Demeyere® Stainless Egg Poaching Pan, 4 cup
SMART & STURDY
Crafted from 18/10 stainless steel, the 5-layer base provides even heat distribution with a ¼-in. pure aluminum core. The matching tempered glass lid lets you watch food as it cooks. Handle is designed to stay cool to the touch while cooking.
A FAVORITE OF PRO CHEFS
All Demeyere cookware is developed to comply with and compliment the needs of the modern, professional cook. Many professional chefs all over the world love Demeyere for the efficiency, durability and above all, their lasting performance
- Helps you make world-class eggs Benedict and other brunch specialties
- Masterfully crafted for consistently great results
- Sauté pan and its matching tempered glass lid can also be used without the stainless steel insert
- Use the pan for multiple uses, including sauces, vegetables, grains or melting butter
- Crafted from 18/10 matte finish stainless steel with glass lid
- Includes four detachable egg cups
- 5-layer base with a ¼-in. pure aluminum core provides even heat distribution
- Tempered glass lid lets you watch food as it cooks
- Handle is designed to stay cool to the touch while cooking
- Manufacturer: Demeyere
- Care: Never use bleach, abrasive cleaners or steel wool
- Capacity: 4.8 qt.
- Dimensions: 7" x 6¼"
- Material: Stainless steel
- Warranty: 2-year guarantee (not for professional use)
- Model: #84619
- Made in Indonesia
And, with the insert removed, this is a great tri-ply saucepan, by a great maker, at a great price. Can't beat this pan or its value
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
?Capacity: 4.8 qt.
?Dimensions: 7" x 6¼"
Is this a misprint? All my other Demeyere does not say ""made in India"" they are made in Belgium and the Demeyere name is on both the pan and handle. Why is this different?Also, the construction. It says 5 layer. Does the 5 layer extend all the way up the side of the pan or does it only cover the bottom disc
I have a poacher with plastic cups. It is very hard to cook the white at the bottom of the cup without overcooking the egg. Currently to come close to making it work, I need to put too much water in the pan and cook the eggs with the top off for about two minute
Is this related to the Industry5 or Atlantis lines? I love my Industry5 cookware and don't want to add a piece that does not have the same features.
This egg poacher is part of the Atlantis line and not the Industry 5 line. The only difference visually would really be that the handles are not textured. Functionally this egg poacher is far superior to any other I have seen. Industry 5 does not currently have an egg poacher in its line.