This egg cooker boils up to seven eggs from soft,to medium, to hard. To boil, fill the provided graduated measuring cup with water (make sure you follow the measuring cup markings), pour the water in the cooking dish, pierce each egg with the included pin to prevent from cracking, place them on the egg holder and turn it on. The steam will cook the eggs. Once your eggs are ready, an alert sounds. Choose either to remove the eggs or to switch the knob to keep warm. This feature lets you take your time in the morning and is useful if family members are having breakfast at different times. The removable egg holder makes it easy to rinse eggs under cold tap water without having to manipulate them while still hot from boiling. Everything cleans easily, including the nonstick coating on top of the boiling plate. The KRUPS F2307051 egg cooker comes with two poaching trays.
- Steam outlet
- Transparent lid
- Removable egg holder fits all eggs sizes
- Cooking dish
- Cool touch handle
- Cord wrap
- Boils up to seven eggs at a time
- Two poaching trays included to prepare poached eggs or individual omelets
- Dual switch for boiling and keeping warm
- Audible signal indicates end of cooking cycle
- Water level indicator and egg piercer included; 400 watts
- 2 year worldwide warranty
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take for hard boiled
It takes exactly 15 minutes to cook a hard boiled egg.
Does this have auto shutoff
No it doesn't. The alarm goes off and you can hear it anywhere in the house so you run to turn it off LOL
I lost my cup for measuring water for the eggs, how much water should I put for each type of egg?
I did measurethe quantities for hard-boiled only since you didn't specify which ones you wanted. These are approximate: 7 eggs=1/4 c + 1tbs + 1 tsp; 6=1/4 c + 2 tbs + scant extra; 5=1/4 c + 1 tbs + 2 tsp; 4=1/4 c + 3 tbs; 3=1/4 c + 3 tbs + 3 tsp; 2=1/4 c + 3 tbs + scant extra; 1=1/2 c.
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- Size Up to 7 eggs