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Norpro 666 Nonstick Egg Rings, Set of 4

4.5
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  • 4 Rings Total
  • Measures 3-1/2-inch in diameter
  • Nonstick coating for easy release and clean up
  • Hand washing recommended

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Customer Reviews

Bought a second setJust bought a second set for the beach house so that I will have them there too. Have used for pancakes, eggs and even to cut out my own homemade English muffins. The work great and clean up easily. They do get warm on the griddle so take care when picking them up.5Aim higher, buy something else These work ok but are not great. I'm a bit confused by the glowing reviews, perhaps more recently they have switched manufacturers or materials... First they are not very nonstick and in fact in fewer than 10 uses the non stick paint they put on has started coming off so you know you're going to be eating that. Speaking of eating things you didn't intend the metal in these rings is rolled and leaves a little gap with will accumulate egg particles that your not getting out no matter how hard you scrub,pick or run your dishwasher.I would not recommend these and if I were to buy again I would go for the single piece silicon rings which I know I could keep clean and I would not end up eating. 3They work to perfection!! After trying two other brands I have finally found egg rings that actually work. I have successfully made two dozen eggs (yes I counted them)without any problems at all. The eggs didn't run out or under the rings making a perfectly round egg every time. I can also say the same about making small pancakes, no problems at all. I smeared butter on the inside of the rings so the eggs won't stick to them so you might want to try that. Now as far as picking up the ring so you can flip the egg or pancake, simple, I use a magnet, look on your fridge and you'll probably find one or two. So bottom line is if you're looking for egg rings that actually work than look no further. 5Perfect for a Egg Muffin on a non-stick pan Tested this with the Egg Muffin breakfast. I put my "I can't believe it's not butter" in the ring and it stays within the ring only before I put in the egg(s). I like doubling the egg whites for the protein, so I put two eggs in a bowl and spoon out one yoke. I then pour the egg into the ring when ready. I have to put a little pressure and hold down the ring for 5 seconds (with my fingers as its not that hot yet) and thereafter, nothing squirts out the ring sides with no pressure. It cooks very well on a non stick pan. I like my eggs sunny side up so after about two minutes on medium, I remove the ring (with tongs as it is hot at this stage) and flip with a spatula for another minute while turning the heat off (electric stove). Only very little gets away from being a perfect ring after flipping the egg circle. It fits perfectly the size of the Muffin and about half the yoke is still liquid which I think is perfect. Cleaning is as easy as a non-stick pan and very quick. Even if yoke got out in the pan and on the ring, it will be very easy to clean. Tested with one egg just one time as well without issue. 5Perfect Egg Sandwich I am very pleased with this simple product. I am barely an average cook, but I am always able to make very tasty egg sandwiches with this product. Even with an uneven electric burner, I was able to make an egg "patty" that had no leakage to the rest of the pan. I simply heat the pan to a medium-low temperature, then put the metal ring on the pan, drop a dab of butter in and wait for it to melt, then crack an egg in to the metal ring. The melted butter will rise and coat the metal ring and allow easy removal of the ring from the egg. To get the yolk centered, simply use a utensil to gently push the yolk to the middle and wait a quick moment for the whites to cook enough to hold the yolk in place. When the whites appear solid enough, use a spatula (tongs work the best) to lift up the ring, then flip your egg patty over. Be warned, do not remove too early! Practice will let you know when it is time to flip. The end result is a perfect circular egg patty that you can put on an English muffin, or on top of a steak, pile of hash browns, bagel, etc. I have used hash browns and turkey sausage to go along with my egg patty for a more filling sandwich. It seems too many of these products allow the egg to leak under the ring during the initial cooking, but I am very pleased this product does not leak at all. Follow my instructions and you will have perfect homemade breakfast sandwiches without the need for those nasty fast food versions. You can also make pancakes with the rings, or flip them over to cut biscuits and cookies from dough, etc. A welcomed cooking accessory to any kitchen. 5Five StarsThe egg rings very convenient.5Look no further! These are your standard egg rings. I had a pair that I used pretty heavily for about 5 years and abused them; dishwasher, scrubbing them with a scratch pad, you name it and eventually eggs would stick no matter what. Next I bought the silicone ones, lol, what a joke. Almost impossible to use but of course nothing would stick to them and unfortunately nothing would cook in them either. Thankfully Amazon took those back and I get another pair of these and this time I won't abuse them and they work perfectly.I put a non-stick pan on med-low heat with the rings inside and preheat for about 3 minutes. Hit it with some cooking spray and in go the eggs or egg whites. After the egg starts to setup, I pour in maybe an ounce (2Tbls) of water and cover the pan for a couple of minutes. Remove the lid, remove the rings and flip them if I want and they come out perfect every time! 5Just what I was hoping for!These are everything I was hoping for in egg rings.5Five StarsGood stuff. Just spray it well.5Quick breakdown There is a rim along the bottom of the ring which isn t closed flush which houses food and moisture from usage and cleaning you cannot get to. In addition, whatever coating is on the ring is already wearing off showing metal and rust 1Work well - First that I've triedThese are working well. It is best to wipe inside with a little oil first - I forgot yesterday and the egg took a little more effort to remove. I wish there were a little device to pick them up from the hot pan... maybe there is, I'll check online. (OOPS... just checked. I removed a star because these don't have handles like other ones do. I'll just have to keep burning my finger tips, I guess.)4Five StarsThese seem to be OK! :)5This is a very useful item but read on This is a very useful item but read on.Wash this product by hand, with the non-stick surface it takes only seconds to wash; it may be dishwasher safe but you may not get the best use from the product if you do.As others have mentioned they will rust but only if you put them in the dishwasher.The other thing that will happen is that they will lose some of there anti-stick ability because the dishwasher detergent will have somewhat of a etching effect on them but they can still be used by coating the surface with butter, oil, or cooking spray. I preferred to purchase new and learn from my mistake.I have never found any non-stick surface to keep an egg from sticking to it without some kind of butter, oil or cooking spray but putting it in the dishwasher will only make this fact more provable, as for the rust I had read the warnings from others and so I was washing the rings by hand but my wife hates anything that she cant put in the dish washer so of course she put them in the top rack of the dishwasher and at first we found no problem but not long after the sticking started and soon after the rust followed.With use and after putting them in the dishwasher I have found that it is best to only put the ring in the hot pan just before you add the egg and your choice of cooking oil, butter or cooking spray because if you put the oiled ring in the pan at the same time that you begin to heat the pan then the butter, oil or cooking spray will of lost most of its ability to prevent the egg from sticking to the surfaces.The fact that this version of the cooking ring doesn't have a handle to lift it from the egg has both advantages and disadvantages the disadvantages will need to be over come with some ingenuity: I have a very small set of tongs that I use to lift the ring from the egg but you may find other ways I have just pulled the egg with the ring out altogether and separated the egg from the ring on a plate. The advantage is that there is no handle to get in the way of a lid.If you are hoping to reproduce that famous fast-food-golden-arch muffin-egg sandwich I would suggest looking through a YouTube search because using any cooking device is all in how it is used. I found some that were very helpful but found in the end it was from trial and error that I was able to fine tune the perfect egg sandwich. 5Three StarsDoes a good job, but I would recommend getting ones with the wire handle because these puppies get HOT!!!3These do not lay flat enough to contain the eggs. These units stick to the egg and tear every egg yoke when you lift them to remove them. I have used butter, vegetable oil and pan spray. They do not fit the flat bottom of my fry pan and the egg white flows outside the ring. 1Great utensil for cooking eggs to eat on round English muffins ... Got tired of trying to fit square-pegs into round-holes ... so wanted round eggs for my English muffins. Shopped the various ring types available, and decided on these. I feel the best way to prevent egg leakage/flash is too fully preheat both the pan & rings prior to cooking, so wanted metal rather than silicone rings. I also prefer to cover the pan for more even cooking, so avoided those rings with wire-handles sticking up.The Norpro 666 rings came closest to what I was looking for. With its full-sized diameter of 3-1/2 inches (9 cm), the resulting egg-patty fills a standard English muffin with the egg going all the way out to the edges. The 1 inch (2.5 cm) height is tall enough to easily hold 2 or 3 eggs (but I've only used for 1 egg at a time). Lower edge is rolled-outward & upper is rolled-inward, making for nice smooth edges and a sturdy ridged construction. No rough metal seams/welds are visible, and the nonstick-coating is smooth & even. The nonstick-coating is also thin, so I wouldn't recommend handling these rings with metal utensils that could scratch. Washing by hand is also recommended in the product description. The rings are heavy enough to stay in place on the flat-bottom of a frying-pan or griddle (a FLAT cooking-surface is critical for a good egg seal).My egg-cooking method:- Place 2 rings onto flat-bottom of 10-inch pan (or 1 ring in 8-inch pan), cover and allow to preheat over medium heat.- Spray rings & pan with nonstick cooking spray (spray can burn if added too soon), then gently add 1 whole-egg to each ring (could also substitute 2 egg-whites). Break and swirl-in the yolk, then season (salt/pepper) to taste. Note: While I luv soft-yolks, I've found they can easily get very messy when sandwiched between a toasted English muffin (bite one side, soft-yolk squirts out other side).- Place cover on pan and cook until most of egg is firm.- Remove rings (nylon-tongs work great for this, but can also flip ring up by its upper rolled-edge), then briefly flip egg patties over to finish cooking.- Place egg onto lower half of toasted/buttered English muffin (or buttermilk biscuit). Add a half-slice of American cheese and your favorite meat product (e.g. warmed ham-slice/Canadian-bacon, cooked sausage-patty, crispy bacon-strips).- Top with other half of muffin (or biscuit).Enjoy!!! Every bit as tasty as that famous food-chain serves (for $3 each), and the rings quickly pay for themselves while making these treats at home for maybe $1 per sandwich.I do usually get a tiny amount of raw-egg leakage/flash under the ring, but VERY little if ring is preheated so egg seals itself in almost instantly. I've been happy with these Norpro 666 rings (for the $3 each price), and would probably give 5-stars if dishwasher safe.Always appreciate feedback ... If you found this review helpful, please feel free to give it a 'Yes'. Thanks.6-month update:Rings are holding up well. Found eggs don't always release cleanly, usually need to loosen egg around the inside edge before lifting ring. Some egg does buildup inside the rolled edges, but this mostly hidden buildup gets recooked each time and doesn't contact the new egg anyway. I've added 1+1/2 eggs to each ring for that extra thick patty - need to cook a little slower with pan covered then flip after removing ring, but does the job. 4Five StarsAs described.5But work great! No stickingWIsh they had handles. But work great! No sticking.4Five StarsLove these rings.5They're great - no-stick and no leak if you use them correctly These are awesome! I purchased 2 sets and the 4 of them fit perfectly into my 12.5-inch T-fal E93808 nonstick skillet. I preheated the skillet, put the egg rings in toward the end of the pre-heating (couple of minutes or so) and then melted a small pat of butter in each ring (no oil/spray on the rings or the pan other than that).I cracked each egg into a bowl and slowly dropped one into each ring, broke the yolks and then covered the pan and cooked them until the eggs were nice and set, then I removed the rings and flipped the eggs to finish (I don't like 'em runny). Absolutely no sticking whatsoever, no leaking around the edges of the rings, and the eggs turned out amazing. They were the perfect size for sausage/egg/cheese biscuits.These are well made, sturdy, and definitely worth the reasonable price. I've been wanting something like this for a while and should have bought them sooner.edit: Still working great a couple of months later and I'd definitely buy them again. I hand wash them after use and there have been zero problems with sticking and no signs of rust so far. I can only assume that the people complaining about eggs sticking to them are doing something terribly wrong, because all four of mine are still as slick and non-stick as the day I received them. 5
Norpro 666 Nonstick Egg Rings, Set of 4

Norpro 666 Nonstick Egg Rings, Set of 4

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
CA$ 66.00
Sale price
CA$ 66.00
Regular price
CA$ 108.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (CA$ 42.00)