14 Inches Carbon Steel Wok with Helper Handle (Flat Bottom), 14 Gauge Thickness, USA Made
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- Made with heavy 14-gauge carbon steel wok
- Flat bottom can sit directly on electric stove or grills
- Wooden side spool handle allow full command of the wok
- Made of unseasoned heavy carbon steel. Designed for rapid, even heating and cooling
- NOTICE: NEED TO SEASON FIRST BEFORE USE. Hand wash only and Dry Immediately
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|Item Dimensions||—||15.4 x 22.8 x 3.6 in||14 x 23.25 x 5.63 in||—||—||14 x 22.75 x 3.75 in|
|Material Type||Carbon Steel||Steel||Steel||steel||Carbon Steel||Cast Iron|
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This heavy 14-gauge wok is an easy and fun to use. The natural, blond, wooden handle and side spool handle allows the cook full command of the wok. The flat bottom wok is designed to sit directly on an electric stove to take advantage of all the heat. Wok cooking is done with high heat. The flat bottom wok also works very efficiently on a gas stove. If cooking with gas, the same wok is available in round bottom. Wok measures 4" in depth. Cooking recommendations: 12" for up to 5 people, 14" for 6 to 12 people, and 16" for over 12 people. Must be seasoned.
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First of all that machine oil or whatever is not that hard to get off... Really steel wool hot soapy water..of you have a degreaser dish soap for pots and pans use it... and just scrub it off...I washed it about ten minutes while yakking on the phoneI first put it on the stove and wiped it with oil...saw a little black on my paper towel..and washed it again ..but it is nothing like what I read on some reviews...
I did the oven method ..no smoking no smell..come on folks this wok was so EASY to wash and season..
It came perfectly I thought it would be covered in oil in a plastic bag and boxed ....it was lightly coated and in a box..with great instructions..I also took wok classes so I knew...and have been using cast iron for over 40 years as my mom has some and then I got my own.
carbon steel is the best for woks It really blows away stainless and non stick...they just do not get as hot..ypu have to use more oil with them and you cannot get the true stirfry with stainless and non stick...
Even during seasoning you can see how much heat it holds how much hotter this pan gets.
After I oven seasoned..I stirfried some scallions leaves I got at the Korean market...my wok is such a beautiful bronze..
i have the 14 inch...i am thinking of getting a 16 inch with the two metal handles to make my broccoli rabe and other greens in..and i like the idea i can put the metal handle type in the oven..
This wok is everything I wanted and am so glad...I have a semi pro gas stove it does generate more heat than my last gas stove...my Mom and Brother who is a chef who spent time in Korea and China He loves Asian food and has inrptroduced us to stuff we never knew existed . ...he has a wok he got there many moons ago...but when I whipped mine out and saw my patina LOL and he was all alright let's fire this baby up...LOL though he prefers a round bottom wok...he said mine is great also...He gave it high points for how it heated up and all....I loved that he checked it out! LOL I am a girl and I go check his saws and woodwork tools...go figure..but that is my family so getting a seal of approval is great...Even my 81 year old mom is thinking of getting one..she sees how nicely eveything turned out and how fast! Nothing wound up steaming or getting mushy.
It really makes a difference to have a carbon steel wok...the right tool for the job! I am only going yo buy from the wok shop from now on..it is very worth it!
There are many ways to season a Wok on on YouTube, in books, and on the Internet. Included, however, are easy to follow seasoning directions, which are consistent with many some Youtube videos.
Seasoning was easy, and in a short while, following included diredtions, this wok was totally non-stick the first evening. And it works like a charm. Handles are well thought out, making this wok easy to use.
I was surprised by some negative comments in reviews. For example some complained about the handle. One woman complained there was no nut. Well the connection is theaded! Just screw it in! Another complained handle not tight enough--the fix is simple--tighten it. Mine is rock solid with simple hand tightening. (No tools!) Another complained there were no instructions on how to attach handle. That is true, but the three parts come Pre-assembled and "you just screws handle to wok. (So now you have directions!) Idon't think I could do it incorrectly if I tried. Really, it is so simple and obvious, and takes less than a minute. And then some one speculated the wooden handles may last--well maybe so, but that speculation is not consistent with my wolld experience. My handles are flawless. I am not afraid of wood-- I have 30 year old wooden salef bowels and utensils, my fathers ax, sledge hammer, and grandfathers wooden level and two hammers. Then there is my 25 year old wooden frame, canvass covered kayak and 20 year old wooden folding dinghy.
Most complaints are about seasoning, and food sticking..I know this can scare off potential buyers. I have seasoned cast iron, a French carbon steal omelet pan,and one or 2 other woks. Importantly, this wok is the easiest thing I have ever seasoned. They all season. But the ease of seasoning with this wok, inpart, may be due to the seasoning method, which was new to me.
Reading reviews, some prior instructions were apparently to use the oven method. Current instructions use the "blueing" method, and are clearly spelled out on the instruction sheet. I did review a couple of demos on Youtube, which I found reassuring. But those demos were not necessary, as the printed directions are simple and straight forward. After following the simple seasoning process, I stirred fried an onion just to be sure my wok it was non-stick. Just as I suspected because of the way the seasoning went so smoothly, my wok was 100 non-stick!! I didn't even need to even wash it--just sipped it out.
Mine was appropriately packaged, with instructions to contact seller if damaged or parts were missing.
I have gone into this detail so newbes won't be scared off, and miss out on what I consider a very high quality and even asthecically pleasing wok. I have no connections with this company--was not offered anything for my review. In paid the normal reasonable price. But my adult children will fine them under their Christmas tree. And. as time goes on, will will gift them to appropriate friends.
Hope this helps.
Also, beware that if you're using this over a big fire, the wooden handles can easily burn as the curved shape of the wok directs the flame right to the handles.
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