Use & Care
- Wash before using for the first time; dishwasher-safe.
- The silicone sleeve and lid gasket can be removed and cleaned separately.
- 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. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
USE AND CARE
- Always use with the silicone sleeve and lid gasket.
- 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.
- Aerosol nonstick spray is not recommended; it will create a sticky residue which is difficult to clean.
- Use with whole eggs, egg whites, or egg substitute products.
Microwave Egg Cooking Guide:
- For best results, follow the directions provided.
- This guide is based on timing with large eggs. More time may be needed for extra-large or jumbo-sized eggs.
- Microwaves can vary. Adjust cook times to work with your microwave.
- Because of variations in microwaves, the bottom of the eggs can remain uncooked. To prevent this from happening, stir the eggs as needed while cooking.
- The lid may rise slightly as steam accumulates. This is normal and will not affect cooking.
- ADD 1–4 eggs to the Ceramic Egg Cooker.
Tip: If you’re using water or milk, use 1 tbsp (15 mL) of liquid per egg. If desired, add veggies or shredded cheese.
- COVER the Ceramic Egg Cooker securely. To scramble the eggs, stir them with a fork or whisk, or place your finger over the vent hole and shake 10 or more times.
- MICROWAVE on HIGH per cooking guide below, or until the eggs are no longer wet on the bottom.
|Number of Eggs||Cooking Guide|
|2||1 minute; stir. Add 10-second intervals as needed, stirring after each interval.|
|3||1 minute 10 seconds; stir. Add 10-second intervals as needed, stirring after each interval.|
|4||1 minute 20 seconds; stir. Add 10-second intervals as needed, stirring after each interval.|
- REMOVE the Ceramic Egg Cooker from the microwave, holding the silicone sleeve.
- CRACK one egg into the Ceramic Egg Cooker. Pierce the yolk with a fork.
- POUR ⅓ cup (75 mL) of water into the Ceramic Egg Cooker.
- COVER the Ceramic Egg Cooker securely.
- MICROWAVE on HIGH for 45–60 seconds, or until the egg white is firm.
- 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.
Oatmeal: Best for instant oatmeal packets.
- EMPTY the contents of the packet into the Ceramic Egg Cooker.
- ADD up to ⅔ cup (150 mL) water or milk; stir.
- MICROWAVE, uncovered, on HIGH for 1–2 minutes, stirring after 1 minute.
Follow these directions for quick cooking oats and quick cooking steel cut oats to prevent boil overs when microwaving:
- Quick cooking oats: Combine ½ cup (125 mL) oats, ½ cup (125 mL) water or milk, and ¼ cup (50 mL) applesauce or mashed banana and microwave according to package instructions. It will be a thicker style oatmeal. Add water, milk, or non-dairy milk to reach desired consistency.
- Quick cooking steel cut oats: Combine ⅓ cup (75 mL) oats, ½ cup (125 mL) water or milk, ¼ cup (50 mL) applesauce or mashed banana, and microwave according to package instructions. Stir before eating.
- Always put the silicone sleeve onto the Ceramic Egg Cooker before cooking. Place your hand on the silicone sleeve when removing it from the microwave.
- Use caution when removing the lid, as it can become hot and may cause burns.
- The silicone sleeve and vessel can become hot and cause burns. The sleeve and vessel continue to heat upon standing.
- Protect surfaces with a trivet before setting the Ceramic Egg Cooker down.
- Avoid extreme temperature changes.
- Do not use if chipped or damaged. Vessel can break if bumped or dropped. If this occurs, use caution as broken pieces can be sharp and could cause injury.
- One-year guarantee for noncommercial use. Refer to sales receipt or website for details.
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