Question: How do you use the Royal Worcester egg coddler?

What do you do with egg coddler?

An egg coddler is a porcelain or pottery cup with a lid that is used to prepare a dish called coddled eggs. The eggs are soft-cooked and similar to poached eggs, but the eggs are cooked more slowly than a boiled egg. The lid is a secure top that either clamps on or screws on the dish/cup.

What is a vintage egg coddler?

Originally called a pipkin, egg coddlers have been used in England since the 1800s. Coddled eggs are made using any heatproof container, like an egg coddler or a ramekin by placing an egg in a dish and then placing that dish in water.

How do you use an old egg coddler?

Ham and eggButter the inside of the coddler and metal lid.Cut the ham into fine strips and line the coddler with the ham.Add the egg, season with salt and pepper.Screw on lid and stand coddler in a pan of boiling water taking care that the water level only reaches halfway up the porcelain body.Simmer for 7-8 mins.

How do you date an egg coddler?

The marks on the underside of coddlers are very difficult to date, they do not vary very much because of the small size of the coddler base.1890–1902. Early Grainger coddlers are marked with a Grainger shield mark and a year letter (A=1891 to L=1902).1902–1930. 1931–c.1950. 1950–1983. From 1983. From 1991.

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