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You can cook six perfect eggs exactly to your liking. Whether you like them boiled hard, medium, soft or prefer them poached, scrambled or as an omelet, the Dash Egg Cooker is beloved by many. Simply take a look at the item’s over 13,000 near perfect reviews.
The Dash Deluxe Egg Cooker is designed to make your life easier by taking the guessing game out of when your eggs are ready. All you need to do is place your eggs on the tray, set your preference and the timer. Once your eggs are ready, a buzzer will sound off letting you know and cooker will auto shut off. Don’t be deterred by the seemingly large size — it measures only 5.5 x 6 x 5.5 inches and weighs just 1 pound. You can easily store it in your kitchen without taking too much counter or cabinet space. The set comes equipped with boiling and poaching trays, an omelet bowl and measuring cup.
Shop it: in five different colors: aqua, black, red, yellow and white. For one day only, it’s 20 percent off the retail price at $15 (was $20), amazon.com
Keep scrolling to read why shoppers love this handy kitchen gadget.
Mom’s go-to appliance
“This mom’s new go to appliance. I make bento lunches for my son, and his favorite is hard-boiled eggs! I toss six eggs in with less than a 1/4 cup of water and 14 minutes later the unit shuts off by itself and I come back and easily peel the eggs. (I mean the shells slide off!!) I no longer have to wait for water to boil or watch and wait to turn off the stove. The eggs cook while the kids are in the tub and voilà lunch/breakfast is ready for the next morning. And I’m guessing if I forget or run behind I could have these ready while he get dressed for school in the morning! Custom omelette’s in a hurry is my next adventure!” wrote one customer.
“Its convenient, compact and time saving; this kitchen gadget is a game changer! I was hesitant but after reading all the reviews I was ready to try it and I am glad I did. Prep takes 30-45 seconds to fill the appropriate water level, poke the eggs and place in tray. Three eggs take about 7 minutes, six eggs takes about 11-12 minutes. Yes, but buzzer is obnoxious and annoying but it’s not designed to be pleasant- I appreciate that its loud and obnoxious, less chance of a fire. Once these puppies are cooked and cooled off, it is a breeze peeling and prepping. I used to hate making hard boiled eggs specifically because I’d have to peel them and lose 1/4 of the egg with the shell; thankfully none of that is the case with this device and i’m so glad I stumbled on it while browsing Amazon. Definitely recommend getting this product, you will not regret it!” wrote one satisfied customer.
“I don’t like watching my pot to find out when the water starts boiling. So I bought this Dash Egg Cooker. It delivers perfect eggs by steaming them until the water placed in the device has evaporated. The exact amount of water is added to the cooker before it steams the eggs–there is a measuring line on the plastic cup that comes with the device. Next to each measuring line are the following words: “Hard Boiled, Soft Boiled, Poached, etc.” Fill the cup with water to the line for the egg type you want and then add the water to the device. Then simply puncture each egg with a spike that is attached to the measuring cup, place the eggs in the device with the hole on top (duh). You close it, press the button on front and walk away. When an alarm sounds, it turns off automatically. Your eggs are done. No need to watch water boil. No need for daily cleaning. It’s quite small. Love this thing. For under 18 dollars, what’s not to like?” wrote one happy shopper.
Shop it: $15 (was $30), amazon.com
Shop it: $15 (was $30), amazon.com
Shop it: $15 (was $20), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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