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Lékué Ovo Egg Cooker Set

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Cook your eggs consistently delicious and in fun cylinder and cube shapes in these handy egg molds. First rub mold with a drop of oil to activate its nonstick properties, add eggs and extra ingredients to flavor, then cook by microwave. Cooking times in microwave may vary.

  • Manufactuer: Lékué
  • Set includes one round and one square mold
  • Material: Platinum silicone
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Capacity: 4 oz.
  • Dimensions: 4.1" x 4.1" x 3½"
  • Warranty: Lékué offers a 10 year warranty for manufacturer’s defects, and will replace any item with the same or similar item, if the item fails during use. Warranty not effective for commercial use
  • Manufactured in Spain. Assembled in China
FEATURES
  • Platinum silicone is flexible, durable, and easy to clean
  • Cook eggs easily and conveniently in microwave
  • Food safe and germ resistant
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My Favorite New Morning Ritual
This is the best kitchen gadget! Makes perfect eggs in under a minute. The item looks a little strange, but it is so incredibly easy to use. You simply crack the egg into the container, throw in a little salt and pepper (I love to add fresh grated parmesan too) and microwave. I was warned to be careful with my microwave temperature, but so far I have been able to cook on regular power. 33 seconds and breakfast is done. No mess! Highly recommend this to anyone on the go. And if you haven't already, watch the video
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February 7, 2013
Egg Muffin in a jiff
I have now used the round egg cooker twice. It is the perfect size for a mini-bagel. The first time I used the egg cooker I added cheese & seasonings and the egg was perfectly cooked to my liking (loose yolk) in the 50 seconds the pamphlet suggests. However, the second time I did not add any extras and found that 50 seconds was too long. If I had any real complaints they would be that I wish that the package had come with two round cookers and that the few recipes they include would be in all languages. I will probably order another set, so that I can make two eggs at the same time; hence the reason for only giving a ""Good"" to value
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February 26, 2013
Quick morning eggs
Just bought this and used it right away. Directions are a little confusing so the first egg I cooked to long and it exploded all over the microwave. Once I re-read the instructions and cooked it for the 33 seconds perfect. There is no other method of cooking eggs this quickly. Clean up was a breeze. Cant wait to try the omelet maker
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June 19, 2013
Not impressed
I was really looking forward to using my egg cookers that I received for Christmas now that I have an abundance of fresh eggs from my chickens. I have really been disappointed in these after using them daily for a few weeks. The timing is an issue, can't seem to find the correct time to get the egg just right. 50 seconds is too long and 30 secs is not quite long enough, but after 32 seconds the top blows off the egg cooker and if I don't stop the microwave right then it explodes, making a mess. It seems to work better when you mix in other ingredients, not just cooking a plain egg. It also seems to work better if you don't use oil to coat the sides, despite what the directions tell you. It sticks less if you don't oil it. I'll keep trying, but so far I have been disappointed
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January 19, 2014
Experimentation pays off
Super easy soft boiled eggs. I only use the round cooker from the set for eggs, the square one now is for sauces. Wish Lekue would hear the many comments & offer a set with 2 round.

My microwave is 1100 - so my egg cooking process is: lightly spritz cooker with olive oil spray, crack egg in, salt-pepper-spices, then cook for 35 secs with lid half-on, check (look at bottom - DON""T open), cook another 5 -10 secs, let stand about 30 sec, unmold . Is a perfect soft-boiled egg. Repeat process if need 2.

For me, the half-on lid, stopped all explosions
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January 18, 2014
All Le'kue' products!
I just purchased two more items of Lekue products, the Ovo Egg cooker set and the Omelet maker.. both brilliant. If you want fast, yummy and efficient, these products are for you.
They do exactly what you want them to do... and more. after you experiment you will find your own timing, and live a little, play around with different ingredients. The Lekue products are a wonderful tool, making your microwave usage desirable
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December 8, 2013
Still trying to figure it out...
Bought these and the silicon egg cups. I've tried soft~boiled eggs in these twice with terrible results. First time I tried both types together and second time each had their own cooking pot. I don't like the texture of microwaved eggs so I use the water bath. Results aren't a result of kitchen inexperience, I have successfully sous vided an egg in my slow cooker
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January 13, 2014
A fun new gadget
I tried the recipe in the leaflet that came with the egg cookers. I think the 50 seconds was just right. Then after adding the steamed spinach and cheese and cooking again the eggs were a bit too cooked....will go back and try again. I too would have liked both cookers to be round�.I tried the square one but it didn't cook the eggs as well as the round one. I will only use the round one from now on. Very easy to use and clean-up is a snap.
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November 3, 2013
"Absorbs detergent taste, even unscented deterg."
Look, this is an excellent idea, and the product, which I understand from the SLT website is molded from food grade silicone in Spain (we won't go into the question ""Why on earth would the silicone cup and top, if manufactred in Espana as stated in the description here, need to be sent to China for ""assembly"" which presumably means putting the silicone cup and matching silicone cover together and putting both in the box you seen on the shelf in the SLT store - I mean, what a huge carbon bootstomp on our environment) looks like a quality product.

But that issue is small potatoes compared to a significant inherent (""inherent"" in the choice of quality or grade of silicone material used in manufacture) manufacturing flaw that wrecks an otherwise very useful cooking product. After cooking eggs in the silicone cup and cover, both must of course be washed for the next time. Unfortuately, this silicone product absorbs a sufficient amount of detergent at the molecular level that it CAN NOT be removed by repeated rinsings with hot water. Even though the cup is ultra clean, it will most likely transfer an odor and taste of dish detergent - even unscented detergent - to the food the next time you prepare an egg dish using the silicone cup and lid, resulting in cooked eggs that come out of the cup and onto the plate smelling and tasting like detergent. This will of course result in your child or significant other or both pulling a face and, once again, saying ""peeyough, this tastes like soap"" and refusing to eat one tiny bit more. Even rinsing out the cups with that wonderful safe and organic cleaning product, ordinary white vinegar, will not remove the silicone taste and smell from this silicone cooking product. Perhaps silicone works well for potholders and heat resistant kitchen gloves, but this product needs some serious tinkering by Lekue at the design, material selection and prototyping stage so it does not absorb ANY soap molecules when washed and rinsed after using. That defect is unacceptable and the silicone egg cooking cups can't be used for the intended purpose
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April 18, 2014
Does not do what I bought it for
I bought the ""kit"" where for some inexplicable reason you have to buy both a round container and a strange square one. But Sur La Table assured me that it would cook eggs in the microwave resulting in soft yolks. The first time I followed the directions (such as they are), one egg still exploded. The 2nd time the eggs were still overcooked. I contacted Lekue twice and they were never able to give me any specific instructions on how to get the perfect soft-cooked yolk egg in my 1000 watt microwave.

So next I tried cooking 2 eggs in the mis-matched containers in boiling water. I lowered the heat to simmer before putting the containers in. What a disaster! The containers tip over! I had to constantly use utensils to keep them somewhat upright. Even so, one container had a lot of water in it. Both yolks were still partly hard-cooked, which was NOT the whole purpose. I think Lekue is assuming one will add cheese or something to make the containers heavier, but I only wanted plain eggs.

I don't know why someone can't invent a microwave product that will create a soft yolk without it exploding. Yes, I know about pricking the yolk but that makes the yolk semi-hard. I have tried many, many different products. I am so done wasting my money. Really angry because I doubt that I can return the kit after using it 3 times. The containers might be fine for making scrambled eggs but really one can use just about any container to do that.

Hopefully my review will provide a caution to a potential buyer who, like me, likes soft-poached/cooked eggs
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October 18, 2013
 

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