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Egg Perfect Timer Item NO.: 1521020

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  • Material: Food grade plastic, FDA approved, BPA free.

Product Name Egg Perfect Timer
Item NO. 1521020
Weight 0.2 kg = 0.4409 lb = 7.0548 oz
Category Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets
Tag Egg Perfect Timer
Creation Time 2020-09-24

This remarkable little timer uses temperature instead of time to perfectly gauge whether a boiled egg is soft, medium or hard.

It absorbs heat exactly as an egg does, changing color from the outside edge in to show the level of doneness.
Rest this ingenious plastic egg on the pan bottom and it will change color as the boiling eggs progress from raw to soft, medium or hard boiled.
Adjusts automatically to the number of eggs and the level of water in the pot, making it easy to use and extremely reliable.

How it works: Kitchen Craft Colour Changing Egg Timer

Have you ever tried to crush an egg between your thumb and index finger? You should give it a go, it’s not as easy as it sounds. Eggs are amazing and what better way to eat them than simply boiled. Getting the perfect egg can be a tricky business though, and this is where the Kitchen Craft Colour Changing Egg Timer steps up to the job.


So if you dream of soft boiled egg and toast soldiers but always end up with grey-yolked rocks or the white that’s a little too runny, here’s a nifty tool to help you reach egg nirvana.


How it works:

1. Fill a pot with water and bring it to the boil.

2. Place the timer in the water at the same time as your room temperature eggs.

3. Watch as the colour lightens from the outside edge inwards. When the ring reaches the mark you are looking for, remove the pot from the heat and take the eggs out, running them through cold water to stop cooking.

4. Peel your eggs and enjoy their perfectly cooked deliciousness. The timer will carry on changing colour, as it’s heated now. When it comes back to room temperature, the colour will change back to red.

There you have it. It’s as easy as can be.

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