I don't know if anyone else has this problem but I have three kids who are very close in age. This leads to arguments around meal times concerning food looking like more or less than on another plate. Really especially with pour in the pan type foods that spread like eggs and pancakes so I thought that would be the reason I would love this and use it all the time. I was surprised that there was more to it then I assumed. So my first thought on these was they were actually bigger than I thought they would be bright red silicone rings with mobile metal handles with a sicione finger grip. I've actually used this a lot I've made eggs and omelettes and potato pancakes and almond pancakes with it. The thing that really surprised me is it allowed me to make 4 at a time in one skillet (actually up to 8 fried eggs) when normally 3 is the limit due to things spreading into each other (despite my skillet being quite large. You just stuck the ring in the pan, put whatever you're cooking inside (it helps if you press down on the ring for a couple seconds with runnier foods) let it cook until you'd normally flip it lift off the ring and flip it to finish cooking. Nothing sticks to it. It just sits there to hold the food inside. I photographed me making omelettes in it, that was fun.
Just mixed up some eggs, pored some of them in chopped up some ham sprinkled it on with a little cheese and covered with the rest of the egg let it set up a little pulled off the rings flipped it and tada! These things are awesome! No need to rinse I just throw them in the dishwasher and they are ready for the next round food adventure!
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