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14" Wok Chuan (Spatula)


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  • Stainless steel, 14" wok chuan (spatula)
  • Makes cooking and scooping quick and easy
  • Comfortable wood handle
  • Wood handle are removeable and can replace if old
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00012F408
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,304 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

This shovel-like tool makes cooking and scooping in a hot wok quick, easy, and efficient. The wooden tip prevents spatula from getting too hot to handle. The contour and sloping sides fit well into the curved wok. 16" length (the most common household size) can be used in a 12" or 14" wok and 17" length for 16" wok. Larger sizes also available.


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Customer Reviews

So sadly I returned it.
Shan
And as soon as I took the spatula out of the package the wooden part of the handle started falling off.
marmstead
Sturdy well made spatula.
Albert Zigler

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By B. Gross on November 21, 2007
Gotta admit that I was a bit thrown off that the wood part of the handles (bought 2 spatulas) were not attached the the metal part of the spatula. That was no problem... just line the wood handles in the holes of the spatulas... tap them in with a hammer, and your good.... really pretty easy. The handles are also raw (unstained/unsealed/untreated) wood. Just add a food-safe oil of some sort to the wood after each wash, to keep the handles from drying and spliting, and they should last quite a very long time.

Over all... four stars... they could have put the handles, but no big deal.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Nacho on August 6, 2009
I read the reviews here about the wooden handle issues, but crossed my fingers and ordered this anyway (great price). When the spatula arrived I tugged on the wooden handle to see if there would be an issue, it popped right off with ease. It just sticks in the handle like a cork. I really like the spatula and wanted to make it work so I figured I would go out to the garage and put a screw in it.

When I got out there I saw I tube of Liquid Nails (contractor strength, bought from home depot). I squirted the end of the handle full and shoved the wooden part in there, then let it dry overnight. This worked like a charm, no matter how hard you pull on it, it stays put. I gave the edges where the wood meets metal a little sanding and you would never know the dirty little secret.

The wood already seems dry and has a split in it, I'll probably put some water seal on it when I can find some.

I used it to cook with and it works like a champ, I really like this spatula.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Albert Zigler on April 20, 2006
Sturdy well made spatula. Perfect for use in 12in to 16in woks. For the price you just can't go wrong.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Geedee on April 29, 2008
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This item is perfect for dishing out sauce and stir fry from your wok. The only problem is the handle comes loose and needs to be tapped in occasionally.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By EvilGerman on July 24, 2011
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Came in two pieces which did not fit well together and the spatula end is loose. can probably fix with a hammer and a bit of wood to fill out the gaps. However I expected to buy a spatula not a project.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David S. Rosenberg on July 2, 2010
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Came apart in first day of usage. It's still a wobbly spatula after reattaching. Two stars because would be nice if it were put together better.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John Merrill on February 5, 2008
This is a truly fine tool. I like the handle and it seemed long at first but after using it the reason for the length becomes obvious -- it keeps the part you hold away from the heat and a wok is a pretty deep and wide pan after all. It has just the right curve to fit the wok bottom and I can even scoop all the juice from the bottom of the wok and I mean all. I really like the design with just the right amount of lip and angle between scoop and handle. It really inspires confidence and I find myself moving it pretty fast yet accurately and it actually makes you feel like a pro. Its also seamless so it has no gap to collect food like others I have seen and the metal portion is long enough that the wood part of the handle never gets food on it. I really did think it was to long when I first looked at it but just use it and you see that you wouldn't want it any shorter and I only have a 14" wok. I wonder if it would be as fun in a 16" wok.? I guess that's really only an inch more lip all the way around to go from a 14 and a 16 so it probably wouldn't matter at all. By the way The Wok Shop is who I got mine from here through Amazon and they are just wonderful. I called and flooded them with questions and they were truly good to me. I'm a single man and not exactly a cook but I like my wok a lot and anyone can cook in a wok. Brown and season some onions and meat in almost no oil (use high temp so no olive oil -- peanut or corn oils work) then wash the meat and onions by throwing about a cup and a half of water on then and pull them up out of the juice. Throw some carrots in the juice and put lots of green vegatables around the remaining sides. Cover and wait until the veggies are nicely steamed.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Todd March on December 27, 2009
I love these wok spatulas--they feel like a long powerful extension of your hand, and the shape is perfect for the sides of woks, particularly the round bottomed woks.

BUT,yes, the wood will just pop out. DO THIS: either hammer the wood back in, further than the lathing allows, or turn it over and pound the wood into the metal on the ground. Either way the wood will grind in further than it is suppose to (the lathing) and never come back out. You might have a few wood splinters appear near the metal, but remove them and then mineral oil the wood and you are good to go...!
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