This section includes a bunch of “How to’s” and some of my wok “Recipes”. A few of my recipes have “flopped” so you will never see those!
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!
Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to slow cook in a wok. Before diving into how you can slow cook in a wok, let's look at what is slow cooking.
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.
Here is another way to utilize your wok by making flat bread. This method of making flat bread on a wok is easy and fun at the same time. Enjoy!
Fried rice is simple to make using a wok if you follow a few simple rules. It is a great way to use up leftovers. Couple that with the rules on making fried rice, and you get a delicious meal.
If you are looking for a simple, and easy way to make stir-fry at home then look no further. Just prep your wok and let's go.
Both wooden or bamboo handles must be protected during the seasoning process in order to preserve the color and composition of the handles. If you follow these seasoning instructions you will preserve you wok handles.
Knowing how to season your wok is the first step necessary in learning how to use your wok. If you follow these instructions you will be able to season you wok the correct way.
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.
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Flat-bottomed woks are more stable on a flat surface than a round-bottomed wok.Flat-bottomed woks distribute heat to the bottom of the pan more evenly than round-bottomed woks, if used on a flat cooking surface.
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.
Cleaning rust off of your wok can appear to be a chanllanging task. However, if you follow these steps it will be as easy as pie!
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!