Green Kitchen Recipes Review

Making Egg Tacos with my Green Cooking Pot

I have been slowly converting my kitchen to have all eco-friendly and safe cookware which is why Green Cooking Pot caught my eye. I first bought a stainless steel sauce pan and was instantly in love. Next a large cast iron skillet. I really like it too, but it is big and ugly. I certainly can’t decorate my whole kitchen with cast iron.

But wait, I can!

Green Cooking Pots are made of enameled cast iron and are free of any chemicals. They are coated with fun, bright, colors like blue, green, orange, to give your kitchen some sparkle!

The enamel coating over the cast iron is a porcelain glaze that prevents rusting, eliminates the need to season the metal, and allows for more thorough cleaning. Did you know that cast iron can last a lifetime if properly cared for? What a great investment!

We are testing out the 10-inch French Blue Enamel Coated Cast Iron Skillet to make our famous Egg Tacos.

I have a new egg cracker in the kitchen these days. He has become quite the expert.

We are scrambling up three eggs in our new pan. Wow this skillet heats up nice and fast! The cast iron absorbs the heat and evenly distributes it.

I like the size of it. Not as big as my original, which is too big for scrambling eggs, but not too small that it limits what I use it for. The perfect size for preparing many meals.

When the eggs are cooked I divvy them up onto tortilla shells.

A sprinkle of cheese on top is what makes it delish, but our favorite thing to add is left over seasoned taco meat. Yum! We’ve also substituted with sausage.

Adding salsa and sour cream is the way I like it!

A very fast and simple breakfast that my boys ask for almost daily.

Check out their Square Grill Pans, Roasting Pans, Dutch Ovens & more!

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They can be used on any heat source including the oven for casseroles or baking bread too!!

Which Enamel Cast Iron product do you need the most? What will you make with it?

Green Cooking Pots sent me a skillet for this review but I was not compensated in any way for the post and all opinions are my own.

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  • I so want these kinds of pans in my kitchen. Once my other pans start to die these are what we'll replace them with. And they are so much easier than the regular cast iron. I can't tell you how many times we've had to re-season our skillet! :-0
  • oh my goodness - these are SOOO awesome - I have been checking out some from various companies too - I LOVE the way cast iron cooks, but I want the pretty ones! LOL - I would definitely start out with a skillet like yours, then maybe a grill pan!!
  • I plan on getting a cast iron skillet, because the more and more I read on what's in our cookware, the more scared I get. Oh, and how lucky are you to have such an enthusiastic helper in the kitchen!
  • My family uses cast iron. I love the idea of the ceramic layer on these ones. Now if only they could make them lighter. LOL. My wrists/arms just aren't strong enough for the giant sized skillets we use for our family of nine.
  • We have been wanting to start cooking with cast iron, but never got around to purchasing one. One day while my hubby and I were digging for antique bottles in an old phosphate mine, he found a cast iron skillet. After much research and some emails to a good friend who collects cast iron skillet we determined it was from the 1920's. We managed to get it cleaned up and seasoned. Now we love to cook with it. How cool to be using a cast iron skillet that we found that has so much history. I do love the porcelain glaze, a much more modern idea to cleaning. The square grilling pan is my fav :)
  • I love these - had one this morning, actually! I like to change it up occasionally and fry instead of scramble my eggs. ;)

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