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Bodum Chambord Enameled Cast Iron Wok With Glass Lid, Black

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  • Bowl shaped design that efficiently distributes heat whether you are using a gas, electric, or induction stove
  • Works on all stovetops including induction
  • Practical wok rack makes it possible for you to cook vegetables and meat at different times or to keep food warm
  • Flat bottom prevents the wok from shifting while you're cooking
  • Sturdy cast iron construction
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Material Cast iron Cast Iron Cast Iron Steel
Size 14.5" 14" 14 IN 12 IN
Color Black Black Gray Black
Dimensions 6 inches x 16 inches x 16 inches 0 inches x 0 inches x 0 inches 3.75 inches x 22.75 inches x 14 inches 7.1 inches x 19.7 inches x 12.9 inches
Item Weight Information not provided 14 pounds 4.2 pounds 3.1 pounds
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Product Description

Color: Black

The wok is quickly becoming a kitchen staple in many households due to its versatility. Bring it out to stir-fry some of your favorite veggies, or use it to roast, steam or simmer. The wok's unique shape actually came about because of an energy shortage; its rounded sides provide a larger cooking surface that can be heated to very high temperatures while consuming less energy. The Chambord Wok has a shiny enamel coating available in five different colors and a glass lid. It’s made from cast iron, enamel, stainless steel, glass, bamboo and silicone and is 14-1/2-inch in diameter.

Product Information

Color:Black
Product Dimensions 16 x 16 x 6 inches
Item Weight 16 pounds
Shipping Weight 16 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Bodum
ASIN B003LL18MO
Item model number K0810-01E
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #149,959 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#734 in Kitchen & Dining > Cookware > Woks & Stir-Fry Pans
Date first available at Amazon.com July 11, 2010

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Color: White Verified Purchase
I cook Chinese food everyday so wok is my most important cookware. Had purchase many nonstick wok through the year but always end up buying different wok the next time because the nonstick surface either peel or scratch later. I decided to give this one a try. I just love it! It is very heavy so it's kind of hard to wash but it balance good when I stir fry, I don't need to hold the handle as I cook or pour the food in the plate, and it works very good for stir fry. I'm not good with word in English, but I can say this is the BEST wok I've ever own.
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Color: Black Verified Purchase
I purchased a cookbook - the Steamy Kitchen Cookbook by Jaden Hair. In this book she reviews the various types of woks and how to select the correct design for your stove. She highly recommended a cast iron wok - and when I was looking through Amazon's options - this wok stood out because it is not only functional, but the enameled outside, makes it a stunning piece of cookware. I've never cooked with cast iron and found that this wok is perfect for the Asian cooking I am learning. Heat distribution is even. The lid actually works for steaming and there is a rack that can be used to keep the food warm, while cooking other items. The wok is very heavy - just be aware of that fact - and you will love your new wok.
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Color: Black
I've had this (or maybe an earlier version) for around 10 years(?), and it's fantastic. It's solid, very heavy (doesn't move even with vigorous use on a smoothtop), cleans up well (avoid soap!), even looks nice. The mass of cast iron is a big win when stir-frying; the temp won't drop as much when new food is added. The flat bottom works great with electric ranges/smoothtops, and also with induction.
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Color: Red Verified Purchase
For those of us who are fans of Chinese food, we know that most dishes are done in a wok. Steaming, searing, stir frying, deep frying, braising, and even soups are made in the wok. The wok itself, is simple enough. Either carbon steel or cast iron. But as Danny Kaye found out, any reputable Chinese restaurant has a special kitchen built around the wok; and that wok, and it's own special kitchen, comes from Robert Yick in San Francisco. These woks are up to 30" in diameter and the burners can fire up to 150,000 BTU.

The secret to wok cooking is high temperature. The problem with most homes is that most gas ranges go up to maybe 20,000 BTU, with some high end ranges going a little bit higher. Electric ranges putting out 1500 watts really aren't that great either. Higher price point home ranges such as Viking, Wolf, Kenmore Pro, and KitchenAid all offer ranges with higher BTU gas burners that could work very well if you want to spend that kind of money. The Wok Shop in San Francisco sells a Hurricane Portable Stove which can be hooked up to propane tanks or natural gas, and puts out 35,000 BTU.

What has worked for me is to pair a cast iron wok with an induction cooktop. My basic set-up is a camping type cast iron wok with a round bowl on the inside and a flat bottom. Lodge Pro Logic 14" Cast Iron Wok, Black, Bayou Classic 7437 12-1/2-Inch Cast Iron Wok,
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Color: Black
This was one of my favorite cooking accessories...I had it for exactly 2 years. I would never let anyone use it. I took good care of it! I even seasoned it after EVERY use. Then I noticed a bubble on the bottom of my wok this past week. It cracked open and flaked off to reveal a silver layer underneath. It was a very thin layer that flaked off. I called the company (Bodum) and they said that sometimes cast iron is made with a thin layer of cast iron on top and a layer of stainless steel in the middle. They advised that I no longer use the wok. This saddened me. I feel like it was false advertisement...at least for the price. The quality was not there...definitely not worth the money. And the company obviously did not stand behind their product...buy at your own risk...
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By Tinaq on November 1, 2011
Color: Black Verified Purchase
Just got this last week. The black color one for $61, very good price. You need to check Amazon constantly for price update. The wok is good quality, and relatively lighter than other cast iron wok(like lodge). Use it once on a smooth top, good result. In order to get the "wok hay" you need to preheat at least 5 minutes. I use hot water and pad to clean before next dishes.
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Color: Red Verified Purchase
From a distance, this wok looks impressive. But under closer inspection, there are some imperfections in the interior - some bumps of iron that can be felt when using a bamboo spatula. Also, some of the enameled coating on the bottom chipped off the first time I used it - doesn't effect cooking, but it was a disappointment.
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Color: Red Verified Purchase
This wok is such a good buy!! I want every color, but Olive Oil would kill me!! I use it on a Nuwave PIC, and it works very well. It is large and colorful. I've made fried rice, Beijing beef and almond chicken. It heats evenly gets plenty hot enough. Performs well, some reviewer said enamel popped off bottom, just remember if wok gets too hot it will expand, and porcelain won't . Something gotta give. With proper care this will last a very long time. I have never cooked with cast iron before, I was really surprised that food didn't stick. I would highly recommend this product. Buy with confidence if u can still get one!
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