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    ABW Founder Haiko de Poel, Jr.'s Avatar
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    Egg rings
    I usually have eggbeaters for breakfast and this weekend I bought some egg rings at bed bath and beyond. They were alledgedly nonstick, but ... let's just say ... FAIL!



    So my question is obvious ... a recommendation for an egg ring set up that works!
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    I think egg beaters are too runny to work with the rings. I would say egg beater fail.

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    ABW Founder Haiko de Poel, Jr.'s Avatar
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    How about a silicone ring? Think that would work better?
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    I think the silicone might hold it in better since it is flexible and might seal to the pan more.

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    ABW Founder Haiko de Poel, Jr.'s Avatar
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    Who better to get egg advice from than the bird?
    Continued Success,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haiko de Poel, Jr.
    Who better to get egg advice from than the bird?
    Exactly!

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    try heating up the pan, then pouring a small amount in each holder, just enough to coat the bottom so it will start to set, then fill each one up to the top and let them cook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flamingoworld
    Exactly!
    No, that is "eggsactly"

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    Still looks delicious. Do they still make the mix with the peppers in it? I had that a while back and it was yummy.

    -sfcom


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    sfcom,

    Yep they do, I prefer to spice it up with a Cayenne and chili powder spice blend.

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    I ordered the silicone rings, lets' see.

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    Julian,

    I actually had some EVOO in the preheated pan and did pour slowly, but I think it's just too runny like Connie says, I think the silicone can solve the issue.
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    A couple of questions...

    Are those four Egg rings attached together in an square one piece gismo, or are those four Egg rings come individually separated, and are each handled by those purple knob?

    If they're attached together in an square one piece gismo, did you tested the level of that gismo on a flat surface before you poured the yellow liquid stuff in there?

    If they're individually separated, and are each handled by those purple knob, did you tested the level of each ring on a flat surface before you poured the yellow liquid stuff in there?

    Now, in case that those Egg rings are perfectly level on the bottom, and that they are supposed to work like they do on the TV commercials...

    Did you check that frying pan to make sure it have a flat level surface?

    Are you sure your nonstick frying pan is not one of those that have some kind of small ridges on the frying surface?

    Btw, did you get eat all the egg, or just the egg that was cook inside the ring?

    Also, were you trying to make four eggmcmuffing to impress four people, or were you trying to make four eggmcmuffing to make yourself believe that you was eating four eggmcmuffing, and not just one regular small tortilla?

    Finally, why in hell do you have to post that picture at this time in the morning, when you should know that by just looking at that picture at any time would make anyone here hungry for what is on that frying pan, and regardless of any leakage those Egg rings may have caused?

    Btw, I like my bacon and eggs breakfast, to have some bacon on it, sooooo...

    Where is my bacon?








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    ABW Founder Haiko de Poel, Jr.'s Avatar
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    Sal,

    Each ring is an individual unit, I used a flat nonstick pan.

    At first I put the four in the pan to see if they'd fit, then i kept trying to pour the egg beater into the next one so it wouldn't pout out. When I finished I ate them all like an egg McMuffin, sin tocino.
    Continued Success,

    Haiko
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