It has been a while since I last did a review of an Ozeri item. This isn’t because I don’t like their products it’s just that I haven’t had the opportunity to do another review. That is until I was reconnected with them again. This time they sent me a complimentary 8″ Green Earth Frying Pan to review. I’m in love again!
Cooking with the Ozeri
The last pan I reviewed of Ozeri’s was the 10″ Stone Earth Pan, and I liked it. The 8″ Green Earth Frying Pan, however, I LOVE! It is a little smaller than I’d really like, wish I had the 10″ and 12″ frying pans. However, I love this pan. It is a real non-stick frying pan. We have not only made pancakes in this pan, but I’ve also fried two eggs in it. Doing so using absolutely no oil, butter, or anything. Not only did the food come out perfect but nothing stuck to the pan. The pancakes were all in one piece and the two fried eggs didn’t even stick, not even when the yolk broke and ran out of the egg!
The food is cooked evenly, and it doesn’t take very long for the pan to heat up. Depending on what you are cooking you will see that there is a little pattern in your prepared food, from the texturing of the non-stick surface. Too bad this isn’t in a cartoon design or something because the kids love seeing the little design in their pancakes.
- Unlike other ceramic pans, the Ozeri Green Earth Pan utilizes GREBLON – an ultra-safe ceramic coating from Germany which is 100% PTFE and PFOA free.
- Innovative textured pan surface delivers enhanced heat distribution and superior non-stick performance without ever releasing harmful fumes or toxins.
- Features a scratch-resistant 100 percent ceramic coating that is super easy to clean.
- Made out of durable heavy-gauge die-cast aluminum with no heavy metals or harmful chemicals.
- Boasts a comfortable heat resistant silicon coated handle and a magnetized induction stove safe base for rapid heat transfer.
Not only do I love these pans, but my husband went searching all over Amazon for the pans to find more of them, however, he was disappointed when I told him that they only make fry pans and not pots.