MADISON (WKOW) -- The Egg Genie electric egg cooker promises to cook up to 7 eggs at the same time.
27 News tested the product at Pat O'Malley's Jet Room at the Wisconsin Aviation Building. The Jet Room is known for its breakfasts, so we challenged the cook to a friendly taste test for poached eggs.
The Egg Genie's four poached eggs cooked in about three minutes. They were cooked to a medium and tasted very good.
It was a little difficult to get the first egg out of the container, but after we learned to be gentle and carefully scoop it out, the next three were perfectly shaped.
Call for Action Reporter Dan Cassuto thought the Egg Genie's eggs tasted as just good as the poached eggs from the Jet Room chef.
They were both delicious. We give the Egg Genie 4.5 stars out of 5.
MADISON (WKOW) -- Odds are, you've seen hundreds of TV commercials for products that promise to change your life. Lose weight. Clean messes. Cook better food. You probably wonder, "Does it work?" Sometimes these gizmos work miracles. But many of these "As Seen On TV" products are duds. Tuesday, November 4 on 27 News at 10:00, Dan Cassuto tests the popular "Egg Genie" Electric Egg Cooker. We went to a popular Madison restaurant known for its breakfasts and challenged the cook to a friendly competition. The chef poached eggs the old-fashioned way. We used the Egg Genie. Does it work? Could we tell the difference between the eggs? Our surprising results -- and the taste test challenge -- Tuesday at 10. Coming up on DOES IT WORK: Jupiter Jack Cell Phone Amplifier, Neckline Slimmer, Didi Seven Stain Remover, and Listen Up Portable Sound Amplifier