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Subject:  Re: Using "Egg Rings" Date:  5/26/2004  2:33 PM
Author:  TMF2Aruba Number:  34271 of 56677

Well, apparently they aren't as simple as they would appear at first glance. I tried to use one a couple days ago, and it was a miserable failure. I heated the skillet to about medium with the egg ring in the center. Once it was hot, i broke the egg and dumped the contents into the ring. After most of it was cooked, i wanted to flip it and finish cooking the other side.

It broke into many pieces when i tried to flip it, and large bits stuck to the side of the ring. So much for a neat little circle of fried egg.

What did i do wrong? Will it help if i spray the ring with cooking spray? Can it not be flipped it all? Is there a trick to this?

Okay, I'm late to the party on this one, and the answer, I'm sure, has already been offered. If this is the case, then the yolk's on me. :-)

Anyway, I have a few of these egg rings, and I love 'em. I never have a problem. I bought mine in Bed,Bath and Beyond. They're non-stick coated which makes it easier. I still even give them a quick spray with Pam, and I never have the problem of them sticking.

Hope this helps!

...but I still am...

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