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Helen Chen's Asian Kitchen 14-inch Carbon Steel Flat Bottom Lidded Wok Set
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- Traditional carbon steel wok set created in collaboration with Helen Chen
- Includes 14-inch wok, domed metal lid, 13-inch bamboo spatula, and recipes
- Crafted from 1.6 mm carbon steel for durability, comfortable weight, and quick conduction
- Durable and attractive wooden handles; compatible with gas and electric stoves
- Washing by hand recommended; simple initial seasoning required
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This item: Helen Chen's Asian Kitchen 14-inch Carbon Steel Flat Bottom Lidded Wok Set
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|Size||14-Inch with Lid||14 IN||14 IN||14 IN|
|Dimensions||10 inches x 19 inches x 14 inches||5.63 inches x 23.25 inches x 14 inches||3.6 inches x 22.8 inches x 15.4 inches||4 inches x 23.5 inches x 14 inches|
|Item Weight||5 pounds||5.7 pounds||4.2 pounds||3.4 pounds|
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Flat-bottomed for stability, this wok features deeply sloped sides and dual heat-resistant handles made of wood. A high-domed lid allows for steaming and accommodates bamboo steam baskets comfortably. The set also includes a 13-inch bamboo spatula and recipe booklet. For best results, both wok and lid should always be washed by hand. --Emily Bedard
Top Customer Reviews
Yes, the lid is thin and easy to ding, but the wok is heavy enough that I already need two hands to move it from point A to B, I don't want a heavy lid to contend with either.Read more ›
I looked at woks at stores and found that most of them were poorly made. At one box store there was one for about $20. It looked okay, but upon inspection, the metal was thin and the handles were not made well.
I also went to a cooking store only to find poor quality too. The wok I looked at was about $39. Very thin material.
I will agree with one cooking expert who said not to buy an expensive wok. You can spend up to $100 on one, but you don't need one that expensive. In fact, a good carbon steel wok with decent thickness should cost you about $20 to $30. I got mine for a little over $22.
This wok is about the thickest one you can buy on the market. 1.8mm. I think Helen Chen sells another one that is 2mm thick too. The thickness of this one is just perfect. Compared to others I looked at, this one doesn't flex when you pick it up.
As far as seasoning the wok. Use a gas stove. An electric stove doesn't get hot enough. I initially used my electric stove, but was not satisfied with the glaze, so I got my white gas Coleman camping stove out. It worked just perfect! The electric stove works fine for cooking though.
If you have an electric stove, like I do, and need to season your wok, go to a friend's home that has a gas stove, or use a camping stove like I did. Open all the windows, it does get quite smokey and the smoke will set off the smoke alarm.
In conclusion, I recommend this wok. If you like stir fry like I do, you will be very satisfied with your purchase.
Thanks for reading my review.
It's not worth the shipping for warranty and have it rejected to say that it's been abused due to using high heat, which is how you are suppose to cook with a wok anyway. Additionally, I don't want to bother going through trouble of re-seasoning a new wok again.
The exposed helper handle is actually composed of two L-shaped metal pieces with a gap in-between them instead of one solid U-shaped handle. so it loosely rotates a little and is rendered useless without the bamboo wrapped around it - bad design I'd say. For now, I've made a fix by wrapping a makeshift pipe around those two metal pieces to serve as a handle.
I would never buy wooden handle cookware, especially glued bamboo types, again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I followed the instructions to the letter, and the pan rusted after one wash, it has so much rust I'm afraid to use it again, going t ask for my money back!! Don't buy this item!!Published 7 days ago by Bruce Bell
stained and ?rusted? when I left water in it for a little while. I threw it away. I'd not recommend you buy this.Published 15 days ago by John Nez
Fantastic!!! Wonderful wok - easy to season and get started making great Chinese stir fry foods. Great size.Published 24 days ago by JJinTX
If you have a flat glass top stove this is the best wok I have owned.Published 1 month ago by Sbcougar
I purchased this wok due to the high rated reviews but don't like the rust and it doesn't work well with high heat. I'm debating to just throw it away since I don't use it anymore.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Love cooking with this wok. After you season it, I found it best to continue to season now & again...love the flat bottom , great to have in the kitchen. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ozatlarge
- Excellent product at an excellent price. I believe this is the 3rd or 4th Helen Chen Wok I have purchased as gifts. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David in SC
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