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14 Inch Traditional Cast Iron Wokset

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  • Designed with a round bottom to accommodate electric or gas cooktops
  • 5 piece wok set includes 14 in. single handle round bottom wok
  • Wood knob dome wok cover to help retain heat while cooking, tempura rack Bamboo spatula and 1-pair cooking chopsticks
  • Any type of cooking utensil can be used on wok
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14 Inch Traditional Cast Iron Wokset + 7" Cleaning Whisk + One 6 diameter Bamboo Skimmer/Strainer
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0001LXEXI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,385 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Set includes wok, stainless steel rack,lid cover,cooking chopstick and spatura= 5 pcs.

Customer Reviews

I give it 5 stars because of its simplicty.
K. Williamson
We followed the video instructions for seasoning carefully, and we have had no trouble cooking with the wok.
Denise A. Keller
I can hold it up by the handle with one finger.
S. Eason

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

125 of 129 people found the following review helpful By D. Frysinger on December 8, 2004
To again correct the original reviewer, this is a cast iron wok, it is obvious as the handles were cast with the body and the casting marks are evident.

I just finished seasoning the wok and it works wonderfully. Much better that the chemically treated non stick pans/woks. There are simple seasoning instructions, a nice recipe book, and even some extra goodies (like a bamboo wok cleaning whisk) to get you going that the wok store threw in with my package.

This is a traditional chinese wok that is very solid and functional. There are no fancy hand grips or anything but I personally prefer traditional cast iron and enjoy the fact that I don't have to worry about melting or scorching the handles.

The included spatula is surprisingly nice as well. It came with the wooden handle loose, and I thought I had gotten a defect, but there were even instructions with the spatula that mentioned this is normal while shipping the traditional wok utensils, and to simply pound the handle in a bit. Now the handle is solidly implanted and the thing feels indestructible.

Overall I am very pleased with this set and the wok store company. For anyone looking for a straight up authentic (and low priced) wok kit, you can't go wrong with this one.
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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Steve973 on January 28, 2009
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I have been looking for a wok for a while. I found a carbon steel wok in a popular department store chain (the one that people try to pronounce in a "french" way to be funny) and it was a big wok for a low price. However, that wok has a lacquer type of coating on it that would partially peel off every time I used it. Is this healthy or normal? It definitely worried me.

This wok, however, is a rustic-looking, traditional cast-iron wok and it has no coating to speak of. Once you scour away the protective oil on it, just use lard to season it and it becomes absolutely perfect! The directions instruct you to coat it with oil and bake it for 20 minutes at a time, and then repeat once or twice more. I recommend that you use a thin coating of lard and bake it for one hour at 450 and do this a total of three times. Oil tends to leave an uneaven, streaky type of coating that I'm not very fond of.

I didn't know if I would like the round bottom. My previous wok had a flat bottom, but after using the round bottom wok, I appreciate the difference. The heating seems to be much more even, and you have better control of your food when you are stir-frying. The included wok ring makes the round bottom a non-issue anyway, so it sits with stability on your range.

It comes with a lid and a spatula, plus a few other cool things that the wok shop threw in. For $35, I think you get something *far* better than you can find in your local store (specialty or department store, even).
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By S. Eason on June 9, 2009
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I read everything I could about woks before purchasing this one. Everyone has a different opinion about material, size, heat source, etc.
I got this cast iron wok on the recommendation of a high school foreign exchange student from Fuzhou, China. Her mom uses one that is very similar.
This is definitely cast iron, but it weighs less than 3 lbs. I can hold it up by the handle with one finger. It came with some extra little goodies and that a surprise. Anyway, I seasoned it using the email I received as a guide. I used a Brillo pad to scour the whole thing and rinsed it in hot water. I used a thin layer of Crisco and baked it in my gas grill @ 350 degrees for 20 minutes. I let it cool and scrubbed it with a sponge in soapy hot water. I repeated these steps again. Then I coated it again and baked the wok @ 450 degrees for 20 minutes. My wok is now shiny black and nothing stick. The first meal I made was a simple chicken and vegetable stir-fry I got from a website. It came out excellent and every meal since then has also; even popcorn! Clean-up is hot water, soap, and a sponge. Couldn't be easier. Same for the spatula.
I have to confess now that I have a Whirlpool ceramic flat-top stove. After wok cooking on this stove over a dozen times using the wok and wok ring, I cannot detect any damage. I turn the largest element on high and go. I've also been using cast iron skillets on this stove top nearly everyday for 6 years and I really didn't think I could hurt it despite what I've read on the web about the dangers of doing so.
If I dropped and broke this wok today, I would have another one on order within 10 minutes. I will never be without one again.

Update: I have enjoyed cooking in this wok so much, I have invited friends and family to watch me cook in it and they have enjoy the results that come from it. I have ordered one for my son and his wife as an anniversary present and one for a friend as a birthday present because they wanted one so much.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Sean on May 2, 2005
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Most people I showed this wok set to could not believe the price I paid for it. This kit contains everything you need to start wok'n except the food.

I seasoned it using the instructions sent to me in an email by the shop owner and what had looked like a dull, lifeless hunk of metal took on an almost sculptural look of bronze patterned metal. It was almost a shame to cook on it, but now that I have a few meals on the surface, water beads up and rolls off and nothing sticks to the shiny surface. I did need to take a metal file to the outside edges before seasoning, as they were quite sharp, but otherwise everything is just what I was looking for. I have already placed my next order from The Wok Shop.
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