Cuisinart Egg Central (CEC-10) Demo Video

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The Cuisinart® Egg Central appliance has a new two-tiered cooking system that allows ten eggs to be cooked at once. Eggs can be cooked to a hard, medium or soft consistency. The egg cooker also comes with removable trays that can be used to poach eggs and make omelets. Cooking time is controlled precisely by the amount of water added. Fill included measuring beaker to the appropriate range and pour water into cooking plate. The built-in LED light, audible alert, and standby mode help guard against overcooking. All egg favorites can be made in one compact unit.

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I was struggling with the instructions in the booklet but your video saved me all that trouble.. Thank you!! 👏💝

Author — Perkins S

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i though an egg cooker would make things easier for me. I find it much simpler to boil water and throw the eggs in. I wasn't expecting that you needed to add water and pierce each egg. Having the beaker at all times seems like a hustle, too.

Edit: Oh, not just tap water, but distilled water.

Author — rodrich182

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This could make making Soft Boiled easier (/my favorite) ^^

Author — Mary Light

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Beautifully demonstrated. Constructive criticism is always nice but people want all the answers without effort on their part. Piercing an egg releases the sulfur when whilst cooking giving the eggs a bright yellow appearance and eliminating green color so I liked Andrew's comment.

What if I drop it on the floor? Well, let's just say you cannot cover every contingency but I now need to know other ways to safely pierce an egg. I have to thank Janet for that.

John's comment was my favorite because the finished product is a great idea and a part two would be great. I hope you do more videos because I love your presentation best of all I've watched; it is uncluttered and you are easy to understand. I had not determined which product to buy and you hit the important points that sold me on it so I'm off to order one now. -Mary

Author — Mary Dixon

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OK, First of all why not explain why you pierce the Egg? At the top of the Egg there is an Air Sack. When you pierce into that it allows for expansion as the Egg cooks. Eggs are always packed in boxes with Air Sacks upwards as this lengthens the shelf life of them. However this is the first one I have seen that does more than my 15 year old one that only does 7. But nice to see a measure that allows you to choose how you want them cooked but also how many. Some of the newer cheaper ones only give you option for how you want them cooked but only give the marking for 6 Eggs and only hold 6 Eggs. However they do come with the 2 trays as well so can cook 2 Poached Eggs or 1 Omelette

Author — ANDREW CULLEN

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One thing, do not stand over the cooker, as the steam comes up it is hot, and could burn you...I put it on my stove, plugged it in there, and then the steam goes up to the range hood and out with the fan...so the heat doesn't hit your ceiling...

Author — Evelyn Jepson

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It looks like you are using the pin on the narrow end of the egg. Wide part of the egg is the correct way to puncture the egg. Many comments regarding this have been posted in comments on Amazon as a problem. Puncturing the egg as it sits in the carton works. Wide end up.

Author — Sherry Smothers

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Great, but she needs to mention that you pull off the little plastic covering of the point to puncture the egg. It is hard to see and looks like part of the cup. Maybe the manufacturer should make it red.

Author — Melissa Unruh

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My book instructed me to put the narrowest end down an pop the beaker in the wider end.

Author — A Warnke

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Can someone post a picture of the measuring cup because I misplaced mine? If there are increments on the cup then equivalents can be measured.

Author — David Link

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Beaker pin: do you remove the protective cover around the pin? I can 't get mine to come off.

Author — Deborah Welch

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I got one for xmas this year, just used it tonight...beats the Eggette I got last year..by a mile...

Author — Evelyn Jepson

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So I have been reading many comments on which end of the egg to puncture. One person said she punctures the larger side so..the pointed end was down....and they came out perfect....Feed back

Author — Juliana Benson

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I'm not happy with this product and want my money back.
I wanted medium soft boiled eggs, so first time they came out hard boiled, followed the beaker lines and reduced to soft boiled- they came out too runny. I tried two more times and they didn't come out as I wanted them. We live on the higher elevation, maybe that makes it hard to adjust, but with the amount of work it would take to cook them properly, I'm just as good cooking them in the pot
For me, this is one of those useless appliances.
Now, how do I get my money back? Will be checking with Amazon how to return it.

#VeryDisappointed

Author — Angie Jones

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I cracked so many eggs tryna use that damn needle

Author — Zeke Wegener

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Which line am I suppose to fill the water to for an omelet? I see two lines.

Author — 2Cool Gamerz

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Great so what if you do lose the beaker then what. It would have been nice if you just read the amount off of the beaker for those of us who did lose the beaker or it didn't come with one when given to you.

Author — Janet Losee

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I just bought mine. I watched the video. Added the right amount of water. Pierced the smaller side & had it pointed up and the water over flowed. And the egged are partially done and egg all over. What did I do wrong...I only had 7 eggs in there. Wish I could add a pic.... So disappointed.

Author — Juliana Benson

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this comment section is old af but i just wanna say that whenever i pierced the eggs with the beaker they came out all fucked up. n when i did not they came out fine. this egg cooker is contradicting, expensive junk.

Author — Iacov

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hello .excuse me can i boil only two eggs ?is it necessay to cock 10 eggs

Author — Sinan Aljumaili