What I’m Trying – Fusionbrands Poachpods

Written by Diana - August 22, 2012 0 Comments

Poaching is one of lower fat ways to prepare eggs. I love eggs over medium, cooked in olive oil but left still runny. I like poaching, but they’re always messy when I do it, leaving little trails of egg floating around and sometimes sticking. Forget cooking a bunch of eggs at once. I’ve been eyeing Fusionbrands Poachpods wondering if they work. When I was offered a chance to try them out, I went for it.

The poachpods are food safe silicon cups – that you place the uncooked egg in before dropping it in the pan to poach. So no swirling tentacles of egg all over the pan, it’s all contained in the poachpod. You boil the water, drop the poach pod with the egg into the pan, top with a lid and when it’s poached, pull it out of the pan, turn it over and flip the egg out.

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Poachpod unpoached eggs

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I’ve been playing with it a little, and these are my observations.

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Poachpod poached eggs

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Weirdly shaped poached eggs on toast

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All in all, it’s a cool product.

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Disclosure: Fusionbrand Poachpods were sent to me for a review. This is an unpaid post, my opinions are my own.

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