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35cm diameter PYRA wok £2.39 @ ikea
35cm diameter PYRA wok £2.39 @ ikea

35cm diameter PYRA wok £2.39 @ ikea

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Key features
Works well on all types of hobs, including induction hob.
With non-stick coating for easy cooking.
Two handles make it easy to lift the pan.
Sloping sides making the food drop down on the bottom where the heat is highest; stir carefully for a crisp result.

Handwash only.
Suitable for use on gas hob.
Suitable for use on induction hob.
Suitable for use on glass ceramic hob.
Suitable for use on cast iron hob.

17 Comments

Good price, will be getting the OH to go get one, as she can go to NEXT at the same time for shoes lol

Got one of these a couple of months ago and its brilliant , last night I had chicken stirfry done in peanut satay sauce . Non stick coating is great , easy to wash etc

I got one and the first time i used it the non sticky coating came off, was rubbish. However this was just my experience, i didnt bother getting another one..

Suitable for use on induction hob.
That's handy - hot

Good price, but you get what you pay for with woks I have found... spent loads on so called non-stick woks over the last few years only to have the non-stick coating come off within 1-3 months of using it, and yes I only use wooden or plastic utensils so as not to scratch the surface... they just can't stand up to the heat that they are supposed to. Anyway so bought a proper carbon steel wok for approx £15 a while back and never had any problems with it since... you just have to spend a bit of time seasoning the wok before you use it.
I know some people will go ahead and buy this instead, but if like me you end up having to throw good food away because it has the non-stick coating on it then you don't save money by buying cheaper woks anyway.

You guys do know that you have to use a different sponge when washing non stick teflon coating? The usual sponges with the green scrubs will knacker the teflon coating and rub it off.

For this price they are pretty much disposable - can't expect it to last any length of time. Good deal though, voted hot.

I've bought loads of woks, cheap and expensive and the non-stick always comes off after about 3 months. However, I bought one of these aout a month ago. We use it every other day or more and so far so good. If I only get another week out of it (I think it will last as it seems to be one of the better ones I have bought - no sign of non-stick coming off yet) for the price you don't mind.

Great Wok got my second one today we use it everyother day. Last one lasted over 6 months ideal lasts as long as the Ken Holm ones so for that price excellent heat heat heat

paddy.stone;7980007

Good price, but you get what you pay for with woks I have found... spent … Good price, but you get what you pay for with woks I have found... spent loads on so called non-stick woks over the last few years only to have the non-stick coating come off within 1-3 months of using it, and yes I only use wooden or plastic utensils so as not to scratch the surface... they just can't stand up to the heat that they are supposed to. Anyway so bought a proper carbon steel wok for approx £15 a while back and never had any problems with it since... you just have to spend a bit of time seasoning the wok before you use it.I know some people will go ahead and buy this instead, but if like me you end up having to throw good food away because it has the non-stick coating on it then you don't save money by buying cheaper woks anyway.



The ONLY pans with non-stick coatings I buy now are frying pans used JUST for eggs and omelettes, other frying pans are carbon steel, and woks HAVE to be carbon steel... as Ken Hom himself USED to say, until he started making more money by selling cheap-ish non-stick woks! Although he does still flog steel ones too! (sainsburys.co.uk/sol…965 )

As you say, the non stick coating (and boy have I tried a few, of ALL prices and qualities) just can't take the heat, especially with proper & serious cooking like is needed in frying and especially stir frying. My wok and main frying pan - both carbon steel are donkey's years old, and have seen off about a dozen or more non stick pans in the meantime! By doing ALL hard frying in a carbon steel pan, a ten quid non-stick frying pan has lasted me about a year and is still unmarked - if they are used for everything they deteriorate in just weeks.

You don't even need to pay as much as £15 for one either... Chinese Supermarkets are a good source - different styles at low prices, prices go up if you have to order one for delivery though.

Can this stand 150,000BTU?

nihcaj;7981819

The ONLY pans with non-stick coatings I buy now are frying pans used JUST … The ONLY pans with non-stick coatings I buy now are frying pans used JUST for eggs and omelettes, other frying pans are carbon steel, and woks HAVE to be carbon steel... as Ken Hom himself USED to say, until he started making more money by selling cheap-ish non-stick woks! Although he does still flog steel ones too! (http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/shop/home_and_garden/cookware/107691921_ken_hom_27cm_carbon_steel_wok.html?hnav=4294966965 )As you say, the non stick coating (and boy have I tried a few, of ALL prices and qualities) just can't take the heat, especially with proper & serious cooking like is needed in frying and especially stir frying. My wok and main frying pan - both carbon steel are donkey's years old, and have seen off about a dozen or more non stick pans in the meantime! By doing ALL hard frying in a carbon steel pan, a ten quid non-stick frying pan has lasted me about a year and is still unmarked - if they are used for everything they deteriorate in just weeks.You don't even need to pay as much as £15 for one either... Chinese Supermarkets are a good source - different styles at low prices, prices go up if you have to order one for delivery though.



Yeah I only paid £15 because I had to have it delivered because of where I live, nearest city is 35 miles away and the nearer towns are carp* for shopping and expensive with no big chainstores or chinese supermarkets etc. Will never buy the cheap ones again and these carbon steel ones are great and don't take that much looking after either. All you have to remember is that when you wash them, dry them straight away and wipe some oil on the wok to stop it rusting.. so not rocket science is it, lol

For this price, I could not refuse to vote hot.

I had one of these and it left a circular mark on my induction hob's glass top. Took months of cleaning to fade away. Cold.

Bought one last week very good deal

had it 2 months

Non-Stick came off after 1 week...black paint now coming off and going into food after 6 weeks...

Its a nice shape, thats the only thing going for it. I suggest you buy a better one for a bit more money

dealsonmeals;7980509

You guys do know that you have to use a different sponge when washing non … You guys do know that you have to use a different sponge when washing non stick teflon coating? The usual sponges with the green scrubs will knacker the teflon coating and rub it off.



You don't need to use a different sponge - just don't use the scourer. But the non-stick coating on cheap pans is crap, stuff sticks to it so you are forced to use a scourer. Tefal manage to make pans that can withstand scourers anyway.

But non-stick woks are a silly idea. You can't get them hot enough without damaging the coating. Carbon steel all the way, £5-£10 at a Chinese supermarket.
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