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Non-stick Round Handle Aluminium Alloy Wok

SKU:A2443000GH

The cuisine wok features thick, flat, wide bottom which is great for quick heating and cooking. This durable hot Cooking wok has great function and outside. With a strong, durable interior, this hot Cooking wok is ideal for daily use. Compatible with...
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Specifications:


  • Finished with durable handle to give you more convenience when using this hot cuisine wok
  • Features classical color and round mouth design
  • Durable nonstick interior of the Aluminium Alloy Cooking wok provides easy release when cooking and cleaning up
  • Designed with round month and unique handle, the Cooking wok have deep interior
  • Compatible with induction burners and can go into the oven for the perfect finish to any grilled food  
  • Material: Aluminium Alloy
  • Color: Black
  • Diameter: 30cm/11.8in

Details:

Non-stick Round Handle Aluminium Alloy Wok


  • Durable nonstick interior of the Cooking wok provides easy release when cooking and cleaning up

Non-stick Round Handle Aluminium Alloy Wok


  • With reasonable design, the wok has nice looking and practical

Non-stick Round Handle Aluminium Alloy Wok


  • With a strong, durable interior, the hot Cooking wok are ideal for frying, searing, and browning a variety of meats and vegetables

How Does a Wok Work?


The Wok


  • A wok is a cooking pot that is traditionally used in Asia. The traditional wok is shaped like a bowl, with a round bottom and high sides. A wok is designed for cooking at high temperatures. In Asia, food is chopped up into small pieces so that it cooks quickly in the wok. This style of cooking originally developed to conserve expensive cooking fuel

Cooking in a Wok


  • The shape of a wok allows the chef to control the speed that food cooks. The bottom of the wok gets the hottest. Food is left at the bottom to cook at a high heat. The food is pushed to the sides of the wok, when lower heat cooking is desired. Chefs can cook multiple food items at once in a wok, all at different temperatures. For instance, meats can be cooked at the bottom of the pot, while vegetables are pushed to the sides. The high sides of the wok allows the chef to quickly stir foods without spilling

Flat Bottom Woks


  • In Asia, the round bottom shape of a wok fits perfectly on an Asian stove top. The round bottom of a wok does not fit as well on an American stove top. To solve the problem, some pot manufacturers sell flat bottom woks. The problem is, the flat bottom woks do not cook the same as the round bottom ones do. The flat bottom has creases which does not allow the food to stir as easily. Food gets stuck in the creases, which allows it to burn under the high cooking temperatures. A cooking ring is an alternative. A wok cooking ring is designed to make a round bottom wok fit on an American stove top. The ring sits on top of the burner, and the round bottom wok sits inside the ring

Electric Woks


  • An electric wok is designed for use without a stove top. The electric wok has a built in heating element. A common complaint with electric woks, is that they do not heat as evenly as traditional woks do
  • Cooking with a Wok
  • Because woks cook at high temperatures, it is important to stir foods constantly. Food should be chopped into bite size pieces before they are put into the pan. Large pieces of food will burn on the outside and stay raw on the inside. Experiment with Asian food recipes

Package Included:


  • 1 x Wok