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Friday 13 September 2019

Eggcellent news for gourmets

Imagine a machine that makes perfect scrambled eggs in a minute?

Or a companion device that produces perfect boiled eggs every time.

After more than 10 years of research, the Dutch company Eggciting Products has successfully developed two devices that can perform those tasks.

The And in addition to the time saving and energy saving, the devices make an important contribution to combating food waste. 

Thinks of the average breakfast buffet in a hotel: the boiled egg is never cooked exactly as you want it and the scrambled eggs are drying under the heat lamps and don't look or taste like fresh eggs.

Also, after the last guests have eaten, the remaining eggs are often thrown away.

"This needs to change," thought the Dutch CEO of Eggciting, Marcel Bivert. He brought together a team of engineers, people from the hotel industry and a food manufacturing company. The result: two patented devices that are as simple as they are ingenious; The Eggcheff.

Consumers can easily and safely operate The Eggcheff devices by themselves. With only a touch of a button on the Eggcheff Cooker, hungry folk can choose between a soft, medium or hard-boiled egg.

The Eggcheff Cooker brings the cooking time of an egg from twelve minutes down to one which has never been done before, it is claimed.

The Eggcheff Scrambled automatically cooks and mixes the eggs and even adds a spork to the cup or mug to take away. Fresh ingredients like tomato, bell pepper, onion and cheese can be added and cooked to preference.

"All of this in a minute. In the same time that you wait for your coffee," explains Bivert. The Scrambled Eggcheff doesn't only make personalised scrambled eggs with fresh ingredients but can also cook other breakfast foods such as oats, egg whites and other healthy options.
The devices developed by Eggciting Products use a new patented hybrid heating technique that is promoted as "the most energy efficient way to cook eggs".

The Eggcheff devices will be unveiled in October.


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