Wok Pan 12.5″ Woks and Stir Fry Pans with lid, Carbon Steel Wok with Cookware Accessories, Wok with Lid Suits for all Stoves(Flat Bottom Wok)
Product Description –
Wok Pan 12.5″ Woks and Stir Fry Pans
Wok Pan 12.5″ Woks and Stir Fry Pans
Spatula, chopsticks, and Loofah pot brush,give a one-stop shopping experience
Adopt nitriding craftsmanship to avoid rusting and No chemical coating
The handle is detachable. Unscrew it, you can season or cook in the oven
Stepped wooden Lid
After repeated experiments, the lid with steps can be better adapted to the wok
Pan With Lid Hand Hammered Carbon Steel Wok(Round Bottom) Hand Hammered Carbon Steel Wok(Flat Bottom) Hand Hammered Carbon Steel Wok(Round Bottom) Item Diameter 12.5 inch 12.6 inch 14 inch 13.4 inch 14 inch Material carbon steel carbon steel carbon steel carbon steel carbon steel Handle detachable wooden handle detachable wooden handle non-detachable wooden handle non-detachable wooden handle non-detachable wooden handle Has Nonstick Coating Bottom flat bottom flat bottom round bottom flat bottom round bottom
Welcome to join Bielmeier. Bielmeier is committed to providing you with cost-effective products for the kitchen and home. This product is equipped with many carefully selected accessories (pot lid, spatula, kitchen chopsticks, pot brush), We hope you like it. We also want to share some notes with you ：
1. It‘s not a non-stick pan, it will become more and more non-stick through your seasoning. You can find seasoned videos through YouTube.
2. After cooking, please move the food to other containers, because the salt and acid components in the food will penetrate the iron surface, which may affect the special treatment effect of the surface.
3. It needs to be cleaned in time, but the dishwasher cannot be used. Keep it dry after cleaning.
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|Has Nonstick Coating||
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21.5 x 12.5 x 3.75 inches
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Sarah Luong –
Great size wok and as long as you maintain the upkeep of it as directed it does work great. I’ve used it for noodles and fried rice no issues. Highly recommend this.
I’ve used these pans several times. They always seem to be owned by good cooks. The same pan is sold under dozens of different names. The only differentiating feature is the bracket that holds the handle and included accessories. The pans are all the same. Finally bought my own. Should have done so decades ago. They are a very versatile pan. Heat quickly, modulate quickly (unless you have an electric stove) and easy to clean. They are carbon steel. If you don’t take care of pans, you don’t want this pan. You have to clean it well, dry it well, keep it seasoned and knowing how to sauté helps. With care you’ll be rewarded with a pan that’s a pleasure to cook in. We own 3 $400 sauté pans. This $40 pan is a better pan for just about anything except searing a hunk of meat.
Keanna M Winston –
SUPER HEAVY AND NICE
Ron Buffington –
I use this wok everyday. Starting with breakfast and ending with dinner. It keeps a constant temperature and it’s a breeze to clean. Invest in a little time in the beginning to season it properly and you will love it as well!
This Wok is easily the nicest piece of cookware I own. Not only does it look nice, it’s built well too. It also comes with a wood cover which was a nice inclusion.So far I’ve used this thing twice. Once for deep frying and once for stir frying. Both times it worked excellently. I have not seen any hints of warping, burned finish, or any of the common issues I’ve run into with cheap stuff.It also comes with some goodies, like a wooden stirring spoon and what I consider to be a very interesting sponge. That sponge is a frickin workhorse man, and it’s practically self-cleaning. Never seen one like that before, at least not in America.
This is a solid carbon steel wok. I appreciate the extra accessories that come with it.
Tim Murphy –
We had an old wok that was worn out. I debated on spending money on a new wok but decided to give this a try. I’m glad I did. I’ve used it at least a half dozen times since I got it. I’ve stuck some food in it, but clean-up and re-seasoning was easy to do. The bamboo spatula works great when you pay attention, and once your meal is done the lid holds the heat in for people that want seconds. It’s very nice and well worth the money to me.
I’ve had quite a few woks, this is my favorite.Lightweight, easy to clean, cooks fast, and can go into the oven if needed.Great deal for the price.
This is a great Wok. I have used it every day this week trying out stir fry recipes. Do thoroughly clean the pan and the top to remove warehouse dust. It conducts heat rapidly so stick to Medium to Medium Low settings. The Wok was easy to clean and I found no discoloring on the outside. I’m happy with my purchase and highly recommend this Wok!
Jack Black –
Season iron wok prior to first use like you would any iron pan and this wok becomes a gem that is easy to clean. Instructions included recommend oil. I used olive oil and a little bacon fat (Granny insisted on bacon fat for iron skillets and Dutch ovens and she wasn’t wrong). We’ve been using it for 9 months and it’s my most versatile and my favorite pan. Quality wood handle and sturdy wooden lid just add to the cooking experience. Gets a lot of use and abuse and hangs by kitchen window on a Caribbean island. So, prep it with oil or oil/fat and it won’t rust. Follow instructions… if it doesn’t rust here, it shouldn’t rust anywhere. Use plenty of oil when cooking but it’s forgiving. If food gets burnt on the pan, just clean and Re coat with oil. This is one purchase you’ll enjoy for a long time.