How to use ceramic egg cooker

The ceramic egg cooker is a simple vessel that allows you to cook up a healthy breakfast in a just few minutes. It is easy to use and save time. It allows for cooking some delicious food in a few minutes. Just put an egg in the egg cooker, close the lid, and shake it, open the lid. Then, add your favorite ingredients in the egg cooker and close the lid. Then, put the egg cooker in a microwave. Wait for some few minutes and take out the delicious breakfast. It is very simple. If you know how to use a ceramic egg cooker, you will use it perfectly and your egg cooker will last for a long time. In this content, you will get all the information about the ceramic egg cooker.

Ceramic egg cooker user manual

Most of the people using ceramic egg cooker. If you are not satisfied with your egg cooker, just read the ceramic egg cooker user manual know some secret suggestions. May it will help you. Keep in your mind some tips about egg cooker.

1. Know about lid
2. Use and Care
3. Cleaning tips
4. Microwave Egg Cooking Tips And Guide
5. Safe guide

Know about the lid of an egg cooker

The most important thing is a lid for the egg cooker. This is a powerful lesson for a ceramic egg cooker. The lid includes a vent hole that lets steam escape as you cook and includes a silicon polymer seal, that keeps the lid secure. We can simply understand why this is necessary when microwaving. We don't want over boiling and making a mass food. The polymer seal ( gasket ) keeps the lid secure on ceramic egg cooker.

USE AND CARE

A. Always use with the silicone sleeve and lid gasket. The lid is intended to fit loosely. Do not tightly secure it on the vessel. See illustration for proper lid gasket placement.

B. Heat-resistant to 450°F(230°C). Safe to use in conventional, convection, and microwave ovens. Do not use under the broiler or on a direct heat source.

C. Freezer-safe. 

D. The aerosol nonstick spray is not recommended, it will create a sticky residue which is difficult to clean.

E. Use with whole eggs, egg whites, or egg substitute products.

CLEANING TIPS

A. Wash before using for the first time; dishwasher-safe.

B. The silicone sleeve and lid gasket can be removed and cleaned separately. See illustration for proper lid gasket placement.

C. Use with metal utensils may cause marring. To remove, marring, use a non-bleach, all-purpose liquid or powdered cleanser that is safe for glazed surfaces in the kitchen. Follow the cleanser’s directions for use.

D. Do not use abrasive cleaners.

Large Eggs COOKING GUIDE

1. For 1 egg 30 seconds. Stir. Add 10-second intervals as needed, stirring after each interval.
2. For 2 eggs 1 minute; stir. Add 10-second intervals as needed, stirring after each interval.
3. For 3 eggs 1 minute 10 seconds; stir. Add 10-second intervals as needed, stirring after each interval.
4. For 4 eggs 1 minute 20 seconds; stir. Add 10-second intervals as needed, stirring after each interval.

MICROWAVE EGG COOKING TIPS AND GUIDE

A. For best results, follow the directions provided.

B. This guide is based on timing with large eggs in a 1200 watt microwave. Less time may be needed for small or medium eggs, and more time may be needed for extra-large or jumbo-sized eggs.

C. Microwaves can vary. Adjust cook times to work with your microwave.

D. Because of variations in microwaves, the bottom of the eggs can remain uncooked. To prevent this from happening, stir the eggs as needed between cooking intervals.

E. The lid may rise slightly as steam accumulates. This is normal and will not affect cooking.

Scrambled Eggs

A. Add 1–4 eggs into the egg cooker. Stir them with a fork or whisk. Make sure the yolk is broken. Tip: If you’re using water or milk, use 1 tbsp (15 ml) of liquid per egg. If desired, add veggies or shredded cheese.

B. Cover it with the lid. Place your finger over the vent hole and shake 10 or more times.

C. Microwave on the HIGH per cooking guide below, or until the eggs are no longer wet on the bottom.

D. Let the Egg Cooker rest in the microwave for 1 minute before removing. REMOVE the Egg Cooker from the microwave, holding the silicone sleeve.

E. Do not lift the lid for 1 minute after it’s done the cooking. When removing the lid, always lift it away from you and do not look over the vessel.

Poached Egg

A. CRACK one egg into the Egg Cooker. Pierce the yolk with a fork.

B. POUR 1∕3 cup (75 ml) of water into the Egg Cooker.

C. Cover the Ceramic Egg Cooker.

D. Microwave on HIGH for 35 seconds, or until the egg white is firm. Let the Egg Cooker rest in the microwave for 1 minute before removing.

E. Gently pour off the water using the lid to hold the egg inside.

Tip

For a firmer yolk, let the egg stand in the water for 20–30 seconds longer.

Over-Easy Egg:

When making over-easy eggs, only cook 1 egg at a time. Add 1 large egg in it. Cover the it and microwave on HIGH for 30 seconds. Add 10-second intervals as needed. Let the Egg Cooker rest in the microwave for 1 minute before removing.

SAFE GUARDS

A. Always put the silicone sleeve onto the Egg Cooker before cooking. Use an oven mitt to remove it from the microwave.

B. Always wait 1 minute before removing the vessel from the microwave and remove the lid away from your body. Do not look over the vessel when removing the lid.

C. Use caution when removing the lid, as it can become hot and may cause burns.

D. The silicone sleeve and vessel can become hot and cause burns. The sleeve and vessel continue to heat upon standing.

E. Protect surfaces with a trivet before setting the Ceramic egg cooker down.

F. Avoid extreme temperature changes.

G. Do not use if chipped or damaged. The vessel can break if bumped or dropped. If this occurs, use caution as broken pieces can be sharp and could cause injury.

WARNING

A. Adult supervision required.

B. Let the vessel rest in the microwave for 1 minute before removing it. Steam will be in the vessel and the vessel will be hot so proceed with caution when removing the vessel from the microwave. Carefully open the lid away from your face and body.

C. The intended use of this product is solely for preparing eggs in the manners listed below. Do not use this product to prepare hard-boiled eggs.

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