The next time that craving for eggs Benedict or corned beef hash suddenly strikes, you'll be glad you added this Demeyere Resto Nonstick Egg Poacher to your collection of cookware. Poaching eggs in a traditional sauce pan can be a pain; even if you manage to crack the egg perfectly and get it into the gently boiling water without breaking the yoke, it's difficult to keep the whites intact and to remove the egg in one, pretty piece.
The Demeyere Egg Poacher solved those potential pitfalls by creating an ingenious stainless steel insert that holds detachable nonstick egg-poaching cups. Simply heat water to a slow roll in the sauté pan, drop in the insert, break one egg into each cup and replace the lid. Peer through the tempered glass lid and see that the egg whites have turned slightly opaque, remove the cover and retrieve your perfectly cooked eggs. The sauté pan itself is made of 18/10 stainless steel with a ¼-inch aluminum core and five layer base for the ultimate in durable construction and efficient, even heat distribution. Between poachings, the sauté pan can be used to warm butter for your eggs Benedict's hollandaise sauce or for a variety of other stovetop uses.