Tefal Chef Delight Wok, Black, 28 cm £11.20 Prime £15.19 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Tefal Chef Delight Wok, Black, 28 cm £11.20 Prime £15.19 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 1st May
  • Titanium Pro coating that promises the most durable non-stick cooking performance which is metal utensil safe
  • Thermospot: lets consumer know when frying pan is at optimum temperature for cooking
  • Bakelite handle that provides a comfortable and secure grip - oven safe up to 175°C
  • PTFE Non-stick exterior - easy to clean
  • Thick anti-deformation base - even heat distribution suitable on all hobs including induction

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unknownorigin34 m ago

The chemicals these are coated with are very bad

Most of the food you cook in it will be very bad too.
Will this get me a chicken dinner?
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A non stick wok isn't a real wok! But it's handy!!
Ordered. Have some heat (gas, as induction isn't supported by this wok)
Should come in handy running through an open field to reach the next circle...
The_Pope22 m ago

Ordered. Have some heat (gas, as induction isn't supported by this wok)



Are you sure? At the bottom of the description it does specify that it is induction compatible

Anyway, heat added.
"Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available."


Still selling for £11.20, just have to wait for them to get stock. Heat added.
The chemicals these are coated with are very bad
The_Pope57 m ago

Ordered. Have some heat (gas, as induction isn't supported by this wok)


Taken from amazon

Electric_Stovetop_Compatible,Gas_Stovetop_Compatible,Induction_Stovetop_Compatible,Microwave-Safe
unknownorigin34 m ago

The chemicals these are coated with are very bad

Most of the food you cook in it will be very bad too.
waterloo44 m ago

Taken from amazon …Taken from amazon Electric_Stovetop_Compatible,Gas_Stovetop_Compatible,Induction_Stovetop_Compatible,Microwave-Safe


Anyone use in a big microwave
Will this get me a chicken dinner?
UberMitch8 m ago

Will this get me a chicken dinner?


Its not just me then. Every time I see a pan I think of PUBG. I think that I have a bit of an addiction.
Negative for PTFE . Known to cause cancer in birds. Very durable , It will survive after you die from this unnecessary french made death.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 1st May
I have one of this, and I need another one.
jiong8334 m ago

I have one of this, and I need another one.


How is your existing one? How much was it? Any good?
stec7738 m ago

How is your existing one? How much was it? Any good?


£18 from Wilkinson. cook everything with it. can't find a better one so far.
Prefer the cheap steel ones, seasoned. Last a long time and you don't end up eating the ptfe.
sam_of_london3 h, 51 m ago

Negative for PTFE . Known to cause cancer in birds. Very durable , It will …Negative for PTFE . Known to cause cancer in birds. Very durable , It will survive after you die from this unnecessary french made death.


Luckily, I'm not a bird.
sam_of_london13 h, 2 m ago

Negative for PTFE . Known to cause cancer in birds. Very durable , It will …Negative for PTFE . Known to cause cancer in birds. Very durable , It will survive after you die from this unnecessary french made death.



Well, the PTFE coating is only on the outside of the wok, so unless you spend time licking the outside of it you should be perfectly safe.

And I'm delighted to buy a product made by one of our partners in the EU.
Don't buy non-stick woks. Get a proper carbon steel one and learn how to use it (pan seasoning, cleaning and oiling after use). They cook better than these and once it's been properly seasoned it is better at the food not sticking. I went from a non-stick one to a carbon steel one and would never go back.

Something like this for a tenner on Prime would be better amazon.co.uk/Kit…031
BealBocht2 h, 28 m ago

Well, the PTFE coating is only on the outside of the wok, so unless you …Well, the PTFE coating is only on the outside of the wok, so unless you spend time licking the outside of it you should be perfectly safe.And I'm delighted to buy a product made by one of our partners in the EU.


I'd prefer one of our EU partners that isn't Tefal. They make absolute garbage.
Tesco have them for 'half price' at £18, I looked at this deal before I bought it and it was out of stock then too. Great pan though
UberMitch19 h, 46 m ago

Will this get me a chicken dinner?


Maybe... if you wear it on your back....
dannyblackbeard15 h, 56 m ago

Prefer the cheap steel ones, seasoned. Last a long time and you don't end …Prefer the cheap steel ones, seasoned. Last a long time and you don't end up eating the ptfe.



Its on the outside do you cook with it upside down ?
The one I ordered last night after it went out of stock has shipped already.
stuart19784 h, 5 m ago

The one I ordered last night after it went out of stock has shipped …The one I ordered last night after it went out of stock has shipped already.


I ordered before the heat, and was in stock. Expected delivery by 8pm tonight but no show. Now "expected 3 to 7 May" = not very Prime 😣
Perhaps it depends which warehouse you live near? Mine arrived this afternoon. Lovely thick base with "Tefal Induction Techology" written on it for those worrying about that. Bargain for £11.20
waterloo2nd May

Its on the outside do you cook with it upside down ?


That coating doesn't look like steel to me. Whatever coating it is, you'll end up eating it in your food eventually. Do what you like. I had these for years and they're very versatile. But, they always break down eventually. That's why I went with a steel one. Seasoned properly they'll last a long time.
I've got a revised arrival date of 15th May. Price now up to £18 on website. Thanks OP
Edited by: "meinnit" 12th May
dannyblackbeard6th May

That coating doesn't look like steel to me. Whatever coating it is, you'll …That coating doesn't look like steel to me. Whatever coating it is, you'll end up eating it in your food eventually. Do what you like. I had these for years and they're very versatile. But, they always break down eventually. That's why I went with a steel one. Seasoned properly they'll last a long time.


Sorry this may sound like a daft question but wot do you mean by ‘seasoning ‘ a pan ?
Cooking oil on a high in it, something with a high flash point like peanut oil, for extra penetration into the metal you can use a blow torch to heat instead of a home hob. It gives the pan a coating and works the same way non stick material does without the material. Just don't get detergent on it. Clean it with cold/hot water, nothing else. You can use bamboo to clean the more stubborn stains. The flavour from each meal adds to the season and keeps it non stick. I'd say most woks in commercial kitchens use this method. Look it up, plenty of 'how to's' on you tube.
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