Sur La Table® Professional Nonstick Wok
Wok features a sturdy maple handle for easy, safe stirring and flipping and a flat bottom for even results on a variety of cooking surfaces. The nonstick surface makes it easy to cook with little to no oil for healthy, delicious meals that showcase the natural flavors of your ingredients.
- Manufacturer: Sur La Table
- Material: Steel, nonstick
- Care: Hand wash only in hot, soapy water. Towel dry immediately and lightly coat with cooking oil to prevent rusting. Do not use steel wool, oven cleaners, abrasive scouring pads or abrasive cleaners
- Special Instructions: Always add cooking oil or other liquid to the pan prior to heating. For use with wood, plastic or bamboo utensils only. When cooking at high temperatures, oil must be added to prevent burning and sticking
- Use: Suitable for gas, electric, ceramic and induction stovetops
- Dimensions: 14"
- Made in Taiwan
1 year ago
The construction is pretty good - big sturdy handle (a bit on the heavy side), a good body size of the wok itself. However, when I started using it, I began experiencing some issues...
(1) I have a ceramic cook top and you need to hold this as you cook; it will move around.
(2) I don't use anything other an wooden utensils with this, but I've noticed pretty bad scratches on the bottom. As a note, I also don't use it with anything over medium-high heat, just in case. I don't know what's causing the scratches when all that's been cooked in it is fried rice and vegetarian oyster omelettes. (We're vegetarian.)
(3) It's not quite non-stick; both my husband and I [hubby also cooks and he uses this more because he's better at Asian food] noticed that we still need to use a bit more oil to prevent the food from sticking and because of the scratches that somehow appeared, it's not helping.
(4) It's still not as big as we'd like, but I knew what I was buying so this aspect didn't affect my rating.
All in all, it's not bad, but it's far from the best. Or maybe the one we got was a dud? Either way, I wanted to love this! Now, I just use it when making things like fried rice. In short, it's not my go-to pan. I'm just worried that more cooking will render it useless with all the scratches it seems to be getting...
1 year ago
over 2 years ago
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