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The Best wok for a glass or ceramic top is a flat-bottomed carbon steel wok. Review this article to see why.
Round-bottomed carbon steel and cast iron woks are the preferred woks that are used by professional chefs. Round-bottomed woks are made of carbon steel, cast iron or stainless steel.
The best carbon steel woks come from China. To make the perfect mirror finish, they use 12 processes and 36,000 times of hand-hammering. These woks are made in China by 100% craftsmen with over 30 years of experience each. It's a true work of art.
If you want to know how to make the Best popcorn in the world with your wok then follow these simple instructions. Egg not included!
Using the right oil for your stir-fry is the first step to a wonderful dish. No matter what oil you choose, try to use organic oil which does not have any GMO ingredients.
Here is a easy step-by-step tutorial on how to clean your cast iron wok. No special tools or dangerous cleaning chemicals are needed!
The best way to clean stuck-food on your wok is to use a plastic credit card to scrape off the food. By using this method, you will find that the credit card will conform to the sides of your wok and cause no damage to the patina.
Besides stir-frying, you will find your wok perfect for deep frying, stewing, steaming, braising, or even for the perfect bowl of popcorn! Yum...
This article is all about wok rings. Here are some of our favorite wok rings so you can get to cooking with your wok no matter what kind of stove you have.
Wok cooking typically uses a spatula. Whether sauteeing in a pan or cooking with a wok, spatulas make great tools to have on hand. See why spatulas can protect your wok.
Mandarin woks usually have only one long handle. This long handle is made of steel with a wooden or bamboo insert or can be without an insert. I also go over Cantonese and POW woks.