Kitchen Craft Pure Oriental Wok Carbon Steel Non-Stick, 26.5 cm - £7.16 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Kitchen Craft Pure Oriental Wok Carbon Steel Non-Stick, 26.5 cm - £7.16 @ Amazon

£7.16 @ Amazon
High quality carbon steel with heavy duty non stick interior Flat base for maximum balance and control Suitable for all heat sources excluding induction Inspirational oriental recipe included …
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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
High quality carbon steel with heavy duty non stick interior
Flat base for maximum balance and control
Suitable for all heat sources excluding induction
Inspirational oriental recipe included
Size - 26.5cm (D) x 46cm(L)
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#1
that will last 5min cold :(
#2
Non-stick... nice when it ends up in your food, and it will! :-(

Waste of time, for one thing, PTFE finishes hate high temperatures, and Wok cooking is all abut getting it as hot as possible.

A proper wok gets it's own non-stick finish from carbonised oil in no time at all, treated remotely properly, and they are cheap enough anyway - look at Chinese supermarkets, or online if you are not near one, and you can have a choice of handle styles, and round or flat bottomed to suit your cooker.
#3
Carbon steel will rust if the non-stick wears off (in my experience even the best coatings will fail).
#4
COMARANTZ
Carbon steel will rust if the non-stick wears off (in my experience even the best coatings will fail).


A bare carbon steel wok wont rust at all as part of the treatment is making sure the cooking oil carbonises on the inside (and outside surfaces) I have had my current one 14 years without a trace of rusting, the previous one I gave to someone and it's still going strong, it must be 20+ now!

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