8-inch EGG POACHER Rack with 3 EGG CUPS fits skillets and low profile saucepans

8-inch EGG POACHER Rack with 3 EGG CUPS fits skillets and low profile saucepans

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Recently taken in on trade... 8-inch stainless steel egg poaching rack with 3 egg cups fits Health Craft 3Qt and 1¼Qt Sauté Saucepan, can be used as a steamer rack for stacking cooking. Fits pans 8-inches inside rim to inside rim. LIKE NEW! 

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Poached eggs are a delicious breakfast option that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. However, poaching eggs can be a bit tricky, especially if you are trying to achieve the perfect texture and consistency. Fortunately, using an egg poaching rack and cups can make the process much easier.

  1. Fill the skillet about halfway with filtered or purified water.
  2. Place the egg-poaching rack in the skillet.
  3. Lightly grease the egg poaching cups with unsalted butter, olive oil, or lard.
  4. Bring a pot of filtered or purified water to a simmer over medium-low heat 225ᵒF to 250ᵒ Do not use chlorinated tap water.
  5. While the water is heating, crack an egg into each cup in the rack.
  6. When the water begins to simmer, cover the pan, open the vent, and let the eggs cook for about 4 to 5 minutes, depending on how runny you like your yolks.
  7. Once cooked to your liking, using a fork insert the 2 center tines into the slot at the end of the poaching cup remove the cups from the rack, and gently slide the eggs out onto the toast, English muffin, or plate. Use a spoon if necessary.

Poached eggs are a delicious and nutritious addition to any meal. Not only are they a low-calorie source of protein, but they also contain a variety of essential vitamins and minerals. Here are some of the key health benefits of poached eggs:

  • High in protein: Poached eggs are a major source of protein, which is essential for building and repairing muscle tissue. One large poached egg contains around 6 grams of protein.
  • Low in calories: Poached eggs are a low-calorie food, with only around 70 calories per egg. This makes them a great option for anyone looking to lose weight or maintain a healthy diet.
  • Rich in vitamins and minerals: Poached eggs are a reliable source of a variety of essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamin B12, vitamin D, and iron. Vitamin B12 is important for maintaining healthy nerve cells, while vitamin D is essential for strong bones and teeth. Iron is important for the production of red blood cells.
  • Easy to digest: Poached eggs are easy to digest, which makes them a good option for anyone with digestive issues. They are also a reliable source of healthy fats, which can help to keep you feeling full and satisfied for longer.

Overall, poached eggs are a healthy and nutritious food that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. So why not try adding some poached eggs to your diet today and start reaping the benefits!

A poached egg is an egg that has been cooked by poaching in or over simmering liquid. This method of preparation is favored because a very consistent and predictable result can be attained with precise timing, as the boiling point of water removes the temperature variable from the cooking process.

If the eggs are at room temperature, the cooking time usually 3 minutes 30 seconds. If the eggs are taken from a refrigerator, then a longer time is required, though the exact time depends on the size of the egg, and other factors such as altitude.

Steam poaching is applied to a method whereby the egg is placed in the stainless-steel cup, suspended in the stainless-steel rack over simmering water. To cook, the pan is filled with water and brought to a simmer, or a gentle boil. The vented lid will be closed to hold in the steam, ensuring that the heat surrounds the egg completely. The cups are often lubricated with unsalted butter in order to effect easy removal of the cooked egg.

The result is remarkably similar to the traditional coddled egg although steamed eggs are often cooked for longer, and hence are firmer. Eggs so prepared are often served on buttered toast.
Dishes with poached eggs

Poached eggs are used in Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine.

Poached eggs are the basis for many dishes in Louisiana Creole cuisines as Eggs Sardou, Eggs

Portuguese, Eggs Hussarde and Eggs St. Charles. Creole poached egg dishes are typically served for brunches.

Several cuisines include eggs poached in soup or broth and served in the soup. In parts of central Columbia, for instance, a popular breakfast item is eggs poached in a scallion/coriander broth with milk, known as changua or simply caldo de huevo ("egg soup").

The Libyan dish Shakashouka consists of eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce.

In Italy poached eggs are typically seasoned with grated Parmigiano Reggiano and butter (or olive oil).

Turkish dish Cilbit consists of poached eggs, yogurt sauce with garlic and butter with red peppers.


  • 8-inch French gourmet skillet
  • 1.25Qt Sauté Saucepan
  • 3Qt Saucepan
  • T304S Surgical Stainless Steel
  • Dimensions: 8-inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 Lbs.