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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Ozeri Green Earth Smooth Ceramic Nonstick Frying Pan

I love when I get to test kitchen products as I get to combine my love of cooking with a product review. I love to cook and try new recipes so when I received the Ozeri Green Earth Smooth Ceramic nonstick frying pan to review on my blog, I already had a recipe in mind. Last week we had a bunch of people over for homemade Chinese and my husband made egg foo young. He made it in a wok but it was hard to make it in that pan and it stuck to the pan. So I wanted to put the Ozeri non-stick coating to the test.

I was in love with this pan right away as it was a cool green color and generous in size at 12 inches. The pan also comes in 8 and 10 inches.  The Ozeri Green Earth pan is unlike other ceramic cookware as it utilizes an ultra-safe ceramic coating which is 100% PFE and PFOA free.With the Green Earth Pan's ecozeri technology, even under high temperatures, such harmful toxic fumes are never released into the environment. The scratch-resistant, non stick pan is super easy to clean. I love that the pan has a magnetized base for rapid heat transfer and the handle is heat resistant so I don't get burned holding it.

I put the Ozeri Green Earth Smooth pan to the test and made my egg foo young in it. There was no egg sticking to the pan and my eggs did not burn. I loved how easy it was to fold the egg foo young over. The egg foo young had a wonderful golden brown color to it also. I doubled my recipe because I used a larger pan and was able to make two servings a one time.

To purchase this wonderful Ozeri pan and to get more information click here

Egg Foo Young

3 eggs beaten
2 oz bean sprouts
1/2 teaspoon sesame oil
1 teaspoon oyster sauce
2 teaspoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons oil

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Heat pan on medium high heat. Pour egg mixture into pan and cook for about 4 minutes. Then fold the egg omelet over. Cook the omelet on both sides until golden brown. You can add diced cook shrimp and a diced scallion for added taste. I did not have these on hand but would add them next time. 

I made the sauce to put over the egg foo young with a cup of turkey gravy, 1 tablespoon soy sauce and 1 teaspoon oyster sauce combined and heated. 

"These opinions are my own. I was sent the above mentioned pan to review on my blog."

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GG said...

I've been curious about getting this pan. The egg foo young you made looks delicious by the way!

Yona Williams said...

I've been wanting one of these pans for awhile now, and another plus is that it is green - my favorite color!

Anonymous said...

I have wondering about this pan.

Jamie said...

I keep hearing that this thing works great. Might have to splurge for the kitchen! Great post! Tweeted!

Buzz4Mommies said...

Awesome! I have heard of this pan too and have been meaning to try it. It sounds like it is a great product!

Unknown said...

what a great recipe for chinese new year.

Rose Powell said...

I don't have the smooth pan, but I love all of the Ozeri Pans I've tried thus far, just received a set of 3 textured! Can't wait to share!

Unknown said...

I have been wanting to get a ceramic pan. Love how nonstick it is.

Maria said...

We eat a lot of eggs and can always use a good fryer! OI love the look and the benefits of this. I can see myself frying our eggs in this regularly.

Mom of Two said...

I love the green color on the outside!

RoscoeRamblings said...

Thanks for introducing me to what looks like a great product. I've tossed most of my Teflon pans out already because they started to look really nasty, so this pan would definitely solve a problem I have! Oh, and the price is nice too!

Crissy Beam said...

My husband has been talking for months about getting this pan. Looks like it would be a good purchase! Thanks for sharing!

Melissa said...

Oh I haven't had Egg Foo Young in forever! I might have to try your recipe out, in that awesome green pan of course. ;-)

Razzledazzlestyles said...

I have this pan and love it, Good job and nice pics :) xo

Bonnie G said...

Thanks for the recipe that went along with the review. =) We love Ozeri too. =)

Patricia said...

Ozeri pans are great! Thanks for the review!

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