Today I’m going to be reviewing the SimpleTaste Egg Cooker. This small kitchen appliance allows you to cook upto 10 eggs at a time.
Within a matter of minutes, you’ll be enjoying perfectly cooked eggs.
But how easy is this egg cooker? Will it be any good? Time to test it out!
Packaging and Contents.
The SimpleTaste Egg Cooker comes boxed in a White coloured cardboard box which features product images and written specifications printed on it. The box measures 22.0cm x 20.0cm x 20.0cm and weighs 995G.
Upon opening the box you’ll find the following contents; 1x Egg Cooker, 1x Lid, 1x Upper Egg Holder, 1x Lower Egg Holder, 1x Poaching Tray, 1x Omelette Tray, 2x Egg Holder, Measuring Jug (With Piercing Pin), 1x Multi-Lingual User Guide, 1x Quick Start Guide.
SimpleTaste Egg Cooker.
The SimpleTaste Egg Cooker is White in colour and features a transparent/clear plastic lid. The unit itself measures (With lid attached) 18.0cm in height x 16.0cm in width and diameter, the total weight is around 700G.
You get a UK (BS1363A) plug attached, the cable can be wound around the base for storage. In total the cable length is around 90.0cm.
The base features 4 non-slip rubber feet, perfect for use on a worktop.
Using the Egg Cooker.
Before use you need to clean over the unit using a damp cloth, hand wash the supplied attachments only as none of these are dishwasher safe.
I chose to start with some good old eggs and soldiers, I like my yolks runny (But still cooked) and always struggle to achieve this using a traditional pan as I normally over-cook them and they become too hard!
To start with you need to clean over the eggs, on the underside of the measuring jug you’ll see a piercing pin. you need to pierce each egg (On the bigger end) and place them into the Lower egg holder. On the jug you’ll see water levels for the quantity of eggs and how you’d like them to be cooked. Simply fill water to your desired line and pour into the metallic section of the cooker. Place the lid on top and power on the cooker by pressing sown on the power switch located on the front.
When your eggs are done an audible alarm sounds and all the water has been evaporated. Press down on the power switch again to turn it off. Remove eggs and run them under cool running water to stop the cooking process.
- Brand: SimpleTaste
- Model: Egg Cooker
- Model Code: N/A
- Manufacturer Code: N/A
- EAN: N/A
- ASIN: B07L3SY8SN
- Rated Voltage: 220-240V AC ~ 50Hz
- Rated Power: 600W
- Maximum Egg Volume: 10 Eggs
- Compliance: CE, RoHS
I really like the SimpleTaste Egg Cooker. It’s super easy to use and I found in around 5 minutes I was enjoying my boiled eggs and soldiers, perfectly cooked with a runny yolk. I’m yet to try out the omelette and poached eggs using the cooker, but I’m sure they’d be just as great as the boiled eggs.
I think it would be best if the internal components were dishwasher safe, but aside from that I can’t see or find anything wrong with the cooker.
It’s quite small in size too and don’t take much to pack away, which is great too!
If you want the SimpleTaste Egg Cooker for yourself, it’s available for purchase only on Amazon. The RRP for this product is £19.99.
Product sample provided by SimpleTaste in exchange for a detailed, unbiased review.
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