Mar 292013
 

On the weekends I love to make breakfast – my favorite two items to make are ham and cheese omelets or blueberry french toast and  for both I use a frying pan.  I just started using this great 10″ Stone Earth Pan by Ozeri and I am so glad to have found it.

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I can’t say enough about this pan ~ I love it!  It uses Stonehenge which is a safe and natural stone-derived coating from Germany. It is non-stick and free of PFOA (PerFluoroOctanoic Acid) which is used in traditional cookware. The pan can be used at high temperatures and no harmful substances are released in to the environment.  This is because the Stone Earth Pan uses a natural coating from nature – not a laboratory.

There are so many things I like about this pan; it is scratch-resistance, I use half the amount of oil that I normally would, and it is so easy to clean up.  Just hot soapy water and a sponge.  The Pan is made of the highest quality die-cast aluminum that allows for even cooking and browning with no hot spots. The handle is a heat resistant silicone coating and the bottom magnetized for rapid heat transfer.

 

My omelet turned out perfect and slide right out of the pan with no problem.  See how it is nicely cooked? The 10″ Stone Earth Pan is the perfect size too! The Stone Earth Pan by Ozeri is my favorite item in the kitchen right now.  I am always trying to think of what I should use my Stone Earth Pan for.

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I think this would be a great investment for any kitchen.  It would make a great shower gift for a bride to be.  I am sure it will last for years and be greatly appreciated.  You can purchase your own Stone Earth Pan to use in your kitchen or buy for a gift HERE on Amazon.com.  I am sure you will love it as much as I do mine!

  One Response to “10″ Stone Earth Pan by Ozeri Review”

  1. I like a really heavy pan for most cooking. I Think this pan would be great.

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