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- This 8 1/4-Inch Cold Forged Plated Steel Wok Rack (ALSR001) is a vital piece of cookware for any Asian food eating establishment
- Used to support woks when cooking on a regular range, this wok rack has a top diameter of 8 1/4" and a bottom diameter of 9 7/8"
- Keep in mind that a wok ring should typically be 4" smaller than the desired wok diameter
- It is a product from Thunder Group
- It has a innovative design
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This 8 1/4-Inch Cold Forged Plated Steel Wok Rack (ALSR001) is a vital piece of cookware for any Asian food eating establishment. Used to support woks when cooking on a regular range, this wok rack has a top diameter of 8 1/4" and a bottom diameter of 9 7/8". Keep in mind that a wok ring should typically be 4" smaller than the desired wok diameter.
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Question is, does it work? YES! We have a 14" round bottom wok which sits nicely in this rack providing much needed stability. Without it the wok would wobble on top of our electric stove top which could be a definite burning hazard.
Measurements? It is approximately 1 7/8" high, 8 1/8" in diameter at the top and 10 1/4" wide at the bottom. It is the PERFECT size for one of our large stove rings. We have a glass top electric stove. (See pic.)
My only complaint which is really not a complaint but an observation is that the wok bottom does NOT touch the stove top therefore I found I needed to cook on HIGH for it to be effective. You won't get the same results that you would using gas flame like you see the Chinese chefs cooking with.
PLEASE NOTE that you sit your wok in the WIDE end with the narrow end of the rack being in contact with your stove top.
We purchased this item at full price. We were not required to write a review but chose to do so. Thanks, Liz
this one came in bent and the edges are insane sharp !!! and the material feels really soft
this model or manufacture is 1 star not wok rings in general as they are a needed item even to rest your round bottom woks on to serve etc..
Update 5/29/2014: Okay, NOW the description says it's steel. When I bought it, it said aluminum.
Other than that not a lot to say about it.
I have another one very similar to it (I have 3 woks), and both of them sat precariously perched on the edges of the burner grates...one little slip and they would slide off one way or another. I used a pair of tin snips to cut 4 notches in them (1 o'clock, 4 o'clock, 7 o'clock, 10 o'clock) so that they would nest down over the 4 corners of the grates. Ain't no slippin' now!
To paraphrase an old Ventures tune, get one today: Wok, Don't Run