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Ozeri 12" Green Earth Pan Review With My Tasty Dishes

Press Sample: Product given by the Company for Testing and Review Purposes

Oh Boy! Ozeri Has it done it again not only am I enjoying the Salt & Pepper Fresko Duo Grinder they sent me but now I get a chance to review this ceramic 12 "Green Earth Pan.

Let's give you an inside look about this pan from the company:

  • 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.

Impressive right? I was too, especially when I cooked in it. This is the biggest pan I ever owned.
I'm glad the pan came with instructions or else I'd have a sticky situation on my hands meaning my foods would be stuck! Yuck, I hate when that happens. 
So, Ozeri advises us to put some oil on the pan and spread it all over to coat it before first use. Actually, I first washed the pan with warm soapy water then I oiled it with some Olive Oil. 
It also says no Pam Spray. Boo! I like using Spray but in reality once you oil it, then cook in it, then wash it, the pan surface does not allow your food to get stuck since you pre-oiled it. Hmm, sounds weird but it has worked for me and my meats.
It's very easy to clean but I was a little sad because Ozeri also states that it can be ruined in the dishwater. So I have to wash it by hand but again its super easy to clean and when you're done, just do a quick dry with a paper towel.
I also like that it comes with a felt protective cover for the pan so when it nice and dry you can store it with your pots and pans and also stack another pan on top of it without it getting scratched or ruined.
I tested out this Green Earth Pan by making Tilapia, Pork Chops, and Quesadillas. 
I used a silicone spatula because again Ozeri says wooden or plastic or silicone works best with this pan. Wow!, you have to be careful using this pan in order not to ruin it, it comes with so many Do Nots. But I guess if you want it to last longer you have follow the directions:)

All of my meats and quesadillas came out looking great and tasting great as well. I did not add extra oil or anything to make them non-stick. This Pan is really is a non stick pan.
The quesadillas had like little grill marks but its because of the pan's grooves, which made them look a little unique but still tasty.
Here are some pics below of the Ozeri 12" Green Earth pan and some of my tasty dishes.
You can find this great pan on www.facebook.com/OzeriProducts and get it on Amazon for $29.98

Here's the Green Felt Protective Cover

      My Groovy Quesadillas lol

My Tasty Dishes

Tilapia with French Cut Green Beans, Spinach and Corn on the Cob
Italian Herbed Sautéed Pork chops with Puerto Rican Rice N Pigeon Peas

I only cooked the meats and quesadillas in the Ozeri pan:)