks and place in a large saucepan. Cover with cold water and bring to the boil. Cook for 10 minutes, or until tender. Drain well.Meanwhile, place the eggs in a small saucepan and cover with cold water. Bring to the boil and cook for 10 minutes, timing from when the water starts to boil. Cool under cold running water, then peel and cut into quarters.Heat the olive oil in anon-stick frying pan over medium heat. Cook the bacon for 5 minutes, or until crisp. Drain...

    $17.48
    readersdigest.com.au