Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Ozeri 10" Stainless Steel Earth Pan Review

If you have not seen my other reviews for Ozeri products, you really ought to check them out. Ozeri is one of my favorite companies, especially for home/kitchen items.

For years, all I had were old, second hand pots and pans, and I HATED them. I figured they were inferior because they were old, so when we got our new home, I bought a huge set of new cookware, Teflon, supposedly nice stuff. And it was an improvement..at first.

Then I began to notice just how quickly the results were diminishing, and that the quality was nothing like I expected it to be. I tried a number of brands, only to be disappointed each time, until I found Ozeri. I started with an Earth Pan Wok, and that was all it took to get me completely hooked. Ozeri cookware is fantastic.

I have tried a number of cookware pieces from Ozeri, most recently, it was the 10" Stainless Steel Earth Pan.
This pan is incredible! First of all, it looks stunning. I love the deep silvery-black coating, but super shiny Stainless Steel is especially beautiful.
I love the handle. not only the color, but the sleek shape. It is super comfortable to hold too.
I love that it has the hang slot, but I especially love that it is secured with the rivets instead of only 2(or one in many cases). I have had so many handles come lose(or completely off) because they were not secured properly. ll of Ozeri's are done with the Rivets, and I have never had even the slightest wiggle from them.

The nonstick is flawless. You can cook eggs in this without adding anything, and they never stick. I have cooked so many things in my new pan, and everything has come out perfect. Last night I made some Lo Mein, and it was to die for.
I was able to just toss everything around and nothing even tried to stick. The sides are pretty deep, which I love. That is perfect for one skillet dishes such as this.

Washing this pan is effortless. I do wash with soap and a sponge(it takes like 30 seconds) just to make sure there is not residue, but you could just wipe out anything that gets on it. It is really that non-stick.

Another thing that I adore about Earth Pan is that the coating is SAFE. Their revolutionary Eterna nonstick coating(developed in the USA) is 100% PFOA-Free. I never have to worry about harmful  chemicals tainting my food like I had to with all traditional cookware. I am proud to serve my family food cooked with Earth Pan. I know I am giving them the best quality results, and the safest coating around.

Ozeri products are some of the highest quality i have ever used, and their prices are even a great deal LOWER than many inferior options. The best value for cost around, without question. If you are looking for affordable, durable, safe, high performance, stylish cookware, look no further than Ozeri.

*I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.*

5 comments :

  1. I love my ozeri pans, my only complaint is the handle. I have very weak hands and the grip is not there. So it makes it hard for me to handle. Other that these are awesome pans and nothing sticks I make omelettes without any oil or anything in the pan!

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  2. After I read this review I went right to Amazon and ordered the 12" stone earth pn and the lid. I am looking forward to trying eggs. Every other pan that says you don't need oil or butter just stick like crazy.

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  4. Don't waste your money on these pans. they work for a few weeks, but after that you'll be using more and more oil to keep food from sticking. Eventually even the oil won't help. One of the worst kitchen utensils I ever bought. 

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  5. I have been alarmed by the smell of the non-stick finish just before cooking. And no, the heat was low, never too hot.

    I would be interested to know more about the technical aspects of the finish they use?

    Yuck.

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