Cast Iron Wok (17.5-in.) by Mr. Bar-B-Q
Who says you can't enjoy your favorite stir-fry dish on the grill? Instead of cooking indoors, cook out using this wok. It's made of cast iron so it heats up evenly and stays hot for those flash-fry meals. Create an all-veggie dish or add something creative to the mix like barbecue chicken or marina... See complete description »
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Who says you can't enjoy your favorite stir-fry dish on the grill? Instead of cooking indoors, cook out using this wok. It's made of cast iron so it heats up evenly and stays hot for those flash-fry meals. Create an all-veggie dish or add something creative to the mix like barbecue chicken or marinated prawns. Two side handles are wide, offering enough room for grabbing even with cooking mitts on. Weighs approx. 12-lbs. Flat-bottomed, however not recommended for ceramic stove tops.
Wow, this is a beautiful wok. I have use this wok for many things and it cook perfectly (the way I want it) everytime. My friends saw and have ordered 2 more. Emerilware offers a similar wok but cost a lot more.
GREAT, GREAT CAST IRON. NOTHING BEATS A CAST IRON POT, ETC. FOR COOKING.
This Wok will hold enough to feed a small army, heavy duty, easy to clean and maintain heat well
The quality is definitely there for the cost. The only opinion I have that would be negative has nothing to do with the quality, design or use of this wok. The problem I am having is finding an accesory to use with it. I find this one to be far superior than others I've used.
After waiting a long time for shipping, I finally got this wok after coveting a friend's for a few months. He got his cast iron wok at an Asian market, but they didn't have any when I went, so I had to get online to find one.
I purchased it from cooking.com because of the price and size. Both impressed me. I have used it a few times and the wok does a great job of heating and maintaining the heat which are great properties of cast iron.
After using it the first time, I noticed that the glazing, paint or whatever the wok is coated with is starting to come off. Apparently it came off in the food, but I couldn't find it. I didn't notice it until I started cleaning the wok. My suspicion is that this is a food grade glaze and that it is okay. There have been no ill effects yet.
The wok cleaned easily. I will use it again to see if more of the glaze comes off and let you all know then.
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